The Commander out of Seaforth Landing Teams up with 976- TUNA for a 2 day trip leaving Sunday September 25 at 10 pm. On the hunt for Tuna, dorado, yellowtail and more. Price is $400.00Meals and permits not included and will be collected on the boat. Simply book right on line or call for reservations at 310-328-8426 or Rick at 310-750-7583 as this one should sell out fast.Chartermaster Earl the Squirrel McVicar plus special guest chartermaster Captain Mike Jewitt AKA Hot Dog. Wont get any better than these two on the boat.
The Triton once again teams up with 976-TUNA for a 1.5 day trip leaving Thursday September 27 at 9 pm. Price is $225.00Meals and permits not included and will be collected on the boat. Simply book right on line or call for reservations at 310-328-8426 or Rick at 310-750-7583 as this one should sell out fast. Chartermasters Big Gabe, little Red and Join Larry from Baja Fish Gear with some give a ways.
Albacore, Blue Fin Tuna, Yellow Fin Tuna, Bigeye Tuna, Swordfish, Marlin, White Seabass, Yellowtail, Calico Bass, Sand Bass, Halibut, and many many more.
We Specialize in groups of 4 to as big as 80 anglers 1/2 trips to 16 day trips on the best Sportfishing boats in the Southern California Fleet.
The Cost of Mexican Fishing permits and or fuel sur charge is not included in ticket price. We reserve the right to over book by 2.
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The Helena out of Dana Wharf Sportfishing checking in with a fun 3/4 day charter today with 11 anglers and 9 nice yellowfin tuna. We also had quite a few fish lost and saw a few Marlin. Only a few open days left get out while you can on the Helena.
For both open party trip and or Charter information call 949-496-5794 and book yur trip or small group today.
Rick checking in from the Oceanside 95 out of Helgrens with a nice show on the fish today. They hooked up and ended the day with 4 bluefin to 85 pounds. They also had 1 yellowtail, a few bonito and some bottom fish to go with it.
The Next trip goes Sunday night. Call 760-722-2133 for reservations or CLICK HERE to book on line.
Ken is live from H&M Landing with a wrap-up report. 8 boats out today and they caught 53 Yellowfin Tuna, 17 Yellowtail, 62 Dorado, 15 Calico Bass, 8 Sheephead, 81 Rockfish, and 2 Bonito. Ken is live below to with a break down of all the counts.
Trips leaving daily.
Listen in then call 619-222-1144 for reservations.
Hello all SFV SALTWATER FISHERMEn have 2 spots open on the Triton tonight leaving at 9 pm load Is 18 people and cost is 200 per person if interested please message me or text me at 818-585-9285 target is game fish
Oceanside 95 1.5 Day Goes Sunday and Tuessday night
Tino is live from the Freedom out of 22nd Street Landing. Nice morning of fishing so far as its hot and so is the fishing on yellowtail - bonito. Leave your lake Irvine rods at home as the yellowtail are tooling people, Tino is live below to tell you all about it.
Overnight trips go all week.
CLICK HEREfor a schedule and book on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations and get on the Freedom with Team Tino.
Yesterday on Bongos III we fished a 3/4 day island trip with 3 anglers. Final score: 1 Bluefin Tuna, 3 Yellowtail up to 35 lbs and very full stringers of quality Bonita and Calico Bass. All day action.
Call 949-673-2810 to book your charter. Fish Bongos!!!
Just another day in paradise fishing on the Bongos.
A couple of hours of morning fishing produced little in the way of catching. Cold beach water, rolled over courtesy of the jumbo swell from the current blow on the outside, had far more of a winter signature than waters typical in the month of September. We spot fished our way up the coast easily gliding through the windless swell glad to be exactly where we were. In the end, contrasting dramatically with the outside paradise a few days prior, we closed out the voyage with some comical shallow water variety fishing, or “picking cactus” as I like to say.
And that was that. We called it a trip late morning heading up the line in fine conditions satisfied with another epic catch of impressive quality yellowfin tuna from the outside. A rather incredible combination of weather conditions during this run illustrated our place in the grand scheme but fortunately had very little negative impact on production. We conclude this run grateful for the tremendous good fortune. Our most sincere gratitude is extended to Rob Duby and the entire “Redneck Rodeo” group whom make a good time of whatever conditions the ocean has to offer year after year. These anglers could put on a clinic on attitude and approach to fishing. Suffice it to say the catching is bouns. Being out on the deep blue enjoying time among like minded friends is always the foundation of a good time. Final voyage photo features Royal Star angler Constantin Arghiropol with one of his “stock” 75 pound class yellowfin tuna landed early in the run.
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EXCEPTIONS WILL BE LICENSES, CONSIGNMENTS, GIFT CARDS, AND SOME ITEMS INCLUDING RODS, REELS, COOLERS, & A FEW OTHER ITEMS AS WELL AS SPECIAL ORDERS WILL BE ON SALE FOR PRICES TOO LOW TO MENTION, BUT UNFORTUNATELY NOT AT 40% OFF SALE PRICES ARE GOOD SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 2016 BETWEEN 10AM-2PM ARE ARE BASED ON MSRP AND ARE NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS.
Seaforth Sportfishing The A Team Report, Mark is Live
Mark is live from Seaforth Sportfishing with another A Team wrap-up report. The Pacific Voyager coming in with 140 yellowtail tuna and 1 yellowtail, The Outer Limits coming in with 50 yellowfin tuna, The Voyager with 40 yellowfin tuna. The San Diego with 39 yellowfin tuna, Mark is live below to tell you all about it.
Trips go daily with 1.5 day trips and more.
Call 619-224-3383 for all trip information and reservations.
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in tonight with your daily report. The Spitfire out on a 3/4 day run decked 80 reds, 250 rockfish and 3 fat lings. The Betty O had two 1/2 day runs today sacking 260 rockfish, 2sheephead, and 1 ling.
Trips go daily. Call for reservations and info at 310-822-3625.
Gavin is live from the Pacific Queen out of Fishermans Landinig With your afternoon check. Good fishing on the overnight trip with well over 40 yellowfin on the boat and they are in a stop right now and hooked up with a bit of time left to fish.
The Pasific Queen will fish you and they have trips for you all throught October Including another 1.5 day going Sunday night.
CLICK HEREfor a full schedule and book on line or call 619-221-8500 for reservatiions.
Pacific Star has a 2.5 trip with spots open for September 2.5 Day
Adam is live from the New Lo-An out of Point Loma Sportfishing as they docked up this morning from a 1.5 day trip. Fun fishing as they ended up with 36 yellowfin for the day and Adam has the story for you.
They do have 1.5 day trips going Monday and Wednesday night and all through October.
CLICK HERE find your date and book right on line or call 619-223-1627 for reservations.
Thanks for the memories! It was really fun to get back on the Pacific quest one last time! Grabbed the old crew and went out on a 1.5 day charter. The yellowfin were biting and the guys had the chance to catch 60-70 fish . Unfortunately we only ended up with 31 for 10 guys. Small hooks and light line were the only way to get bit and heavy casualties were inevitable! We missed you Cory Woods!
They have open part trips this month.
For a full schedule of trips and to book on line CLICK HEREor call 951-491-1004 for reservations. The Pacific Quest is your hook up to Adventure.
It was an unusually light week for charter fishing adventures from the Marina El Cid this past week and it appeared that the full moon phase seemed to limit the numbers of anglers for fishing adventures. We did receive a good fishing report for a total of 17 days fished that reflected 1 sailfish, 31 giant Atlantic barracuda, 2 wahoo, 1 amberjack, 1 arcoiris, 6 grouper, 14 bonito, 12 banana fish, 1 remora, 28 chack-chi, 7 triggerfish, 2 cabrilla and 4 snappers
PM Climate: A mostly cloudy week with scattered thunderstorms off and on from Wednesday thru Sunday during a full moon condition.
Sea Conditions: Water temps stable at 85-86 degrees. Tropical surface breezes flowing mostly from the easterly directions at about 6.85 mph. The entire area has been very fishable through the past week.
Best Bait: The continuous bait of choice by anglers and crew is the seemingly always availability of the ballyhoo caught fresh each morning.
Bait Supply: Even the full moon didn't hamper the supply of freshly caught ballyhoo baits that are provided as an inclusion with each charter.
Our Local Reporter for the fishing fleet and Puerto Morelos: Ms. Laura Garcia-Paredes, Fishing Reservation Office and area sportfishing reporter
Captain Temo Verboonen forwarded the fishing information for the area surrounding Zihuatanejo this past week and unfortunately, there was virtually nothing to report for the boats. He added there was plenty of rainy weather and no anglers on the pier that were looking to go out fishing.
IZ Climate: A partly cloudy to cloudy week with scattered thunderstorms off and on through the week. Daytime air temps averaged 89.6 and night time averaged 77.5. The humidity ratio averaged 74.3%.
Sea Conditions: Water temps holding stable at 88-89 degrees. Tropical surface breezes averaging about 6.6 mph and flowing mostly from the westerly directions.
Best Fishing Area: Nothing to report.
Best Lures/Bait: Nothing to Report.
Bait Supply: Nothing to Report.
Our Local Zihuatanejo Reporter: Captain Temo Verboonen, owner-operator of the two super pangas, Secuestro de Amor and Macho Banana.