Monthly Archives: June 2012

Fishing Report- 6/29

Captain Joe Riley took a crew out to chase some bluefin tuna, and they sure did make some pretty work of it. Justin Sacngo, Mark Lillard, Ian Washburn, and Bryan Berezonn Ended the day with one bluefin over 47″, one … Continue reading

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Fishing Report- 6/24

Captain Joe Riley returned from an overnight trip with a lot of flags flying and a happy crew! The crew- Jeff Lietch, Justin Lietch, George Bell, and Tim Smith ended their 30 hour trip with 7 yellowfin tuna, 1 bluefin … Continue reading

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Fishing Report- 6/21

Well, it’s called fishing and not catching for a reason, as much as we hate that slogan… Captain Mike Abell pushed through a tough bite today, but was able to land Matt Schline his first yellowfin tuna! Fishing with Matt … Continue reading

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Fishing Report 6/20

Captain Mike Abell had the pleasure of fishing with a fine crew aboard the Muff Diver today. Matt Grice, Matt Grice Jr., Joseph Mihm, Bunky McAllister, Kelly Viens, and Tyler Green spent the day fishing the 50-60 fathom area southeast … Continue reading

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Fishing Report- 6/18

Captain Mike Abell had a great trip today with guests: Nick Jasper (aka the Ahi Assassin!), Chuck Shelton, Mike Strosnioga, Mike Norris, Phil Ardizzone, and Mike Norris Jr. The group found a nice temperature break and weed line just outside … Continue reading

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Fishing Report 6/17/12

Well, the seas were angry and everyone though we were fools for going, but Captain Mike Abell with mates Wayne Bradford and Ryan “Rambo” Knapp ventured to the Washington Canyon for an overnight trip. Our guests- Brian Georg, Ron Georg, … Continue reading

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6/12/12 Update: Make-up trips in the works- AND NEW VIDEOS!!!

Hello all, fishing has been great so far with the tuna coming in early and seeming to certainly be sticking around. The fish are scattered out there up and down the 50-100 fathom area, but they are there and we … Continue reading

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