Coronado Island's Yellowtail

Coronado Islands

by Seaforth Staff
(619) 224-3383

After the first stop of their trip, the San Diego has 30+ yellowtail on the boat for their 33 full day anglers! There is still plenty of room this weekend to get out and catch yourself some early spring yellowtail.

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The SAN DIEGO wrapped up their full day Coronado Island trip with 63 yellowtail and 4 bonito for 33 anglers. Best bet today to catch a yellowtail was to fly-line a sardine or fish the yo-yo jig. Saturday's trip still has plenty of spots available and departs at 5:30 am. A valid passport or passport card is required for all passengers.Half-day bottom fishing has been good for rockfish, lingcod, sheephead, whitefish and sculpin. Trips depart daily at 6:00am and 12:30pm....... Read More

The San Diego finished their full day trip to the Coronado Islands on Wednesday with 58 yellowtail, 60 rockfish and 1 bonito for their 25 anglers! The yellowtail were caught on surface irons, yo-yo'd jigs and fly-lined sardines. The San Diego is a GO FOR SURE on Friday 3/30. A valid passport is required for all anglers! Half day trips aboard the New Seaforth have been catching lots of rockfish! The New Seaforth departs daily...... Read More



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