December 19th – Brrr again! Was 34 degress out when we left the dock. Slow start but really good fishing later in the morning with limits plus crew fish of blacks, blues, olive and red rockcod. Because of the 10+ foot high ground swell majority of our fish were caught up high and low flying lings didn’t bite today. Finished up the day with air temp 58 degrees, clear and 48 fish.
December 16th – Oh Yeah! Bit warmer out and the ocean was all ours today. We nailed it good too. Limits of quality reds to 5 pounds, blacks, blues, olives and white belly rockcod and 6 NICE lings to 18 pounds in the box. Lost a few lings too. Great day and great group. Air temp 50 degrees, overcast, 72 fish.
December 15th – Wide open rockcod fishing today with limits for all plus crew limits of BIG blacks, blues, olives and reds. Missed a couple nice lingcod too. Brrrrr. Air temp 34 degrees and warmed up to 44, overcast, 60 fish.
November 26th – Weather’s a changing but water was still very nice and calm. Tried for the Humbolt Squid again with no results so headed back in for black, olive, blue rockcod and 4 nice keeper lingcod and three back in the drink to grow. Air temp 62, overcast, 39 fish.
November 25th – Great day and fun fun fun with limits plus crew limits of BIG black, olive and blue rockcod. Had to toss a couple short lings back to grow. Air temp 61, clear, 75 fish.
November 24th – Crisp morning and flat calm water. Really nice fishing day with limits of BIG black and BIG blue rockcod and one 17 pound monster lingcod. Air temp 60, clear as a bell, 61 fish.
November 23rd – Bit chilly morning with beautiful crisp air and skies. And limits of BIG black and blue rockcod and a couple missed lingcod. Air temp 55, clear as a bell, 62 fish.
November 20th – CrAzY day. Storm’s coming in but water was fishable and we only caught limits of BIG blacks and BIG olives then the Humbolt Squid arrived. Big squid and they were on fire! 15 pounders and they kept coming over the rail and we lost some too. Pretty wild. Air temp 55, overcast with occasional drizzle, 65 fish + squid.
November 12th – Chilly morning and warmed up real nice late morning. Water was flat calm and we smacked the rockcod good! Limits of BIG black, olive, red, blue and white-belly rockcod and a couple lingcod take downs. Air temp 55, clear, 80 fish.
November 3rd – Beautiful day on the water and lots of fun fishing. Limits plus crew fish of BIG blacks, olives and blues and two keeper lingcod to 11 pounds. Air temp 64 degrees, clear, 66 fish.
October 28th – Headed out to the usual grounds and didn’t get the bite we were looking for so went out a bit farther to one of our favorite secret spots and BAMM! A lot of BIG blues to 3 pounds and olives were waiting for us. Brought home one nice lingcod and lost a few others. Air temp 65 degrees, clear, 71 fish.
October 27th – Beautiful day on the water and great fishing too. Early limits of BIG black, red, blue and olive rockcod and two nice keeper lingcod. Lost a few lingcod too. Air temp 63 degrees, clear, 67 fish.
October 26th – Back to normal fishing and weather! Great day on the water and plenty of fishing action too. Lost eight lingcod! Brought home limits of BIG black, olive and blue rockcod. Air temp 64 degrees, clear. 80 fish.
October 21st – Just when things seem to be calming down… storm coming in and the fish know it. Difficult water today and cut the trip short due to high winds and big swell. Half+ limits of black, blue, olive and red rockcod. Need to take a few days off the water and let the storm blow through. Air temp 62 degrees, clear. 35 fish.
October 20th – Very nice flat calm water and warm weather. We had a great time catching limits of BIG blacks, reds, olives and blue rockcod and a couple lingcod of which one we brought home. Air temp 64 degrees, clear. 67 fish.
October 17th – Weather not perfect and a bigger lump but we kept plugging away for limits plus crew fish of blues and olives. Fish on the smaller size. Air temp 65 degrees, clear. 62 fish.
October 15th – Great weather but the water has a pretty big lump makig fishing a little more difficult. We got into some BIG blacks and olives. Air temp 61 degrees, overcast. 33 fish.
October 14th – Great weather and great group of fishermen! Nailed limits of vermillions (6 nice reds), big blues, blacks and olives. Got a few lingcod bites and managed to get one keeper to take home. Air temp 63 degrees, crystal clear. 63 fish.
October 13th – Fish On! Perfect weather and wide open big blues and olive bite and vermillion to 7 pounds! Limits plus crew fish. Air temp 66 degrees, clear as a bell. 64 fish.
October 12th – Weather still a little weird with East wind and West swell but we stuck it out and were rewarded with limits plus crew limits of BIG reds to 8 pounds!, some BIG blacks and a little on the smaller side blues and olives. Air temp 60 degrees, overcast. 74 fish.
October 11th – Weather a little bumpy today so we had to work a little harder for fish. Got into the rockcod pretty solid and got limits plus crew fish of quality black and blues. Also hooked a couple lingcod and brought one home. Air temp 60 degrees, overcast. 54 fish.
October 7th – About as good as it gets water today and lots of great fishing action and a big bonus with Cicero’s Pizza of San Jose providing all the pizza! Had nice limits for all of BIG blacks, blues and olives. Moved to lingcod territory and managed two hookups with one in 15 pound lingcod in the boat. Air temp 62 degrees, clear. 66 fish.
October 6th – Gorgeous flat calm day on the water again. Hammered out limits for six of BIG black and blue and olives. Hooked into a couple lingcod and managed to get one in the boat. Air temp 61 degrees, clear. 61 fish.
October 5th – Beautiful day and great catching. Limits and crew limits of BIG black, olive and blue rockcod. Air temp 62 degrees, clear. 75 fish.
October 4th – Perfect weather today and the swell is coming down making for a much more comfortable trip. We got into the BIG blacks today and olive and blue rockcod. Limits for all plus crew limits. Lost one nice ling at the boat. Air temp 61 degrees, overcast. 77 fish.
October 1st – South swell still here but didn’t deter our crew and we got into some BIG blacks, olives and blues and a couple nice keeper lingcod. Air temp 66 degrees (was 100 on land!), clear. 42 fish.
September 30th – South swell still around and making catching a little more difficult. Moved to another secret spot and hammered out limits for all plus crew fish of nice black, blue and olive rockcod. Couple small lings hooked up too. Air temp 60 degrees, clear. 61 fish.
September 29th – South swell in town so fishing started out a little slower than usual. Moved to an old secret spot and the bite went wide-open for big black, blue and olibe rockcod. Limits for all plus crew limits. Air temp 58 degrees, clear. 67 fish.
September 19th – Fished for rockcod, lingcod, salmon, halibut and white seabass today. Came home with limits and crew limits of BIG black and olive rockcod. Weather seems to be turning and the swell is getting big. Probably not too fishable for a few days. Air temp 64 degrees, clear. 70 fish.
September 18th – Went big and fished for rockcod, lingcod, salmon, halibut and white seabass! Came home with limits plus fish of BIG black, olive and blue rockcod and two lingcod to 10 pounds. Lost a couple lingcod too. One was one of those really big kind. Lingcod are starting their annual spawn and getting real snappy. Air temp 60 degrees, clear. 52 fish.
September 15th – Again we went big and fished for rockcod, lingcod, halibut, seabass and salmon! And again we came home with limits plus crew limits of BIG black, olive and blue rockcod and one keeper lingcod. Air temp 60 degrees, overcast. 81 fish.
September 14th – Perfect water and perfect fishing today. We fished for rockcod, lingcod, halibut, seabass and salmon! Came home with limits for all plus crew limits of BIG black and olive rockcod and we hooked up but never got to see a couple nice lingcod. Air temp 61 degrees & overcast. 80 fish.
September 10th – Smashed through the limit barrier today with olive, vermillion and GIANT black rockcod to 3 pounds today and a 15 pound lingcod. Missed a couple lings too.
September 9th – This is becoming a really good rockcod season. Our six anglers put in early limits of BIG black and olive rockcod plus crew fish.
September 6th – Whaaaaack! Smashed out limits for all plus crew limits of BIG, I mean really BIG, black rockcod today. BIG fish just kept coming over the side.
September 4th – South Swell-B-Gone! Hammered the rockcod today with limits plus crew limits of BIG olives, blues and blacks. Lost a BIG lingcod and brought home a 12 pounder. Great day.
September 3rd – Still have a South swell but we managed to get into the BIG olive, black, blue, brown and red rockcod today and brought home 3 keeper lingcod and let a couple more go to grow.
September 2nd – South swell coming in so fishing was a little tougher today but once we got them to bite we were rewarded with BIG olives, reds, blacks and blues and three keeper lingcod and a few more lings let go to grow.
September 1st – Beautiful day on the bay today and great fishing too. 25 pound salmon! And, limits of BIG black, blue and olive rockcod. Lost a couple lingcod to boot.
August 29th – BuMpY water today but stayed clear most of the day. Limits of BIG black and olive rockcod. Missed a lingcod and tried for a couple hours at Seabass.
August 28th – Nice clear Summer day today with air temp 61 and water aroun 59. Almost like vacation time! BIG black, blue and olive rockcod limits for all.
August 26th – Water was a little bumpier but that didn’t stop our team of fishing fools from racking up limits of big black, blue and olive rockcod. Lost a nice halibut under the boat.
August 25th – Perfect water and great group of anglers today with limits of nice olive, blue, black rockcod and a couple nice lingcod.
August 24th – Still good fishing weather and good rockcod fishing. 3/4 limits of nice olive, blue, black and BIG red rockcod and one keeper lingcod.
August 23rd – Like a lake today. Limits of quality olive, blue, black and red rockcod and 3 lingcod to 9 pounds.
August 22nd – Nice fishing day and good catching. Limits of quality olive, blue, black and red rockcod and 4 lings to 14 pounds. Lost a few big lings too.
August 20th – Water was a little bumpy today but that didn’t stop our group of enthusiastic anglers from going for the kill. We didn’t get limits of rockcod but we did tangle with 9 lingcod including a 15 pound brute of which 4 ended up in the box.
August 19th – Great day on the water today and we got into the fish big time! Brought in three lingcod, lost a couple too and brought home limits plus crew limits of quality olive, blue and black rockcod and a BIG Starry rockcod!
August 18th – The boys are back in town! BAMM on the olive rockcod today to two pounds with limits for all plus crew limits. Hooked into something *BIG* that crawled into a cave and never came out. Probably the biggest lingcod in the world. OK, it wasn’t the biggest but it was in the 20 pound class.
August 17th – Really nice group wanting to kick back and relax after a week of meetings. Left at 1:30PM and started drifting out front for halibut. Lost one BIG halibut and caught various lingcod and rockcod.
August 15th – Picture perfect day on the water today. Like a lake! Limits of BIG vermillion, black, blue and olive rockcod today with one missed lingcod.
August 14th – Perfect day on the water for nearshore fishing of rockcod and lingcod. Quality black, blue, olive rockcod and one keeper lingcod and another BIG one that got away.
August 13th – Great salmon fishing today with hookups as soon as we dropped in. Fish were smallish but we managed five salmon for five great anglers.
August 12th – Salmon again but the bite died. We lost three.
August 11th – Went for salmon today and we did good! Lost three salmon (two to sea lions) and brought home 5 nice salmon!
August 10th – Ba-da-bing! Trifecta today with limits of quality olive, black and blue rockcod, nice keeper lingcod and a 15 pound halibut.
August 9th – Better water conditions today and we fished nearshore for limits for all plus crew limits of BIG black, blue and olive rockcod. Salmon still scarce.
August 8th – Water was bumpy this morning so stayed nearshore and found limits of all plus crew of BIG blacks, blue and olive rockcod. Lost one nice lingcod.
August 6th – Foggy today but flat calm water. Early limits for all plus crew limits of quality blue, black and olive rockcod plus one keeper lingcod.
August 5th – Flat calm water again and great catching of blue, black and olive rockcod plus one keeper lingcod. A few lings got away and one nice halibut hookup lost. Limits of rockcod for all plus crew.
August 4th – Nice water day today with some great catching of BIG black, blue and olives to 19 inches! Also brought home three nice lingcod and left a few behind too.
August 3rd – Little bumpier in the morning so started out a bit slow but then mid morning the bite went wide open with limits of olive, blue and black rockcod and a BIG 35″ lingcod to take home.
August 2nd – Another flat calm day on the water and great fishing. Limits of quality black, olive and blue rockcod and a BIG 20 pound halibut to go. We were able to jig up some nice mackerel for halibut bait and it paid off.
August 1st – Flat calm water all day long and happy fishermen with limits of quality black, olive and blue rockcod and two nice keeper lingcod.
July 29th – Little bit choppy today but didn’t seem to bother the fish. Limits for all plus crew limits of nice quality olive, black, blue and BIG vermillion rockcod, a few shaker lingcod and two NICE halibut to take home. Lot’s a quality nearshore fishing today.
July 28th – Perfect day on the water and lots of great fishing. Limits for all of BIG black, blue, olive and brown rockcod.
July 27th – Another beautiful day on the water and once again good fishing fun! Limits for all plus crew fish of nice black, blue, olive and brown rockcod, a couple shaker lingcod and a Tiger rockcod. A way cool looking fish so the angler took it home to get mounted. Even caught a a giant rubber-lipped perch two miles from shore!
July 26th – Beautiful day on the water today and lots of fun action! Limits for all plus crew of BIG blacks, olive and blue rockcod.
July 25th – Fished nearshore today and got into some good black, blue and olive rockcod. Limits for all.
July 24th – Tried for salmon again but found only one shaker so came in nearshore for rockcod and were rewarded with limits of big black and blue and olive rockcod.
July 22nd – Water was a bit bumpy but very fishable and the fish were on the bite! Limits for all of blue, olive, black and red rockcod and a nice keeper lingcod. Lost a couple nice lings too.
July 21st – Tried for White Sea Bass for a few hours then pulled the plug and went for lingcod and rockcod. Limits of nice quality blue, black, olive rockcod and one nice keeper lingcod.
July 20th – Another try at salmon but after a couple hours we pulled the plug and went nearshore for lingcod and rockcod. Great catching limits of blue and olive rockcod and two big lingcod. Lost a couple nice lingcod too.
July 19th – Tried for salmon today and after a few hours of no hits we decided to go nearshore for rockfish and lingcod. We blasted the rockcod with limits for all and crew of olives, blues and blacks and lost a nice lingcod hookup.
July 18th – Another flat calm water day and lots of rockcod action. Limits for six of browns, olive, blue and black rockcod.
July 17th – Flat calm water today and lots of quality rockcod. Limits of red, olives and blue rockcod today for six.
July 15th – Early bite today and of course this is the day the boat didn’t leave till after 7AM! We did manage to get four salmon in the boat.
July 14th – Lots of boats out today and lots of fish being caught. We had 17 salmon hookups and brought home ten salmon to 20 pounds. Great flat water day today.
July 13th – Commercial salmon fishing today. Bite was red hot with fish to 25 pounds (gill & gutted). Sold fish at the boat $7 a pound the rest went to Staff of Life. If you want to buy fresh salmon I recomend buying at the boats on the dock around 2-3pm or Staff of Life on Water Street or www.pacificfresh.com . It doesn’t get any fresher (unless you catch it yourself on the MEGA-BITE).
July 12th – Great day of fishing today with great whale shows of orcas, blue and humbacks all over the place and the fishing was great too! Hooked into 16 salmon today and brought home 11 salmon to 20 pounds for six people.
July 10th – Started out flat calm and foggy and started catching salmon as soon as we dropped in. Hooked into 12 salmon today and managed to bring home six.
July 8th – Great family trip and we got into the rockcod big time! Limits + crew limits of blues, olives and blacks and a nice keeper lingcod.
July 7th – Fun fun fun! Slow start but boy did things pick up! Lots of quality vermillion, blacks, blues, brown and olive rockcod and nice blue lingcod. The girls out fished the boys again.
July 6th – Nice BIG salmon today and whales everywhere! Biggest fish went 22 pounds and smallest 15. Had to let a couple shakers go too.
July 5th – Another gorgeous day on the water and quite a few whales still around but seems the salmon have taken the day off.