Saturday Bluefin and Yellowtail update
by Seaforth Staff
The SAN DIEGO wrapped up their full day trip Saturday May 11th with 1 Bluefin Tuna weighing 140 pounds!. It was not for lack of effort, as there was plenty of opportunity. These trips are favoring the quality over the quantity, so please be sure to come prepared with the proper gear. The 250g Flatfalls have been the most effective, but that can change quickly. Captain Ryan wants you to be prepared for multiple fishing styles, because these fish have been very unpredictable. He is suggesting a 25# outfit for fishing the kelp, a 40# outfit for flylining, and a 50-60# rig for fishing either the Flatfalls or sinker rig. For those of you that do not have two speed reels, Seaforth offers a full lineup of rental gear including Shimano Talicas, Penn Fathoms and Shimano TLDs. All of our reels have spectra backing and are paired with custom wrapped rods! The SAN DIEGO will be running offshore full day trips at least through Sunday may 19th. No passport required.
The NEW SEAFORTH's afternoon 1/2 day trip yesterday boated 18 Yellowtail (12-35 pounds) and 1 Lingcod. The Yellows were biting surface jigs, yo-yo'd jigs, fly-lined sardines and dropper looped sardines. Departures are at 6:00am and 12:30pm.
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The TRIBUTE checked in midday Saturday with 10 Bluefin tuna on deck with multiple fish hanging. They have another 1.5 day departing Sunday at 7:00pm. This trip is a definite run! The AZTEC returned from their 1.5 day trip Saturday morning with 125 yellowtail! The SAN DIEGO wrapped up their full day trip Friday May 10th with 7 Bluefin Tuna from 70 to 85 pounds.The 250g Flatfalls have been the most effective, but that can change quickly. Captain Ryan...... Read More
Seaforth Landing Reportsfor Friday, May 10th
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