Fish Report for 11-15-2020

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Royal Polaris Sportfishing

O-Boy

11-15-2020
Royal Polaris Crew
www.royalpolaris.com

Hello everyone;

O-Boy, what a first 24 hours of fishing.  We had limit style Yellowtail fishing on 25 to 40 pound Yellowtail, with a handful of Wahoo mixed in.  Even though it was our first day of fishing, it started out around 0900 hours, and didn’t stop until 06:00 hours the next morning.  We had excellent Yellowtail fishing, mostly on the dropper-loop.  These were all deep water Yellows, and we did have some tangles in the mix, but you except that fishing deep water Yellowtail. 

The Wahoo fishing was just ok, but we put some tine in, and caught about 30 skins for our efforts. 

On our second day of fishing, it was like a very limited load charter, with only 5 to 8 anglers fishing most of the day.  After a long day and night, most spent the day sleeping.  We had an excellent surf and turf dinner tonight, as tri-tip and lobster were on the menu. 

We will give this night time Yellowtail fishing another day, then make a decision on what’s next. 

Weather is on the sloppy side, with 15 to 18 knots of breeze, a slight swell, and sunny.  Not much more to report, hope you enjoy the photos.  Team R/p.

“BeNt RoDs 4 Life”



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