Fish Report for 7-7-2018
Fish Report Update
Fish Report Update
by Big Hungry
The New Lo-An called in with 1 Yellowtail, 2 Yellowfin Tuna and 4 Bluefin Tuna with a couple around 70#. Captain Adam said there are more Bluefin Tuna in the area. Just a reminder, please remember to bring the 80# gear for these larger tuna. The New Lo-An has a 1.5 day trip departing tonight at 9:00pm. Ticket price is $380 per person and includes Mexican permit. This trip is a definite go.
The Daily Double called in with 26 Sand Bass and 1 Sculpin for their 1/2 Day AM trip.
The Daily Double called in with 13 Sand Bass, 9 Calico Bass and 1 Sculpin for their 1/2 Day PM trip.
The Josie Lynn called in with 10 Yellowtail for their 3/4 Day Offshore trip.
The Mission Belle called in with 1 Barracuda, 25 Bonito and 15 Yellowtail for their Full Day Coronado Islands trip.
The Point Loma called in with 7 Barracuda, 15 Yellowtail, 15 Bonito and 20 Calico Bass for their 3/4 Day Local trip.
Upcoming offshore Trips:
The Chief has a 1.5 Day trip departing Sunday night at 9pm. Ticket price is $350.00 and includes your bunk and Mexican fishing permit.
The Dominator has an Overnight trip departing Sunday night at 9:00 pm for $215 inlcuding your bunk and Mexican fishing permit.
Upcoming ½ day & Full Day Trips:
The1/2 day boat Daily Double departs at 8:30am and 3:00pm to fish the local kelp beds and other hot spots. California fishing license and equipment rentals are extra.
The Mission Belle is scheduled daily for their full day trip at 6:00 am fishing at the Coronado Islands in Mexico. This trip will be targeting Yellowtail, Bonito, Bass and Rockfish. Ticket price includes your Mexican fishing license and tourist visa. A valid passport or passport card is required for all passengers going on this trip.
The Point Loma is now running "local" ¾ day trips on a daily basis. This trip will be fishing the local kelp beds and other hot spots in California. Departure time is 6:30 am with a return time around 4:30 pm. A California fishing license will be additional. No passport required for this trip
For reservations, questions or private charters please call our office at (619) 223-1627
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