Here is a video on a 300 pound Blue fin caught on a live Mackerel on the Lisa&Jake
The ocean seemed like a desert that day with very little life. Suddenly this Tuna flew all the way out of the water and inhaled the bait.
Check out what happens after that!
North east storms beginning of the week kept the boats tied to the dock for a few days. The return to the sea on the week end provided a stir up with Tuna reappearing in good numbers! A handful of recreational size fish showed up chasing half-beaks to there fearful death!
We took out the Kayman Too on Wednesday with Rob and Josh. We wish to complement their professionalism and tireless work ethic. Perhaps you hear this all the time, but we were impressed with their hard work, not just putting us on fish but also and in every detail making us feel comfortable.
Although we agreed to a 9 hour charter, it did not go unnoticed that we arrived back at the dock at 4:00 PM. That is a very long day for Rob and Josh. We thoroughly enjoyed every minute, and look forward to joining you next year.
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The last few Tuna trips have resulted in some great action as fish are slamming baits from the kite as well as free swimmers! An action shot is almost impossible to get but the sight of the giant fish coming right out of the water and inhaling the bait is one not to ever forget!
The Tuna have been very active on some days, usually the breezy overcast ones, but still on the summer doldrum days.
The largest so far this year was caught by the Joel Rawson group who did a great job bringing there fish to the side of the boat. The fish weighed a little under 300 pounds! A video was made of the fight and should be up on the sight soon!
Cod fishing remains steady, a lot of action looking for the larger fish as there are a good amount of short fish mixed in. The jigs are not fishing long before they are hooked up! Most groups have had no problem catching their limit of Cod.