Discussion in 'Washington Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Captain Chrome, Sep 12, 2017.
Sorry about that, meant Sunday but you interpreted it correctly.
4500 rpm is 30 kts with full load we were doing 1.9 mpg in stretches of perfect weather. It likes 25kts in some head sea and burn rate stays 2.0 mpg. The fish tote strapped to the front of wheelhouse gave it great balance and rode just fine in following sea with the nose staying high. You'll have to go for a ride with us!
Worked great Steve thx again!
Great Job Roger and crew. Looks like the weather and tuna gods wanted her to get broken in properly. Great looking ride.
Roger let me know what time you think you will be taking off on Friday. I would love to see your ride in person.
Way to slay!
Is your boat 9'6"? Curious what your weight is on the trailer?
And last but not least what transducer are you using on your garmin?
I have been rocking the same transducer for almost three years and I am very happy with it.
Way to break her in Roger! She is dead sexy!
Did you not read his full build thread???? Pretty sure the weight issue was well covered...
You beat me to it . Nice meeting you and your lady Lawrence good luck on your next outing and hope to see you out there on a future trip!
You mean his lady the Alumacat?
Assasins Creed bring death from above!
Went out on a ultimate boat (Deep Sea charters) out of Westport on Sunday night 70 miles out got to the ground around 4:30 in a morning. Got on a fish about 8:30 fished none stop till about 1 in a afternoon ran out of bait and boat was full of tuna, end up with 103 a lot of them were 25+ 5 people. Awesome day. Left around 1:30 back at the dock 9pm
Sweet ride Roger!
didn't turn around? bad karma....
Dave.....was a tough call...hat hits the water....we 150 yards from grande size jumpers...
Roger looks at me...I take glance at hat...glance at jumpers...I waive Rog on to the jumpers!!
Best stop of the day....the sacrifice to the team will bring Super Bowl back to Da Raiiiiidas!!!
Way to take one for the team!
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