We're taking a unique approach to begin this voyage providing time to do it's work on the dwindling tropical storm Patricia down below and spreading out all of us presently working on longer voyages. So with a relatively short run ahead of us, we will be targeting yellowfin tuna, yellowtail, and perhaps a few wahoo tomorrow to the delight of this exceptional group of seasoned anglers. Thankfully, the giant tempest that was forecast to dole out some weather grief on our day of departure never did materialize in San Diego. As such, calm seas and a smooth ride greeted anglers and provided everyone the opportunity to acclimate and enjoy the first day relaxing and tinkering with equipment in preparation for the full seminar and day of fishing tomorrow. We are well prepared with a fine load of bait and plenty of good fishing prospects over the horizon. It looks good on paper anyway.
I'm certain there will be plenty of variables to consider, and the usual host of challenges that keep us on our game and thinking, so ahead we forge excited to be back at it with everything in our control in fine working order. Look for reports to continue and have a fine day.