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Latest Fish Reports

Ninth inning Yellows!

by Team Supreme, 9-22-2018



Today was by no means easy. We did a lot of moving and re positioning. We had to grind it out for a few Yellowtail. Until the last 2 hours when they wanted to bite. Our bite window was well utilized and we were able to do some damage on some 18-25 lb Yellowtail. Great quality and great numbers to end on!

We are headed up the line tomorrow.


Schools in the morning and large models in the afternoon.

by Team Supreme, 9-21-2018



Today we had a good morning hit on the Tuna and Yellowtail. We were able to fill in the cracks for the people who still needed Tuna and also be selective for the larger models. After that we spent the day working up. picking up a few more Wahoo, Grouper, and larger Yellowtail .

We will be focusing on Yellowtail tomorrow.




Getting schooled by the rock monsters

by Team Supreme, 9-20-2018




Today was slow fishing for Wahoo. We only landed a couple. Not many bites and some were eaten by sharks. The conditions were rough and we were rolling around pretty good. We did have a shot at some large Yellowtail. They were deep in some treacherous country. For those who buttoned down their drags and pulled with all their might were able to tear a few from the rocks. A small victory on a otherwise slow day.

Tomorrow we will still be pursuing Wahoo, but will be in good country for Tuna and Yellowtail as well.


Clean in the dark some sorting in the light.

by Team Supreme, 9-19-2018




Today we had a good morning hit on the better grade tuna. Once the sun came up the tuna were still there and biting, but the skip jack moved in as well. Eventually it settled into a pick on the great grade tuna through the skip jack. We also had some Grouper and large Yellowtail mixed in.

We will be in search of Wahoo tomorrow.




The list grows!

by Team Supreme, 9-18-2018




We finally got settled in here late. The fishing was good, with a lot of action and a lot of variety. Tuna was the main game in town, they started small but eventually cleaned up into a nice 18-35 lb average. Mixed in with the Tuna were some Yellowtail, Grouper, and a Wahoo. A nice mixed bag to start off with.

Wild Bill draws first blood!

by Team Supreme, 9-17-2018



Still heading down here. Had to go a little further than planned, but we did manage to put our first fish on the boat. Here we have Wild Bill Walsh with the first Wahoo of the trip!

Making turns towards variety!

by Team Supreme, 9-16-2018




We are headed south at the moment. Today will consist of mainly rigging and prepping. Primarily for Yellowfin Tuna and Wahoo.

We are looking for kelps today to keep them honest but our main focus is on making good speed for tomorrow.

Rolling up!

by Team Supreme, 9-15-2018


Rolling up!

Today we had to leave the peaceful waters of the Island to start making our way north. The sea is rolling us around for the course we need to take. Overall it is a smooth ride so far. Looking like an on time arrival tomorrow morning in San Diego.

Pictured here is Tim with a monster Yellowtail.

In it together.

by Team Supreme, 9-14-2018




Today was a tough day. The fish were there and the conditions were good, the fish were just less eager. Everyone was on the right program when it came to hustling the fish in to avoid the sharks. So the opportunities we did have we were able to capitalize on.

Pictured here are fishing buddies Sean with Mark, and Dennis with Travis showing off their captures! Good going guys!

Real world trials.

by Team Supreme, 9-13-2018




Today was filled with a lot of action and success. We had a lot of bites but also many shark casualties as well. Our solution pull until the line breaks or the fish is on the boat. In the process we were able to rule out certain 1/0 hooks that were not strong enough for the tuna we are catching and learn how hard we could truly pull on these fish.

From the hustle we were able to boat enough fish to make this our best day thus far, and stream line our gear selection.

Pictured here is Sophie and Windy with two big tuna that were successfully hustled from the sharks on the right gear.

Hopefully tomorrow has similar results!