July 5, 2013

Headed to the tuna grounds seeking redemption from last weeks breakoff.  Unfortunately today wasn’t the day.  Not sure I have ever seen so much bait on the bank.  Huge schools of herring and mackerel lit up the fishfinder from top to bottom.  For half the day we marked 25′ of water because the bait schools were so thick (we were sitting in 100′!)  Sooner or later the tuna will have to eat.  This hot weather and light SW wind has brought on the mid summer lock jaw.  Not to mention the seals… Until next time….


Capt. Mike

Seals plagued our day today. Cute as the are, they are bad for fishing

Just a quick snapshot of what the bait schools looked like

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