Hello everyone; 

The weather continues to be on the windy side, with 25 knots of breeze most of the day.  We had a slow pick most of the day, but the quality was there again.  Most of the fish were in the 120 to 140 range, with a few in the 50 to 90 pound category. IMG_7351 (480x640)IMG_7354 (640x414)

This one is for you Danny. May be next year.
This one is for you Danny. May be next year.


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Largest fish today was caught by Annie Clark, with a 154 pound Yellowfin tuna, caught on the kite.  IMG_7343 (508x640)Other top anglers today, Alan Kato, with two fish over the 120 pound mark, and Jim Bottrell, with two fish over the 130 pound mark.  IMG_7362IMG_7349 (385x640)

The larger of the two he handed off to his friend, Jim Schriver.  Jim’s fish weighed in at 144 pounds.  So we are hoping that the weather will lay down, just a bit.  DSC08885

Tomorrow will be our last day of fishing, before heading for home.  So until tomorrow, wish us luck.  Team R/p.DSC08867


“BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe”

Enjoy The Photos:IMG_7356 (387x640)DSC08882DSC08862DSC08866DSC08849DSC08854DSC08866DSC08870DSC08874

Dharyl Shelbourne


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