Fish Report for 8-28-2017

Royal Polaris Fishing Report

Royal Polaris Crew

Hello Everyone:

Today was really a good day of fishing. Its started off with the first yellowtail coming over the rail around 0800 this morning. We kept 5-8 going for two hours until just before lunch time. The average size around 22-28 pounds with some bigger and some smaller. As quick as it started it was over. we went looking and found small wolf packs schools of yellowtail chasing around bait. After putting several of them into the RSW we pointed the boat south towards our next fishing destination. Wish us luck.

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