Today we made our last stop, caught a few Yellows and then it was time to bundle up the rods. The last 300 miles it was a little bumpy but this morning somebody turned off the wind machine and this afternoon has been a nice ride up. Time to say Thank You to our sponsor Ken Corwin of Kens Custom Reel with lots of great give aways as always. Also all the regulars and a few newcomers that rounded out this years trip, what a great trip.
Good night, sea ya in the morning.
The AA Team
Pretty much at the half way point of our trek home, today we let the kids get out of the Car to stretch their legs for a bit. Photos are of Mark with a nice Wahoo and a few shots of the gang enjoying the travel day yesterday. We will be checking in on Saturday with an ETA for Sunday’s arrival.
The AA gang
Not much to say about today other than we picked up this morning where we left off yesterday. This morning started off in the dark with light winds and we happened to be in the right spot at the right time again. The fish this morning were the 100 to 200lb plus. I did have time to take a few shots for todays photos of Ken, Rocky and Brian. These past few days have been awesome and we’re feeling very blessed with all this good luck. We are making a move and will be traveling for the next few days, so will check in later.
Living the dream.
The AA Team
Today was one of those days you hear about in your local tackle shops and would hope to see on your next long trip. We had a stop on 100 to 190 lb Yellowfin that lasted around 4 hours. In a nut shell we have been blessed with good luck and very good fishing on this trip – we are going to spend the morning here and start our voyage home, and we most likely will have a few hours to break the trip up somewhere along the track. The photo of the day is Scott with just one of his tuna caught today and to be honest with you during our good stop today there was no time to take a few pictures, we were on the ropes.
Good night, over and out!
The AA Team
We have a couple of days under our belt and fishing seems to be holding up down here in the lower Latitudes. Today we spent most of the day trying for some bigger models and were lucky to get a little bit of a go around on 150 to 207 lb. tuna.
The weather has been very good to us and we hope for some more good luck in our near future and that’s all we can ask for tonight.
The AA Gang
We have been underway for the last couple of days and today the gang got to come out and get a few lines wet in the morning. We only spent a short time trying to get some lunch fish and with a little bit of luck we’ll be having some fish dinners. The photos of the day are of Tony holding his 82 lb Wahoo with the assist by Rocky. Also a shot of the gang right before sundown. We got some more miles to go and will report in a couple of days. Loving the weather & good night,
The AA Gang
This is going to sound like a broken record, again a nice ride from last night to today’s fishing area. This morning we only had a couple of hours to target frying pan fish and I would have to say it wasn’t all the impressive, however we don’t usually catch Yellowtail when targeting Bottom grabbers. The photo of the day is of Paul with one of the three Yellows caught while targeting other species. Bound for home now and all the rods are bundled up and they got a bubble bath of course the gang watched all the football games today or just picked up a book for the ride. We had some good luck the last few days and put together a nice trip with a very good group of anglers. Thanks to Paul and Ken and friends for making this trip a good one.
Thank you all so much. Your Crew,
Sam, Ray, Dave, Andrew, Brad, Nick and Paul