Fish Report for 10-2-2021
by Big Hungry
Daily Double • 1/2 Day AM • 29 • 64 Rockfish, 7 Sheephead, 4 Whitefish, 2 Calico Bass, 2 Sculpin, 1 Barred Sand Bass
Mission Belle • Full Day • 14 • 34 Yellowtail
Trips with room on them:
The Daily Double has a WILL RUN ½ day AM trip, $75 license and tackle extra.
The T-Bird has a 1.5-day WILL RUN trip, $390 Mexican permits included.
Open party trip schedules:
T-Bird Trip Schedule
Daily Double 1/2 Day Schedule
El Capitan Trip Schedule
Mission Belle Full Day Schedule
New Lo-An Trip Schedule
Pacific Islander Trip Schedule
The ½ day boat Daily Double departs at 8:30 am every day. Trips are limited to 29 passengers. California fishing license and rod rentals are extra and available in our tackle shop. The Daily Double also has two ½ day trips a day on Friday's & Saturday's during Sept & Oct. Departure time is 3:00 pm
The Mission Belle is currently fishing offshore for tuna, Yellowtail and Dorado. The ticket price is $225 and includes your fishing permit for Mexico. The departure time is 6:00 am. This trip DOES NOT need a passport.
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING DOCKSIDE FISH PROCESSING.
We strongly recommend anyone that has a trip booked, to call or go online and set up your fish processing reservation as soon as possible. Please don't wait until you get on your trip or set it up after you get back as you'll run the risk of being turned away.
Five Star Fish Processing (619) 299-9996 Website link
Fisherman's Processing (619) 255-3128 Website link
Sportsman's Seafood (619) 224-3551 Website link
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