Well we righted the ship today recovering in fine style with a good morning of steady action on 25 - 35# yellowfin and a sprinkling of 20 - 35# yellowtail amidst the most spectacular, dramatic background this island has to offer. Following our enjoyable morning, we were the chosen one's hitting the right spot the right way, though admittedly I couldn't tell you we did anything different that the prior twenty unsuccessful attempts, ending up with twenty four 50 - 80# yellowfin tuna for the effort. Suffice to say spirits are high following our good fortune today that did wonders to restore our confidence in the near future of fishing for this size class yellowfin tuna at this island.
As we are now well supplied with tuna for the voyage, we will spend our final evening and morning in full pursuit of jumbo yellowtail seeking to finish up our fishing time with a change of local scenery and a little more variety.
Times are presently good here on Royal Star and the atmosphere festive as we revel in the pleasure of a very nice day of fishing on the outside in flat clam conditions. We will see if our good fortune continues tomorrow in the form of a few more trophy class yellowtail before our mid morning departure.