Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by gecsr1, Jul 19, 2015.
ALL FIVE LOOK ALIKE TO ME. WHICH IS A BLUE? ARENT THEY ALL BLUES?
Well got wet too, no rain on the out side but coming in to mission bay , fueling up and cleaning fish we were all wet rats too.. but it made an easy day for cleaning the boat..
Is hard to tell in the pic but its the biggest one, three looked like blue when brought aboard but after sitting in the ice 2 turned color and showed yellow on the fins, a one had the short bectorial fin with no yellow.
or ask Mikey Likes It.. He the guy that's knows the difference...sometimes I still have trouble with which is bluefin..
It really was a tough day for fishing , very few signs of life...metering fish that didn't bite , fish on ponies that wouldn;t bite..water condition could not have been better... we got lucky on a school of puddlers..
Way to get it done Gary!!!
on the way in..didn't have to wash the boat
Sounds like my day on Friday, except you caught fishes..
one was a yellow fin for sure i got that one, the other 4 i thought were bft but i could be wrong
we had a very good day for tuna
when we pulled then out of the ice to clean them 4 had yellow fins one didn't only one Bluefin... but 3 looked like BF when slammed to the deck...
oh well all i know is we had a dam good 20 min of fishing and a very good day!!!! bft or yft it was fun
Damn....all the time you spend fishing, that luck turns to skill. Good job Gary and crew. Wish I made the trip
With you having brought yours , i didn't use mine... but I do have a pair... better than a fish finder....
better than a fish finder they are the fish finder, there's a few thing that i think you have to have, and a good bino are one of the thing you need. very nice to have them on the boat yours or his.
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