Advance reservations required for fish processing

calbrewguy

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I would highly recommend getting a reservation at one of the fish processing ASAP. with all the day boats coming in with bluefin and yellowtail you might make your reservations online or by calling the processing company of your choice. Last month a few on our trip didn’t have reservations and they got turned away. Even if it’s not same day pickup they might turn you away. Now I know some of you might chime in about nobody wanting to work but I am posting this to give everyone a heads up so you don’t get stressed out and no where to go. I wish everyone great trips in the near future. Make your reservations early.

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Don't they cut fish on the 1-3 day trips any more? That's a major source of income for the deckies.
 
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ZZZZZ

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Didn't read the thread.

Reservations makes perfect sense to me. Surprised it was not required sooner
 
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CMYSIX

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    Don't they cut fish on the 1-3 day trips any more? That's a major source of income for the deckies.
    how are they gonna package and store 6-10 100+- bluefin tuna's per angler? those 1-3 day boats used to be a few calico's and sheeps head maybe a ling cod in years past.
     
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