Local Sea Conditions

1 NOAA - National Weather Service Forcast Office for San Diego Area
National Weather Service website provides great resource for weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas. Visit their site for local weather conditions.
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2 Southern California Wind Analysis
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3 Fish Weather- Wind Obs + Marine FX
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4 Tide Condition
Provided by Freetidetables.com.
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5 Water Temperature
Supplies users with free near-real-time satellite derived sea surface temperature, oceanographic, and El Nino information for the U.S. west coast.
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6 Fish Dope
FishDope.com was created for one purpose, to help Southern California anglers catch more fish without wasting precious fuel or time. Fish Dope has been designed to give members all the pertinent information needed to plan a successful day on the water.
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Fishing Reports

Whether you fish the local Southern California waters or down in Mexico, these links listed below will help you locate the best areas to fish and what you need for catching them . . .

1 East Cape
Located in the Sea of Cortez from Los Frailes to the south and Punta Arena de la Ventana to the north, this area is one of the most consistent areas in the world for tuna, dorado, sailfish, roosterfish, stripped marlin, and blue marlin.
East Cape

2 La Paz
One of our favorite places to stay in the beautiful Sea of Cortez. La Paz with its friendly people, drop dead gorgeous sunsets, and year round fishing make it a must for those wanting the vastness of Baja and the true Mexican experience.  We recommend Jonathon Roldan's Tailhunter Sport Fishing & Diving Adventures as who we would personally use when fishing pangas out of La Paz.
La Paz

3 Cabo San Lucas
Located on the southern tip of Baja, this area is home of some of the largest and most prestige's marlin tournaments in the world.
Cabo San Lucas

4 976BITE
This would have to be one our "GOTO" websites when fishing for Bluefin, Albacore, Yellowtail, and Yellowfin during the months of April through October.  Very close with the private boaters out of San Diego, Bob only puts up verified information and we would consider his information top notch for fishing southern California offshore and northern Baja.
976-BITE

5 ISLA Cedros
Get the latest fishing report to Isla Cedros.
Isla Cedros

5 976-Tuna
These guys have it all together regarding accurate fishing reports for Southern California to Mexico. Believe us, there's plenty of fishing news on this site. SIGN UP FOR 976-TUNA GOLD MEMBERSHIP AND TELL THEM YOU HEARD IT HERE!
976-TUNA

6 Mexican Fish Report
Fish Report information for most of Mexico, including Baja. "Arriba!"
Mexican Fishing Report

7 Sport Fishing Reports
Get the latest sport boat reports.
Sport Fishing Report

Mexican Fish Identifier and Information Site

1 Mexfish.com
Mexican fish identifier and information site.
Mexfish.com

Royal Polaris Feed

Current Conditions
Royal Polaris Sportfishing
  • 1.5 on the roll (092914)
    Hello everyone;  We departed on our 1.5 trip.  With 32 happy anglers, and a good load of bait.  We are headed for points south. 

    We will be searching for kelps bright and early in the morning.  So wish us luck and we will keep you posted on our events.  The R/p crew (Roy, Dharyl, Jonathan, Ed, Chris, and John).

    "BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"
  • What A Finish (092814)
    Hello everyone;  Well it's not much I can say about this finish, but what a day we had.  We started out looking for kelps, and it didn't take long.  We started out with a small kelp that produced a handful of Dorado, so the next kelp was the BINGO kelp for us.  This one was holding Dorado and Yellowfin tuna. It wasn't long before Roy said we are done, and we headed for San Diego. 

    Most of the Dorado were in the 14 to 20 pound range, very nice fish.  The Yellowfin were in the 10 to 15 pound range.  Everyone on board is happy, and we are headed for home.

    We will arrive to San Diego at 05:30 hours, and will depart on a 1.5 trip.  So until fingers and keyboard meet again.  Good Luck & Good Fishing, the R/p crew.

    "BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"





    What A Finish (092814)
    Hello everyone;  Well it's not much I can say about this finish, but what a day we had.  We started out looking for kelps, and it didn't take long.  We started out with a small kelp that produced a handful of Dorado, so the next kelp was the BINGO kelp for us.  This one was holding Dorado and Yellowfin tuna. It wasn't long before Roy said we are done, and we headed for San Diego. 

    Most of the Dorado were in the 14 to 20 pound range, very nice fish.  The Yellowfin were in the 10 to 15 pound range.  Everyone on board is happy, and we are headed for home.

    We will arrive to San Diego at 05:30 hours, and will depart on a 1.5 trip.  So until fingers and keyboard meet again.  Good Luck & Good Fishing, the R/p crew.

    "BeNt RoDs 4 LiFe"





    What A Day (092714)
    Hello everyone; 

    WOW is the word for today, and what a day we had.  The only thing that was wrong with today was our weather.  We had 18 to 25 knots of breeze most of the day, but that didn't stop the Yellowtail from biting.  We had limits for all aboard (daily limits).  Most of the fish were in the 15 to 20 pounds, with some in the 22 to 30 pound range. 

    With the weather being up, we are headed north, and will try another area tomorrow, to fill out our Yellowtail catch, then head for home.  We were hoping for a weather change, but the report is the same for the next two days, so we will move north and stay close to the beach. 

    So until tomorrow, wish us luck on our weather, the R/p crew.

    "Keeping Rods Bent"







  • Departing on 3 day adventure. (092614)
    Hello everyone; Reporting from the Royal Polaris. We departed on or 3 day open. We have a good load of bait,and we are headed for points south. With good reports on Yellowtail in the 13 to 18 pound range, its just what the doctor ordered for our group. After Roy gave his seminar on safety and what we are our going tor fishing on the first day,it was time for the crew to get to work, but not before the lunch. Kenny has papered an excellent flank stake and bean salad for us.

    So with that, I'll close for now. The R/p crew (Roy, Dharyl, Jonathan, Chris, Eddie, Ben, Kenny, and John)

    "BENT RoDs 4 LiFe)