Another steller day on the Moore Bills. Traveled around some epic lightning storms early morning to land in the Washington Canyon for the early bite. With a lone spreader bar and big boy green stick in action we landed a healthy white marlin within the first 10 minuets of trolling. The action came almost too soon to excite the young crew nursing last nights misadventures on land. The day continued with non stop action! Estimated over 60 Yellowfin with a couple skippies in the mix. The crew was in constant motion all day. Anglers were in full participation with direction from Captain Rob and 1st mate Steve. First time gaffers and first time offshore ladies played part in an exciting day laying tracks throughout the canyon many miles from the land of funnel cake and parking meters. Once outside ( About 60 Miles), life was abundant, pilot wales were feeding and swimming around the boat every second of the day (no exaggeration !!!) . For the first timers and the experienced anglers it was a show not to be matched by any documentary! The green stick provided a days worth of entertainment and worked the overworked throughout the day. Resetting lines and drilling in on the fish, Captain Rob and Steve proved there weight in fish and experience. Anglers watched the action as tuna boiled and hit the rigs over and over. Lines peeled off, anglers danced a clumbsy waltz ducking and switching places like a game of deep sea leap frog. 1st mate Captain Steve was the ref and worked the crew like a well oiled machine as head honcho Captain Rob rolled forward with a mission. Anglers rotated through each cover up and chilled in the AC when it was time to tag off . A highlight of the day provided a blue Marlin arial show as it attacked one of our unlucky yellowfin. Estimated around 400 lb the big blue charged the already hooked tuna and than took flight! All in all another high energy day on the Moore Bills. Visit moorebilles.com to see the full video, another day in the near future...
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