We ended our final day of fishing with a good day overall, flat calm weather and great fishing conditions provided steady fishing for most of the day. We had by far the best sign of tuna of the trip with fish blowing out all over the bank all day long even when the bite was off. Hot ticket was a native bait,Pufferfish,Flying-fish, Triggerfish and Skipjack(man bait) all were getting bit better than the Sardine. Water temperature was probably part of the reason with 82.5 degree water the last day and really making the dines sluggish when fished on big hook and line. The jigs also hooked a fair amount of fish in the predawn hours and after dark, Salas PL68 and Tady 15 again stole the show,the kite with both Squid and Flyers accounted for lots of bites as well. Big fish of the day went to Paul Rubio with a 220 pound Yellowfin taken on an oceanic trigger fish. Most of the bigger fish taken were in the 130-180 pound range and there were lots of 30 to 60 pound fish filling the gaps. I will send another report on tackle observations tomorrow as we travel home. Have a great day, Mark and the Indy crew.
Overall very good conditions with warmer then usual water with good signs of wahoo still at Alijos rocks, good conditions point to a banner warm water year for 2015, get ready and book now!!!!!!
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