Fish Report for 9-22-2022


Tim Ekstrom

An astounding volume of life today revealing yet again the ocean's amazing ability to change. To our detriment an extraordinary amount of smaller fish made it mighty difficult to selectively target wahoo. We managed a bakers dozen, which is far better than none, but the potential for more was cut off by a ravenous hoarde relentless in their pursuit of every offering. Lots of action and aquarium imagery accompanied nigh every stop as crystal clear water and very little sea opened the depths to plain view. Not precisely what we sought in the way of production it was a fine day to be on the high seas overall. Another experience completely unique to Long Range fishing savored and appreciated by all. That said we had limits of that type of action. Now northward bound tomorrow we'll try our hand offshore in search of "ballslapper" grade dorado and perhaps a few more wahoo. Perfect weather in the forecast sets the stage. Today's image features Royal Star veteran angler Margo Moorhouse with a prize mid afternoon wahoo picked off on the live sardine. 

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