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Jul-09-2009, 01:06 PM #1
1.5 Day/Eclipse 7/7-7/9 95 Alb,BFT YT photos added
Eclipse out of Seaforth 1 1/2 day 7//-7/9
19 people 95 fish
73 Albacore 15-35lbs
16 Blue fin 18-40 lbs 20-25 average
6 yellow Couple of Rats and one in the 20's and 1 in the 30's
Started at the 65 mile worked down to 70 mile area stopped on 3 kelps that produced most of the yellowtail. Caught up with 5 or 6 other boats at about 9:30 started with a triple on the troll. handfull of baitfish landed. Most of the action all day came off meter marks and chumming the fish to the boat. One of the early stops had bluefin mixed in and everyone started to get exited. We had a ripper stop at about 2pm where they had em foaming in the corner. 1 guy caught several droping the trolling jig down right into the corner. We ended up doubling our prior count by putting 31 on the boat. Mixed school of Albacore and Bluefin. Many causualites naturally with the mixed skill level of anglers. Many first timers aboard. Slowed down until we got a couple of stops bewtween 6 and 7 pm. Finished the day in the dark on a meter mark. again Kaos ensued as no one could see which way there lines were going. We managed 11 more albacore.
One kid was getting killed on the megabait on several stops. He got several albacore, but was crushed when he lost 5 fish in a row during a couple of the bluefin stops by either getting sawn off or the treble hook pulling.
Jig color didn't seem to matter, when the ate the jigs, that ate all the ones in the water.
Bait was mixed big deans and average chovies. I got a bluefin on chovie, everything else was on a dean.
Props for the Baot and Crew:
The Eclipse is running out of seaforth and used to be the Rennagade.
The totally went through the boat and did a great job Fixing her up.
Mark, Chris, Justin, Paul, and a couple others did a great job. Customer service was their number on goal. Even if the fishing hadn't been as good I still would have had a great time.
ps. could have left my trolling gear at home, as their troll rig set ups are brand new Avet Two speeds.
if i can find the cable for the digital camera i'll try to post a few picks later
Last edited by hoookup; Jul-10-2009 at 10:52 AM. Reason: photos added
Jul-09-2009, 04:11 PM #2
Thanks for the intel, solid report,,,,stoked you guys scored.
Jul-09-2009, 05:46 PM #3Captain
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Thanks for the quick report. Sounds like a killer trip.
Jul-09-2009, 09:36 PM #4
thanks for the rpt.
I'm on that boat next week. Hopefully we'll hook up as well. Good times.
Jul-10-2009, 01:06 AM #5New Guy
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Great report. short and very informative. I haven't considered a charter for a long time, however I would consider it after a solid report like this... even without the pictures.
Now about those pictures! Looking forward to seeing them.
Jul-10-2009, 09:54 AM #6
Sick. Nice work.
Jul-10-2009, 10:26 AM #7
Thanks for the 411 brother. How was the weather out there?
Jul-10-2009, 10:57 AM #8
Weather was good. looked to be about 4' swell. a little breezy. overcast in the am, sun broke out for most of the day then overcast in the evening . Originally we thought we had 110 fish, but I guess when they pulled em out we were only at 95. almost made it over the hump. We did have several first timers, but everyone worked pretty well together.
Jul-10-2009, 03:16 PM #9
Who's the guy with the Yellowtail?
I think he looks familiar.
Nice pics and info
Jul-10-2009, 03:24 PM #10
Way to go Bob
Thanks for the report
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