fly rod tuna
Snuck one in the other day. Steve and I had an awesome day with many spinning rod hook ups. The first fish of the day to make it boat side came on the fly. Steve made short work of this fish, putting the right amount of pressure and keeping him tight. After a 16 minute battle we had the fish to the boat and iced him down. Great job. We then went on bunch after bunch, hooking up and having a lot of missed takes on the fly stick. All in all a great day on the water with ideal conditions for October. The year is winding down for us up here on Cape Cod, the water temps are in the mid fifties, the fish will be around till the end of November but we shall see if they stay in the numbers that we've been seeing. I would like to give a big thanks to my friend Captain Jeff Smith for throwing me trips when he was too busy during the '09 season. This has greatly helped me, as this is my first year chartering full time.
Posted by Capt. Josh Zacharias at 6:12 AM 2 comments:
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