This is not the first time that Mogi-san and his group fished Cape Cod,
In the past year Mogi-san and his group visited the US on 3 occasion,
They came all the way from Japan to have a shot at our Atlantic Blue fin tuna, we had to charter 2 boats for the group and the arrangements had all been made long ago,
I had Capt Dom of Coastal charters sportfishing and Capt Eric of Livewell charters teaming up for this group,
The guys have been sitting at the dock and waiting for the wind to die down for the past 2 days.
We took our shot yesterday and made it with very rough condition to have one hook up by Ajichi-san, unfortunately Ajichi-san lost the fish yesterday at the boat side,
so we called it off at around 10:00AM. The decision was right as the sea condition was really bad,
as the condition got better today in the morning we had multiple shots at the smaller fishes,
I came in tight first, landed and released a nice 50 inch fish,
We then started seeing birds working and Capt Dom put us in a great position with 3 lures being launched at the same time
3 anglers came in tight at once, it was the best feed of the day and some of the best shots in a long time and we made it happen,
Beerman Okubo-san came in tight first, follow by me and then Konishi-san!
We landed all 3 fish and released 1 and kept 1 over and 1 under,
the biggest was 58 1/2 while the other slob was 43 inch,
We had a great time on the water and we will be back at it tomorrow morning,
It was great to see Capt Josh on the water and to see my friend Raymond getting hooked up on his first Bluefin tuna on topwater.
I would like to thank Capt Dom and Capt Eric for their joint effort they put on the water today.
To summarize it, it wasn't bad at all to go 4 for 4!
rods: Carpenter prototype
Reels: Shimano stella 18000/20000
Line: Sunline, Varivas SMP,
Lures: Carpenter, Moutoukenamru, daiwa Dorado Pencil