From Intrepid Sportfishing
Fish Report for 11-13-2017
We awoke this morning to a light breeze and small, prevailing north east sea. Our first fish was hooked just as it was cracking first light, about a 140# class yellowfin tuna. We landed a few more similar grade tuna on the flylined sardine and on the sinker rigs. Just as the sun was rising above the horizon, our good friend Gary Alexander boated one that taped out at 202#. Strong work Gary! The rest of our day was a steady scratch at mostly 120# to 180# tuna with usually 1 to 3 hooked most of the day. We had a little shot late in the afternoon and were busy until dark. The guys working hard at finesse fishing the flylined sardines had the most success. We also picked up a handful of wahoo through out the day. Overall, a super fun day on the Bank. We ended the day with an amazing dinner by our chefs of brazed short ribs, and a homemade bread pudding for dessert. Life is good on the Intrepid. We have high hopes for tomorrow. Wish us luck, Captain Bill Cavanaugh and the Intrepid Team
The Intrepid runs long-range trips from Point Loma Sportfishing in San Diego, CA. If you would like to join us on a fishing trip please call Steve Hoffman at (619) 224-4088 or BOOK ONLINE.
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