Yellowtail limits at Coronado’s 6/4

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  1. Livin life

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    Got to the islands around 7am on Tuesday and trolled around the north island for nothing. Decided to move on to the middle grounds and got hit on a purple & black-rapala. Unfortunately it was a smaller 4 foot mako. Got it to the boat and was able to let him go without cutting off my lure. Moved on to the South Island. Trolled all the way around it for nothing until I got to the windward side, then I finally got hit. First yellowtail on the boat. Continued fishing the windward side and got 1 more trolling x raps, and 3 more yellowtail along with a good size calico on sardines. Had my limit by noon and headed back in with pretty good conditions. Water was around 64’ and all the fish were caught in 55-110 feet.
    Good luck out there.

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    My bad, went out Monday not Tuesday
     
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    Nicely done man! Thanks for the report.
     
  4. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    That's a darn good day, fine job!
     
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    Nice, heatin' up!
     
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    Paddyman1 I love pangas

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    Atta Boyzzzz!
     
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    Nice stringer, thanks for the report. Mags get it done! Whats a respectable size Mako to keep and eat?
     
  9. Otto

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    Makos taste better than yellows.Sounds like you caught the yellows to
    Mako sharks taste at least as good as yellows. Were you a little west of the lighthouse ? I'm envious. Good Job !
     
  10. Livin life

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    Thank you. I was mainly on the northwest corner of the South Island. I scuba dive and “try” to surf so I hope that if I don’t eat the sharks they won’t eat me. Catch and release sharks for me no matter how tasty.
     
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    I use to work on a drag boat in Oregon. We were working in port on our nets and the skipper of another drag boat was doing the same when a seagull crapped all over him. He grabbed his pellet gun and shot the seagull in front of us. This other deckhand told him how the seagulls would get him later. About three months later his boat sunk and they found his body floating in a survival suit.
     
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    Eatmorfish Livin' on borrowed time

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    nice report, thanks. I'll be down there next Tuesday.
     
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    Unless that’s a 2 foot kill bag, those are respectable fish!!
    Nice work
     
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    Great detailed report!! :cheers:
     
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    Right on man, I’m on the same program. Working relationship!
     

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