PC Offshore Saturday 3 Nov

Headed out at 7:30 on Saturday with expectations of flat seas. Wind was out of the NW at about 15. NOAA was a little off :huh... Started trolling at about 130' and caught a baracuda about 150. Kept heading out and found the edge of the steam at about 320'. Seas picked up to about 5-7 but got better as the day went on. Water was clear and blue on the east side. There was debri on the edge but it was pretty scattered and did not appear to be holding anything in particular. Action was steady and we caught :fishing a few more baracudas, 3 sharks (tripple header), and boated 5 phins (10-15 lbs). Lost 3 other phins :banghead. Seas layed down and we had a cumfortable ride in at about 2 pm. All in all a great day on the water! :beer


  • mikevmikev Posts: 10,822 Officer
    Good eats right there, nice work!
    "The only people that tell you it can't be done are the people who haven't done it themselves."
  • captrandycaptrandy Posts: 311 Officer
    Nice work! Did you find your fish in the clean or the dirty?
    Bad Fish Must Die!!
  • tonytalitonytali Posts: 123 Deckhand
    Mostly in the clean. We did best about a quarter mile east of the line headed south so we did not move very far from where we started.
  • ancientmarinerjoeancientmarinerjoe Posts: 209 Officer
    Now you got me going on those Phins. Good on you mate.
    What did those Phins eat?
    Joseph B...aka...Ancient mariner
  • Black NeckBlack Neck Posts: 14 Greenhorn
  • tonytalitonytali Posts: 123 Deckhand
    We had a ballyhoo spread with two on top and two below. Also had two Speedsters and a bird trailing small Williamson. Caught fish on everything.
  • canoemastercanoemaster Posts: 8 Greenhorn
    Thanks for the tips I can't wait to get out there and try it!!

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