MBMC Oopsline May 2024

Hello MBMC!

Fishing is becoming more interesting everyday.  Nice grade yellowtail have been showing up under the birds anywhere from the NW corner of La Jolla  to Del Mar.  Calico fishing is also heating up. Bait and plastics are working when the sun comes up in the afternoon.  A nice volume of bluefin are being seen down around the double 220, 295 area. This has been a night time bite. The fish have triple digits. Hopefully they continue to move up the line to our local banks.

The month-long Halibut-White Seabass Tournament is under way. This is the time of year to catch your personal best and put a very delicious fish on the table. Entry Form and Rules

We want to welcome new members 
      Jacob Martinez
      James Snodgrass
Welcome aboard. The board looks forward to meeting you at seminars and fishing tournaments.

Don’t forget to get out there and get a fish weighed in for FOM!  Winner gets a new Daiwa Saltist reel.

A big shout out to Randell Norris for winning the Early Bird membership reel and graciously donating it to the “Friends of Rollo.”

Results of the Bay Bass Tournament:
Once again the Hargraves on Team Radar sweep the standings. Brent Jr. beat out all of the adults for largest fish with a nice 15 ¼ inch spotted sand bass. Congratulations!

Tim and Heidi Mc Bride wished to share the data report on the two Blue Marlin they tagged in the Hawaii International Billfish Tournament (HIBT).  One tag failed to initialize, but the second provided some impressive data.  The marlin was tracked 2615 nautical miles to near Pitcairn Island.   

Keep an eye out on our website for future seminars and tournaments

Hopefully, El Nino lives up to all the hype and we have a phenomenal fishing season. 

Please remember if you have a great photo of a catch or even a beautiful day on the water please send it to us so we can get it on the website

Be safe on the water. Hope to see everybody at our next event.

Scott Paul