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Tackle Prep (111111)
Hi folks;

Our weather today was overcast with flat calm seas throughout the day. We had a good seminar in the morning and the rest of the day was spent rigging our passengers to fish larger size Yellowfin tuna.

Big "D" taught several classes on how to make wind on leaders and assisted passengers in making leaders. Roy spent the day making 3 different kind of kite leaders and assisted those who wanted to learn on how to make them. Eddie and Jonathan were filling reels with spectra and getting loaner gear ready for those who needed it. Kenny helped several passengers do fluorocarbon top-shots with the Sato Crimp method.

It was a very busy day and it will continue tomorrow with another seminar and more rigging. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe)
 
Moving South (111011)
Hi folks;

We departed today at 10:15 a.m. with the Harold Davis charter. What a wonderful group we have aboard. There are at least 6 passengers making their first trip in excess of 5 days.

Our weather is grease calm although there is a bit of chill in the air. We are presently on a course for Hurricane Bank. Wish us luck and we will report tomorrow. The R/p crew (Frank, Dharyl, Roy, Eddie, Jonathan, Kenny, Anthony, and James).

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Coming Home (110911)
Hello everyone;

Mother-nature is taking a break, and so is the weather. We have excellent weather traveling home. Clear skies, flat seas, and sunny. Most of the passengers are just relaxing, reading books, or checking out a good movie. The crew was up early, getting the boat ready for next trip.

We should arrive to Fishermans landing around 06:00 hours. We have a great load of fish, great anglers, and a great boat. We will be departing on the Davis boats (13 day) tomorrow morning. So until then, wish us luck. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Blue & Gold (110711)
Hello everyone;

Weather continues to hamper the crew and passengers of the Royal. But the beat continues for us. We had an excellent day of Dorado fishing. It was limits for all aboard, with most of the Dorado in the 12 to 20 pound range, all beautiful fish.

We are a long way from home, so we will start or move north, with the weather and down hill current, we are making the slow move north. With any luck the weather will come down, and the current will move up, and we can make better time. So wish us luck and we will keep you posted on our daily events. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"







 
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Hello everyone ,
The Captain Roy Rose and the crew of the Royal Polaris would like to say happy birthday to his mom Carmen , We hope you have a goodone ,RP CREW ,
 
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