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Day 2 – game, set and match goes to the ocean this year

Well, the effort and optimism was there in the early AM. We headed out, ran for a couple of hours however, the ocean was not giving in. Once we climbed the perfect storm wave, it was time to turn around. Tuna is a challenging catch, but in 10 foot swells and no forgiveness in sight, the group opted to turn back. A day of trolling in these conditions is not much fun. Pacific Ocean 1 - Best Fishing ...
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Day 1 not so Tuna

Well, the weather in Newport has not been the most cooperative. We've had nice skies and no rain, but wind, wind, wind. 15-20 knots making it difficult to get out to the Tuna today. Since most of the locals wanted Tuna, we had a limited boat for Rockfishing today. Looks like it's down to one day now for the tournament. We are scheduled to go out first thing tommorrow morning as the predict...
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Looks like it's going to be Tuna for the tournament

Yaquina Bay Charters started fishing for Tuna this week with good catches landing on the dock. Averaging 15-30 pounds. The normal seems to be around 20 lbs. Hopefully we can duplicate the catches next weekend for the tournament. We still have a couple of spots left for Saturday. you can call Yaquina Bay Charters directly at 1-866-465-5801 or locally at (541) 265-6800 to reserve your spot. Anyone c...
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Tournament participants can track the fishing news from the docks

Jump on over to the fishing blogs of Yaquina Bay Charters to hear the latest Tuna information straight from the dock. A few days ago they where caught 85 miles off the coast of Newport. We need them to be at the 60 mile marker to hit them on the 12 hour trip planned for the tournament. Bring on the south winds. All participants need to make sure they have their licenses in hand before stepping on ...
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