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Boat Reports
Moving South (091812)
Hi everyone;

Weather continues to be sensational. Fishing is still on the slow side. We caught 34 Yellowfin tuna today. 21 of them were 35 to 50 pounds. The others were 8 to 13 pounds.

We are working south and hoping for some better fishing tomorrow. The R/p crew.

P.S. John says hi to his lovely wife, Gloria and 2 beautiful kids Janelle and Miles. The fathers day rod is a blessing. Love you.

P.S.S. Kelly sends bundles of love to Doreen and Kelly.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"





















 
Slow Day (091712)
Hi folks;

Weather was beautiful today, however the fish were not cooperative. We had 5 Bluefin in the 18 to 25 pound class, 20 Yellowfin tuna (small) and a few Dorado. We are now traveling south hoping for a better day tomorrow.

We would like to give a special thanks to Accurate reels and Jack Nilsen for the great gifts for our passengers and great prizes for largest fish for each day of fishing. Thanks again Accurate Jack. The R/p crew.

P.S. Happy Birthday to Hailey from grandpa.

P.P.S. Grandpa won a fishing rod provided by Accurate reels for catching the largest Bluefin of the day.











 
First Day Bites On Accurate (091512)
Hi folks;

We departed Fishermans landing at 09:55 hours and cleared Point Loma at 11:45 hours after loading bait.

We started fishing at 17:454 hours and found one kelp about 19:00 hours and got a few fish. We caught 8 Dorado, 2 Yellowfin tuna, and 3 Bluefin tuna. We will travel for a while tonight and hope for a good day on the Bluefin tomorrow. Wish us luck and hopefully we will have some good photos tomorrow. The R/p crew (Frank, Dharyl, Eddie, Jonathan, Chris, Evan, Anthony, and James).

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Nakaki-Tsujiuchi 8 day (9-15-12)
BAM!,
Royal Polaris finished our trip with a bang. The game was coming to an end, in the bottom of the ninth inning, we hit a homer with some dandy Dorado and a few bigger grade Yellowfin Tuna. Our people are stoked and very happy as is the whole R.P. crew. Thank you Bill Nakaki and the whole gang for coming out this trip. We had excellent fishing, fine weather and great passengers, hope to see you all again pronto! Adios!











 
Nakaki- Tsujiuchi (9-14-12)
Ahoy,
Today we continued our tremendous fishing adventure with limit style fishing for Yellowtail and Yellowfin Tuna. It started in the morning with 22-28 pound Yellowtail and a few quality Calico Bass. The rest of the day was about Yellowfin Tuna and Dorado. The tuna averaged 15-18 pounds with quite a few 22-25 pounders and some even bigger. The weather was breezy, overcast and a little bumpy. Tomorrow we will finish the trip by targeting other species. Thanks again to Owner hooks, Fishermans Processing and AFTCO for their support this charter.
P.S. Don Morita wants to send a shout out to his buddies and they should meet the boat when we get in.

















 
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