PLEASE JOIN US FOR A CELEBRATION OF LIFE
FOR OUR DEAR FRIEND
11:30AM ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14TH, 2013
AT THE TUNAMAN’S MEMORIAL ON SHELTER ISLAND
(SW END OF SHELTER ISLAND FACING THE BAY)
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO BRING PHOTOS & STORIES TO SHARE
GREG’S FAMILY REQUESTS CASUAL, FISHERMAN ATTIRE
The guys checked in to let us know they had good wahoo fishing on their journey south. The weather is great and everyone is doing well – will check back when they’re fishing..
The guys backed in early and began the process of unloading their catch. The fish were in beautiful shape and word on the dock was that the big winners of the cribbage tourney were Rocky & Kambiz..
They had a nice catch of some wahoo and tuna up to 100lb with a few over that mark including the jackpot winners below -
Thanks so much to Ken Corwin!!!
1st place: Steve Mynsberge 311 lb yft
2nd place: Jeff Bracey 205 lb yft
3rd place: Darrel Willis 202 lb yft
A few more trip pictures:
We depart for the next 12 day on Saturday morning – sign in at 6am. Everyone have a wonderful Thanksgiving and hold your friends and family close to you this holiday season
The boats eta tomorrow is 5:30am – the coffee will be on.
Also for everyone that would like to join us for Greg Muller’s Celebration of Life – it will be in Point Loma on Sat. Dec 14 in the afternoon. Will post the details in the next few days and we encourage everyone to come and share your memories.
The guys have reported stellar weather which has made it perfect for a 3 day cribbage tournament with almost 100% participation, including crew.
Check back tomorrow for results along with Tuesday morning’s eta!
The guys had one last morning to fish and ended with 31 more tuna from 40-70lbs, with one standout over 100lbs. The weatherman says it’s going to be a beautiful ride home – you can bet the cribbage boards are out.
They arrive Tues morning, check back for the eta and pictures will be posted at the end of trip.
Great fishing from 75 – 125lb fish this morning with a couple of 200lb + standouts….Darrel Willis and Jeff Bracey. The day was beautiful with no rain and everyone is doing great. The icing on the cake……the last fish to hit the deck was a jumbo, 311 lbs, whose claim to fame belongs to Steve Mynsberge.
What a day down here in paradise…one more morning before we have to call it quits and head home.
The guys called to report another day of scratching 50 – 100lbers – very nice weather and tremendous sign of fish in the morning….so fingers crossed for tomorrow!
Today was a repeat of yesterday – 31 tuna 50 – 100lbs, big fish honors go to Jay Love for his 107lber, and a couple more handfuls of Wahoo to go along with the catch. The weather was much nicer today which made the scratch fishing a lot more enjoyable.
We had a decent day on 50 – 70lbers with a handful of Wahoo. The weather was just so-so today, but word is that it’s supposed to be getting better.
Hoping For More Tomorrow….