Offshore Fish Report for 9-5-2022
by Seaforth Staff
Monday Returning Trips
- The Tribute returned from their 2.5 Day Trip with 108 bluefin tuna, 35 yellowfin tuna and 95 dorado.
The San Diego ended their Full Day trip today with 55 Bluefin and 3 Yellowfin for their 33 anglers. The San Diego still has a few open trips the end of this month for those looking to grab a spot.
The Pacifica finished up their Overnight charter with 250(limits) Dorado and 4 Yellowfin Tuna for their 25 anglers.
The Apollo also wrapped up their Overnight charter with 190(limits) Dorado and 3 Yellowfin Tuna. The Apollo has more than a few open trips throughout the rest of this month. If the fishing continues like this there is a strong chance these spots will go fast. Be sure to get yours before its too late.
The Cortez returned from their 1.5 Day charter this morning with 36(limits) Bluefin, 18 Yellowfin and 5 Yellowtail for their 18 anglers. The Cortez has an Ultra Limited Load trip coming up in November with some spots remaining. If you have never fished the Cortez now is your opportunity to grab a spot.
The Voyager ended their 2 Day trip just shy of limits with 69 Bluefin and 270 Dorado for their 18 anglers.
The Tribute called in earlier this afternoon with 108(limits) Bluefin, 70 Dorado and 27 Yellowfin for their 27 anglers.
The New Seaforth is staying on the local Yellowtail. They ended this afternoons PM trip with another nice Yellowtail and 26 Calico Bass as well. The Yellowtail activity has definitely picked up in our inshore waters. If you are looking to bag a half day Yellowtail now is the time to go.
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