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It's Good To Go (032212)
Well hello again;

Weather here was absolutely beautiful. Little drizzle in the morning. Lots of beautiful clouds and a 7 to 8 knot breeze along with enough sunshine to keep a good tan.

23 Yellowfin tuna and 3 Wahoo today. 84 year old Bob Garber landed a 203 pound Yellowfin tuna with no assistance. Joe Amagrande a 223 on a skipjack, Jack Preston the golden boy landed a 216 and 220 pound Yellowfin tuna. We had to quite a few at 165 to 195 pounds. Steve Chambless landed a 192 pound Yellowfin, his largest for the trip. Enjoy the photos. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

Looking Good =;{) (032112)
Hi Royal Polaris fans;

Weather this morning was a little breezy with light rain followed by calm seas and a beautiful rainbow. It was sunny for most of the afternoon.

Fishing was slow in the morning. A couple of 175's and a couple of 130's. We literally caught nothing from 08:00 hours to 15:00 hours. The afternoon was good fishing on quality fish with most being in the 140 to 180 pound range. Steve Emmert landed a 213 pound Yellowfin tuna, and Jack Preston a 206 pound Yellowfin tuna. Enjoy Big D's photos and hopefully we will have a good report tomorrow. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LIFe"

Keep Those Cards And Letters Coming (032012)
Hi everyone;

Our weather today fluctuated throughout the day. Wind varied from 10 to 22 knots. Mostly overcast with a little tiny bit of rain and we even had a few hours of sunshine.

Fishing today was not as good as previous days but still would be considered descent fishing. Sam Lewis had the big fish of the day at 246 pounds. Jonathan Yamate kept himself busy in the early morning catching skipjack for our customers on a banana jig. He got his biggest Yellowfin ever at 206 pounds and landed it in about 3 minutes. John is our engineer.

We ended the day with 24 Yellowfin and 13 Wahoo. We released approximately 25 fish in the 60 to 95 pound class. Our center and port holds are full and we are preparing our starboard well for fresh fish. Enjoy the photos and remember if your wishing you were here you need to pick up the phone and book a trip in the future. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

Big One's Show (031912)
Hi folks;

Weather was a little blistery today. Our breeze varied from 12 to 18 knots. Part of the day was sunny and part of it was overcast.

Fishing- Oh yes it was very enjoyable. Big fish of the day was caught by Jack Preston at 315 pounds. The rest of the score were as follows:

Rock Opliger 201-220
Don Burnside 233
Ron Lewis 216
Vince Biondo 192-208
Mike Candland 180-192

The overall grade was better today with quite a few 150 to 170. We ended the day with 44 Yellowfin tuna and 26 Wahoo. Jack Preston will receive a check from line-one for $315.00. Jerry Brown rule for a fish over 300 pounds is $1.00 per pound.

We are hoping for another good day tomorrow. Enjoy the photos.

P.S. We still have some scattered openings on 6 & 7 day trips from late July to September and some openings on 10 day trips in the fall.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

The Beat Goes On (031812)
Hi folks;

It has been another outstanding day of fishing. 32 Wahoo and 64 Yellowfin tuna. Largest fish today was caught on a skipjack by Rocky Opliger at 210 pounds, Mike Candland had a 191 and a 185 pound Yellowfin tuna and Kirk McCoy had 2 fish at 180 pounds. There were several 180's, some 160's and on down to 80 pounds.

Weather consisted of 14 to 15 knots of breeze out of the northeast and pleasant sunshine thru mid-day. This trip is limited to 18 passengers all of which are quite mellow and are having a great time. Enjoy the photos. The R/p crew.

P.S. Rocky Opliger is the winner of Jerry Browns $100 cash award for the largest Yellowfin of the day.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

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