The weather could have been better, but the fishing was more along the lines of what we are accustomed to.
I wouldn’t have called it dangerously rough or anything, but we did encounter several rainsqualls that had 25 knots of southeast wind in them, not to mention the hardest rain ever. Still, in spite of the weather, we fished on a current edge part of the day that held several schools of dolphin. We managed to catch 30 bailers and one nice 30 pound gaffer. We caught three nice wahoos and a king mackerel to go with the dolphin, and add some variety to our catch. The guys up to the east had some decent blackfin tuna fishing, and one boat even caught a blue marlin. Thanks Paul, Michelle, and JR for a great day!
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