Thursday Update

Thursday Update

by Big Hungry
(619) 223-1627

The Sauerfish called in with a lunch time report of 11 Bluefin Tuna (1 away from LIMITS), 5 Yellowtail and 1 Dorado for their private 6 pack charter.

The Daily Double called in with 12 Calico Bass, 12 Rockfish, 1 Whitefish and 8 Sand Bass for their am 1/2 day trip. 

The Daily Double called in with 11 Calico Bass, 4 Rockfish, 1 Lingcod, 6 Barracuda and 54 Sand Bass for their pm 1/2 day trip. 

The Mission Belle called in with 9 Bluefin Tuna and 3 Yellowfin Tuna for their Full Day Offhsore trip.

The Pacific Islander checked in with 26 mixed Bluefin, Yellowfin and Yellowtail for the morning so far. Check back in for more updates....

The Game Changer returned this morning from a 1.5 day trip with 13 Yellowfin Tuna and 7 Bluefin Tuna (up to 100 pounds) for 6 anglers.

The afternoon ½ day trip aboard the Daily Double yesterday, returned with LIMITS of Sand Bass, 36 Rockfish, 3 Barracuda and 1 Sheephead for 19 passengers. This afternoon’s trip has plenty of room, so call at (619) 223-1627 to book your spot.

Upcoming trips:

Departing on Saturday night

The T-Bird has a 1.5 trip departing at 8:00pm. Ticket price is $365.00 and includes your fishing permit for Mexico. Only 8 passengers booked at this time. This trip is a DEFINITE GO!


Departing on Sunday night

The El Capitan has a 1.5 trip departing at 8:00pm. Ticket price is $445.00 and includes your meals. This trip is limited to 18 passengers max. 

 Local trips:

The Daily Double departs twice a day for ½ day trips to the local kelp beds. Departure times are 8:30 am and 3:00 pm.

The Point Loma has local ¾ day trips scheduled every day. Departure time is 6:30 am. No passport required for this trip.

The Mission Belle is currently running full day trips offshore. Departure time is 6:00 am. No passport required for this trip.

Some things to keep in mind in order to be able to go forward are that social distancing practices and safe medical practices must be adhered to and are as follows:

1. Any angler that has any cold or flu symptoms must stay at home.

2. All anglers must wear a mask that covers both mouth and nose.

3. Anglers must keep a minimum of a 6-foot distance at all times.

4. All anglers fishing on an Overnight trip or longer must bring their own pillow and blanket.

If you have any questions regarding our trips, social distancing practices or would like to book a trip, please feel to call our offices at (619) 223-1627


REMINDER: When checking in for fishing trips and entering our tackle shop, you must wear a face-covering CORRECTLY and observe markers to maintain proper physical distancing.

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