Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by ripped, Sep 18, 2016.
Looks like this one is going to effect some trips both upcoming and ones in progress...
Another warm water push may help the SoCal tuna fishing, and may bring more wahoo up. Looks like it's only forecast to reach hurricane status for a day, and that's way down south, so it'll just make the water more rough.
It will be a Paine in the butt for any lr trips next few days including lupe cedros alijos and Ridge bound trips which is pretty much the whole fleet. Will be interesting to see the moves they make .
Looks like several boats that left yesterday are heading inside to the ridge -which should be inside of the hurricane track . Bears watching incase storm makes a easterly turn
Looks like it will be gone by the time I leave Sunday. I hope the boats out stay safe.
Following the Rooster mostly right now. I'm out on the Calstar trip on Friday. From their reports on Facebook, they should be on the upper end of the Ridge this morning and inside the path of now Hurricane Paine. Fishing there for 3 days, by the time they're ready to head up the line, looks like Paine will have made landfall well north of Punta Eugenia. Let's hope the forecaster dudes have it right.
Fishing looks like very sharky on the upper end of the Ridge, better about 30 miles south according to reports from Searcher, currently on a six day due back tomorrow.
Looks like the Rooster and a couple of the other boats are all down on the ridge and should be OK based on latest track. Hope they all stay safe!
Andre, what's that website?
If you want to customize your page, go to "Vessels", then to "My Fleet" and add your favorite LR boats. The only draw back, you'll receive daily emails on your fleets location and etc. Good luck
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