Just in time for the summer Yellowfin Tuna run, here is a new video outlining out Yellowfin Tuna tactics:
The Stoked on Fishing TV crew had a big morning on the Discoverer with Captain Carlos and Mate Kevin. Check out this wide variety of catches in rapid succession:
On May 24, Captain William welcomed Lori Carnahan and Ed Howerton back for some inshore action.
This is a fine Cierro Mackeral scored by the Wanderer.
After four days offshore, most would take a day to rest. Not Martin Levy and David Schaefer!
These hard-fishing folks from the Stoked on Fishing group took the Adventurer offshore and Captain David delivered the goods. Check out this Wahoo.
The Wanderer delivered the goods for the Stoked on Fishing Crew on May 23.
Enjoy these photos, until the full episode airs later this year.
Captain Alex showed his versitility inshore on the 23rd; after all, the Harvester is more than just and offshore weapon.
They nagged a big Rooster Fish and a juvinile; both were safe released as always.
The inshore aquarium yielded some exotic morsels. Rock Snapper, Needlefish, and a Gaguero all found they way to the ice.
The Stoked on Fishing crew struck gold on the 22nd, and by gold we mean Yellow, and by Yellow we mean MONSTER Yellowfin Tunas.
These beasts are great eating and put up a tremendous fight. These California anglers weren’t resting on the big Yellas; get a load of this monster Wahoo.
The Discoverer doubled up on Wahoo on the 20th with the Stoked on Fishing group.
When Captain Carlos finds a kettle of fish, he is itching to keep coming back until it’s empty. They also scored this nice Dorado:
Captain Alex and the Harvester hunted around for billfish on the 20th, and nagged this solo Sailfish release.
Shea McIntee led the posse from Stoked on Fishing TV for the first day of fishing with the mighty flagship Wanderer.
Giant Yellowfin Tunas were the order of the day, and the action was consistent.
They were rubbing rails with the Discoverer and scoring big.
Great work by Master Captain William!