American Angler posted February 23:
“The last trip of the season – Ken’s 14 day trip – returned this morning with a quality catch of up to 200-pound plus tuna. A huge thanks to Ken Corwin (and Wes for holding down the fort) for his generous giveaways and always excellent representation.
“The guys are going to be home-based for a short while. The Long Beach Fred Hall Show begins next Wed. March 1 – 5th and the entire crew will be there so stop by the American Angler booth.
“Congrats to jackpot winners:
1st place: Matt Herrington 232 pounds
2nd place: Clyde Wickham 209 pounds
3rd place: Bill Salyer 208 pounds.”
At The Bank
Intrepid skipper Bill Cavanaugh posted February 22:
“We fished the Bank today with less than ideal conditions. Our current was slack most of the day and even though we had good fish around the boat all day long; it never responded much. We ended up with five tuna that weighed 110 to 150 pounds. With a very good sign of fish here, we are hoping for better conditions and better results tomorrow. Our weather was very nice all day with less than 10 knots of wind. Our picture is of Miles Callison with a nice wahoo.”
Andy Cates reported for Red Rooster III February 20:
“We picked until dark and took off toward the Island. Choppy weather made for a couple of heart felt losses on the bow but we did have some chances.
"We will see what kind of time we have for tomorrow when we get there. Charles Robinson picked off this nice 215-pounder to complete a nice day.”