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Another big day on the yellows!
Good afternoon folks. Our weather today was a touch on the hot and sticky side. With less than 5 knots of breeze and some really good fishing, staying hydrated was a must! Today our happy anglers enjoyed more red hot action on the yellowtail. We ended up with our daily limits again on those beautiful 18-25 pound yellows. Last night before dinner, we decided to do some calico bass fishing. It was a wide open bass bite! Lots of fish from 2-4 pounds and a few bigger. Flyline sardines and mackerel were the ticket, and they were eating the surface iron pretty good as well.Tomorrow we will be fishing our way up the coast in order to be on the tuna grounds the following day. We will be trying for bait again tonight, so wish us luck.
The RP Crew














 
New Trips Added!

Hi everyone,

 

We just opened up a couple of new trips, be sure to book a spot before theyre all gone!

 

3 Day - $1095

 

Departing Friday Sept 26 at 10:00 am

Returning Monday Sept 29 at 7:00am

 

1.5 Day - $485

 

Departing Monday Sept 29 at 11:00am

Returning Wednesday October 1 at 7:00am

 

 

You can book online or by giving us a call to (619)226-8030.

 

 

Royal Polaris Office.

 

 
Limits of yellowtail!
Good afternoon folks. Our weather today was absolutely beautiful with sunny skies, flat seas, and less than 5 knots of breeze. We had fabulous yellowtail fishing all morning and everyone got in on the action! The yo-yo jig and the sliding egg sinker seemed to be the best bet, but there were some folks catching fish on the surface iron as well as the flyline rig. We ended up with our daily limits of nice 18-25 lb. grade yellowtail. We are currently in search of another school and will spend our evening looking to replenish some of our bait supply. Hopefully, we will have another great report for you guys tomorrow. Until then, wish us luck!

The RP Crew










 
Joe Machado Memorial Fund

As many of you may know by now, Capt. Joe Machado (The backbone of Everingham Bait Company for the past 30 something years)  lost his battle with cancer a few days ago.  A memorial fund has been established for private support to his wife to help defray the big costs she has upcoming and we encourage anyone who has fished out of San Diego and ever been to the bait barge to make a donation, no amount is too small.  He was a hard working man who dedicated his life to making sure we all had bait, was the best at what he did and put 110% into his livelihood and this donation is what would have meant the most to him.

 

Make checks payable to:

 Joe Machado Memorial Fund

 

Mail to:

Joe Machado Memorial Fund

c/o American Angler

1403 Scott St.

San Diego, CA  92106

 

if you want to donate online, go to www.paypal.com and use the following email address to send the funds to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 



 
A nice sample.....
Good evening folks. We had a beautiful day of weather and arrived at our destination around 3 pm. We managed to scrape up 30 nice grade yellowtail and also had a couple handfuls of smaller fish that were released. After traveling all day yesterday everyone enjoyed getting to pull on some fish. With great sign of fish in the area, we are hoping for a big day tomorrow. Wish us luck!








 
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