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July 30, 2014 -

Hi everyone,

 

The Royal Polaris reported in after a good day of fishing.  They finished the day with good quality Yellowfin between 12 and 30 pounds, and a handful of Bluefin tuna up to 50-60 pounds! We have also been enjoying beautiful weather and look forward to another great day.

 

Royal Polaris crew.

 
July 29, 2014 - 4 day

The Royal Polaris departed 10am this morning and by 4pm were fishing for Yellowfin tuna. Many passengers caught their first ever Yellowfin. By dark the boat had landed 46 tuna in the 12-25# range.

 

keeping rods bent

 
Woolf Wiegand 5 Day Adventure.

Day 1:  We departed Fishermans landing at 10:30 hours on the Woolf Wiegand 5 Day Adventure.  We loaded a great load of Sardines for our trip and we headed for points south.  After Roy gave his safety briefing, it was time for lunch.  After lunch, Roy gave an indef fishing seminar on the arts of fishing Yellowfin tuna and Yellowtail.  The crew went to work getting everyone ready for battle, and it didnt take very long before the Woolf Wiegand gang was ready to do battle with the monsters of the deep.  On our first day we would only land a few fish for our troubles, but it was a nice brake in the travel.

 

Day 2:  We arrived to our fishing destination in the early morning hours, and the Yellowtail didnt cooperate with us, but did manage to do some tugging and pulling on Red Rock Fish and Bass for our efforts for the day.  We would depart in the afternoon and look for kelps on our way down to Cedros Island.  We didnt have much luck on the kelps, with only a handful of keeper Yellowtail, while the rest we would return to the sea.

 

Day 3:  Day three would be our best day for action, as the Yellowtail at Cedros would be in a biting mood.  Most of the Yellowtail was in the 18 to 22 pound range, but we would land one Yellowtail that pushed the scales over the 35 pound mark.  It would be third place in the jackpot, plus the winner of the Rollo jackpot.  We would get 57 Yellowtail before departing for San Martin Island.  Looking offshore most of the day, we didnt find many Yellowfin tuna, but we did manage to tag a few and put in the hole.  Weather so far this trip was great, with flat seas, sunny and warm.

 

Day 4:  We would arrive to San Martin Island at day break, drop the anchor and play the waiting game.  But the waiting game didnt take long; the boat went bendo with quality Yellowtail biting.   The group worked well together, keep out of tangles and loss of fish due to not following their fish. This would be our best day of Yellowtail fishing, with getting our daily limits by 15:00 hours.  We would start making our way north, so we could be in position to fish Yellowfin tuna tomorrow morning.

 

Day 5:  We arrived to the area around 02:00 hours, and would drift until daybreak.  Once we started trolling, it didnt take long before the Yellowfin tuna would pay us a visit.  The Yellowfin started out in the 10 to 12 pound range, but as the day went on, the fish average would increase to 15 to 22 pounds, with a few going over the 30 pound mark.  At the end of the day, we landed 109 Yellowfin tuna, 13 Yellowtail, and released one Dorado and 30 or so Yellowtail.  At the end the trip the anglers were happy, the crew cleaned the boat, and we were headed for home to do it all over again with 36 more happy anglers.  So until fingers and keyboard meet again, good luck and good fishing.  The R/p crew.

 

Keeping Rods Bent

 
7.28.14 update

7.25.14

The Royal Polaris left on a 5 day charter and started looking for White Sea Bass and Yellowtail& no luck on those though, but excellent fishing for the usual inshore species.

 

7.26.14

Scratched 57 Yellowtail 18 to 25 pounds in the morning and looked offshore for tuna for the rest of the day but they didnt see much.

 

7.27.14

As of 8:30 this morning the boat reported good fishing on Yellowtail and on a late conversation they indicated they ended the day with full daily limits of Yellowtail 18 to 25 pounds.  Tomorrow they will fish for tuna closer to home.

 

Will keep you updated!

 

Royal Polaris office

 
Openings on the 4 day trip July 29th!

Hi everyone,

 

We had 2 spots just open up for the upcoming 4 day trip next week leaving July 29th at 10am, returning August 2nd at 6am. The cost is $1,475 plus permits/visa.

 

Give us a call at the office to book them before theyre gone!

 

Shogun Office

(619)226-8030

 
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