10/25/14

Posted: 02:25:36

10/24/14

A little bass fishing ion nice weather capped off our trip before heading up the line in very nice weather. We will be in at 06:00 tomorrow. Many thanks to our great group of anglers this trip and especially our charter-master Bob Stenbro of Tiburon Engineering.

Tim Will be back at the helm for the first of two Three day voyages.

Brian

10/24/14

Posted: 00:27:20

10/23/14

Today we went coastal. It took a little looking around but we put together a very good day of yellowtail fishing. The scenery, the flat calm weather and the biting fish combined for the full experience of long range fishing. Brian Williams shows one of his yo-yo yellows.

Brian


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10/23/14

Posted: 01:22:57

10/22/14


Variety is the spice of these fall trips. Different species, area's and methods. Today we checked another species off the list. The dorado we found were aggressively feeding as they turned the water another shade of fluorescent blue. It took a few stops, but we managed to catch as many as our anglers either could reasonably use or legally could take. The fish ranged from 15-25# and put on a great show. We will be back on the coast for our final two days of fishing looking to tangle with some yellowtail.

Clyde Wickham managed to get into both pictures today. First he is all smiles as he shows off one of his dorado. Second he is “that guy” as crewman Paul Caramao holds one up for Jan Abbott. All in good fun.

Brian


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10/22/14

Posted: 05:06:01

10/21/14

Today we enjoyed the fast paced action of wahoo fishing. It wasn't sheer pandemonium as we caught them one to four at a time, but it felt like it for the anglers who chased the speedsters around the boat. There were a few amazing rescues of fish that by all means should have been lost, and a few unexplainable losses right next to the boat. That is why the celebration is so pronounced when one of these coveted speedsters hits the deck.

Two photo's today, first Steve Holmes caught his first ever wahoo today, then followed it with three more. Second Lon Storms, Paul Kelleher, Anthony Foster and Marty Colling were the chosen ones for one stop.

Brian


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10/21/14

Posted: 00:32:52

10/20/14

This morning we had some action on the tuna while looking for yellows around a couple of shallows. With limited success finding the grade of yellows we were after, we started looking elsewhere. After a few hours of looking we threw in the towel and traveled for the afternoon with just a couple dorado strikes for our efforts. We will be in a different area tomorrow focused on some variety for the day.

Brian

10/19/14

Posted: 23:36:10

10/19/14


Very good tuna fishing this morning turned into a slow scratch by late morning. We took the opportunity to do a little prospecting and located an area holding bait and some dorado. First time Royal Star angler Anthony foster gets the honors today with a 22# yellowfin.

Brian


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10/18/14

Posted: 23:41:10

10/18/14

This morning started off a little on the slow side. After some searching in a new area, we found what we were looking for, tuna biting everything in the water. The fish were all mixed up as far as size goes from release models to 30 pounds. We spent the afternoon engaged in cast and swing style fishing. At dinner our weary anglers were happily recounting stories of the day's battles.

Pictorial honors today go to Captain Willy Cloyes and his wahoo. Caught while we were in search mode.

Brian


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10/18/14

Posted: 00:21:28

10/17/14


We started our day fishing for tuna. After scratching up a couple a rod, it became clear that this was not going to get the job done and we pointed for greener pastures. We looked throughout the afternoon for just a couple of wahoo strikes. So with a nice warm up under our belts, and a few fish resting in the RSW tank we will be looking for more sustainable action tomorrow.

Royal Star regular Paul Kelleher put in his time at the stern and was rewarded with this tasty speedster.

Brian


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10/16/14

Posted: 23:58:47

10/16/14

This is truly a different year judging by water conditions. Warm water has moved fish to unexpected locations and left other areas devoid of life. Today we stopped in the afternoon, to wet some lines and break up the ride down. We were pleasantly surprised by what we found. 18 – 25 # tuna responded to our offerings, and we scratched at them until dark.
Ron Rymer got off to a quick start this afternoon, landing a hand full of yellowfin like this one.

Brian


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10/16/14

Posted: 00:28:29

10/15/14

After a rare night at the dock, we departed on The Tiburon Engineering 10 day adventure. We got off to an early start and have a nice load of bait on board. We spent the day engaged in rigging and relaxing as we make our way south towards good fishing prospects. Our weather is good and this group of experienced anglers is ready for whatever we may find.

Brian

 
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