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Moving North (011413)
Hello everyone;

Well our weather is about the same, just a lot colder. The air temp was a bit cooler down south, but it's a lot colder moving north. Yesterday was our last day of fishing, and we had two more fish over 200 pounds, which brings our total to 20 over the 200 pound mark. Since this is Taka's tackle 20th anniversary (for the long trip), it was a great mile stone. Largest fish of the trip and was caught yesterday by the chartermaster Taka Tanaka, of south Central Los Angles. The other 200 pound Yellowfin was caught by Susan Gentry, which came in at 243 pounds.

The list of 200 pound fish caught on the trip:

Taka Tanaka 216, 293
Susan Gentry 257
Gary Ahsing 204
John Corrigan 234
Melvin Tanaka 211
Steve Gato 230
John Woodard 243
Robert Maes 251, 267
Bob Ito 257
Craig Ito 224
Jack Preston 236
Ron Watanabe 230
Duane Grey 274
Ron Kusumi 263
Zack Mouradian 218
Calvin Fujimoto 201, 243
Kim (aka Kin)
Hofer 243

What a trip, 20 years of good fishing with the group from Taka's tackle. With that note, wish us luck on the weather. The R/p crew.

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