For his 4th trip, Alberto accompanied 2 newcomers: Juan Manuel & Valero
The tropical storm Adjali’s fickle leftovers contradicted our Spanish team arrival. As a matter of fact, their plane tried to land twice at 11.00 AM and 11.00 PM, turning over the airport, hoping any lull. Twice gusts and rain prevent from landing. Only the following day at 6.00 PM they managed to. No more time to lose. At 8.00 PM they were off, for a first night fishing session. Some small doggies and big eyes trevallies succumbed to the temptation.
As usual, when atmospheric pressure lows down, marlins raised up and we broke 2, trolling on our customers’ jigging tackle, during this very first day. However, a much biggest one unhooked. The sea calmed down and gave us numerous yellowfin tunas (27kg for the biggest) and wahoos (19kg for the biggest) as well as dorados. As they specially came for jigging, our Spanish mates released many small doggies. On the flip side jobfish, seriolas, blue trevallies, black jack, banded thick-lips, red coral trouts and lunar tailed cods livened up the jigging session. But once again, the biggest doggies were caught on live bait: 63kg by Valero, 48kg for Juan Manuel and 34kg for Alberto.