Had to reschedule these boys for a later date in October due to a hurricane that was threatening our local waters. Boy I’m glad we did!
We slid down about sixty miles into Mexican waters in fairly calm conditions. As the sun rose we were greeted by a stiff northwest wind, not ideal conditions for finding kelp patties (what we were after). After about two hours of looking pinned a nice kelp in the binos.
We slowly approached and the sonar lit up big time! I yelled down to the boys and said get your butts in gear as its gonna be on! My deck hand Griffen quickly started a chumline and tuna erupted out of the water.
WE POWERED OUT FOR 2 HOURS! Full on wide open blood bath with enough tuna to fulfill our limit. We all high fived and charged up the line to get outta the weather and gain some altitude. We found several more kelps on the way home four our yellowtail limit.
Great day on the water guys, See ya next time!