Saturday Update

Saturday Update

10-19-2019
by Big Hungry
(619) 223-1627
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The Sauerfish call in with LIMITS of Yellowfin Tuna AND Skipjack Tuna for their Full Day trip.

The T-Bird called in with Limits of Yellowfin Tuna, 8 Bluefin Tuna (40-70 lbs) and 15 Skipjack on their 1 Day trip for 19 anglers.

The El Capitan caught Limits of Yellowfin Tuna and 40 Skipjack for 17 anglers on their 1st day of a 2.5 day trip.

The Daily Double called in with 2 Bonito, 131 Rockfish, 1 Sheephead, 19 Sculpin and 15 Whitefish for their am trip.


The Mission Belle called in with 10 Yellwofin Tuna and 5 Skipjack tuna for their Full Day trip.


Departing Sunday

The T-Bird has a 1 day Overnight  trip for $230 per person targeting Tuna and other pelagic species. Mexican fishing permit is inlcuded. CA license is extra (if needed). Meals are extra.

The New Lo-An has a 1.5 day trips for $370 per person targeting Tuna and other pelagic species. Mexican fishing permit is inlcuded. CA license is extra (if needed). Meals are extra. THIS IS A WILL RUN TRIP!

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Ultra Limited 2 Day trip:

The Game Changer has a 2 day trip departing on Oct 27th. Ticket price is $1,250 and includes chef prepared meals, beverages/cocktails, permits, rods/reels, tackle and fish filleting. Trips are limited to 6 passengers max. This trip will be fishing offshore for Cow Bluefin Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna, Yellowtail and Dorado. To make a reservation, please call our office at (619) 223-1627

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Lobster Trips:

The Josie Lynn will be offering Lobster trips starting on Saturday 9/28/19. Ticket price is $120 per person and includes 2 hoops per person. Trips depart at 5:00 pm and return at 10:00 pm Monday through Saturday. The boat will have beer, wine, sodas and pizza available for purchase. Trips are limited to 5 passengers. Lobster report card and California fishing license are additional.
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November Offshore Trip:

The New Lo-An has a 2.75 day trip departing on 11/20 with room. This trip will be fishing offshore for Bluefin Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna and Yellowtail. Ticket price is $810 and includes your meals and Mexican fishing permits. Departure time is noon and is limited to 22 passengers.
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The ½ day boat Daily Double departs at 8:30 am for fishing at the local kelp beds and other hot spots. Ticket price is $52 for adults, $42 for seniors or active duty military and $37 for juniors. A California fishing license is additional. The Daily Double offers two trips on Friday & Saturday. Departure times are at 8:30 am and again at 3:00 pm. 

The Mission Belle has Full Day Offshore trips scheduled every day this week. These trips will be fishing for Yellowtail, Yellowfin Tuna, and Bluefin Tuna. Ticket price is $160 and includes your Mexican fishing license. NO PASSPORTS REQUIRED FOR THIS TRIP. Please note, return times may be later than posted.


Effective June 26, 2019 Point Loma Sportfishing has made some changes to the way we process payments. A small processing fee (3.5%) will be applied to all credit card transactions. Previously this cost was included in our prices but due to rising costs it needs to be factored separately. Thank you for your understanding.

If you would like to make a reservation for any of the trips listed above please call our ticket office at (619) 223-1627 or online with our schedule feature.



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