01/31/07

Posted: 19:05:45

Five tuna in the ninety to one hundred forty pound class was the day?s grand total that according to Captain Toussaint might have been better had the anchor not slipped at a very inopportune moment. So be it, but the weather was fine, and the day was enjoyed while fishing in a stationary position. Now the northerly trek begins which includes at least one full day in the offshore, big fish zone with high hopes for a good showing that will lead to a second. Again the weather is excellent for looking and we know the fish are around. It is now up to them if the trip is to return with a successful catch of big ?cows?. Regardless of their luck on giant yellowfin, the guys still have plenty of fishing time remaining and will likely spend another full day in the ridge zone as well as a final day on the beach in search of other species. We will keep everyone informed accordingly.

 
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