Fish Report Update
by Big Hungry
The New Lo-An called in with 25 Yellowtail and 2 Bluefin Tuna. They have a 1.5 day trip leaving tonight that is a very light load.
The Mission Belle called in with 46 Yellowtail, 19 Calico Bass, 5 Bonito and 1 Barracuda down at the Coronado Islands.
The Josie Lynn called in with 1 Kelp Bass, 1 Barred Sand Bass, 1 Sculpin and 20 Rockfish for their 6 anglers on their 1/2 day am charter.
The Daily Double called in with 5 Kelp Bass, 2 Barred Sand Bass, 6 Whitefish and 24 Rockfish for their am 1/2 day trip.
The El Capitan called in with 16 Yellowtail for their 8 passengers.
Upcoming Offshore Trips:
The New Lo-An departs tonight for a 1.5 day trip. Ticket price is $350.00 and includes your Mexican fishing permit and bunk. Departure time is scheduled for 6:00 pm.
Upcoming ½ day & Full Day Trips:
The Daily Double is scheduled daily at 8:30 am for 1/2 day trips to the local kelp beds and other hot spots. On Friday and Saturday they're running 2 trips with the second trip leaving at 3:00 pm and returning at 8:30 pm. Ticket price is $50 for adults, $40 for seniors or active duty military and $35 for juniors 15 and under. California fishing license and equipment rentals are extra.
The Mission Belle is scheduled daily for their full day trip at 6:00 am fishing at the Coronado Islands in Mexico. This trip will be targeting Yellowtail, Bonito, Bass and Rockfish. Ticket price includes your Mexican fishing license and tourist visa. A valid passport or passport card is required for all passengers going on this trip.
The Point Loma is now running "local" ¾ day trips on a daily basis. Ticket prices are $85.00 for adults and $75.00 for juniors, seniors and active duty military. This trip will be fishing the local kelp beds and other hot spots in California. Departure time is 6:30 am with a return time around 4:30 pm. A California fishing license will be additional. No passport is required for this trip.
For reservations, questions or private charters please call our office at (619) 223-1627
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