On Saturday May, 26th, we canceled our trip due to strong winds and high seas. Sunday May 27th, the ocean was flat and the winds were calm. Hard to believe it was the same place as yesterday. We did a salmon trip in the morning and ended up with about a fish per rod for 16 anglers. Nothing real big but lots of action. We fished right outside the whistle buoy in about 200 ft. of water. In the afternoon, we went down south by Mendocino and looked for some hungry rockfish. The lings were snapping again. We had about 3/4 limits of rockfish and 31 lings!! Nice. On Monday I went out with a light load and decided to go north. Didn’t have to go very far. The farthest we made it was about 4 miles north. Richard Bartholf from Ukiah got the big fish jackpot with his 9 pound lingcod. Darren Groves out of Ukiah landed a nice Cabazone weighing in at almost 8 pounds! Fish-On!