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January 15 dock totals

24 anglers aboard the Chubasco II 3/4 day run boated 3 bluefin tuna, 48 yellowfin tuna and 3 yellowtail.

The Dolphin 1/2 day am run with 31 anglers aboard reported 33 bonito, 3 sheephead, 1 sand bass, 3 sculpin, 140 rockfish, 2 lingcod and 1 barracuda caught. Thier pm 1/2 day run with 37 anglers on deck scored just 1 yellowtail for the trip.

18 anglers aboard the Condor 1.5 day trip caught 35 yellowfin tuna, 2 dorado and limits of 90 California Yellowtail.

The Top Gun 80 carrying 25 anglers reported a total catch of 3 dorado, 46 yellowfin tuna and 63 yellowtail.

24 anglers aboard the Sea Adventure 80 2.5 day trip put 90 yellowfin tuna, 15 dorado and 20 yellowtail in the hold.

The Malihini 3/4 day run with 43 anglers at the rail reported 5 yellowfin tuna, 1 dorado, 1 bluefin tuna and 1 yellowtail caught.

12 anglers aboard the Vendetta 3/4 day run caught a total of 15 yellowfin tuna and 1 bluefin tuna.

23 anglers on a 1 day trip aboard the Producer put 4 bluefin tuna and 20 yellowfin tuna in the hold.

80 anglers total between the two 1/2 day runs aboard the Premier accounted for 41 calico bass, 1 sheephead, 8 sand bass and 60 rockfish.

5 anglers aboard the Joanna 1/2 day am run caught 2 sand bass, 24 rockfish, 3 calico bass, 3 lingcod and 12 bonito. The bonito and lingcod were released.

16 yellowfin tuna were caught by 14 anglers aboard the Fisherman III 3/4 day run.

The Constitution 2.5 day trip with 22 anglers aboard returned to the dock with 4 dorado, 15 yellowfin tuna and 11 yellowtail in the hold.

30 anglers aboard the Ranger 85 totalled up 9 yellowtail, 1 skipjack tuna, 28 yellowfin tuna.

The Electra 1/2 day am run carrying 29 anglers reported 7 sand bass, 20 calico bass, 50 mackerel, 1 yellowtail and 2 short barracuda (released).

20 anglers aboard the New Lo-An 1.5 day trip put 12 yellowtail, 76 yellowfin tuna and 2 dorado in the hold.

50 rockfish and 10 bonito were caught by the 11 anglers aboard the Point Loma 1/2 day am run.

The Josie Lynn reported 6 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail caught by the 5 anglers aboard their 3/4 day run.

78 anglers aboard two 1/2 day runs by the Daily Double accounted for the total catch of 33 sand bass, 1 lingcod, 219 rockfish, 12 calico bass and 1 halibut.

19 rockfish, 5 bonito and 49 yellowtail were caught by the 16 anglers aboard the Mission Belle 3/4 day run.

El Gato Dos reported 1 dorado, 12 yellowfin tuna and limits of 15 yellowtail for the 3 anglers aboard their 3/4 day run.

The New Seaforth 1/2 day am run with 63 anglers at the rail resulted in only 3 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail being caught looking outside, so they decided to fish inshore for their pm 1/2 day run with 43 anglers aboard and reported 2 rockfish, 96 calico bass and 11 yellowtail caught.

The Alexes 1/2 day am run outside with 6 anglers reported 1 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail and also fished inshore for the afternoon run with 6 anglers and called in with 15 calico bass caught, 12 of them released.

45 anglers aboard the Sea Watch 3/4 day run caught 13 sand bass, 15 bonito and 235 calico bass, of which 200 were short and released.

The Tribute 1 day trip carrying 24 anglers aboard reported 1 yellowtail, 33 yellowfin tuna and 1 dorado caught.

36 anglers aboard the San Diego 3/4 day run put 74 yellowtail, 2 yellowfin tuna and 2 dorado in the gunnysacks.

The Outer Limits 1 day trip carrying 18 anglers reported 7 bluefin tuna and 2 yellowfin tuna caught.

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24 anglers aboard the Chubasco II 3/4 day run boated 3 bluefin tuna, 48 yellowfin tuna and 3 yellowtail.

The Dolphin 1/2 day am run with 31 anglers aboard reported 33 bonito, 3 sheephead, 1 sand bass, 3 sculpin, 140 rockfish, 2 lingcod and 1 barracuda caught. Thier pm 1/2 day run with 37 anglers on deck scored just 1 yellowtail for the trip.

18 anglers aboard the Condor 1.5 day trip caught 35 yellowfin tuna, 2 dorado and limits of 90 California Yellowtail.

The Top Gun 80 carrying 25 anglers reported a total catch of 3 dorado, 46 yellowfin tuna and 63 yellowtail.

24 anglers aboard the Sea Adventure 80 2.5 day trip put 90 yellowfin tuna, 15 dorado and 20 yellowtail in the hold.

The Malihini 3/4 day run with 43 anglers at the rail reported 5 yellowfin tuna, 1 dorado, 1 bluefin tuna and 1 yellowtail caught.

12 anglers aboard the Vendetta 3/4 day run caught a total of 15 yellowfin tuna and 1 bluefin tuna.

23 anglers on a 1 day trip aboard the Producer put 4 bluefin tuna and 20 yellowfin tuna in the hold.

80 anglers total between the two 1/2 day runs aboard the Premier accounted for 41 calico bass, 1 sheephead, 8 sand bass and 60 rockfish.

5 anglers aboard the Joanna 1/2 day am run caught 2 sand bass, 24 rockfish, 3 calico bass, 3 lingcod and 12 bonito. The bonito and lingcod were released.

16 yellowfin tuna were caught by 14 anglers aboard the Fisherman III 3/4 day run.

The Constitution 2.5 day trip with 22 anglers aboard returned to the dock with 4 dorado, 15 yellowfin tuna and 11 yellowtail in the hold.

30 anglers aboard the Ranger 85 totalled up 9 yellowtail, 1 skipjack tuna, 28 yellowfin tuna.

The Electra 1/2 day am run carrying 29 anglers reported 7 sand bass, 20 calico bass, 50 mackerel, 1 yellowtail and 2 short barracuda (released).

20 anglers aboard the New Lo-An 1.5 day trip put 12 yellowtail, 76 yellowfin tuna and 2 dorado in the hold.

50 rockfish and 10 bonito were caught by the 11 anglers aboard the Point Loma 1/2 day am run.

The Josie Lynn reported 6 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail caught by the 5 anglers aboard their 3/4 day run.

78 anglers aboard two 1/2 day runs by the Daily Double accounted for the total catch of 33 sand bass, 1 lingcod, 219 rockfish, 12 calico bass and 1 halibut.

19 rockfish, 5 bonito and 49 yellowtail were caught by the 16 anglers aboard the Mission Belle 3/4 day run.

El Gato Dos reported 1 dorado, 12 yellowfin tuna and limits of 15 yellowtail for the 3 anglers aboard their 3/4 day run.

The New Seaforth 1/2 day am run with 63 anglers at the rail resulted in only 3 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail being caught looking outside, so they decided to fish inshore for their pm 1/2 day run with 43 anglers aboard and reported 2 rockfish, 96 calico bass and 11 yellowtail caught.

The Alexes 1/2 day am run outside with 6 anglers reported 1 yellowfin tuna and 1 yellowtail and also fished inshore for the afternoon run with 6 anglers and called in with 15 calico bass caught, 12 of them released.

45 anglers aboard the Sea Watch 3/4 day run caught 13 sand bass, 15 bonito and 235 calico bass, of which 200 were short and released.

The Tribute 1 day trip carrying 24 anglers aboard reported 1 yellowtail, 33 yellowfin tuna and 1 dorado caught.

36 anglers aboard the San Diego 3/4 day run put 74 yellowtail, 2 yellowfin tuna and 2 dorado in the gunnysacks.

The Outer Limits 1 day trip carrying 18 anglers reported 7 bluefin tuna and 2 yellowfin tuna caught.

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