From Royal Polaris Sportfishing
Fish Report for 1-6-2023
Royal Polaris Crew
Well the beat goes on, with excellent Wahoo fishing, and decent Yellowfin tuna action. The morning started out a bit sharky, but that's fishing. But we put together a nice day of Wahoo and Yellowfin.
Most of the Yellowfin were in the 60-90 pound range, then we had another group of fish in the 120-140 range, with the largest today going around 150. All the Wahoo are nice fish, which most are 30 to 45 pounds.
Weather continues to a bit cool, with overcast skies, and a very large ground swell most of the day. Wind out of the northeast, with some light rain.
We also caught and released a Blue Marlin, estimated weight was between 350-400 pounds. We made another tank of flying fish tonight, but it's getting harder to get them, with the full moon. Not much more to report, just having a great time.
Until tomorrow, wish us luck. Team R/p
"BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
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