Discussion in 'Southern California Offshore Fishing Reports' started by toadstoadsonly, Aug 14, 2018.
The pain. The worry. The elation of victory!
Awesome read and congrats on a beautiful bluefin!
Nice Boys !
Great job on the reel.. fish of a lifetime
Nice fish boys, great effort.
What was the weight on that beast
Wow. Steaks for everyone!
Congrats on an amazing catch and telling.
Oh my !
Frickin eyy Man, great report !!! Congrats on the success !!!
very impressive work landing that fish. Great report.
Sweet job Bro!
I was supposed to go out with Jeff yesterday but tweaked my back.
I'll be out next week for sure with Don on a two day charter.
No measurements on the fish?
Dream fish brother!
Good for the team!
Big thumbs up!
If you need any intel feel free to call or text.
Damn nice job guys!
What a sight to see to watch a huge tuna explode on your bait. Congrats! What a catch.
Watching them eat near the boat is crazy. Watching them not eat the offered baits thrown at them is part of the thrill. We've had 150 to 200lb+ fish crash on bait and have nothing to do with anything we've tossed at them.
GREAT REPORT...AND NICE FISH JONATHAN !!! SOLID WORK!
How many #s i’m going to say 315 ?
Great report, great photos, but a few questions: what did she weigh? I used to see guys using a harness, but not anymore. Now it is rail rods, handing the rod off to 2 or more guys--is the harness not in favor anymore? Last, I think yours is the smallest boat I have seen take a big blue fin. Do you feel that 23 footer was safe for the job--and how did you get her aboard-2 or 3 gaffs.
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