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!
Windy! Took a while but we got the fish to bite for limits of snapper and a BIG lingcod.
Perfect 65 degree weather for our family from Davis where the temps are 100+. The fish were biting like crazy and two at a time was common. Even grandma got into the action and was pulling in fish. Limits for all plus lingcod.
Flat calm seas and perfect weather with no wind. Got out to the Jurassic Park reef and it was pretty much non-stop action for our six anglers. BIG fish too. Brought home 150 pounds of pacific snapper including a seven pound red and lings to 15 pounds. Live anchovies was the ticket!
Jurassic Park today and WOW! Weather wasn’t perfect but the fishing was better than ever. We hauled in yellowtail, canary, brown, green spot, and reds to eight pounds, petrale sole and lingcod to 16 pounds. Came home with 125 pounds of fish!
Limits of rockfish this afternoon for a couple celebrating their anniversary. They went home with a mixed Bach of olives, black and yellows, browns, some of the largest blacks we’ve seen all season, and were even lucky enough to score a cabezon.
Another run out to the bait grounds for live anchovies then back to our hot spot for rockfish and lingcod. Wham! As soon as we dropped in we scored doubles and more doubles of BIG blues, olive and red pacific snapper. Early limits with 77 keepers and tossed back 20+ to grow. Since we finished rockfish early we came into the halibut grounds and again, Wham! Halibut in the boat but had to go back to grow.
The fishing slowed down this afternoon. At least in the beginning. We ended up drifting right into a nice pile of blues and yellowtail, picked up five big reds, and a few nice coppers. We ended the day with limits for everyone.
What a difference a day makes. Again we were able to get some live bait and once again the bite went wide open! We slammed the snapper today with 80 big red, canary, brown, yellowtail and blues and lingcod! Had a nice fat 17 foot great white shark show itself next to the boat. Great day.
Ran out to the Deep Reef for big game but the winds only allowed us to fish for about an hour. Came in closer and the fish were not biting. Took us all day for 3/4 limits of blue, black, yellowtail, brown and red rockfish, one keeper ling and a salmon that we had to release (out of season).
It was windy this afternoon, but luckily our passengers handled it just fine. We made limits of good quality yellowtail with a few blues and browns mixed in as well.
Great water today with flat calm seas and just a little lump in the water. Had to hunt around a while but finally got a good load of live anchovies for bait. Dropped in our honey hole and it was non-stop pulling in fish. Limited out early with 80 keepers and tossed back more than 20 to grow. Had some extra time so we did four halibut drifts for one halibut that had to go back to grow.
Very nice day today with calm seas and air temp around 70. Got lucky again and after about 30 minutes of hunting around for live anchovies for bait we hit the jackpot. Then ran out to our honey hole and went to work hauling in the the snapper. Caught over 100 fish but let the little’s go and only kept the biggest 75. Fun fun fun!
Wow! Great water and fishing today and the fish were all big! We were able to net some anchovies this morning and the bigger anchovies sure made a difference. Limits plus of BIG blue, olive, canary, brown and red snapper and three lings to 17 pounds!
Weather was a little bit bumpy with a lot of fog today so we decided to head further out to see if we could escape the fog. Found a clearing and dropped in the lines and it was fish on throughout the morning. Nothing really big biting but it was non-stop action. Came home with limits of blue, yellowtail, canary, brown and red pacific snapper and a lingcod.
Great water and weather today and the fishing was red hot with limits plus crew limits of blue, olive, canary and big red pacific snapper.
The fishing was difficult this afternoon. The weather kept us from making it out to more productive spots , but we still managed to make most of our limits of rockfish, and even had a big thresher shark jump right next to the boat.
Not the prettiest of conditions this morning with a mixed up sea with a good amount of fog. Fortunately we fished hard and fast and came in early with some nice blue and yellowtail snapper.
Well the wind found us this afternoon and made fishing a little more interesting but well worth it. Tried a couple of our nearshore honey holes and taking long drifts for blues, olives and some big blacks. The gals out-fished the guys 2 to 1! Fun time!