We now have Guadalupe Permits!
2016 Beck/Wagstaff / 6 Day Trip from Jun 26, 2016
by Tommy Rothery, 6-26-2016
Today we departed on Joe Beck and Mal Wagstaf's annual six day trip, which is our first post-boat work excursion! We left the bay around 11am with a great load of mixed sized sardine and mackerel. Shortly after departing the bay, chef Mike prepared the guys bratwursts with a broccoli salad. We are now working our way south to the yellowfin grounds. We will be in that yellowfin zone by morning, but for the time being we are keeping our eyes out for those giant bluefin. The area we are in there are about 30 or so live bluefin tuna pen boats that are each towing two pens each. We have also seen a couple big blue whales that were heading north-bound.
Chef Mike is making 30lbs of beautiful prime-rib tonight served with salad and a baked potato.
Written by Kyle of the Polaris Supreme
Polaris Supreme Trip Report 06-27-2016
by Team Supreme, 6-27-2016
You know today I was thinking what a great job I have! Of course the weather is flat calm, that helps. No we didn't kick the heck out of a bunch of fish, but I did get to fish all day and was not stuck in traffic once. We did land 18 school Tuna and 5 nice yellowtail, on kelp's, Dolphin, blind jig strikes and other assorted methods. We saw close to a hundred pie plate size baby turtles, along with fin-back whales, blue whales, and big albatross birds.The day was finished with good news from our buddy boat who had some incredible yellowtail fishing in which we will be waking up to bright and early tomorrow morning!
by Team Supreme, 6-28-2016
Polaris Supreme Trip Report 06-28-2016
A beautiful Tuesday we are having! Four yellowtail average per passenger and great weather. We are busy and
that's all we have time for tonight Brendan just landed a 30 plus Yellow and its 9:00. Sea Ya Tomorrow.
Polaris Supreme Crew!
by Team Supreme, 6-30-2016
Polaris Supreme Trip Report 06-29 to 30-2016
Hi guys, sorry for the lack of a report yesterday. Yesterday was a tough day caused by the conditions and, especially the sea lions. On the other-hand, today is a hell of a lot better day. We have been steadily picking away at a phenomenal grade of yellowtail all day long. The yellows are eating anything from fly-line sardine and dropper-loop to the surface iron and yoyo jigs. Many people caught their limits today. As far as the plan for tomorrow, we will be trying something different.
Wish us luck,
by Team Supreme, 7-01-2016
We got lucky today in some great weather today and landed 6 Beautiful Bluefin. As usual this year their was plenty of schools to look at that didn't want to bite. Thank you Joe and Mal.I always have a great time fishing with you and THE BOY'S. We are departing tomorrow on a 3 day trip and we have 2 openings.
Tommy and Crew!