From Royal Polaris Sportfishing
Fish Report for 4-27-2019
Alijos Yellowtail Continue To Bite
Royal Polaris Crew
We arrived to Alijos Rocks at 08:00 hours. Roy looked around for a few minutes, dropped the anchor, and it was game on. We had good action on 15 to 22 pound Yellowtail, then the big one’s moved in. For the rest of the morning we had steady action on 22 to 30 pound Yellows, with a few going over 40.
It was no secret that the surface Iron was the number one producer, followed by live bait in a close second. After lunch we pulled our anchor and headed out to the outer banks of Alijos.
The purpose for this move was to make bait, and it didn’t take long to get what we needed. ￼￼
The purpose for this move was to make bait, and it didn’t take long to get what we needed.
We are now headed for points south, and we will be out of WIFI service tomorrow night. The weather continues to be good, with a slight breeze out of the north west, clear skies, and sunny. So today was a very good day. So until tomorrow, wish us luck. Team R/p
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