From Royal Polaris Sportfishing
Fish Report for 8-4-2020
Limits By Lunch
Royal Polaris Crew
Well when you think things can’t get any better, then you haven’t fished the Royal Polaris. We arrived to our destination late last night, and the Bluefin found us. We would start this trip out with a BANG!! Once the smoke cleared, we had boated 40 Bluefin in the 25 to 40 pound range. Once the sun came up, it was time to start looking. The reports were not so good for the morning, but things would shine on us. We found a school that wanted to play. We would boat another 40 Bluefin, 20 Yellowfin, and 20 Yellowtail.
So with that note, we did some more searching and Roy made the decision to try the island. We arrived to the Coronado’s around 16:00 hours, and we just a great time catching large Calico Bass, Sheepshead’s, just to name a few. As the sunset, we would have dinner at the island, then head for home. It was a very good day to fish the Royal Polaris. Weather was perfect with overcast skies, to keep it nice, flat seas, and hot and heavy fishing. So until tomorrow, good luck and good fishing. Team R/p.
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Hello everyone; After a great trip, we are departing on our next day and a half trip. With high hopes, and good reports from the boats down south we are looking forward to what the sunrise will bring. On our last trip, we had limits of Bluefin tuna, a hand full of Yellowtail and Yellowfin tuna to top off the trip. Weather is just perfect, no wind, sunny and warm. We are just drifting tonight, and it’s like being tied up...... Read More
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