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Moving North (011212)
Hello everyone;

Well we have great weather, and we are moving north. The boat plans are to get in a day early. So are arrival will be on the 17th of January 2012. We are full, but we will make a few stops for Reds and Calico Bass (catch and release). We will keep you posted and post photos tomorrow, once we get closer to home. Until tomorrow, wish us luck, the R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Unbelievable (011112)
Hello everyone;

Unbelievable, thats the word for today. Sorry about the now updates, but low signal, means no updates. By the time you read this, we will be on our way to fish for reds.

We are full, thats 7 years in a row. I don't know what to say, but thats good fishing in anybodies book. We had many anglers catch there first 200 pound Yellowfin, and many others catch there personnel best. We have a few old-timers on the trip, and J.T. Flannery (87 years young) caught a 232 pound Yellowfin tuna.

Now for the rest of the crew with 200 plus fish:

Sam Lewis 201, 203
Calvin Fujimoto 202
Walt Jeffrey 201, 202
Alan Otsuka 202
Ron Watanabe 220
Paul Boggs 220
Ron Watanabe 228
Jack Preston 206

Now for the rest, we had another 40 fish in the 180 to 198 pounds, just short of the 200 pound mark. Our last day of fishing we had an excellent day of Wahoo fishing, now thats the way to finish a trip off. We are headed north for now, but we will keep you posted on our upcoming events.
 
WOW (010812)
Hello everyone;

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

Wow, what a day of fishing we had. It was excellent fishing on Yellowfin tuna. Most of the Yellowfin were in the 80 to 120 pound range, with another group in the 150 to 190 pound category. Some would say, it's as good as it gets. We also caught a handful of Wahoo. We will sit tight and give it another try tomorrow. So until then, wish us luck. The R/p crew.
 
Things Are Looking Up (010712)
Hello everyone;

Weather continues to gorgeous, with clear skies, flat seas, and sunny. It was a slow pick today, but things are starting to look up. Largest fish today was caught by John Woodard, with a 229 pound Yellowfin tuna. Most of the fish today were in the 65 to 80 pounds, with a few over the 120 to 170 pound mark. Will give this another try tomorrow, then decided what next to do. So wish us luck and we will keep you posted on our daily events. We will post photos later in the trip, we are have low signal problems. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Things Are Looking Up (010712)
Hello everyone;

Weather continues to gorgeous, with clear skies, flat seas, and sunny. It was a slow pick today, but things are starting to look up. Largest fish today was caught by John Woodard, with a 223 pound Yellowfin tuna. Most of the fish today were in the 65 to 80 pounds, with a few over the 100 pound mark. Will give this another try tomorrow, then decided what next to do. So wish us luck and we will keep you posted on our daily events. We will post photos later in the trip, we are have low signal problems. The R/p crew.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
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