Fish Report for 8-20-2021
Friday Mid Day Update
Friday Mid Day Update
by Big Hungry
The New Lo-An called in with 65 Dorado, 2 Yellowtail and 1 Striped Marlin for their 1 Day Overnight trip.
The Daily Double had great fishing on yesterdays afternoon 1/2 day trip. They caught 60 Sheephead, 21 Rockfish, 17 Calico bass, 5 Sand bass and 5 Sculpin for 20 anglers. We still have spots available on todays morning and afternoon trip.
The Pacific Islander returned from a 3 day trip with 49 Yellowtail (up to 35 lbs), 24 Bluefin, and 131 Dorado for 18 anglers.
The T-Bird returned from a 1.5 day trip with 15 anglers catching 30 Dorado (LIMITS) and 7 Yellowtail.
Offshore trips with openings:
The Success just scheduled a 1 day trip leaving Saturday 8-21-21 at 8pm. The price is $420 and that includes meals.
The Point Loma has just added a Full day offshore trip for 8-22-21. The cost is $225.00 and includes the mexican permit. No passport required.
The Daily Double is now on two ½ day trips a day. The AM trip departs at 8:30 am, with the PM trip departing at 3:00 pm. Trips are limited to 29 passengers. California fishing licenses and rod rentals are available in our tackle shop.
The Mission Belle is currently fishing offshore for Bluefin and Yellowtail. The ticket price is $225 and includes your fishing permit for Mexico. The departure time is 6:00 am. NO passport required
The Point Loma has some Full Day trips scheduled for fishing the Coronado Islands this week. They'll be targeting Yellowtail, bass, Bonito and Rockfish. The ticket price is $225 and includes your fishing permit for Mexico, FMM and Bio bracelet. The departure time is 6:00 am. A valid passport is required for this trip. Click the link for departure dates: Schedule
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