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Charkbait 6 day Spectacular 9/21/14
Hello Fishers,
         Royal Polaris Crew (Captain Roy Rose, Captains Ben Amboy, Deron Kochis, Chris Garcia, Engineer Eddie Felarca, Deckhand Julio Ortiz, Chefs Kenny Kato and John Smith) enjoyed serving up a Fantastic day of Yellowtail fishing. It was sunny, windy and choppy. Our Charkbaiters nailed the 14-16 and 18-25 pound fish all day long. The folks aboard are beat, the galley smells like a crazy mixture of tiger balm, bengay and beef short ribs! Our adventure continues tomorrow from points south so stay tuned for more exciting action. Thanks
















 
Tough Day Of Fishing (091914)
Hello everyone;  Not much to report from our efforts of today.  The only good thing about today, was the weather, it has improved, and that's a plus.  Some of the other boats did great, but it was our day to be the low boat.  It doesn't happen to often, but it dose happen. 

But tomorrow another day, and we will arrive to our landing around 06:00, and do a quick turn around for our next trip.  So until next time, good luck and good fishing.  The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Another Tough Day (091814)
Hello everyone;  Some times you say to yourself, things can only get better.  Well things did get a little better for us, but not that much better.  We had another tough day of fishing, we did catch more fish than yesterday, but by means, it was not a barn burner. 

But not to worry, we still have a full day of fishing, and we are hoping for something good to happen tomorrow.  We will make a short move in the early morning hours, and we will give a mid-day update.  So wish us luck, the R/p crew.

"Still Searching"














 
Another Tough Day (091814)
Hello everyone;  Some times you say to yourself, things can only get better.  Well things did get a little better for us, but not that much better.  We had another tough day of fishing, we did catch more fish than yesterday, but by means, it was not a barn burner. 

But not to worry, we still have a full day of fishing, and we are hoping for something good to happen tomorrow.  We will make a short move in the early morning hours, and we will give a mid-day update.  So wish us luck, the R/p crew.

"Still Searching"














 
Tough Day For All (091614)
Hello everyone;  We mother nature lets us know that she is still in charge.  We arrived to our destination around 05:00 hours.  At sunrise, we started looking, and the wind had come up just a bit.  Around 07:00 hours, the Navy came on channel 16 and told all the boats they had to leave the area we were all fishing in for live fire.  We departed the area, and nothing went right from there.  We searched near and far for fish, and when I say it was tough, it was very tough.  The wind picked up to about 25 knots, and searching was very tough.  But by 17:00, we did find a few fish that did bite for us.  We didn't land very many, but it was a team effort.

Once the sun set, we pulled into a nice cove and anchored for the night.  We are hoping the wind will blow it self out tonight, so that we may have a safe day of fishing.  So not much more to report, just hoping for a windless day tomorrow.  Wish us luck, the R/p crew.

"Hiding From The Wind"






 
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