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Boat Reports
The Move To Alijos Rocks (081212)
Hi folks;

We spent the day today at Alijos Rocks. We had about 10 knots of breeze most of the day with 74.75 degree blue water.

Tuna fishing was ok, but landing them was not ok. The sharks got most while we landed only 4 in the 60 to 65 pound range. We also picked up 19 Wahoo, 15 Yellowtail, and 3 Amberjack. We are now headed north and we will have another report for you tomorrow. Enjoy the photos. The R/p crew.

P.S. Kristen Page had never caught a Wahoo. Today she got 2 Wahoo and a Yellowfin tuna.

P.P.S. Krista, Paul would like to say that he miss you and loves you with all of his heart.


"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"





















 
Yellows bite (081112)
Hi folks;

Weather today was quite pleasant. Fishing was on the scratchy side, but we did manage to catch daily limits of nice grade Yellowtail, 1 Grouper and 1 Bluefin tuna. We are now on our way to Alijos Rocks. We will arrive at daybreak, so wish us luck and hopefully we will have some good photos. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"























 
Moving South (080912)
Hi folks;

Weather today was quite foggy until noon and then clearing nicely with calm seas.

Fishing today was scratchy at best and really consisted of more of a travel day. We will be arriving at our destination at 23:00 hours, Friday night. Hopefully we will have a good report along with some great pictures.

Our group enjoyed an outstanding Sushi dinner tonight with Bluefin tuna, Shrimp tempura rolls, Philadelphia rolls, Jalapeno rolls, and many others along with steamed fish and other entries. All our enjoying themselves and looking forward to some action. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Tough Day (080912)
Hi folks;

Weather was overcast today with relatively calm seas. l Fishing was quite tough today as we only found one school of BFT that boiled up quite well, but did not bite well. We landed 5 fish from 30 to 45 pounds.

The Bluefin fishing today was about 120 miles from San Diego and the Yellowfin were absent from the scene.

We are headed south and should start fishing around 08:00 hours. The R/p crew.

Special Thanks:

We would like to give special thanks to Blackwater fishing lines, Calstar fishing rods, Salas Jigs, and Gamakatsu Hooks.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Blackwater departure (080812)
Hello everyone;

We departed Fishermans landing at 10:30 hours, on our Blackwater trip. We have a great group on board. We made a brief stop at the bait receiver, and we have a great load of bait. We are now headed for points south.

After lunch today, Frank gave a safety seminar, and then went right into his fishing seminar. After the seminar the crew went into aciton getting everyone ready for fishing tomorrow morning. We will keep you posted on our daily event. So until tomorrow, wish us luck. The R/p crew (Frank, Dharyl, Jonathan, Eddie, Chris, Mike, Anthony, and James).

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
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