Royal Polaris Fishing Report

by Royal Polaris Crew
(619) 226-8030

Hello everyone;

Well after a bumpy ride last night, the wind backed off, and it was easy going from there. To our surprise, around lunch time, the call of Bluefin tuna was heard throughout the boat. The Bluefin were in the 20 to 60-pound range, and we did have a couple of anglers get their daily limit.

We didn’t have much bait, and once the bait was gone, so were the Bluefin and our last day of fishing.

We will arrive to Fisherman’s landing at 0600 hours. Tonight’s dinner was a New York strip, with baked potatoes, and brussels sprouts. We all had a great time and look forward to our next trip, the Jerry Brown Open. So until next time, good luck and good fishing.

Team R/p.

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Royal Polaris

Captains Frank LoPreste & Roy Rose & Jonathan Yamate
Fisherman's Landing
San Diego, CA

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