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Boat Reports
Moving up the line. (102014)
Hello everyone; Our weather continues to be a bummer, with a steady 15-18 knots of wind, most of the day. We manage to make a few stops, with only a handful of Yellowtail caught. Most of the Yellowtail were in the 12 to 15 pound category, we also caught a few Calico bass. We are hopping that our next stop will produce some quality Yellowtail for our group. We hope to have some photo's tomorrow, so until tomorrow, good luck and good fishing. The R/p c crew.

"BENT RoDs 4 LiFe"
 
Yellowtail limits (102114)
Hello everyone;  Reporting from the world famous Royal Polaris.  Well the weather was not a challenge for us today, since we fished the east side of Cedors island.  It was flat, sunny, and warm.  The weather was not the only thing that was heating up. 

The Yellowtail fishing was excellent with limits for all on board.  Most of the fish were in the 14 to 18 pound range, with a few Jumbo's that stood out.  We also caught a few Calico bass, one halibut (released). 

 We are now headed north and will try our luck at some Halibut and White Sea Bass.  So tomorrow is a fun day of looking and fishing for another species.  So until tomorrow, wish us luck.  The R/p crew.

"Keeping Rods Bent"




















 
Excellent Day Of Fishing (101914)
Good morning everyone;  Well the rocks didn't disappoint us.  We had decent fishing on Wahoo, Yellowtail, and some Grouper.  All the Wahoo were nice quality fish, and the Yellowtail were in the 20 to 30 pound range.  What a day we had. 

Our weather improved just a little, but we have 15+ knots of breeze now.  We are moving north trying to find more Yellowtail and may be a Halibut or two.  We still have lots of time, and hungry anglers.  So until tomorrow, wish us luck.  The R/p crew.

"Keeping Rods Bent"
























 
Limit Style Yellowfin (101814)

Hello everyone;  Well it was another great day on the Royal Polaris.  We had limits of Yellowfin tuna in the 18 to 25 pound grade, with a few larger one's.  All this happened before lunch.  We are now headed for Alijos Rocks, in hopes of getting a few Wahoo and Yellowtail.  So wish us luck.  The R/p crew.

Well with the weather last night we had a problem sending our report, so you get two for the price of one.  We arrived to the bank in the early morning hours, and didn't see much life.  So we made a few Grouper drifts, caught a few, then started trolling.  It wasn't long before we caught our first Wahoo.  As of now we have a 7 Wahoo and a dozen Dorado for our morning.  We are now headed to the rocks, so wish us luck.  The team of R/p.

"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"






































 
Things Are Turning Around (101714)
Hello everyone;  Well on our mid day report, we had a very slow morning, but by the late afternoon, things would change.  We dropped the anchor around 16:00 hours, and after a few Skipjack, the Yellowfin would move them out.  When the smoke cleared, we would end up with daily limits for our group. 

We will stay on the anchor until the morning, hoping that the Yellowfin will bite again.  Most of the fish were in the 12 to 18 pound range, with a few going over the 30 pound mark.  We are hoping to repeat this action again.  We also caught a few Dorado and Wahoo for our efforts.  So until tomorrow, 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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