As Friday ended, I was feeling blessed to have taken this trip. Anyone who wanted to caught, tuna (Yellowfin or Bluefin), Yellowtail and Wahoo had more than ample chances to catch their fill of these fish. The only fish that did not want to find the Polaris Supreme this trip was Dorado or Mahi Mahi. But the amazing wahoo fishing more than made up for the absence of Dorado
Now all the hard work would begin: Tearing down of fishing outfits, stowing fishing tackle, packing up clothes and planning what to do with all those fish when we arrive back in San Diego on Saturday.
My main concern was making it to the airport in time for my Saturday flight. I really didn’t want to fly out the same day we returned but I knew if I stay around in San Diego too long I wouldn’t want to go home.
Saturday morning the unloading of tackle, gear and fish when smoothly. I dropped of 2 wahoo and 2 Yellowfin tuna to 5 Star Fish Processing. On my last trip they handled all of my fish and air shipped them to me without any problems. I highly recommend their services when you return from your long range trip.
I would like to say it was a joy to fish with my fellow anglers on this trip. We had various skill levels on this trip. From hot stiks to novices, we all fished together without any problems or drama. That is something that is rare on these trips.
Final words are for the great folks of the Polaris Supreme. Susan and Tommy always treat me like family. Drew, Jed and the crew were always ready to lend a hand, a gaff or a verbal jab when needed. I know I said it before but the food was amazing. Thanks Chef Mike and Gringo.
If I could find the time every year this would be the trip I would take every year. And if you are thinking about going on a long range trip give the Polaris Supreme a try.