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Fresh fish for the Fourth

July 2 dock totals

The Dolphin 1/2 day am run with 76 anglers aboard reported 1 lingcod and 170 rockfish caught. 62 anglers aboard their 1/2 day pm run put 1 sheephead, 206 rockfish and 4 lingcod in the sacks.

Old Glory, out on a 1 day run with 20 anglers aboard, called in with 23 bluefin tuna and 31 yellowtail in the hold.

The Malihini 3/4 day run with 38 anglers aboard reported 1 yellowtail and 54 yellowfin tuna caught.

The Premier 1/2 day am run with 60 anglers at the rail reported 43 rockfish, 49 calico bass and 1 yellowtail caught. 68 anglers aboard their 1/2 day pm run boated 307 rockfish and 1 calico bass.

The Sea Adventure 80 2.5 day run with 11 anglers aboard reported 32 bluefin tuna, 9 yellowfin tuna and 10 yellowtail caught.

36 anglers aboard the Electra 1/2 day am run caught 5 sand bass and 40 calico bass, 30 of which were released.

1 sand bass, 20 bonito, 198 calico bass, 2 rockfish and 3 yellowtail were caught by the 33 anglers aboard the Sea Trek 3/4 day run. 150 of the calicos were released.

The New Lo-An 1.5 day trip with 27 anglers aboard reported 32 bluefin tuna, 5 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail caught.

38 anglers aboard the Mission Belle 3/4 day hefted 10 bonito and 79 yellowtail over the rail.

45 anglers total between both am and pm runs aboard the Daily Double accounted for 1 lingcod, 2 sand bass, 3 calico bass, 1 sheephead and 216 rockfish.

The New Seaforth ran twice, am and pm, with a total of 128 anglers catching 5 yellowtail, 1 rockfish, 3 bonito, 1 sculpin, 1 yellowfin tuna, 9 bluefin tuna

El Gato Dos took 3 anglers out on a 1/2 day am trip and found 4 bluefin tuna willing to bite. their pm 1/2 day with 6 anglers at the rail reported 10 rockfish and 1 lingcod caught.

58 anglers aboard the San Diego 3/4 day trip caught 190 yellowtail and 1 halibut.

4 anglers aboard the Alexes 3/4 day run to the kelp caught 36 calico bass, 20 of which were released.

The Tribute 1 day run with 30 anglers aboard reported 19 yellowtail, 2 yellowfin tuna and 24 bluefin tuna caught.

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July 2 dock totals

The Dolphin 1/2 day am run with 76 anglers aboard reported 1 lingcod and 170 rockfish caught. 62 anglers aboard their 1/2 day pm run put 1 sheephead, 206 rockfish and 4 lingcod in the sacks.

Old Glory, out on a 1 day run with 20 anglers aboard, called in with 23 bluefin tuna and 31 yellowtail in the hold.

The Malihini 3/4 day run with 38 anglers aboard reported 1 yellowtail and 54 yellowfin tuna caught.

The Premier 1/2 day am run with 60 anglers at the rail reported 43 rockfish, 49 calico bass and 1 yellowtail caught. 68 anglers aboard their 1/2 day pm run boated 307 rockfish and 1 calico bass.

The Sea Adventure 80 2.5 day run with 11 anglers aboard reported 32 bluefin tuna, 9 yellowfin tuna and 10 yellowtail caught.

36 anglers aboard the Electra 1/2 day am run caught 5 sand bass and 40 calico bass, 30 of which were released.

1 sand bass, 20 bonito, 198 calico bass, 2 rockfish and 3 yellowtail were caught by the 33 anglers aboard the Sea Trek 3/4 day run. 150 of the calicos were released.

The New Lo-An 1.5 day trip with 27 anglers aboard reported 32 bluefin tuna, 5 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail caught.

38 anglers aboard the Mission Belle 3/4 day hefted 10 bonito and 79 yellowtail over the rail.

45 anglers total between both am and pm runs aboard the Daily Double accounted for 1 lingcod, 2 sand bass, 3 calico bass, 1 sheephead and 216 rockfish.

The New Seaforth ran twice, am and pm, with a total of 128 anglers catching 5 yellowtail, 1 rockfish, 3 bonito, 1 sculpin, 1 yellowfin tuna, 9 bluefin tuna

El Gato Dos took 3 anglers out on a 1/2 day am trip and found 4 bluefin tuna willing to bite. their pm 1/2 day with 6 anglers at the rail reported 10 rockfish and 1 lingcod caught.

58 anglers aboard the San Diego 3/4 day trip caught 190 yellowtail and 1 halibut.

4 anglers aboard the Alexes 3/4 day run to the kelp caught 36 calico bass, 20 of which were released.

The Tribute 1 day run with 30 anglers aboard reported 19 yellowtail, 2 yellowfin tuna and 24 bluefin tuna caught.

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