We had plenty of small and med pilchards today and ran directly to the "end of the bar". We had a light south wind and medium east current with clear water. The Amberjacks were swarming, eating both baits on the top and bottom. We could see the Yellowtails but they were really wary and we
Spent both today and yesterday Sailfishing with the same group of anglers. Yesterday we had light south wind and flew the kite along a color change with Thread Herring for bait. We had two Sail bites and caught them both. Today it was glassy calm and hot, the color change was pretty much gone. We
Tried to reef fish down to the west again today but it was very slow all morning with gin clear water. Finally east of the CB buoy in 55' we got a bite of Ceros and small kings going in the afternoon and had plenty of action.
Had a decent reef catch today two miles east of Cosgrove light in 90'. The weather was lousy with heavy rain most of the day. The "speedos" showed up in the chum slick right away and we caught several dozen in the hoop net. We caught 15 big Yellowtail, released a 125lb Goliath, caught a
Yesterday we hauled the boat out for yearly hull maintenance. We cleaned the hull and pressure washed the bottom. Today we scraped and preped then applied fresh bottom paint and new zincs. Tomorrow we will paint the transom with a coat of clear awlgrip and we'll be back in the water on thursday.