Mix Bag At Alijos Rocks


Hello everyone; 

Good morning everyone, we arrived to Alijos rocks at 08:30.  We started looking around, and it didn’t take long.  Hook-up, and we are on!!  Wahoo, it was not wide open, and we did have to work at it.  But if you every fished Wahoo, you know you could hook 50, and only land 10.  That’s Wahoo fishing. DSC07831 DSC07838DSC07841DSC07839DSC07843DSC07849DSC07850DSC07852


"It's all about the reel"
“It’s all about the reel”


We would fish Wahoo until lunch, then we would make the move to Alijos bank and fish for Yellowtail and Grouper.  We had decent Yellowtail and Grouper fishing.  Most of the Yellowtail were in the 20 to 25 pound range, with the largest going 35 pounds.  The Wahoo were in the 30 to 35 pound class, with a few over 40 pounds.DSC07876DSC07874DSC07873DSC07864DSC07866DSC07863DSC07861DSC07859DSC07877DSC07878DSC07879


DSC07888DSC07871DSC07869DSC07858We are now headed to the ridge, and try our luck at Yellowfin tuna, and may be some more Wahoo.  Weather today was perfect, with overcast skies, a slight breeze, and the seas were calm.  So until tomorrow, wish us luck.  Team R/p.

Jim and his best friend.  The bucket
Jim and his best friend. The bucket

“BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe”

Dharyl Shelbourne


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