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Old 10-15-2018, 6:13 AM
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Couldn’t pull the trigger on an overnight this Friday with the weather, so hopped aboard the New Seaforth on Saturday morning for an all day trip.

Headed offshore and put out the trollers. Skipjack attack pretty quick. And soon the boat has near limits. Went on to search for paddies and hopefully some yellowfin. Finally connected on the YFT chasing some porpoise schools.

I managed a quick limit of skipjack and also got 2 decent Yellowfin, 19 and 15 lbs. skipjack on the 5-10lb range.

Lots of fun as usual and the weather was great.
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Sweet. I was on the Tribute two weeks ago for an overnight trip, and then on the Pacific Queen last week for a day and a half. Both trips hit mixed schools all day, probably 10:1 skipjack to yellowfin, but managed yellowfin limits on both trips.

I’m heading out tomorrow morning on a 2 3/4 day trip on the Aztec, targeting the big bluefin, so hoping for the best.

Seaforth is so much easier to access than the municipal landings... love that they have some quality boats running.
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Sweet. I was on the Tribute two weeks ago for an overnight trip, and then on the Pacific Queen last week for a day and a half. Both trips hit mixed schools all day, probably 10:1 skipjack to yellowfin, but managed yellowfin limits on both trips.

I’m heading out tomorrow morning on a 2 3/4 day trip on the Aztec, targeting the big bluefin, so hoping for the best.

Seaforth is so much easier to access than the municipal landings... love that they have some quality boats running.
Yes, this was my first trip out of Seaforth, usually stick with the other landings. Parking was so much easier. Nice to get a few yft. Lost three on a trip, two weeks back.

Good luck on the bluefin, they’ve picked up lately, but mostly the smaller modes.
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