Water was flat as a pancake today and the ocean was full of life with dolphins, whales, otters, sea lions, and great white sharks! Took a ride up the coast to one of our BIG fish honey holes and as soon as we dropped in it was game on. We slammed BIG blues for a couple hours then focused on lingcod with our live sand dab bait. It was truly a MEGA-BITE! Came home with over a 100 pounds of blue rockfish to three pounds and lingcod.
Great day to be on the water! Our folks from Montana and Pennsylvania had a blast nailing their limits plus crew limits of blue, black, olive, brown, canary and red pacific snapper and also brought home four lingcod. Great time!
Very nice weather with flat seas and a sunny 70 degrees out. Caught some live sand dabs for bait then headed up to Jurassic Park for some big fish. Fish were biting great but the lingcod weren’t anywhere to be found. Tried fishing several spots toward Santa Cruz and still no lingcod nor halibut. Came home with limits of some big blues, blacks, olives, canary, brown and red pacific snapper.
Well, the wind finally arrived and it made it a bit more difficult to find fish to bite. We had to move around a lot but we did bring home seven full limits of rockcod. Must have thrown back around 50 to grow and even had to keep some small ones.
Nice flat calm water today with a bit of a southerly swell. Fish were being difficult today but we did manage 3/4 limits plus three lingcod to bring home.
Started out real foggy then cleared in an hour to a beautiful sunny day with little wind. After stopping off for a sand dab bait stop headed up the coast to one of our favorite big fish holes. As soon as we dropped in it was game on! Fished hard for the next several hours until the wind came up. Came home with six nice lingcod and limits of copper, blue, olive, black, and red pacific snapper. Around noon the wind did pick up as we headed home.
Started out foggy and a little chilly as we headed up the coast for the big fish. Stopped off at a sand dab honey hole for lingcod bait then moved on up to our first lingcod spot. Picked up several lingcod and rockfish then started poking around a little more up the coast. Wind picked up so we started heading back and occasionally stopping on the way picking up a ling here and some rockcod there. Around 1pm the bite went cold. Came home with 3/4 limits of snapper and four lings.
A bit foggy start for our local potluck today but seas were flat and calm. Fish were a little finicky and not real big today. Came home with over four limits of rockfish and a couple lingcod. Became sunny and 70 degrees.
Another great day for a Jurassic Park run. Water was flat and wind was calm. This time we ran up to the island and as soon as we dropped in it was game on with lingcod. Once the wind picked up we came in closer to shore and continued hauling in fish. Came home with limits and happy Customers.
What a fantastic day for our Jurassic Park run. Water was flat calm and the wildlife was pretty spectacular. We caught lingcod, rockcod and were treated with one of the best whale shows I’ve ever seen that went on for hours! These things were getting airborne! Great day!
Flat seas today with 65 degree air temp made for some very comfortable fishing weather. And the fish were HOT! We nailed limits of blue, olive, canary, brown and red pacific snapper for our group of six plus kept a few fish for the crew too.
The fishing was slow for the first three hours but right at the end they went on the bite. We made our limits of nice size rockfish in about thirty minutes. Happy people.
We had a lot of swell this morning, making it a little uncomfortable but we still managed to catch our limits of rockfish as well as a nice lingcod.
Great fishing today for 7 limits of olives, blues and copper pacific snapper.
Great weather and great fishing today and the fish got real lucky. Our party decided that today was a catch and release day so back went all the rockcod and lingcod. Happy birthday Tim!
The rockfish were on fire at the island today. All a big grade. Limits for the boat with a nice lingcod on the pile.
Very flat seas today and a perfect 70 degrees pretty much all day. Ran up the coast a ways and started bagging fish right away. Only boated a couple lings along with 8 limits of nice brown, copper, canary, olive, blue, black and red pacific snapper. 80 fish day.
Great weather today and great fishing up at Ano Nuevo. Our six of anglers went to work as soon as we dropped in and it was game on. Came home with six limits of lingcod and rockfish and six real happy Customers. Happy Birthday Rob!
Our last deep reef trip for the season and it couldn’t have been on a better day. Perfect weather and limits of rockfish lingcod and a sole to throw on top. Even had a nice whale and dolphin show to add to the experience.
Beautiful weather today. Flat water, no wind and limits of rockfish!
Jurassic Park Deep Reef today and what a day! Flat as a pancake water and the fish were biting like crazy! Caught some sand dabs for lingcod bait then ran over to the lingcod hot spot. BAMM! Limits of lingcod then headed to the rockfish honey hole and WHAM! Limits of olive, canary, brown, and red pacific snapper to seven pounds! Came home with over 150 pounds of fish. Great day.
Jurassic Park trip and wow. Lingcod were on fire! Came home with more than 125 pounds of lingcod for our six anglers. One of them was over 21 pounds! We have perfect weather for the remainder of the week so come on down to the boat and let’s load ‘er up! Call toll free 1-888-662-9800
Bachelor Party time and all six from Sacramento have never fished on the ocean before. What a great experience for them all with flat seas and just a little wind to cool things off. Got back to where we left off this morning and immediately we got into a steady bite of quality blue and olives for limits plus.
Water was flat calm and the group was eager to get out there and whoop it up! Slow start but Wham! the bite went wide open and we came home with limits for seven of mixed sized canary, brown, china, blue and olive rockfish. One happy group!
Probably the calmest water we’ve seen this year. Perfect conditions for a great time of catching more than sixty fish but only bring home forty. Good whale show too.
Had a little difficulty finding live anchovies this morning so after several attempts we decided to run out to Jurassic Park with squid. Fish didn’t seem to mind toooooo much but it definitely made a difference in the volume of fish. We got into the lingcod and snapper pretty good today and brought home 75 pounds of fine meat.
Really nice weather today and flat seas with no fog! Headed to our local fishing holes and immediately started loading up with limits of mixed sized blue, olive, black, brown, canary and red pacific snapper! Also brought home a nice lingcod.
Nice change of pace today. Instead of fishing we worked with The *National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and *Jet Propulsion Laboratory of The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on a very interesting offshore project that I can’t talk about. Lot’s of fun and tomorrow we’re back to fishing!
Jurassic Park – Deep Reef today and it was non-stop action all day for limits of BIG red, canary, brown, greenspot, yellowtail pacific snapper, petrale sole and four lings to 16 pounds. Came home with 150 pounds of fish! Live anchovies did the trick.
Absolutely awesome day on our Meat Run. Came home with 225+ pounds (limits plus for six people) of lingcod, snapper and some petrale sole all while playing around with six salmon. Happy Birthday Jennie!