Avet charter on the SOA - June 22-25, 2021

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Swami805

How many times do you think Bill has packed and unpacked so far?  Go get em Bill!
Do what you can with that you have where you are

Bill B

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Quote from: Swami805 on June 20, 2021, 11:53:23 PM
How many times do you think Bill has packed and unpacked so far?  Go get em Bill!

Awww y'all making' fun of me now 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.  Only twice so far....😂😂😂 and tomorrow is another day 😆 Now where did I put my passport 🤔.   Never mind Shiloh found it......Bill
It may not be very productive,
but it's sure going to be interesting!

alantani

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MarkT

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MarkT

They're on the way!  They'll be fishing tonight.

SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE departed from Port SAN DIEGO
at 2021-06-22 12:46 Local Time (2021-06-22 19:46 UTC)
Time of Arrival/Departure is the time the Vessel approaches the entrance/exit of the Port respectively.
Time: 2021-06-22 19:46 UTC
Position: N 32° 40.31', W 117° 13.72'
Speed/Course: 8.5 knots / 173°
Area: USWC - US West Coast
Source of Position: TERR-AIS
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Bill B

#51
We are back. Had a great time caught some quality bluefin. I caught my personal best fish that taped out at 110 lbs.  I will post pictures later as I just left Fisherman's Processing.  I dropped off 190 lbs of  whole fish for 4 fish.weather was warm and overcast with a stiff breeze blowing the whole time. Wind swells and chop kept us on our toes the whole time. Day one produced some fish on flyline during the sundown bite. The night drops produced nada It was hard keeping the dropper loop or flat falls vertical, even with 1 lbs of lead. Day 2 was mostly productive on the kite, with a cow coming over the rail.  Day three was pretty slow during the day, but the sundown bite really turn it on with lots of schoolies coming over the rail.

 If I remember right 3 people limited out. By the time the evening bite came around after dinner, we tried deep dropping but between the wind and the speed of the schools nothing happened. Evan the new owner/operator really worked his butt off to find us fish and his hard work paid off. Wayne was busting his butt during the trip and finally scored 4 fish on the last day, even breaking a hook losing a quality fish 20 minutes into the fight.  He kept hard charging and brought 4 over the rail.   Alan and the boys are on their way home as I am also.   More to come as everyone gets home.   Bill

Edit to correct the darm autocorrect.  
It may not be very productive,
but it's sure going to be interesting!

pjstevko

Quote from: Bill B (Tarfu) on June 25, 2021, 08:21:00 PM
We are back. Had a great time caught some quality bluefin. I caught my personal best fish that tapped out at 110 lbs.  I will post pictures later as I just left Fizhermans Processing.  I dropped off 190 lbs of  whole fish for 4 fish.weather was warm and overcast with a stiff breeze blowing the whole time. Wind swells and chop kept use on our toes the whole time. Day one produced some fish on flyline during the sundown bite. The night drops produced NASA. It was hard keeping the dropper loop or flat falls vertical, even with 1 lbs of lead. Day 2 was mostly productive on the kite, with a cow com9ng over the rail.  Day three was pretty slow during the day, but the sundown bite really turn it on with lots of schoolkids coming over the rail
  If I remember right 3 people limited out. .    By the time the eve ing bite came around after dinner, we tried deep dropping but between the wind and the speed of the schools nothing happened. Evan the new owner operator really worked his butt off to find us fish and his hard work paid off. Wayne was busting his butt during the trip and finally scored 4 fish on the last day, even breaking a hook losing a quality fish 20 minutes into the fight.  He kept hard charging and brought 4 over the rail.   Alan and the boys are on their way home as I am also.   More to come as everyone gets home.   Bill

Thanks for the quick report and congrats on your new PB BFT!!!!!!

Ron Jones

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Keta

Welcome to the calf club Bill, nice fish.
Hi, my name is Lee and I have a fishing gear problem.

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Maxed Out

 Congrats Bill on your personal best BFT !!
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mo65

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JoseCuervo

Awesome guys!

Thanks for taking us along Alan.

Wayne, sorry to see that, I know it is a heartbreaker losing a fish of any size.

Rob