|Getting a bigger blog up today is on my "want-to-do" list, with a Reggie Jackson context, naturally.
Putting the paper out today, like every Monday, and this is a big issue, so far as my word count. There's the last long range supplement of the year (Roecker did a piece, so I didn't write all 16 pages, like last month's), an On-the-Spot from the great Pacific Beach yellowtail bite, reports on the new developments this fall, from 50-, 60-, and 70-pound white seabass caught on one trip by the six pack Limitless to (there's so much in between that is nowhere but the paper) the albacore and bluefin fishing out of Morro Bay from my sources up that way.
Yes, albacore and bluefin, 25-pound albies on average and 40- to 60-pound bluefin. Impressive in their own right, but then there's the fact that the fish are as close as 7 miles off the beach at San Simeon and Cambria. Yes, 7 miles.
But all it takes is a look at the Terrfin to see why. It's the edge that Central Coaster have been waiting since the late '90s for. Twenty plus fish scores on the albacore, getting ruined by bluefin made up the rundown from the last day with a legit weather window. Check it out in this week's Private Boater's Spotlight.
In the meantime, here's that sexy edge: