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Yellowfin make a showing (110611)
Hello everyone;

Weather today was a bit windy, but that didn't stop the Yellowfin from bitting. We had a decent day of fishing on Yellowfin tuna. Most of the fish were in the 100 to 120 pound range, with a few in the 160 to 170 range. We are now starting to make our way home, we will fish our way up, so wish us luck. The R/p crew.

P.S. Stan says a special I love you to Jessie!!

The crew would like to wish Mommy Rose a happy birthday, we don't know how old you are, but you are like a fine wine, you keep getting better with age. We love, the R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

Tough Day (110511)
Hello everyone;

It was a very tough day today. We had 12 to 15 knots of breeze, and it was tough fishing. The weather didn't stop the fish from biting, we had a problem anchoring on the spot. We had to re-set at least 5 times. We changed our anchor and added some chain, and we are sitting perfect for tomorrows bite. We did catch a handful of Yellowfin up to 100 pounds, and a few Dorado.

We will give this another try tomorrow. So wish us luck and we will keep you posted on our daily events. The R/p crew.

The Ball Keeps Rolling (110411)
Hello everyone;

Weather continues to be good, but it did cool off some today, with the overcast clouds, but that was the only thing that cooled off.

Fishing today was good once again, with the Wahoo making a good showing. We did catch a mix bag of fish today, with Wahoo making the bulk of the catch. We caught Wahoo, Dorado, Yellowfin tuna, Yellowtail, and Grouper. Most of the Wahoo were in the 40 to 50 pound range.

We are headed to Magdalena bay tonight. We only need to catch one tank, so we should be underway quickly. We will continue to head south for the rest of the trip. We are hoping to find some jumbo Yellowfin tuna for our group.

We would like to give a special thanks to the sponsors of the trip. Special thanks to Owner hooks, Salas Jigs (for the Halloween Jigs) which caught the bulk of the Wahoo this trip, and Bozo Bombs, and Team Red Cup Navy. Mark Hillard would like to send a shout-out to Alabama, "The Tide Keeps Rolling".

So with that note, wish us luck tomorrow, and we will keep you posted on our daily events. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

What A Day (110311)
Hello everyone;

Our weather today was just beautiful, with flat seas, clear skies, sunny and warm. It was a shorts and tee's day. The weather was not the only thing that was hot. We had an epic day, with limit style fishing on Yellowtail and Yellowfin tuna.

The Yellowfin started biting around 10:30, and didn't stop until 15:00 hours. Most of the Yellowfin were in the 18 to 25 pound range, with some smaller one's in the 12 to 15 pound category. This was one of the best single day catches of Yellowfin this season. The Yellowtail were just beautiful fish, with most of them in the 18 to 25 pound range. We caught a handful of Grouper, Pargo, and one Dorado.

Our passengers are just beat after todays work-out. We had an excellent Yellowtail dinner tonight, prepared by Brett Wilkinson. It was one of the best Yellowtail dinners we have had on the R/p.

We will continue to move south, trying our luck at Wahoo tomorrow, then may be make a tank or two of Mackerel tomorrow night.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"

Fair Day Of Yellowtail (110211)
Hello everyone;

Weather continues to be gorgeous, with flat seas, clear skies, and sunny days.

We had a fair day of Yellowtail fishing. Most of the Yellowtail were in the 15 to 18 pound range, with a few going over 20. We did catch one Halibut in the 20 pound category.

We are moving south again tonight, with hopes of catching some Yellowfin, Bluefin, and Wahoo tomorrow. 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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