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The overnight tuna scene remains good and should be good thru October. However as we get into October we will be shifting gears toward tog fishing. We still have a couple of more overnight trips scheduled and hope to load the boat up with tuna before taking the offshore gear off for the season. Inshore bottom fishing has seen been good with the croakers and we understand there are a fair number of seabass showing up as well.
Brian Oaks and friends were scheduled for a day trolling trip that and we converted to a night trip. Well as luck would have it the tunas bit good until 10 pm that evening so we missed the early bite that night and they never really bit again that evening. We did wind up harvesting a swordfish, a dolphin and released a 250 lb class blue shark. After losing a few more days to weather we took Steve Henry and friends to the canyon for an overnighter. We finished the trip with two 75 lb class yellowfin, a dolphin and a 168 lb bigeye.
Next we were joined by Mark Anderson and friends for a day of bottom fishing and found the croakers very agreeable. Jim Skymba and family had a nice trip on the croakers as well despite some inclement conditions to start the trip.
Brad Amaro and friends joined us for a day of bottom fishing and we were once again greeted by inclement conditions so we dropped the sea anchor over and the group wound up with a nice catch of croakers by days end. Abner Stoltsfus and friends joined us for an overnighter to the canyon and brought home three nice yellowfin tuna to 84 lbs, a dolphin, and a 114 lb mako.
Capt. Carey Evans
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