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Yellowtail slow down (071212)
Hello everyone;

Weather continues to be great, with flat seas, clear skies, and sunny days. Fishing was a bit tough today, but we did manage to put a few in the hole. Most of the fish were in the 18 to 22 pound range. Even though the Yellowtail didn't cooperate, the Calico bass fishing was excellent. There was a report of Bluefin offshore, so we are now headed west. We are hoping to top our trip off with some Bluefin tuna.

The Cast and Blast group, they are just having a great time. You could say that there's never a dull moment with Woolf and Wiegand on the boat. So wish us luck and we will keep you posted on our daily events. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Sea Bass Make Showing (071212)
Good morning everyone;

Weather today at Cedros island was warm most of the day, with a slight breeze in the late afternoon, and sunny. Our morning started out with a bang. We had good Yellowtail around the boat for the good part of the morning. By mid afternoon, our bite had slowed considerably. We stopped on many school, but could only come up with a few Yellowtail each stop. As the sunsets in the west, so did our anglers for dinner.

Once dinner was over, some played games, while others tried there luck at fishing. Around 22:30 hours, the White Sea Bass started to bite, and boy did they bite. Our cook Kenny got in on some of the action, and he went 4 for 10. In baseball thats good, but fishing we call that a farmer. Our bite lasted for about 4 hours, thats when our last angler went to sleep. So all in all, today was a good day. Until tomorrow, wish us luck. The R/p crew.

P.S. Pictures tells the tell of our day [:{)

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

















































 
Kelp Yellowtial (071012)
Hello everyone;

Weather today was beautiful, with a slight breeze out of the northwest, sunny, and warm. But lets talk about fishing. It was a tough day for Bluefin, but the Yellowtail keep our anglers busy for most of the day. The Yellowtail we keep were in the 18 to 25 pound range, with many of the smaller one's being released.

We are now headed for Cedros island. We will arrive in the early morning hours, hopefully the White Sea Bass will bite for us. Guess what, as I was typing this report we landed a total of 3 sea bass so far, so I must get back on deck, wish us luck. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"































 
Woolf/Wiegand Cast & Blast (070912)
Hello everyone;

We departed Fishermans landing at 10:30 hours. We have a great group on board, Woolf/Wiegand cast & blast. We have a decent load of bait and we are headed for points south. Weather is overcast, with a breeze out of the northwest at 12 knots. After Roy gave his seminar, the group relaxed by playing cards, watching TV, or just sleeping. We will have photos and a report tomorrow, so wish us luck. The Rp crew (Roy, Dharyl, Eddie, Jonathan, Chris, Terence, Anthony, and Kenny).

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Coming Home (070812)
Hi folks;

Weather was cold and breezy. We scratched some reds and rockfish. We will arrive Fishermans Landing at 05:45 hours, July 9th. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
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