a san diego-style offshore party boat capable of 3-day trips (bait capacity & angler accommodations) out of washi would be nice, but what would they do the rest of the year? and would there even be enough anglers during tuna season to justify that size of boat?Swords makos threshers bigeye bft skip jack marlin dorado have all been caught over the years and are seen and /or.caught most years just generally farther then most of the smaller boats will go. WA offshore fishing has only been limited by simply fishing the closest albacore.possible. The charter boats who do fish multiple day trips tend to stay close and only fish one day before.they are full and headed home........ August outside with some serious hunting could truly change peoples vision. If it I done with good Intel and an understanding it takes more then a day or trip to truly get a picture......
It would....there is a problem. In the 80s a few so-cal boats would show in the fall.....there was almost no local people who fishing albacore...most people were so-cal regulars of the boat.a san diego-style offshore party boat capable of 3-day trips out of washi would be nice, but what would they do the rest of the year?
Commercial boats have been catching a few......"forever"....... Again when guys truly start hunting....they will find more then albacore.....Offshore NW charters last year caught two Blue Fins, and a few other boats brought a couple in to. Maby it's the beginning of more.
Watch the water charts.... Look at the temps in "push"....... Not surprising........just under exploited!!!;That's crazy. I never would've thought the water would be warm enough to bring those species up north. Crazy shit you can do/learn when you branch out of your comfort zone
Awesome......be careful pick your time and go west.....Yeah... Like I said it's a whole new world for me. I never payed any attention to offshore fishing until I found bd. It's definitely a world I wouldn't mind exploring.