Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Hey bud got Chris his 1st So cal Striper 168# on 30lb,We are going to BBQ some fish tonight can you & jess make it ? we have fresh tuna & dorado courtesy of Todds trip and I caught a Trasher over the week end should be fun.
Nicely Done Mike, Nicely Done.......
You got to check out this report from my Bud Tim March. First Class Action......
From: March, Tim [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, September 28, 2009 9:21 AM
To: Robert N. Hara; Greg Stoney
Subject: FW: Piru's on fire!
On 9/27/09 Lake Piru was a slayfest. 1st cast a 3# topwater bass on the lunker punker set the tone. A full speed morning bite.
Bass a cast on crankbaits along rocky shorelines for awhile then moved into weedy coves for a decent topwater spook bite of two to three pounders.
Just after 11 am I set the hook on what becomes my personal best bass with a 6 inch robo on the dropshot.
Jeff slides the net under her...the big healthy girl weighed 9.1 #s. We run for the ramp after boating 40 bass for the day.
Awesome Report Tim - - - What a Ripper!!!
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Second place: Matt Salas 62lbs YFT
Third place: Scott Okamura 62lbs YFT
Bobs Sporting Goods Back Home - Taken from the American Angler Website
The guys had a nice catch of Yellowfin Tuna, Yellowtail and Dorado - all beautiful fresh fish, many of which were being taken home for a backyard fillet party to be consumed and shared by friends and family.
Here are a few pictures from the shop 5 day on the American Angler (Courtesy of the American Angler Website). Will post more pictures when I get em.
Thanks again to the Brian Kiyohara and the Crew of the American Angler for another great trip. We hear Captain Sammy is getting back on his feet and will be at the Wheel sooner than you know it.
Just to let you know, we do have spots available for the Fall 10 Day which leaves the Saturday after Thanksgiving. A great group of anglers and my favorite Long Range boat. Come join the family and check it out. Here are some pictures from a past trip How would like you to roll back home right before Xmas with Tuna in the RSW........hhhhhhmmmm December Sashimi.....uuuuggggggggghhhh!!
If you have any interest in our trip, give Lori Patella a call with the American Angler at 619 223 5414.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
From: Greg Stoney [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, September 05, 2009 9:17 PM
To: Robert N. Hara; March, Tim; Phil Lindholm; Todd Phillips
Subject: Cruz and Rosa Thurs/Fri
What's Up Guys,
Dave Rich and I escaped the heat and fished his rig last Thursday and yesterday. We started out around Chinese for one fish, then ran up the front and around to Christys for a couple more then we got a tip from a bro and made a late afternoon run across to Rosa where we got a couple of more good ones. We jammed back to Forneys for the night and rafted up with a couple of other boats and proceeded to bbq, put away a few jack n' cokes and talk story. The anchorage was pretty nice overnight but right outside the potato patch was in full effect with 6'-8' footers stacking up. The next morning we started out above Christys for one fish, then the sharks got on us quickly.
Also, I went out on the 'Jack last Tues to Capa to try and find a yellow, I had one bite on the yo yo all day but it was a 33# yellow, so that was cool.
StoneyGettin It Done. Another Great Report from the Northern Fishing Grounds. Thanks G
On Saturday night we took some of our customers on our annual 1.5 day trip out of San Diego. We fished with Captain Pat Cavanaugh and crew aboard the Pacific Dawn. We headed out towards the SE corner of the dumping grounds; we never made it that far. On Sunday morning we started the day off with two albacore stops that produced ~15 albacore (nicer grade 20#) with the last bite around 11:00AM. We trolled the rest of the day in beautiful purple 70 degree water with little wind and no visible life: no birds or bait, not even a breaking fish. We stopped on several meter marks for no bites. Finally, at around 3:30pm we stopped on a meter mark and as soon as the chum hit the water we had several BFT hooked up. The first fish to hit the deck was the biggest; I would estimate it at easily over 50lbs.We stayed on these fish for over four hours. We put 38 BFT on the boat ranging from 30 to 50+ lbs for 13 guys. It sucked having to leave biting bluefin in perfect weather conditions. We also caught 4 smaller grade YFT. Great day on the water.
I ended up getting so BAC buttons on: 16, 20 & 30lb. My hats off the Pat Cavanaugh and crew on the Pacific Dawn for a great trip- these guys fish hard and are great fun.
ToddGreat Report Todd - Full Speed Bluefin
Friday, September 4, 2009
From: David Idota
Date: Fri, Aug 2009
Subject: Pier fishing with Kenny and Scott
To: Bob Hara
Thanks for the pictuers Dave. That is pretty Classic