Fish Report for 4-10-2021

BANG 398 lb. Yellowfin

Royal Polaris Crew

What a day we had. The big boys showed up, and the tax man let us fish. Big fish honors goes out to Rick Allen, with a giant Yellowfin tuna, that topped the scale at 398 pounds. Just a beautiful fish. Rick was using a puffer fish, that one of the Yellowfin had just been flushed out. This is Rick’s second 300 pounder for the trip. We also had 3 other fish over 200 pounds. Tom Newman, with a 254, Stan Know, with a 234, and Pete Wright, with a 234 pound Yellowfin tuna. We also had another 10-15 fish in the 120 to 175 pound range. Wahoo fishing today picked up a little. We made another tank of flying fish, and we are down for the night. So that’s our report for today. Until tomorrow, good luck and good fishing. Team R/p

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