04/10/05

Posted: 07:57:00

It is about this stage of the voyage down that the realization of just how remote Clipperton island really is begins to sink in. Any way you slice it anglers are looking at a run of at least 52 plus hours to reach this incredible destination and that exactly why it remains such a unique part of this world. One has to be committed to fish Clipperton but past rewards have certainly demonstrated that the effort is well worth it. There is just something about catching giant yellowfin with swaying coconut palms, bleach white coral beaches, and thousands of calling seabirds as a backdrop that sets the Clipperton fishery apart from any other known. That said we are still always at the mercy of the fish gods and in another twelve hours we should have a better idea of how our luck is shaping up for this voyage. Look for tomorrow's report with the details.

 
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