From go to slow
Early in the week we experienced an incredible bite of quality yellowtail off the high spot at La Ribera. Lots of boats were there and everyone was bent. Several came away with limits. That same afternoon billfish were very aggressive from the light house to Los Frailes charging at lures and baits presented to them.
The wind blew for a couple of days and everything changed. Today we could see yellowtail in our fish finder in the same location where the action was early in the week but now only a few boats were able to get them to go. Off shore we sighted marlin, wahoo and sailfish but they were more finicky than Morris the cat.
Early in the week we were lettin em go
Today they put on a show
But none would go. These 3 tailers just flipped us the fin
This loggerhead turtle reminded me of Charlie Brown's friend Pig Pen
I lost count of how many turtles we sighted
Today we found what was left of this odd looking squid. Big fins, short mantle, huge eyes, I don't think it is a humbolt?
A small dorado provided dinner and gave a little action
I found this odd critter at the waters edge on the beach in front of the boat yard at Rancho Buena Vista.
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