Saturday, November 25, 2017
by Capt. George Beckwith at 10:07 AM
Sunday, November 19, 2017
A few sailfish around, catch 3 yesterday and 2 today with A LOT of mahi and a few tuna
Last seamount season of the year.
by Capt. George Beckwith at 9:45 PM
Friday, November 10, 2017
We are now booking for seamount season 2018, with the best of it starting in late May through November
|sailfish on the fly|
"Well little slower than our last trip to the seamounts, we did a little fly fishing and we did not catch what we saw. In two days we raised 8 blues and 2 striped marlin. Total catch for the trip was 1 blue marlin and 2 striped Marlin on conventional tackle and 2 sailfish on
Fly Rods plus 4 nice yellowfin tuna and a lots of mahi, at least 25 of those guys" ----Capt. james.
all the difference a day can make
by Capt. George Beckwith at 8:12 AM
Thursday, November 2, 2017
One of the reasons these short trips to the seamounts can often be a bust, we recommend at least two FULL fishing days and that was a good plan for the crowd just returning.
Day 1 was slow, several dorado and 3 tunas, but day 2 was much better, ending up with 3 sails, 3 striped marlin, 4 blue marlin and a two day total of 33 dorado
Green Water but really good tuna and dorado fishing
by Capt. George Beckwith at 5:13 PM
Just got back from a quick trip to CR, I did manage to fish one day. It rained for a day, was cloudy one day and beautiful, slick calm and clear skies the last two days. Perfect green season weather. The water was a little green but the dorado fishing was good, also the tunas were really biting. Countless strikes on top water with 50+ pounders airing out on flying fish all around. We caught all we wanted but my day was over after this one bottomed out the bogagrip and my arms. 65# braid, 80 pound flouro leader and all I wanted on a spinning rod.