Cory Visser

Cory Visser, of Long Beach, has been fishing for over 50 years. He has never had a boat of his own but is always there for captains who need a good crew. He is proud that he was once part of a crew that caught a Grand Slam of tuna on a one-day trip.

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May 11, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-05-11-12

by Cory Visser

Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
A Summary of local fishing from Santa Monica to Oceanside, including Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with fishing trips out of San Diego down to Baja, Mexico.

The weekend weather was very nice, with the water temps gradually increasing daily to reach the mid 60's, and consequently the fishing continued to improve. More White Seabass were caught at Catalina and a few along the coast to a whopping sixty pounds. Yellowtail remain scarce at Catalina, however, the Calico Bass fishing is much better. More Squid were located at both Catalina and San Clemente Island. Barracuda are moving up the coast and the question is: have they finally arrived in Long Beach? There were sightings on Thursday, yet none were hooked and landed.

Private boater Ron with friend James caught their limit of White Seabass on Saturday, 05-05-12, catching huge 50 and 60 pound fish:





The Charter Boat Options caught limits of White Seabass on their last two trips to Catalina over the weekend.





A number of Private boaters also got into the Catalina White Seabass action this week.

The Yellowtail in La Jolla returned in small quantities, along with a few White Seabass!

There were some decent counts of Yellowtail found at the Coronado Islands and south of South Island during the week, with high counts of 12 Yellowtail caught, along with a smattering of log size Barracuda.

Coronado Island Yellowtail caught on the Voyager, Sunday, 05-06-12:



The arrival of Barracuda locally will most likely be the primary focus this coming week. While local fishing continues to be excellent on Rockfishing, lots of Big Bocaccio, some huge Reds and some very large Lingcod are being caught, as well as lots of Sculpin. The warmer days have also improved the local Bass fishing.

There were more good evenings of Bass fishing on the Twilight runs.

Twilight fishing: The Native Sun fished on Sunday, 05-05-12, and caught 56 Sand Bass and 7 Sculpin. The Enterprise fished on Sunday, 05-05-12, as only 11 anglers caught 40 Sand Bass and 4 Sculpin. The Monte Carlo out of 22nd Street Landing also ran a trip on Sunday, 05-05-12, and caught 49 Sand Bass, 4 Rockfish and 9 Sculpin.

In Santa Monica Bay
The ¾ day boat Tradition ran a trip on Saturday, 05-05-12 and according Jackpot Jimmy; the light load of 11 anglers limited out on Rockfish and caught 5 Lingcod. Some pictures:














The 1/2 day boat Redondo Special ran a trip on Sunday, 05-05-12 and caught 88 Rockfish, 5 Sculpin and 2 Sole.

The ½ day boat New Del Mar caught 305 Rockfish, 1 big Lingcod and 115 Sand Dab on their Wednesday, 05-09-12 trip.

A picture of the big Lingcod caught on the New Del Mar Wednesday:



The ¾ day boat Spitfire caught 60 Rockfish and 110 Red Snapper on their Sunday, 05-06-12 trip.

Newport Beach and Dana Point.
The ¾ day boat Clemente ran a trip on Wednesday, 05-09-12 and caught 35 Calico Bass, 9 Sand Bass, 2 Sheephead and 5 Rockfish.

The ½ day boat Patriot out of Newport Landing ran a trip on Wednesday, 05-09-12 and caught 26 Calico Bass, 4 Sheephead, 42 Bocaccio, 20 Rockfish, 1 Lingcod and 5 Red Snapper.

The 3/4 day boat Freelance out of Davey's Locker found the Rockfish on the chew on their Wednesday, 05-09-12 trip, catching 10 Calico Bass, 12 Whitefish, 24 Bocaccio, 103 Rockfish, 1 Black Sea Bass released, 10 Perch and 87 Red Snapper.


Long Beach and San Pedro
Private boater Dat fished with his Dad on Sunday, 05-06-12 out of Long Beach. They fished in Dat's favorite Red Hole and they were on the chew. Some pictures:





The Enterprise fished on Sunday, 05-06-12, as 23 anglers caught 46 Bocaccio, (limits), 150 Rockfish, 115 Sculpin and 30 Red Snapper.

The ¾ day boat Sport King out of LA Harbor fished on Thursday, 05-03-12, as 8 anglers caught 1 Whitefish, 16 Bocaccio, (limits), 28 Rockfish, 5 Sculpin and 45 Red Snapper.

The 1/2 day boat Monte Carlo out of 22nd Street Landing ran a trip on Sunday, 05-06-12 and caught 97 Rockfish, 62 Sculpin and 4 Red Snapper.

The 1/2 day boat Matt Walsh out of LA Harbor ran a trip on Wednesday, 05-09-12 and caught 1 Calico Bass, 18 Bocaccio, 29 Rockfish, 3 Sculpin and 11 Red Snapper.


The Islands


Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!
Charter Captain Jaime for Seasons Sport Fishing ran a trip to the Island on Saturday, 05-05-12 and caught another White Seabass.

Private boater Bob fished the Island on Saturday evening and at grey light, Sunday morning, 05-06-12, the crew of seven caught limits of White Seabass in 30 minutes, as they left them biting. Some pictures:



The Pursuit out of 22nd St. Landing, ran to the Island on Saturday, 05-04-12, with 31 anglers catching 25 Sheephead, 95 Whitefish, 62 Bocaccio, (limits), 95 Rockfish, 4 Sculpin, 110 Perch, 2 Sargo and 25 Red Snapper.
The Fury out of Dana Wharf fished on Monday, 05-07-12 with 11 anglers catching 94 Calico Bass, 2 Sheephead and 3 Rockfish.

San Clemente Island!
Angler Pam fished on the Sport Boat Pacific Star over the weekend and they caught a nice variety of fish, including Rockfish, Lingcod, Sheephead and Whitefish. They never made any squid and saw no exotics. Some pictures:





The Thunderbird ran to the Island on Sunday, 05-06-12 and caught 46 Sheephead, 226 Whitefish, 62 Bocaccio, 251 Rockfish, 2 Lingcod and 13 Sculpin.
The Freedom out of 22nd St. Landing ran to the Island on Sunday, 05-06-12, and caught 4 Calico Bass, 76 Sheephead, 112 Whitefish, 34 Bocaccio, 246 Rockfish, 3 Lingcod, 36 Sculpin, 14 Perch, 27 Red Snapper and 2 Cabazon.
The Big Game 90 fished the Island on a 2-day trip that returned on Sunday, 05-06-12, with a couple of Yellowtail, lots of Reds, Lingcod and assorted Rockfish. Some pictures:



Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!

Richard with a nice Halibut caught in the Surf:


The ¾ day boat San Diego out of Seaforth Landing caught these Yellowtail on Sunday, 05-06-12, pictures courtesy of angler Debi:













The Tuna Jihad team won the SWYC bottom fishing tournament with a bunch of Big Bocaccio, they also caught a few nice Lingcod to 21.7 pounds, plus some big Reds: Pictures courtesy of Mike, who caught the big Lingcod:









All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather
The weather forecast for Saturday looks excellent, and on Sunday it appears to be a bit breezy. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory

April 06, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-04-06-12

by Cory Visser

Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
A Summary of local fishing from Santa Monica to Oceanside, including Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with fishing trips out of San Diego down to Baja, Mexico.

With decent weather forecasted on Saturday, 03-30-12, followed by a storm front on Sunday, which arrived as scheduled, everyone scrambled to get out on Saturday and scratch their fishing itch.

I left Friday evening on the Aztec for a 1.5 day trip down the coast of Baja, one of three boats that ventured down as far as Colonet. The Pacific Voyager and Voyager were the other boats in the area. Captain Mikey on the Aztec knew that a good trip required a good morning of fishing as the winds leading the storm front were scheduled to arrive by noon. Fortunately the winds held off until 2pm, which provided ample time to get the job done. Due to a ripping current and constantly changing condition, the morning bite was a slow pick. You had to work hard at it, yet those that had experience finished with limits of Reds, assorted other Rockfish, and a few nice Lingcod each. A couple of pictures:




After the Voyager limited out on Rockfish on Saturday on the first of a 2-day trip, they fished the shallows on Sunday. Jackpot was this 15 pound Sheephead:


Since opening day of the Rockfish season, March 1st, most everyone has been targeting Reds and Lingcod, with Bass fishing very slow due to cold and dirty water. For the most part it has been an excellent month of Rockfishing in between storms. Occasionally being targeted are Halibut, and there have been some dandy catches on these tasty fish.

Twilight fishing: The Slammer out of Redondo Sportfishing ran a trip on Saturday, 3-31-12, with 3 anglers catching 20 Sand Bass. Both the Freelance and Western Pride out of Davey's Locker ran twilight trips on Saturday, 3-31-12, and both had excellent Sculpin fishing to go along with some Sand Bass and assorted Rockfish.

In Santa Monica Bay
The ¾ day Tradition ran a trip on Saturday, 03-31-12 and according to Jackpot Jimmy the fishing was excellent, limits of Jumbo Bocaccio, some Reds, and assorted other Rockfish. Some pictures:

















Private boater Vince fished on Saturday, 03-31-12 with friend Jason. They slammed the Bass and added a nice Halibut.





The ½ day boat New Del Mar caught 78 Rockfish and 110 Sculpin on their Tuesday, 04-03-12 trip.

The ¾ day boat Spitfire loads up on the Rockfish on Wednesday, 04-04-12, catching 90 Rockfish and 180 Red Snapper for 34 anglers.

Newport Beach and Dana Point.
The ½ day boat Patriot out of Newport Landing ran a trip on Monday, 04-02-12 and caught 68 Bocaccio, 287 Rockfish and 8 Red Snapper.

The 3/4 day boat Freelance out of Davey's Locker found the Rockfish on the chew on their Monday, 04-02-12 trip, catching 2 Sheephead, 12 Whitefish, 29 Bocaccio, 75 Rockfish, 2 Sculpin, 6 Perch and 78 Red Snapper:

Long Beach and San Pedro
Private boater Jim fished on Wednesday, 04-04-12 and found the Big Reds on the chew. Some pictures:





Private boater Clifford fished with a friend out of Long Beach and caught this 19 pound Halibut, and some dandy Sculpin:







Charter Master Captain Jaime on his boat the Seasons took a group out on Saturday, 03-31-12 and found the local Reds on the chew:







Private boater Ron took his new boat with friends out to the Long Beach Wall, Wednesday, 04-04-12 evening and found some Calico Bass on the chew:




The Enterprise fished on Wednesday, 04-04-12, as 19 anglers caught 1 Sheephead, 108 Rockfish, 49 Sculpin, 200 Sand Dab and 52 Red Snapper.

The ¾ day boat Sport King out of LA Harbor fished on Wednesday, 04-04-12, as 19 anglers caught 6 Sheephead, 35 Whitefish, 15 Bocaccio, 40 Rockfish and 105 Sculpin.

The 1/2 day boat Monte Carlo out of 22nd Street Landing ran a trip on Monday, 04-02-12 and caught 225 Rockfish, 44 Sculpin and 5 Red Snapper.

The 1/2 day boat Matt Walsh out of LA Harbor caught 18 Bocaccio, (limits), 30 Rockfish and 11 Red Snapper for only 9 anglers on their Monday, 04-02-12, trip.

The 1/2 day boat Native Sun on their Tuesday, 04-03-12 morning trip, as they caught 60 Rockfish, 1 Sculpin and 28 Red Snapper.

Japan Ron fished the ¾ day Victory out of Pierpoint Landing on Wednesday, 04-04-12 and limited out on the Bocaccio and other Rockfish, a Jackpot was a large Bocaccio.. Some pictures:









The Islands


Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!
The Pursuit out of 22nd St. Landing, ran to the Island on Wednesday, 04-04-12, with 70 anglers catching 1 Calico Bass, 16 Sheephead, 131 Whitefish, 305 Rockfish, 19 Sculpin, 103 Perch and 5 Red Snapper.

San Clemente Island!
The Thunderbird ran to the Island on Saturday, 03-31-12 and caught 3 Sheephead, 50 Whitefish, 18 Bocaccio, (limits), 31 Rockfish and 41 Red Snapper for only 9 anglers.

The Freedom out of 22nd St. Landing is running trips during the week and on Saturdays to San Clemente where they have been catching lots of Reds, some Lingcod and assorted Rockfish. Then they head to San Nicolas on an extended day trip on Sunday's.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!
Charter Master Captain Rod on his boat the Sweet Teresa ran a Halibut charter on Saturday, 03-30-12 and found a couple of big Halibut on the chew:







The ½ day boat Dolphin caught a load of Reds, Thursday, 04-05-12:



Private boater and Charter Master, Captain Louie, didn't find the Yellowtail on their Tuesday, 04-03-12 trip; however, the Lingcod were definitely on the chew:







All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather
The weather forecast for the weekend is mixed with fierce winds today and tonight, breezy offshore in the morning, and decent locally for Saturday and breezy for most of Sunday? Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.

Hope everyone has a grand Easter weekend.
Hook Up,
Cory

February 10, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-02-10-12

by Cory Visser


Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
For local fishing in the Santa Monica, Long Beach, Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with trips out of San Diego and Baja, Mexico.
Hot news! Local White Seabass on the prowl. Private boater Dan shows off his personal best and BAC Club record 68 pound White Seabass caught Sunday, 02-05-12 out of Newport Beach:



The rumors have been silently passed around that the Sea Biscuits have shown up chasing the local live squid schools, and it appears the rumors are now confirmed!

Halibut continue to put on a great show this winter, as more private boaters have scored on the big Butts! For example private boater Rick fished out of Oceanside with friends Friday, 02-03-12, and his best buddy caught a 41 pound Halibut, and later in the day they added a 12 pound Halibut:



Private boater Dean, fished out of Long Beach with friend John and they had a successful day catching several keeper Halibut to 10 pounds, and releasing a few shorts. John with his 10 pounder:



Yellowtail go off at La Jolla, as the ½ day boat New Seaforth catches 2 Yellowtail on Saturday and 4 on Sunday. Here is a picture of Saturday's catch with a big Halibut to boot:



With great weather forecasted over the weekend, a number of boats out of San Diego ran 1.5-day or longer trips down to Colonet and other points south last weekend.

The Indian was again on the fish in flat calm seas, limiting out early on big Reds. So they moved into the shallows and targeted Lingcod, Whitefish and Sheephead. A few pictures of the trip:









There are a bunch of boats scheduling 2 to 3 day trips next weekend which is a Holiday weekend with Monday, 02-20-12 being President's day. I'm scheduled on the 2.5 day Aztec trip leaving Friday evening, 02-17-12 out of Seaforth Landing in Mission Bay at 5pm, returning Monday morning. Come join me!

We will be fishing Sat and Sun 2/18-19th returning mid morning 2/20-President's Day. This is a Limited Load 2.5 Day San Martin/Mexican Coast Freelance trip with an early departure of 5PM Friday 2/17. A great way to take advantage of the holiday weekend this trip will fish the Mexican Coast targeting early season Yellowtail, as well as mixed bag fishing from shallow water Sheephead and bass, to deep water Rockfish and Lingcod to fill up the freezer. Feel free to call with any questions regarding trip or tackle info. Captain Mikey 619-818-5664. This Trip Is A GO with 5 Spots Open and Limited to Only 22.

For Rockfish fishing it is all about Mexico until March 1st.

Charter Master Louie made a trip out of Ensenada on Friday, 02-03-12, with several friends, finding a big school of Yellowtail under the birds. Jose managed to catch a Yellowtail using the Yo Yo Iron. The Yellowtail were constantly on the move and quickly sunk out. So they targeted assorted Rockfish and did well, yet the bigger Reds and Lingcod were not on the chew.

Jose with his 26 pound Yellowtail:



The local boats are doing well on catching Sculpin in the morning, with afternoon fishing concentrated on finding Bass on the structure. The Bass fishing has picked up lately, with some excellent catches being made during ideal conditions.

Twilight fishing: The Slammer out of Redondo Sportfishing ran a trip on Sunday, 2-05-12, with 4 anglers catching 40 Sand Bass, (limits), 1 Lobster, 51 Rock Crab and 3 Spider Crab.

In Santa Monica Bay
Private boater Robert fished Sunday, 1-29-12 with friend Juan out of Santa Monica Bay targeting Halibut, Some pictures:

The Tradition ran ¾ day trips over the weekend, catching some dandy mixed Calico and Sand Bass, with limits of Sculpin caught in the morning. Some pictures from Jackpot Jimmy's trip on Saturday, 02-04-12:

Ray with a combo on the Bass:



Carlos with the Jackpot Sand Bass and his younger brother:



Jackpot Jimmy with some decent Sand Bass:



Others with good Bass'n!





The ½ day boat New Del Mar continues to have great success targeting Bass and Sculpin. The New Del Mar caught 15 Calico Bass, 19 Sand Bass and 275 Sculpin (limits) on their Sunday, 02-05-12 trip.

The New Del Mar carried a light load of anglers on Wednesday, 02-08-12 and caught 78 mixed Bass and 93 Sculpin.

Newport Beach and Dana Point.
Private boater Travis fished with friends on Monday, 02-06-12, and caught several Halibut:





Private boater Makowish, also fished on Monday, 02-06-12, and caught a very nice sized Halibut:



The ½ day boat Clemente out of Dana Point on Sunday, 02-05-12 and caught 4 Halibut, 22 Sand Bass and 11 Sculpin.

Long Beach and San Pedro
The 1/2day boat City of Long Beach had a good trip for Sand Bass on their Wednesday, 02-08-12 trip, catching 66 Sand Bass and 3 Sculpin for only ten anglers.

The ½ day boat San Pedro Special caught 2 Halibut, 63 Calico Bass, 16 Sand Bass and 36 Perch, on their Sunday, 02-05-12 trip.

The ¾ day boat Sea Angler out of 22nd Street Landing ran a trip on Saturday, 02-04-12 and continues to slam the Sand Dabs, catching over 4200!

The 1/2 day boat Matt Walsh out of LA Harbor caught 56 Calico Bass, 4 Sand Bass and 4 Sculpin for only 8 anglers on their Thursday, 02-09-12 trip, that's 7.5 Bass average per angler.


The Islands


Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!
The Pursuit out of 22nd Street Landing ran a full day trip on Saturday, 02-04-12 and caught 1 Calico Bass, 1 Sculpin and 225 Perch.
San Clemente Island!
No reports this week.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!

Other than the trips to Colonet and the few Yellowtail being caught, it is very quiet.

No fishing on the Indian on Wednesday, as they cancelled due to low reservations and poor weather.
All comments and suggestions welcomed!

Weather
The weather forecast for the weekend looks breezy in many areas for both Saturday and Sunday, darn? Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock.
Hook Up,
Cory

February 03, 2012

Tunaslam Corner-02-03-12

by Cory Visser



Thursday Recap Report-Weekend Possibilities:
For local fishing in the Santa Monica, Long Beach, Catalina and San Clemente Islands, with trips out of San Diego and Baja, Mexico.

Although the original weather forecast was decent for the weekend, winds came up with a vengeance Friday evening and stayed around until noon on Saturday then backed off, and it turned beautiful well into Sunday.

A number of boats out of San Diego ran 1.5-day or longer trips down to Colonet and other points south last weekend. I was fortunate enough to fish on the 1.5-day trip on the Aztec out of Seaforth Landing in Mission Bay, which left Friday night, 01-27-12 at 6:30 pm. It was a bumpy ride down the coast with the offshore Santa Ana's pounding the surf until a little after midnight. It was smooth sailing the rest of the way to Colonet, although when the wind died the fog moved in. At day break, the fog began to lift and winds began to howl. The winds started at 10 to 12 knots and were over 20 knots by 9am. Our first couple of drifts produced big Reds and the Jackpot Lingcod, about 10 pounds. It was literally unfishable until noon, where 3 pound weights would not hold bottom for more than a few seconds. Afternoon fishing was much better and those that fished hard caught limits of Reds, Whitefish and assorted other Rockfish.

Joining us in the area were the Indian, and the Fortune, with perhaps a few others. The Voyager cancelled their scheduled 2.5-day trip due to the weather change. Here are some pictures from the Indian trip which landed full limits of Reds and 21 Lingcod for all aboard:













The Fortune was another one of the boats to run a 1.5-day trip over the weekend and they did well. Some pictures courtesy of Jim:



Jackpot weigh in of Lingcod:


Pulling fish out of the hold for filleting:


For Rockfish fishing it is all about Mexico until March 1st.

Charter Master Louie made a trip out of Ensenada over the weekend a found one school of Yellowtail under the birds. Louie managed to catch a 24 pounder after a great fight. They also caught Lingcod, Reds and other assorted bottom fish. Louie with his Yellowtail and a Lingcod:





The local boats are finding it difficult to get enough passengers to run trips, with many cancellations, and those that are running with very light loads are most likely run at a loss. Sculpin are still the primary targeted fish, with afternoon fishing concentrated on finding Bass on the structure. When the conditions are right the Bass come out to play, mainly using live, or fresh frozen squid. The best setup has been a Lead Head with whole or cut squid. Also a sliding sinker setup has been getting the job done.

Twilight fishing: The Slammer out of Redondo Sportfishing ran a trip on Monday, 1-30-12, with 4 anglers catching 1 Calico Bass, 22 Sand Bass, 4 Lobster, 38 Rock Crab and 8 Spider Crab.

In Santa Monica Bay
Private boater Robert fished Sunday, 1-29-12 with friend Juan out of Santa Monica Bay targeting Halibut, Some pictures:

The Tradition ran ¾ day trips over the weekend, catching some dandy Bass and Sculpin. Some pictures from Jackpot Jimmy's trip on Saturday, 01-28-12:







The ½ day boat New Del Mar continues to have great success targeting Bass and Sculpin. The New Del Mar caught 1 Halibut, 22 Calico Bass, 51 Sand Bass and 125 Sculpin on their Thursday, 02-02-12 trip.

Newport Beach and Dana Point.
Greg and friend Mark fished the ½ day boat Clemente out of Dana Point on Monday, 01-30-12 and caught some nice Sculpin, plus Mark caught the Jackpot Halibut a 17 pounder:



The Thunderbird ran a 3/4 day trip on Sunday, 01-29-12, catching 1 Sand Bass, 106 Sculpin, 55 Perch and 100 Sand Dab.

Long Beach and San Pedro
Private boater Lal fished with friend Richie on Tuesday, 01-31-12, and both caught mixed Sand and Calico Bass to 3 pounds, plus a bunch of Sculpin and Rockfish. Some fish were kept for Tacos.

Private boater Gary fished with friends Saturday, 01-28-12 and once again found the Halibut in the chew. They caught three Halibut to 23 pounds. Some pictures:

Justin with the jackpot 23 pounder:


Gary with a dandy Butt:




Private boater Dan fished with friends Sunday, 01-29-12 and caught some nice Sand Bass:





Pam fished on the ½ day boat Westerly Monday, 01-30-12. they caught a bunch of Sand Bass and some Sculpin, plus Manual caught his first ever Halibut an 8 pounder:



The rest of the gang with Sand Bass:



The ¾ day boat Enterprise had a good trip for Sand Bass plus lots of Sculpin for their Sunday, 01-29-12 trip, catching 69 Sand Bass, 58 Sculpin, 138 Perch and 1 Sargo.

The ½ day boat San Pedro Special caught 41 Sand Bass and 22 Sculpin, on their Monday, 01-30-12 trip.

The ¾ day boat Sea Angler out of 22nd Street Landing ran a trip on Monday, 01-30-12 and continues to slam the Sand Dabs, catching over 3300!

The ¾ day boat Sport King out of LA Harbor caught 55 Calico Bass, 15 Sand Bass, and 10 Sculpin for only 9 anglers on their Tuesday, 01-31-12 trip.

Japan Ron sent me some photos from his 3/4 day trip on the Victory, Wednesday, 02-01-12 with a light load of 9 anglers catching an assortment of Bass and Sculpin.





The Islands

Catalina/Santa Barbara Island!
No reports this week.

San Clemente Island!
No reports this week.

Down South-San Diego and good ole Mexico!Charter Master Jamie of seasons Sportfishing made a trip out of San Diego over the weekend and found the south of the border Reds were on a serious chew! Some pictures:




Private boater Mike fished with his Dad on Monday, 01-30-12 south of the border at the 9 mile bank and caught limits of Rockfish:

No fishing on the Indian on Wednesday, as they cancelled due to low reservations. I believe the extra cost and hassles with the new Mexican Visas are killing the industry on the shorter trips, especially the ¾ day boats wanting to fish Mexico for Rockfish.
Terry fishing on a Panga out of San Quintin caught this enormous Sheephead:

All comments and suggestions welcomed!
Weather
The weather forecast for the weekend looks good for both Saturday and Sunday. Always check the latest forecast before leaving the dock!
Hook Up,
Cory
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