Add eight more over the deuce to the tally and a wealth of others that didn't make the grade. Throw in an
all out mid morning through late afternoon offensive by the "skinnies" and it made for an action packed
day. In fact that aspect of the day became a real nuisance for dedicated tuna anglers who cycled through
numerous hooks and rigging combinations thankfully with their sense of humor intact. As good as things
have been going thus far it is easy to understand why. This is shaping up to be quite the all around long
range adventure. And it is far from over.
The fish gods have been mighty gracious and conditions have followed suit. Needless to say we are primed
for as much as these bruisers want to give as we push into day four on the outside prudently allocating
hold space to the biggest and the best. In accordance with our responsibility as sportsmen we are
releasing the smaller models for the obvious reason.
The stud of the day award rightfully goes to another veteran from days of old Chris Pauly who established
an afternoon roll culminating in the successful capture of three over the two hundred mark. What a day.
And when one mentions Mr. Pauly in the context of fishing his friend of over forty years Dave Sazegar,
a.k.a. "Sawzall", can not be far behind. Photos today feature Chris with one of his fatties balanced on
the rail and Dave pulling on one of his two deuces up the side.