Fish Report for 4-14-2021

Photo Credit: Royal Polaris Crew

Still Good For Yellowtail and Wahoo

Royal Polaris Crew

Good morning everyone; Well let’s start with the weather, it was overcast most of the day, which made it very pleasant. We n ended to put balloons on the kite, as it was a very long day. And it was a very long day for tuna fishing. But the Wahoo fishing was very good, once again. The Wahoo keeper our angler busy most of the day, as we thing a new batch moved on on the bank. The water temperature is rising, which is not good for the bait. So we will make a decision on what to say after today’s adventure. We will try to put a few more Wahoo and Yellowfin on th boat today. The Wahoo are all good size, with most in the 35 to 50 pound range, and the Yellowfin were in the 90 to 170 pound range. So that’s it for the report, so until tomorrow wish us luck. Team R/P

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