by Royal Polaris Crew
(619) 226-8030

 Our morning started out with a good breakfast, then Roy went into action.  Roy gave a seminar on Wahoo fishing, leaders to have for the trip.  With this group doesn’t have much to do as far as tackle, but we do have a few new comers, and they got one on one help from the crew.  Many fish stories were told today, with some being fish stories, if you know what I mean.  The weather is a bit like a roller-coaster today, with 18 to 25 knots of wind out of the northwest.  I would not want to be going home in this weather.

Some passengers enjoy the eclipse last night (The Blood Mood).  After dinner tonight, most passenger are going to watch the Lakers of Los Angles take on the Warriors of the bay.  So until tomorrow, wish us luck.

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Royal Polaris

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

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