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Trip 30 Report (10-Day 10/19-10/29/2014) SD Anglers always up for a good time!

Guest Report/CharterMaster Dwayne Patenaude: This year’s SD Angler 10-Day saw epic wahoo. We found 2 paddies on the way down that gave us plenty of shots at the wahoo, but fishing for those escape artists right off the bat left much to be desired for the fish count. I am guessing we had about a dozen fished boated out of about 30 hook ups in rolly seas. It was an exciting way to start the trip! We did much better at the rocks the next two days as we had the kinks all worked out by then. The only thing at the rocks was wahoo (darn the bad luck), but there were LOTS of them to be had. We left after 2 days, very satisfied with the wahoo fishing. We slid down to the ridge and found the schoolie tuna and fished until we were satisfied with that species (all you want). We slid back up the ridge looking for bigger models, only to find a few more. Yellows were absent on the ridge due to the very warm water. We slid into Cedros Island on the lee side and proceeded to have EPIC surface yellowtail fishing. (Bait, Surface iron, waxwings, poppers.) It was a fish EVERY cast until the sun went down. Most people just gave up after awhile and enjoyed watching as the rest of us practiced catch and release on the yellows. We took off for Sacramento Reef and was there by sun up and Mike pulled up on some excellent Calico spots and we proceeded to catch and release Calicos, yellows and white seabass until it was time to go home. Epic trip with Mike again with our limited load of 14 !!

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2 SPOTS open on Trip 33 (8-Day) leaving Nov. 16!! 

Jackpot winners were LeroyJackpot winners were Leroy Yeargin with a 43.2-lb Bluefin, Frank Rowe was only 2nd with a 42.6-lb Bluefin, and David Vahorvich was close behind in 3rd with a 41.2-lb Bluefin. Honorable mention to Steve Wolken and his 36.6-lb Yellowtail. – See more at: http://www.vagabondsportfishing.com/trip-reports/trip-27-929-1062013-7-day/#sthash.FBcQaXMX.dpuf
Jackpot winners were Leroy Yeargin with a 43.2-lb Bluefin, Frank Rowe was only 2nd with a 42.6-lb Bluefin, and David Vahorvich was close behind in 3rd with a 41.2-lb Bluefin. Honorable mention to Steve Wolken and his 36.6-lb Yellowtail. – See more at: http://www.vagabondsportfishing.com/trip-reports/trip-27-929-1062013-7-day/#sthash.FBcQaXMX.dpuf
Our Labor Day 3-Day saw lots of Action Fishing–Bluefin, Yellowfin, and Dorado. Steady fishing both days and finished with 2 wide open stops on mixed Tuna. Jackpots were Todd Wallace in 1st with a 53-lb Escolar; Brian Miyazaki in 2nd with a nice 44-lb BFT; Dave McDaniel brought in a 3rd place 39.6 BFT. – See more at: http://www.vagabondsportfishing.com/blog/#sthash.0yRuyjvf.dpuf
Our Labor Day 3-Day saw lots of Action Fishing–Bluefin, Yellowfin, and Dorado. Steady fishing both days and finished with 2 wide open stops on mixed Tuna. Jackpots were Todd Wallace in 1st with a 53-lb Escolar; Brian Miyazaki in 2nd with a nice 44-lb BFT; Dave McDaniel brought in a 3rd place 39.6 BFT. – See more at: http://www.vagabondsportfishing.com/blog/#sthash.0yRuyjvf.dpuf
Our Labor Day 3-Day saw lots of Action Fishing–Bluefin, Yellowfin, and Dorado. Steady fishing both days and finished with 2 wide open stops on mixed Tuna. Jackpots were Todd Wallace in 1st with a 53-lb Escolar; Brian Miyazaki in 2nd with a nice 44-lb BFT; Dave McDaniel brought in a 3rd place 39.6 BFT. – See more at: http://www.vagabondsportfishing.com/blog/#sthash.0yRuyjvf.dpufIf you would like to get your chance at these Bluefin we have 4 spots just open up on trip 24 (9/11-14)
Enjoy more pics by Jim Pea at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bicyclebirder/sets/72157635127945031/ – See more at: http://www.vagabondsportfishing.com/uncategorized/trip-17-913-91813-5-fish-filled-days/#sthash.4JToveex.dpuf
Enjoy more pics by Jim Pea at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bicyclebirder/sets/72157635127945031/ – See more at: http://www.vagabondsportfishing.com/uncategorized/trip-17-913-91813-5-fish-filled-days/#sthash.4JToveex.dpufEnjoy more pics of this trip, compliments of Jim Pea.

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»Trip #33 8-Day Alijos Rocks-Ridge / Wahoo

Departure: Nov 16, 10 AM Check-in Time: 8:30 AM
Estimated Return: Oct 24, AM Boarding Time: 9:15 AM
    • Jackpot $30
    • Permits $87
    • Visa $25
PLEASE BRING YOUR CALIFORNIA FISHING LICENSE IF YOU HAVE ONE, YOU WILL NEED ONE.
Rods And Reels in 30, 40, 50 or 60 lb class
Flouro carbon leader material in 30, 40, & 50 lb. Assorted Live bait hooks (#2, 2/0, 4/0,& 6/0) Eagle Claw 118, Mustad 94150 or equivalent, trolling feathers with double hooks, YoYo jigs & #4 Bait rigs. Also Remember your Wahoo gear, Trolling lure (Maurader w/ harness), bombs and hard Iron & wire bait leaders in 40 & 60 lbs.