Very unfortunate since our biggest problem today was a lack of drift from no wind most of the day. The guys who worked the spros gulps hard all day wound up with nice fish in the coolers while the folks dragging natural baits did not fare well with the lack of drift.
If you want a legitimate shot at both a boat load of big Yellowfins plus Big Eyes, the 24 or 30 hour overnight trips to the Washington Canyon offer the some of the finest tuna fishing most will ever experience now. We will be at the dock for the next few days with the nasty weather but are available this coming Thursday-Friday or Friday-Saturday for either an open boat make-up trip for singles and small parties or regular 6 person charter down to the Washington Canyon where this great tuna bite is happening.
Boleslaw Motyka of Wallington, NJ., Greg Appleton of Pennsburg, PA.,Greta Klaus of Annarbor, MI., Doug Facchine of Haddonfield, NJ.,Chuck Nagel of Ridley Park, PA., Bill Haubrich of Phila, PA., all took Pools aboard the SEA STAR III this week. The SEA STAR III started to search different areas of the Bay and even took a trip to the Ocean to find better Fluke action.