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Off to the Bluefin grounds (062112)
Hi folks;

Weather today was quite mild in the lee of the island with a bit of breeze at the south end. We caught a bunch of Yellowtail today along with 10 Halibut.

We will be fishing offshore tomorrow, so wish us luck and hopefully we will find a school of Bluefin that wants to bite. Enjoy the photos. The R/p crew.

P.S. We have 5 openings on the Taka's tackle 6 day trip July 26th. This is an excellent group to fish with as a good time is had by all.

"BeNt Rods 4 LiFe"
 
Windy (062012)
Hi folks;

We spent most of the day traveling. Weather was windy, but our ride was actually quite comfortable. We picked up 23 Yellowtail at Cedros today in the late afternoon along with 1 small Halibut.

We are spending a very peaceful, quite night in the lee of Cedros. Dinner tonight was sensational. It was Yellowtail lightly browned with a seasoned Mass flour, then wrapped in a corn tortilla, topped with a Veracruz sauce, with onions, and then baked until done. It was sensational. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"









 
Up & Down Weather (061912)
Hi folks;

Rough weather, but good fishing. Limits of nice Yellowtail and 3 Yellowfin tuna. Enjoy the photos. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"



















 
Yellowtail Bite (061812)
Hi folks;

Weather was quite choppy and breezy throughout the day. Our group however had a wonderful day of fishing catching daily limits of Yellowtail from 20 to 38 pounds. They caught them on fly line baits, on the iron, and with a sliding 2 oz sinkers, and we can't forget the dropper-loop rig. We also had 4 Yellowfin tuna in the 35 to 50 pound class. Enjoy the photos. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"















 
Bluefin Bite (061712)
Hi everyone;

Weather today was beautiful, flat calm, and glassy. We found 2 school of Bluefin the first of which we landed 29 Bluefin in the 22 to 32 pound range. This was a good school and was stacked under the boat when a school of 5 pound Yellowtail found us and make it impossible to fish any longer. Luckily about an hour later we found another school and we caught 28 more in the same size range.

By noon we made the decision to head south as action in the area was quite slow. Enjoy the photos. The R/p crew.

P.S. The crew of the Royal Polaris wishes all a Happy Fathers Day.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

















 
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