We are traveling north now in beautiful weather with wind of less then 10 knots, we are loving life. We experienced decent fishing on Yellowfin Tuna from 80 to 250 pounds. Putting in the rail time with 100# and a 4/0 hook was the name of the game. Every day we had shots at some big ones. There was no consistency on when the Tuna were gonna bite. Every one is accustomed to a morning bite and a evening bite, but with the conditions that we had, it was unpredictable for when they were gonna swim through. We also had decent Wahoo fishing to boot. Chefs Brian and Chasen knocked it out of the park this trip by brain storming and putting together creative meals that we had never tried before. We are going to make a few pit stops along the way home to try for a little variety before we end the trip. We will check in later. Sam Moore and Intrepid Team
The Redondo Special got out today on two 1/2 day trips. The morning run had 19 anglers catching 101 rockfish and 44 whitefish. The afternoon trip picked up 12 rockfish,66 perch, and 100 whitefish for just 10 anglers.
Trips go daily including doubles on the weekends and going all week long.
Call now for information and reservations at 310-372-2111.
Hey folks, just got in from our 3/4 day Charter. Our weather and fishing were not super cooperative today. We headed a little further than normal and found an area where the wind was fairly light. We had some decent drifts and saw a lot of Fish marks but never got them to fully bend all the rods.
We spent most the day picking and scratching but the quality was good and we caught some nice Lingcod which was a blast for our guys. The wind eventually picked up and pushed us back toward home. Our Charter group today were absolute champs for sticking at the rail all day given the tough conditions, which we really appreciated.
For our 25 anglers that fished today, we caught 155 rockfish, 21 ocean whitefish, and 10 Lingcod. The Stardust is fully booked up for Sunday but will be returning to the normal schedule on Monday starting with a 1/2 day trip. Make your reservations now online or call the Sealanding at 805-963-3564.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Whale Watching: 10 A.M. departures (most days- see trip calendar for details) 1/2 Day Fishing: daily departures at 6:30 A.M. and 1 P.M. Lobster Hooping: daily departures at 6 P.M. (season ends March 21) check out the complete trip calendar here H&M Landing will be at the Fred Hall Boat Show in Del Mar. Visit our booth and ask about our show specials! Mark Your Calendar- Sunday, April 15 - Day at the Docks!
The Pursuit full day out of 22nd Street checking in as they are heading in from Catalina. Despite tough conditions, they made a nice day of it on the Reds, Grouper, sheephead, and perch. John has the story for you below live.
They go daily leaving at 6 am.
Call 310-832-8304 for information and reservations or CLICK HEREfor a schedule and book online. Don't forget about $45 Wednesday's.
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in as the spitfire out today picked up 103 rockfish on a small charter. The Betty O with 7 anglers sacked 145 rockfish and 10 sculpin. The 1/2 day New Del Mar boated 265 rockfish and 88 whitefish.
Trips are online daily including twilight runs on the weekends.
Call 310-822-3625 for all trip information and reservations.
Cavin is live below to tell you all about tomorrows trip. We had a group of 8 back out of my charter on the Helena for tomorrow. 7-4. $100 limited to 12. Rockcod fishing. Then maybe some Halibut drifts. Weather and seas are supposed to be good.
Heading in from a nice 3/4 day trip up the coast. The weather was breezy. We had a steady pick all day with nice reds. The fish didn’t want anything to do with jigs or plastics. The squid was the hot ticket.
Our 26 anglers caught 233 reds, 16 rockfish.
We are running 3/4 day trips Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the Stardust is 1/2 day too, you can book online or call Sea Landing (805) 963-3564.
The Enterprise 3/4 Day out of Pierpoint Landing checking in with a midday report. Good fishing as they are done on the rockfish most being reds and more. Still plenty of time to fish and are on the hunt for some surface fish. Andy has the story for you live.
They go again tomorrow and online daily leaving at 6 am.
Call 562-983-9300 for trip information and reservation.
Chief Moving To 22st Landing, Online Friday March 23rd
The small group aboard the Triton enjoyed some nice Rockfishing during the daylight hours yesterday with some chilly but decent weather. In the evening the current pick up and made the conditions for Lobster fishing less than ideal and unfortunately it was a very slow pick on the bugs for the group. The boys will be back out tonight and we will let you know how they end up.
THIS MONDAY 3/19 will be your last chance to get your lobster aboard the Triton.
Noon to Midnight Catalina Island Lobster Combo, Limited to ONLY 10 anglers!! Rockfish during the daylight and Lobster in the evening.
Book your spots online at Tritonsportfishing.com or give us a call at (310) 844-3814
Puerto Morelos Marina El Cid Fleet Cancun to Cozumel
With the peak spring break tourist season in full swing and improved weather, the boats were busy. The offshore fishing improved along with the weather and the close-in fishing available at Puerto Morelos has continued to produce great action for our clients, many fishing on half day trips. Even with some spotty showers this time of year many of the Cancun/Mayan Riviera tourists tried their first experience with saltwater fishing with great results. Spring Thunderstorms are common in this area and the fleet lost a full day to Thunderstorms and lighting on Saturday which would have been their busiest day.
Captain Temo Verboonen, reports another solid week for the off shore fishing. A bit slow to start the week but the bite was solid at the 20-mile mark the last half of the week. As the water cools, the Yellowfin are making a re-appearance with some large fish found at the 15-20 mile mark. The Sailfish bite has slowed to 2-3 per boat per day but the Marlin are showing in the cooler water. The Dorado are fairly close as the quality blue water is at the 4-5 mile mark. Most of the offshore action is taking place 14-15 miles out where the deep blue water starts now.
The Marlin fishing picked up a bit this past week but the Dorado and Yellowfin tuna were no shows for the most part. The overall fish reports tallied for 33 days fished offshore produced 23 Marlin boated (11 released), 4 Dorado, a large Wahoo, and 3 bonus Makos. The near shore Panga fishing (5 days) were unable to find the Roosterfish but delivered a mixed bag Sierras , Bonito, Barrilete, Toros, Tigers, Triggers, and Jacks.
Our friends at the Aries Fleet at the El Cid Marina in Mazatlan have been dealing with less than stellar weather and occasionally rough seas this past month. They finally caught a break with the weather but had to deal with finicky offshore fish following the full moon. Inshore fishing continued to produce nice fish counts with a big showing of Groupers.
The Toronado out of Pierpoint Landing is online Saturday Night Overnight Island Freelance. Toronado will be targeting yellowtail/sea bass at the islands part of the day then will spend time putting rockfish in the guys bags. Trips departing 10pm starting Sat nite and all this week.
Call now for information and reservations at 562-983-9300 and be sure to prepay, tell them 976-TUNA sent you and save.
2018 Open Party schedule is now posted and you can go over to [link] and check it out.
If you see a trip you want to reserve, you can book right from the website, or call the Ocean Odyssey office at (619) 889-4535 and I will take your reservation over the phone. The sponsored trips that are for sure locked in are also posted. I am still working on a few more sponsored dates so check back in about a week and they will be added. In the meantime, this is what Rick and I have been up to this week. We will be back to work on the 8th running trips for San Diego Floating Lab. ~Dina
We got whooped a little last night and this morning by the wind and swell. Then.....we had to make a 20 mile run at first light because of Navy operations. The morning was a bit brutal, but we stuck with it and ended up just fine by 2:30pm. We ended up with Limits of Rockfish for 27 anglers, 205 Whitefish, 7 Sheephead, and 1 Calico Bass. Nice group of folks.....happy birthday Adrian Contreras
Call 949-673-1434 for information and reservations or CLICK HEREto book online. Believe in Jeff.
H&M Landing Checking in with your daily report. Just a few 1/2 day boats out today with the Premier on two trips picking up 170 whitefish, 57 rockfish, 8 sculpin, and 1 sheephead. The Fisherman III also on a 1/2 day sacked up 34 rockfish, 26 whitefish, 7 sculpin, and 1 sand bass.
Trips go daily including 1.5-day trips on the weekends and more.
Call 619-222-1144 for information and reservations or CLICK HEREfor a schedule and book online.
Hey folks, just headed in from a beautiful day over at the islands. We had flat calm seas all day and practically no rain. We started out in the deep water in between the islands and had some great fishing right away. We caught a lot of very good quality coopers with some nice reds in the mix as well.
We worked our way in shallower throughout the day and fished some fairly large hard bottom areas where we could cover longer drifts with the strong current we experienced. Every area seemed to produce fish. Some were better than others but overall a great success and awesome bags for our passengers to take home.
For our 22 anglers, we caught 105 Copper Rockfish, 55 red rockfish with 60 mixed rockfish and 8 Lingcod. The Stardust is privately chartered tomorrow and fully booked up for Sunday but will be returning to the normal schedule on Monday starting with a 1/2 day trip. Make your reservations now online or call the Sea landing at 805-963-3564.
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in with your daily wrap Up. The Spitfire with 12 anglers get it done with 120 rockfish and 47 sculpin. The Betty O picked up 55 grouper, 55 rockfish, and 1 sole. The 1/2 day New Del Mar with 25 anglers sacked up 225 rockfish and 1 fat ling.
Trips are online daily including twilight trips every weekend.
Call 310-822-3625 for all trip information and reservations.
Thanks to Everyone that made Fred Hall Long Beach such a Success! To continue the Celebration, we will honor our Fred Hall Special of 30% Off on Everything in Stock for the entire month of March with free apparel for every purchase! Come in and stock up on these Quality Custom Rods!
The 1/2 Day boat Tradition is a GO for Saturday departing at 10 am. Also, Sundays were added, so they are online every day for 1/2 day departing at 10 am, and Twilights Friday and Saturday night. $40 adult, $30 jnr/snr prepaid online longbeachsportfishing.comYou must prepay online for that special price.
John is live from the Spitfire out of Marina Del Rey Sportfishing. Nice day with only 12 anglers catching limits of rockfish and close to limits on the sculpin. John is live below to tell you all about it.
They are chartered up tomorrow otherwise Trips go daily leaving at 6:30 sharp.
Sea Adventure 80 Sportfishing Co Where Fishing is Legendary
With the 2018 season fast approaching it's time to start thinking about your groups charter. The Legend will fish anywhere from the Channel Islands, Guadalupe, San Benito's, Cedro's Islands. She features a huge live bait capacity comparable to the biggest sportfishing vessels.
The Legend is ideal for outings of 8 to 36 people. The Legend has a full galley preparing hot delicious food to enjoy while out on the water. Our 6-ton freezer will store your fish until we get to the dock.
Two 50 Inch flat screen TV with satellite hooked up.
This popular option is for small to Large groups and is often booked well in advance.
Hey guys, We wanted to thank everybody for making this year one to remember!
We have opened up our books for charter dates for the upcoming 2018 season! For any of those interested in chartering the Mustang; please feel free to contact me directly anytime at 760-496-8100 or at E-mail. Look forward to hearing from you, Capt. Steve
The Condor 90 Feet of Sportfishing Thunder Now Booking Charters
The 90 foot Condor is now taking charter reservations for the fast approaching tuna season.
Captain Tuna knows how to put you on the fish and is looking forward to another banner year.
The Condor is a large safe and modern sport fishing boat. At 90ft long and 25ft wide, she is low to the water and ready to fish. The ALL STEEL construction assures she is one of the best riding and safest vessels in the fleet. The Condor is able to fish safely and comfortably on days that some of the older and smaller wooden boats are stuck closer to home or at the dock.
The Condor operates as a zone 2 vessel (NO 150-MILE LIMITS).
For charter pricing CLICK HERE then call 619-221-8500 or shoot an email to E-mail and book your groups trip today.