Are there any Tuna kinda of west of South LongBeach Yet?

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  1. Andrew Kovach

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    I been dreaming about finding Tuna about 50 or less miles from LB.


    Has any one tried or heard about any Tuna report in close to longbeach lately?


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    Go to Cortez , tanner bank and report back.
     
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    A friend of mine caught an 80 lb Yellowfin in HI last week!
     
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    Not one for research, are we?
     
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    He did say West of Long Beach..............
     
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    Wide open Halibut on the 306
     
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    But to answer your question.....no. Try looking back at past report (archive) . August, September, and October are the typical months, but not with in 50 miles of Long Beach. More like 80-90 miles from Long Beach, and 20-50 from San Diego. Sure, once in while, but not the norm (unless its a eL Nino season). We get YFT in the Channel at times, and Blue Fin on occasion up near the Channel Islands....but not the norm.
     
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    Bonito are tuna.
     
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    Plenty of tuna to be had in the channel when they are around.... (14, 209,181, Mac Bank etc.) BFT, YFT, Albies etc... not uncommon.
     
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    Thanks for your reply but I am thinking those areas are a lot more than 50 miles out
     
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    Anything is better than nothing
     
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    Thanks for your reply :D
     
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    Cool nice for him
    I don't go more that 50 miles out in my little boat
     
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    What ever dude
     
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    Ay Andrew, a bit to early for tuna less than 50 miles. September
     
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    If you can trailer your boat your best chances are to drive it to San Diego and launch from there AND then and only then will you have some chance at catching tuna during the peak summer months. Keeping in mind that 50 miles is as close as some tuna normally get, usually farther out though. Tuna are an offshore , pelagic fish that prefer cleaner water normally found offshore. Good luck!
     
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    You could very easily have a chance at Yellowfin within 20 miles of the beach from Newport south.
    Within 50 of Long Beach puts you on alot of the inner banks as well and into some prime kelp fishing.
    Another month or two.........and then maybe.
     
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