The Pacific Queen out of Fishermans Landing teams up with 976-TUNA for a 2 day trip. Trip leaves Friday June 9th at 9 pm. This trip will be heading offshore for tuna and yellowtail. Price is $450.00Meals and permits not included and will be collected on the boat. Simply book right on line or call for reservations at 310-328-8426. PASSPORT IS REQUID. Charter Master Earl The Pearl
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Hey gang the mighty Chief is all geared up for the coming 2017 season and we still have a few prime charter dates available. If you have a large group of friends or a company we can accommodate your needs for loads up to 35 anglers.We offer a wide variety of trips ranging from 1 day to 4.5 day's in length with meal plans, fruit, candy bowls even Sushi platters served up by Chef James. The berthing areas are fully Air Conditioned and include open berthing and stateroom accommodations along with Electrical outlets.
If you would like to charter the Chief or just have questions give Chris Randel a call at (619) 871-8862 or e-mail at E-mail
Gail Force Catalina Limited Load Goes Sunday April 30
Capt. Chuck Taft aboard the Legend has 3 openings on tonight's overnight trip departing at 10pm out of H&M Landing fishing for tuna and yellowtail offshore. The trip price is $205.00 includes permit, passport not needed.
Departing again on Saturday night at 10pm the boat has a light load.
NEW LO-AN – Overnight trip. THIS TRIP IS A DEFINITE GO!! Ticket price is $200.00 and includes your Mexican permit and bunk. Only 11 booked at this time. NO PASSPORT needed for this trip. Departs at 10:00pm.
Departing Saturday night:
NEW LO-AN – Overnight trip $200.00. THIS TRIP IS A DEFINITE GO!! Ticket price is $200.00 and includes your Mexican permit and bunk. Only 6 booked at this time. NO PASSPORT needed for this trip. Departs at 10:00pm.
Call 619-223-1627 for reservations or CLICK HEREfor a full schedule and book right on line.
Prowler is a Definite Go fishing on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
The Prowler is a Definite Go fishing on Saturday, and Sunday. We will be fishing offshore targeting Bluefin and yellowtail. 25-40 lb test and a 50 lb or bigger outfit are the basics as far as tackle choices.
TRIP IS A GO
For further information and reservations call Fisherman's Landing 619-221-8500 and ask for the Prowler or CLICK HEREto book your trip right on line.
Point Loma Sportfishing Long Range News From The Independence
We are still at it out here, and today was not as good as yesterday but good enough to keep everyone at the rail. 20 fish for,the effort most being 60 to 100 lbs. with great weather and 3 more days to fish we are hoping for a strong finish. Sea ya then, Jeff
Fishermans Landing Long Range Update - The Royal Star Scratching
We pieced together another decent day for 20 yft up to 175 and a handful of skin. Same story, short flurries in variable conditions. It feels like it could get good if the current would cooperate. We are hanging tight in hopes that it does.
Fishermans Landing Long Range News ~ Royal Polaris All About The Same
Well today was just about the same as yesterday, but we did a little more action in the early morning hours. The grade of the Yellowfin was the same, but our largest fish today was about 140 pounds. We did lose a few larger one’s, for one reason or another. We had good action after 16:00 hours, with most of the fish coming in on the fly-line sardines. The kite did produce the larger grade fish. We will start our RSW tank tomorrow, so let the good times roll in. No room for bait, so everyone get’s the night off, passengers that is. So until tomorrow, wish us luck. Team R/p.
The fishing during the past week was a little slower for the billfish and probably due to the wet weather throughout the area. While we still had 36 days of charter fishing, the catches were down a little and will likely come back this coming week. The catches reported were 1 white marlin, 14 sailfish, 3 dorado, 9 giant Atlantic barracudas, 14 bonito, 2 king mackerel, 21 grouper, 79 triggerfish, 143 chackchi, 5 snappers, 15 banana fish, 2 pilot fish and 3 mojarres.
PM Climate: Last week was a mostly rainy and wet week with 6 of the 7 days producing thunderstorms and showers and even a single port closure day. This week there were only a couple of late afternoon thundershowers, with a few partly cloudy days and a few more sunny days. Daytime air temps this week averaged 85 degrees and 71.4 nights. Humidity ration averaged 65.8%.
Sea Conditions: Water temps at 81-82 degrees all over this area. Tropical surface breezes flowing mostly from the easterly directions at 11.5 mph average.
Best Bait: The Ballyhoo baits continue to be the baits of choice for the anglers and the crews.
Bait Supply: The ballyhoo bait supply continues to be readily available for the entire fleet and is provided on a daily basis as part of the charters.
Our Local Reporter: Ms. Lily Valdez, Marina El Cid fishing reservations center and area fishing reporter.
The off shore waters continue to be very slow for the billfish and the better area doesn't start until you reach the 30 mile mark where the water starts to clean up and start to turn bluish and cleaner. While there was a report of a couple of striped marlin caught and a single 22 lb. dorado in the 30 mile area, overall, it was not a good fishing week for the off shore waters. The inshore waters were much more productive this past week and even though the waters remained very greenish, the chulas, bonito and the jak crevalles offered the in shore anglers some much better action.
IZ Climate: A mostly pleasant week with a few passing clouds and lots of sunshine with daytime temps averaging 83.8 and nights right at 70 degrees. Humidity ratio at 80% average for the week.
Sea Conditions: Water temps at 80-81 inshore and rising to 83-85 off shore but mostly greenish water all over the area.
Best Fishing Area: Water starts cleaning up at the 30 mile mark but the fish are still not cooperating for the anglers. The inshore areas producing better action but the fish are moving around rapidly and have to be relocated on a daily basis right now.
Best Bait/Lure: Rigged baits working best for the off shore areas, live baits working well for the jacks on the inshore waters.
Bait Supply: The bait supply remains very good for both, fresh rigging baits and live bait at $5.00 per dozen from the bait vendor.
Our local reporter: Captain Temo Verboonen, owner-operator of the super pangas, Secuestro de Amor and Macho Banana.
Mazatlan Climate: Daytime temps averaged 85.4 and nights at 62.8 and mostly a partly cloudy week with the weekend full of sunshine.
Sea Conditions: Water temps 77-78 degrees inshore and rising to 79 off shore. Surface breezes flowing in from the westerly directions at a 10.4 mph average. A one day port closure and an additional 3 days with no charters this past week plus the one day port closure.
Best Fishing Area: No area that was fished produced anything for the 4 fishing days.
Best Lure or Bait: Very few charters this past week for the off shore or the in shore waters. Only 4 off shore fishing days and 2 inshore fishing days.
Our Local reporter: Ms. Kitcia Berenice Ceja Dias, Ace reporter for the Aries Sport Fishing Fleet and Mazatlan sport fishing.
The fishing & catching from Cabo San Lucas, remains slow and difficult for the most part but it was much better this past week than the week before. High billfish boat for the w3eek was the Gaviota I, reporting in with 3 stripers released for 5 days fished, along with a single hammerhead shark. The overall catches for the fleet for a combined total of 23 days fished reflected 7 stripers released, 24 skipjack, 1 hammerhead shark, 6 roosterfish and 14 Sierras. The Gaviota IV released 2 stripers for 2 days fished and the Fish Cabo released 2 stripers for 3 days fished. The 28' Californian sport fisher, "Gaviota IX", is back in full service and completely reconditioned for the coming season.
Cabo Climate: Daytime weather averaged 76.7 degrees and nights at 64.1. Humidity ratio averaed 71.1%. Monday & Tuesday were partly cloudy days then all sunshine for the remainder of the week with nothing more than a passing cloud here and there.
Sea Conditions: Surface breezes flowing mostly from the westerly directions and averaged 14.5 mph daily. Water temps on the Pacific side, from Finger Bank down across the Golden Gate and the Jamie Bank, all at 69-70 degrees but cooler in closer to the shore at 63-64 degrees. Cabo San Lucas and up to the ordla Banks and close in to shore all at 76-77 degrees. Above the Gorda Banks and into the Sea of Cortez, all at 78-79 degrees.
Best Fishing Area: The 1150 Fathom Spot and Palmilla produced the better billfish bite.
Best Lure or bait: Rigged baits and live baits were best for the billfish.
Bait Supply: The live caballito supply remains very good at the $3.00 per bait rate.
Our Local Reporters: Roberto Marquez, owner of the Fish Cabo boats and Carlos Pena, Gaviota Fleet Manager.
As promised, we will be blowing out our Awesome Custom Rainshadow Rods this Friday & Saturday! Come pull on them, fall in love, buy a set and go have fun catching that fish of a lifetime on these Awesome Rods!
$300! That's Right, $300 for a fully custom wrapped rod! No other discounts. Buy more than one and get some Free Jigs!
Yellowtail Special Rods (RCJB H's 30-60):
7' Hypolon, Alps aluminum reel seat and heavy Alps XN guides - Great 40lb bait/yo-yo stick if you want to stay at 7'!
8' Hypolon, Alps aluminum reel seat and heavy Alps XN guides - Great 40lb bait/yo-yo stick if you want that extra foot!
8' deckhand style with regular Alps XN guides - Great 40lb 8' Jigstick if you can't handle the 9'!
8'10" deckhand style with regular Apls XN guides - Great 40lb Jigstick for heavier Iron like Salas 7X, 6X heavy and Tady 14A's!
Lupe/Bluefin Special Rods (RCJB XH's 40-80):
7' Hypolon, Alps aluminum reel seat and heavy Alps XN guides - Great 50lb bait/yo-yo stick if you want to stay at 7'!
7'6" Hypolon, Alps aluminum reel seat and heavy Alps XN guides - Great 50lb bait/yo-yo stick if you want that extra 6"!
Wahoo Special Rods (RCJB 106XH 40-80). Great 9' class 50/60lb class Jigstick for casting Wahoo bombs and all types of heavy jigs. Awesome Young Man's and Deckhand Rod! Not for the faint of heart!
You will not find a better product at such a great deal! Don't miss out on this opportunity!
Come see Oliver, Mike and the gang at The Syndicate.
Mike is live from the 1/2 Day Western Pride out of Daveys locker as they did get out on a windy day. They made the best of it for the 13 anglers with 25 keeper sand bass, a couple handfuls of sculpin8 sheephead, and lot's of perch.
They do it again tomorrow. Call 949-673-1434 for reservations or CLICK HERE and book on line.
Rick is live from the Oceanside 95 out of Helgrens Sportfishing. Great day on the water yesterday with 4 bluefin tuna up to 129 pounds, 44 yellowtail, and 14 bonito. Good times and Rick is live below to tell you all about it.
They have a overnight trips going Friday, and Saturday night.
Call 760-722-2133 for information and reservations or CLICK HEREto book on line and ride the Big O.
Point Loma Sportfishing Long Range - The Independence Improving For Sure
Well the saying goes " it can only get better " applies in the fishing world for sure, as the first few days were slooow fishing. Today on the other hand we had better conditions and lo and behold better fishing. It wasn't wide open , but we had decent action on 50 to 205 lb. tuna with better sign of those 80 to 100 lb. fish. So with plenty of time left we hope to keep the ball rolling. Wish us luck, Jeff
Fishermans Landing Long Range - The Excel First Day
We arrived to our destination at 06:45 hours. We did some looking around, before we made our first anchor job. It was a slow start, but things picked up in the afternoon. We ended up having a very good day. Most of the fish were in the 70 to 90 pound range, with a few over 100 pounds. Largest fish today was a 185 pound Yellowfin tuna, caught by Tony Gallo, on the kite. We also added some Wahoo to our count. We will try to make flyers tonight, so wish us luck. Team R/p.
The guys finished up their one day trip with one Bluefin Tuna weighing in at 112lbs and limits of Yellowtail. Unfortunately we had to cancel tonights trip due to weather. Sorry to everyone that got a late call about the trip. The weather reports have definitely been keeping us on our toes the last couple of days.
We will be back at it again tomorrow night weather permitting. Call Fishermans Landing at 619-221-8500 or sign up online at [link]
New Lo-An Online Friday and Saturday Night Markus Is Live
Mike is live from the Western Pride out of Daveys Locker with the afternoon wrap up. They had a nice pick despite being scared of the weather and all of it for not as it was a nice day. Mike is live below to tell you all about it.
Trips go daily.
CLICK HERE for a schedule and book on line or call 949-673-1434 for reservations.
Native Sun Extended Limited Load Trip Leaves Saturday June 24
Hi guys. Charter Master Ray Castro here with another great limited load , Sponsored , extended 3/4 day trip aboard the Native Sun.
This trip departs Saturday June the 24th at 6am and returns at 6pm.the deadline for payment in full is may 23rd. We will be on the hunt for yellow tail and yellow fin and everything in between. Our Target island will be either Catalina or Santa Barbara Is.The cost of this trip is $150.00 . This trip is on a first come first serve basis and is non refundable.
For reservations and info please call me charter Master Ray Castro at 909 - 684 - 9693 today.
Bruce checking in live from the Sport King 3/4 day out of LA Waterfront with more tough conditions today. They did have good rock fishing in the Santa Monica bay putting fish in the sacks and Bruce has the story.
They are going to take tomorrow off and back at it Friday morning leaving at 6 am. Call 310-547-9916 for trip information and reservations.
We arrived to Alijos rocks (the outside bank) in hopes of getting our bait topped off. Not only did we get our bait, we also got a few Yellowtail and Grouper for our efforts. Most of the Yellowtail were in the 18 to 30 pound range. We did catch a couple of Groupers, which were in the range of 15 to 40 pounds, largest being caught by Charles “The Cable Guy” Bullan. Charles fish weighed in at 43 pounds. Charles Shaffer took time off from his boat in Florida, to get a couple of nice Grouper.
The bait started biting before the sun went down, and it got all we needed. We are now headed for points south, and will arrive in the early morning hours. So wish us luck and we will keep you posted on our daily events. Team R/p
The Black Pearl fishing Catalina Island but if the weather is good we will fish Santa Barbara Island departing Tuesday thru Sunday Departing 5:30 a.m. Returns 5:30 p.m. cost $75 and weekends $80 contact longbeachsportfishing 562-432-8993 or go online and make your reservations.
The Ranger 85 teams up with 976-TUNA for a 2 day trip leaves from H&M Landing Departing on Sun Aug 6th, 09:00 PM. This trip will be heading out on an offshore freelance trip on the hunt for tuna, yellowtail, dorado, and more. Special Price is $450.00 normaly $550.00Meals and permits not included and will be collected on the boat. Simply book right on line or call for reservations at 310-328-8426.
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