Fish Report for 10-13-2017


Tim Ekstrom

A tranquil end to the adventure as we made our way across an ocean alluringly becalmed. No wind - grease calm has a way of speaking to an instinct deep in our core. Whether one possesses a sea faring disposition or not it is understood that such conditions on the high seas are a rare event to be savored and appreciated. Eliciting a sense of well being unique and contagious the day was passed in high spirits though no fish were to be had. As preparations for arrival were made leisure was still foremost. Time passed in a flash.

Before focusing on the next voyage departing Saturday we extend our sincere gratitude to all who joined this adventure and Brandon Hayward for spearheading the run. I mentioned our respect and support for “The Bight” publication on the way south. In closing I do so again emphasizing that the material within each issue enriches our knowledge of this regional fishery like no other has. It’s our honor to associate with such vision.

Final voyage photos feature long time Royal Star legend, “Las Rocas” charter master himself, Glenn Evans who closed out our time at the island with this fine, 130 pound class beauty. Photo number two features Hugh Ngo with this 155 pound trophy yellowfin that called for immediate celebration.

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