Fishing grand isle with Capt. William Wall

Discussion in 'Offshore Fishing Reports' started by Tunahunter, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. Tunahunter

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    As most of you know, weather was to be a little rough off the Texas coast. So, I looked to go waaaay east, where it was suppose to be a little calmer, to do some tuna fishing.
    Capt. William Wall of (Pelagic Charters) had a spot open saturday on his (awesome) 33 T contender, so I jumped on board. Made it out ,well over 100 miles, to a floater where Capt. Will said there would be YFT. And boy was he right. There was yellows jumping everywhere. Had no problem catching our 3 man limit (9 yellowfin)in under 2 hours!! With the biggest topping about 100 lbs.

    Stopped at one rig on the way back, and easily picked up a few AJs and almaco jacks.
    Was some great tuna fishing , with an awesome Capt. , with a sweet boat. This guy will put u on the fish!!!!

    Thanks Capt. Will and deckhand Mike for a great trip!
     

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  2. rtran

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    nice! Where does Capt. Will launch out of?
     

  3. Tunahunter

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    Launch out of Grand Isle,LA . Website is Pelagiccharterllc.com. Call him up if u ever plan a trip that way 1-225-454-5365 He is a real cool Capt. ,and has a cooler boat.
     
  4. Tunahunter

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    few more pics
     

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  5. rtran

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    That boat is sweeeet.