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Clipperton Atoll Adventure (042214)
Hi everyone;  Sorry you have not received reports for the past 13 days.  Once you are 150 below Socorro wifi is no longer operable. Our Sat phone and our Iridium phone would not pick up a satellite at Clipperton. 

Our passengers are a wonderful group and all say they had a sensational trip.

Skiff fishing was absolutely phenomenal.  Bluestar jacks to 27 pounds, Leatherback Cabrillo to 26 pounds and many other varieties.  There were also a few wahoo taken in the skiffs with the best a 70 pound skinny taken by Ken Kouchi on a 6x with a treble hook.

Tuna and Wahoo fishing were very poor.  Largest Yellowfin was a 196 taken by Kathy Rounds.  Next was Harmon Ryder with a 194 pound Yellowfin tuna.  Bot of these fish were early morning Iron fish.

Once they arrive home our passengers have many stories to tell and a great film of the trip to share with friends.

The R/p crew  (Frank, Dharyl, Roy, Jonathan, Jim, Ben, Anthony, and James).

"Making Dreams Come True"










 
Clipperton or Bust (040914)
 Hi folks;  We started the morning with a tackle seminar for fishing Clipperton atoll.  Tackle preparations are a bit different than those for the Revillagigedo chain.  The crew spent the entire day helping passengers with their gear.  We also ground up fish parts and froze them for Rainbow Runners chum.

We will be heading south for several days and looking for a floating pallet or log that very possible could yield us several tanks of warm water bait.

The entire group wants to thank the AFTCO corporation for their many give away's for this trip.  Great T-shirts, ninja head wear, fish gloves and many more gifts.  The crew is also loving the great line of shorts of many styles and patterns.  Thank You AFTCO








 
BAIT, BAIT, BAIT!!!!
BAIT!!!!!   Hello everyone;  As you can see we caught our bait.  But this is the first part of bait making 101.  Once we get to Clipperton, we will try for some Rainbow Runners, and any other small bait we can catch.  Not much else to report, so until tomorrow, wish us luck.  The R/p crew.

"We Got Bait"






 
Looking For Bait (040514)
Hello everyone;  With a stiff wind behind us, and the bait search continues.  We are moving south.  We should arrive to Magdalena bay in the morning and will be there most of the day, hopefully the bait will bite. 

Today was spent on making more leaders, and we did make a few stops for a handful of Yellowtail, which we released all back to the ocean.

So until tomorrow, wish us luck on our bait search.  The R/p crew.

"Searching For Bait" 
 
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