Full Day Yellowtail at the Coronado Islands!

by Seaforth Staff
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UPDATE 4:30pm - Captain Cameron just called it a day on the San Diego with 132 Yellowtail, 34 Calico Bass, 10 Bonito and 4 Barracuda!

1:30pm - The San Diego just called in with 75 Yellowtail so far for their 31 anglers on their full day charter to the Coronado Islands! These fish have been biting fly-lined baits and surface irons! The San Diego departs daily to fish the Coronado Islands at 5:30am for Yellowtail, Barracuda, Bonito and Calico Bass. A valid passport is required for all anglers!

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