What’s In Store for the 2018 Offshore Season?
For the 2018 season, we will be spending time once again targeting Big Eye Tuna since we had such great success catching them the in the last few seasons. We have landed 20+ Big Eye Tuna, most over 200 pounds in the last few seasons. Our vast arsenal of lures, spreader bars and daisy chains we use to attract these “Devil Tuna” plus years of experience on large tuna which have all contributed to the great seasons we have recently had.
Almost all our Big Eyes were caught in the late afternoon, at night or just as the sun was rising so if you would like an honest chance to target them you need to be in the canyons during these time periods when the best bite occurs.
Our 24 and 30 hour overnight canyon trips allow us to be in the canyons when the Big Eyes come up to the warmer surface waters plus target other species at night such as Yellowfin Tuna, Swordfish and large Mako Sharks. If you really want a legit chance at a Big Eye we strongly suggest an overnight trip this coming season.
Bluefin Tuna Well Over 100 lbs in June and July On Our 12 Hour Day Trips
We have had some great inshore Bluefin Tuna fishing in past seasons at the inshore lumps and hills. Our 12 hour day trips are designed to take advantage of this fishery without the cost of a 15 hour canyon trip.
We specialize in jigging for Bluefin’s and on these trips and have world class tackle jigging tackle on board specially designed to do this. Whether we jig, chunk or troll we have some of the best tackle on board the Hooked Up II for targeting large tuna.