From Royal Polaris Sportfishing
Fish Report for 9-6-2021
Royal Polaris Crew
Hello everyone; Well sorry for not reporting for the last few days, but with rough weather, it’s kina of hard to type, and keep a cool head. So with the weather coming down, we are back on line. We departed on the 3rd of September on a 1.75 trip, and mother nature was not nice to us. With the weather being up, we tried for some night time Bluefin fishing, but that was not going to happen. So we made a move, dropped our anchor and rock away for the night. Once the sun came up, it was time to get busy. We had a steady Yellowtail bite for the morning, with one to two going most of the time. Most of the fish were in the 18 to 25 pound range. We also added a handful of Yellowtail for our efforts. We like to thank the friends and families from Arizona for coming out and hope to see you in the near future. So until next time, good luck and good fishing. Team R/p.
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