4-30-16

Pretty much Groundhog Day which in this case is not a bad thing. Good weather as we scratched away on an amazing grade of fish with the afternoon pretty much falling on its face as the life went away. This hasn’t been a great trip for cows but the mid to high one hundreds sure make each and every battle a good one. Tony Dupree landed this trips largest so far with a 227. The guys

4-29-16

Today’s fishing can be described as a slow scratch and even though most of the day there was sign of better fish racing around, you had to really work at it to get a bite. As always we must keep things in perspective as we found an area where there are sharks but they are pretty much leaving us alone and  to our business. In the end, the groups hard work and perseverance resulted  in a respectable score by dark.

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4/28/16

We were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to enjoy another nice day of big tuna fishing. We caught a few less fish than yesterday but the trade off was today’s beautiful average grade. Overall if you were lucky enough to get bit, the reward was a 120-190lb fish. It was never wide open but it seemed like we had at least one fish hooked all day long. Our 100lb sardine gear was definitely put to the test today. Hurricane boated a 206lb fish to let us know that there are definitely a few bigger ones around. Tony Duprey’s birthday wish was a shout out to family and friends and also to say he wished his good buddy Rocky was here with us.

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4-27-16

We had a fantastic day where things all came together. The weather was great,the morale on deck was 100 percent team oriented, and of course the catching helped as we enjoyed steady fishing all day long. The grade of tuna is beautiful as the average size was 110-175lbs with Galen Steward landing our only in the low twos.

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4/26/16

We have had an enjoyable ride down and cannot wait to start fishing. The cribbage tournament always is a big hit and this years game was as competitive as always. In the end the duo of Hurricane Bill and Galen were unbeatable and they are pictured with the tournament director Bill Randall handing out the prize.

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4-15-16

All kinds of activity going on – it’s coming together!

Jump on one of our May 1.5 day trips just added to the schedule to check it all out…

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4/14/16

Did you wrap up your taxes? You should celebrate by booking a 1.5 day trip on the American Angler – the crew is just itching to get out and fish local in May before their season starts.

Fri – Sun 5/13 – 5/15/16

Fri – Sun 5/20 – 5/22/16

Reserve online, call or text Lori at 619 223 5414!

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