Bluefin Turnaround

Bluefin Turnaround

by Seaforth Staff
(619) 224-3383


  • It seems that the Bluefin have come out of their daze and are willing to bite once again, a very welcome sign. We had multiple boats return with good numbers of beautiful grade fish and our reports from today's trips day are looking much better.

  • Update 5:00 PM: The Polaris Supreme just called in from their 3 Day trip with limits of Bluefin for their 23 passengers. Most of their catch were mixed grade fish ranging anywhere from 40-80 pounds.

  • The Pacifica returned from their 3 Day Freelance trip with 91 Bluefin weighing up to 192 pounds and 1 beautiful Opah for one of their 21 anglers. The Pacifica does have plenty of spots remaining for their Overnight trip departing Thursday, June 23rd.

  • The San Diego wrapped up their Full Day trip this morning with 11 Bluefin weighing between 30-60 pounds. Captain Ryan reported seeing good signs of fish and from the evidence they saw today he feels it will turnaround in the next few days.


  • The New Seaforth had another good morning of local Calico Bass fishing with 92 Bass, 1 Sand Bass and 8 assorted rockfish for 35 anglers.The PM trip wrapped up with 115 Calico Bass with over 100 released and 7 assorted rockfish for their 47 anglers. The Half Day fishing has been on fire lately, take a break from the Bluefin and come on out for some stellar bass fishing.

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