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 Tuesday, June 28, 2005 - Kings a Bunch Back
Seas: 2-3 w/1' wind chop    Water Temp: 80.1°F Crew: Mark Seacrest and party 
Moon:   Location: PW/STND/VIK   
Species: 18 king mackeral
5 'cuda's
2 bonito (little tunny) 
Category: Near shore (inside of 20 miles)   
Report: It was one of those sloppy days going out the inlet with an outgoing tide and an East swell that gets you wet first thing in the morning. I made the call to friend at the bait hole (PW) to check the bait situation and he said the bait was there and so were the kings. We made the run slow (18K) to stay halfway dry and getting the Sabiki's cut off by kings just as soon as we started catching bait. When we had a couple dozen baits in the well I pinned one to a 12# spinning rod and flipped it behind the boat, it hit the water and a king hit it , just that fast. It promised to be a wild day. The bite never slowed for us all day. The grass moved in to PW about 10ish and we moved North to the Standish area and the kings were there also. So were the 'cudas, we lost 6-8 fish to them throughout the day. I really don't know how many kings we caught today, I lost count at 12 and that was at about noon. We released all fish that came to the boat alive ('cudas), kept 5 large pieces and threw back those that were lips/gills. Mixed with the kings were very large Spanish, 'cudas, sharks, bonita's and one remora. It was a very busy day for all. 'Till next trip, Capt. Guy

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