Wahoo On The Fly!

Crusty

New Member
My uncle and I chartered the Shogun to do just that. We have a couple of spots open and Shogun Sportfishing wants the angler list in a couple of months to secure the boat. The trip isn't until Nov 2018 so there's plenty of time to beg, borrow or steal those 13-15wt setups.

400+ scoops of bait for chumming. 3-4 skiffs to chase down the big fish. 16 anglers is an ultra-limited load.

Interested? PM me here or call the number below.



This is my first post on this board. This is not a commercial advertisement. I'm one of the paying anglers on this trip just trying to fill some open spots. If the mods deem this post inappropriate, I will delete it.
 

Robert Engleheart

Robert
WFF Supporter
Guy I used to work with has done a similar trip with gear and says it's fantastic. With fly tackle it could only be better.
 

River Pig

Active Member
Guessing there will be no trip report because it's an advertisement. Could be wrong, but not usually.
 

River Pig

Active Member
Didn't see the part under the picture about it not being an advertisement until just now. Just seemed fishy (haha) being the dudes first post and all. Sorry if I was wrong.
 

VIUcutthroat

Active Member
I watched a slide show years ago given by Trey Combs. It was pretty impressive. It seemed to me at the time to be a good opportunity for someone like myself (with little experience) to go out and learn about rigging, flies etc. Having pulled on tuna with a 12 wt., I would definately opt for a couple of 14-15 wt rods for a trip like this. Wish I had the bucks, I think it would be a cool experience. And could spend the summer in a gym working out!
 

Crusty

New Member
Not a commercial advertisement. I'm not making a penny on this. I'm paying the full amount to fish, just trying to fill in a couple empty spots or the boat doesn't go.

Perhaps the professional graphics threw you off. That was done by my nephew who is a graphic designer. Sorry if it seems fishy.
 

Tacoma Red

Active Member
I have done this several times in Hawaii for mostly Mahi-Mahi, Aku, and rarely Ahi and Ono. The speed and battle of an Ono on a fly rod (or on any tackle) is truly amazing. @$6K it would have to be 5-star accommodations/food.
 

Crusty

New Member
@$6K it would have to be 5-star accommodations/food.

It is. The food is arguably the best in the fleet.

The Shogun has 13 staterooms, and we're limiting to 16 anglers. Ten anglers have private staterooms and 3 staterooms will have two anglers. Most staterooms are designed for 3 anglers.

Pictures from shogunsportfishing.com







 
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SilverFly

Active Member
My uncle and I chartered the Shogun to do just that. We have a couple of spots open and Shogun Sportfishing wants the angler list in a couple of months to secure the boat. The trip isn't until Nov 2018 so there's plenty of time to beg, borrow or steal those 13-15wt setups.

400+ scoops of bait for chumming. 3-4 skiffs to chase down the big fish. 16 anglers is an ultra-limited load.

Interested? PM me here or call the number below.



This is my first post on this board. This is not a commercial advertisement. I'm one of the paying anglers on this trip just trying to fill some open spots. If the mods deem this post inappropriate, I will delete it.
Don't take this personally Crusty, but I kinda hate you right now! Just kidding of course. If I had $6K burning a hole in my pocket, I'd be on this like a sea lion eating endangered salmon in a fish ladder.
 

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