Update for Sep. 20, 2020 6:40 PM

Sunday


September 17, 2020, COVID Update: We have received many calls from concerned customers regarding their fishing trips. We are OPEN and will be running all trips as scheduled. Our fleet is doing everything they can to ensure that we observe all safety protocols to provide the safest environment possible for your fishing trip.

09/20/2020
The Pacific Dawn called in Limits of Dorado (44), 17 Yellowfin Tuna, and 5 Bluefin Tuna from 160 to 240 pounds and still fishing for their 2.5 day trip for 11 angers.

The Intrigue called in with LIMITS of Dorado (12) and 2 Yellowtail for their Full Day trip with 6 Anglers.

The Dolphin called in with 8 Dorado and 5 Yellowfin Tuna for their Full Day Trip with 36 Anglers.

The Fortune called in with 82 Yellowfin Tuna, 21 Dorado and 8 Yellowtail for their 2 Day trip with 18 Anglers.

The Liberty called in with LIMITS (92) Dorado, 44 Yellowfin Tuna and 1 Skipjack for their 2 Day trip with 23 Anglers.

The Condor called in with LIMITS of Dorado (68) and LIMITS of  Yellowfin Tuna (170)  for their 1.5 day trip with 34 anglers. 

The Pegasus called in with LIMITS of Yellowfin Tuna (200) and LIMITS of Dorado (80) for 20 anglers on their 2.5 day trip. 

The Pacific Queen returned this AM with LIMITS of Dorado (50) and13 Yellowfin Tuna for 25 anglers on their 1.5 Day trip. 

The Islander returned this AM with LIMITS of Dorado(62), 5 Yellowfin Tuna and 18 Yellowtail for 31 anglers on their 1.5 Day trip. 

The Tomahawk returned this AM with 12 Yellowfin Tuna for 25 anglers on their 1.5 Day trip. 

09/19/2020
The Tomahawk called in with 12 Yellowfin Tuna for 25 anglers on their 1.5 Day trip. 

The Islander called in with LIMITS of Dorado(62), 5 Yellowfin Tuna and 18 Yellowtail for 31 anglers on their 1.5 Day trip. 

The Pacific Queen called in with LIMITS of Dorado (50) and 2 Yellowfin Tuna for 25 anglers on their 1.5 Day trip. 

The Intrigue called in with LIMITS of Dorado (12), 8 Yellowtail and 3 Yellowfin Tuna on their Full Day trip for 6 anglers. 

The Condor called in with 5 Yellowfin Tuna, 1 Dorado, and 1 Skip Jack for 33 anglers on their overnight trip. 

Boats are recommending 25-pound outfits for the Yellowfin and Yellowtail. 40 to 60-pound outfits for mid-size Bluefin Tuna. 80 to 100-pound outfits for the bigger size Bluefin.

  • Hook size, they are recommending number 1 to 2/0 size circle hooks.  They are catching the Bluefin on fly-line rigs, sinkers-rigs, and flat fall jigs.

As of right now, all passengers must bring a face mask on all trips. Passengers on Overnight trips and longer need to bring their own pillow and blankets. The crews will be cleaning and sanitizing all common areas frequently.