The Fortune teams up with 976-TUNA for a 2 day trip leaves from Fishermans Landing Departing on Sun Sep 18, 09:00 PM. This will be a freelance trip heading offshore for tuna, dorado, yellowtail and more. Early Season Booking Price is $375.00, normal price is $475.00Meals and permits not included and will be collected on the boat. Simply book right on line or call for reservations at 310-328-8426 or Rick at 310-750-7583 as this one should sell out fast.
Jeff is back live from the Thunderbird out of Daveys Locker. Very nice day of fishing and it was a battle to land the bigger 20+ pound yellowtail. They ended the day with 87 yellowtail, 71 calico bass, 6 sheephead, 37 perch, and 21 white fish. Jeff is live below to tell you all about it.
976-Tuna teams up with the New Lo-An out of Point Loma for a 1.5 day trip leaving Friday night June 3 at 8 pm. This trip will be heading out on an Offshore freelance trip on the hunt for tuna, yellowtail, and more.
Price is $275 Meals and permits not included and will be collected on the boat. Simply book right on line or call for reservations at 310-328-8426 or Rick at 310-750-7583 as this one should sell out fast.
Passports are requierd on this trip.
Sophia and Keven will be your chartermasters on this one.
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Nautilus Limited Load Half Day Saturday May 28 6 AM-12 PM Spots Still Open
Nautilus has a limited load half day trip for tomorrow Saturday May 28 6 am to noon. Limited to only 45 anglers price is $65. Currently 30 reserved so still 15 spots left. Nautilus can fish 72 anglers so 45 anglers leaves almost half the boat empty. For Saturday fishing trip this should be a roomy option and fun trip.
Can go online at [link] and book or just give us a call at 949-675-0551
David checking in from The Indian full day out of Redondo Sportfishing. Fun day of surface fishing with bass, barracuda a few yellowtail, and more. David has all the info for you below along with some tackle tips.
Trips on line all weekend long leaving at 6:30. Call 310-372-2111 for reservations.
The Monte Carlo is now on its double half day schedule! Trips leave at 6:30am returning at 12pm, and 12:30pm returning at 6:30! Fishing has been good! Come on out! Don't forget twilights every Friday and Saturday night leaving at 6:30pm returning at midnight
Call 22nd St Landing 310-832-8304 or book directly online Click Here
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in tonight as the 3/4 day spitfire with 18 anglers came in with 150 reds, 30 rockfish, 56 whitefish, and more. The Betty O also on a 3/4 day trip with 16 anglers decking 150 rockfish. The New Del Mar on two 1/2 day trips with 54 anglers picked up 322 rockfish, 41 sculpin and 1 ling.
Trips go daily including twilight on the weekends. Call now for reservations at 310-822-3625.
Chris is live from the Cobra out of Channel Island Sportfishing. Out today with a 10 angler charter and chris has it all for you live below. They ended up with 1 seabass, 1 yellowtail, 80 quality rockfish, and more.
For open party trip information CLICK HEREto get your schedule and book on line or call 805-382-1612 for reservations. All trips limited to 12 anglers.
For all charter information and to book your small group hit up Chris at 310-403-9969.
Molla is live from the Tradition out of 22nd Street Landing. Great day out fishing on the Tradition with 36 yellowtail, good bass action, bonito, and just shy of 100 barracuda. Mola is live below to tell you all about it
For your charter information and to book your trip call 310-877-1257 and get hooked up on the Tradition.
Mark the Voice of Seaforth Landing checking in with your Friday wrap up. The Voyager came in with 13 anglers pulling in 31 yellowtail, 52 bass, 9 sheephead, 12 whitefish and more. The 3/4 day San Diego with a nice day picking up 96 yellowtail. Good rockfishing on the 1/2 day runs.
Trips on line daily including overnight and 1.5 day trips. CLICK HERE for a schedule and to book on line or call 619-224-3383 for trip information and reservations.
976-TUNA teams up with the Thunderbird out of Daveys Locker for a 2 day trip leaving Sunday night July 10 at 9 pm. They will be on the hunt for tuna, yellowtai, rockfish, and more. Cost of the trip is $300. Meals and permits are not included and will be collected on the boat. Trip is filling so book now.
CLICK HERE to simply book on line or call 310-328-8426 or Rick at 310-750-7583 for reservations. Join Chartermaster Big Gabe for his birthday and 976 for good times and good fishing. Most of all believe in Jeff.
The Native Sun out of 22nd Street Landing gets a good snap on the yellows today. Lost a lot of fish and ended up decking 52 fish. They also had steady fishing with 18 bonito, 21 keeper bass, 21 whitefish, and more.
Trips go every morning leaving at 7 am. CLICK HERE for a schedule and simply book on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
Bruce is live from the Sport King out of LA Waterfront as they are heading home from Catalina and he has the days story live for you below. They had a shot at the yellows today and ended up with 26 fish. A few barracuda and bonito to go with it, lots of short calicos, and more.
They go all weekend leaving at 6 am. Call for reservations at 310-547-9916.
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Enterprise Catalina Island Yellowtail Wrap-up, Andy is Live
Andy is live for the Enterprise 3/4 day out of Long Beach Marina. They found some some nice yellowtail today and the bitting was on unfortunately it was also on for he sea lions. Never the less they had a good day, Andy is live below to tell you all about it.
The go again in the morning.
Call for reservations at 562-598-6649.
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Nick back live from the Freedom out of 22nd Street Landing as they are caling it a day and heading for home. Good action and good fishing today with flat calm weather. They ended up with a happy meal on the yellowtail at 69 fish to 30 pounds with good bonito and bass action and more to go with it. Nick has the story live for you below.
Trips are on line every night.
CLICK HEREto book your trip online or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
TJ is back live from the Eldorado out of Long Beach Sportfishing. Great day on the water and they left them bitting out of bait. Ending the day with 113 yellowtail, 95 calico bass, and more. TJ is live below to tell you all about it.
Plenty of trips going all through June for you.
CLICK HERE for your schedule and book right on line or call 562-432-8993 for reservations.
Scott is live for the condor out of Fishermans Landing. Slower morning but they just put on 20 fish and as he is on the line they get rushed by the school. Good times on the Condor and Scott is Live below to tell you all about it.
They have trips for you.
Call 619-221-8500 or visit Fishermanslanding.com to get yours!!!
Carl is live from Fishermans Landing with plenty of upcoming trips lined up for you.
Both the Pegasus and Prowler go tonight for 1.5 day trips with a few spots left on them. The Prowler goes overnight Sunday night with the Condor and Prowler having 1.5 day trips Monday night and don't forget 3/4 day trips daily.
CLICK HEREfor a schedule and call 619-221-8500 for reservations.
Jacob is back live from the Ultra out of 22nd Street Landing. Very fun day of fishing with limits of fun, limits of bass, 1 white seabass, 27 yellowtail, and more. Jacob is live below to tell you all about it.
The Ultra just put online a Tuesday night two Island open party trip limited to just 10 anglers and includes limits of fun.
CLICK HERE for a schedule and to book on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
Just got a text from the Triton and Capt. Shane said they are picking away at the Yellowtail to 20lbs along with some nice Calico Bass. He also said the weather is beautiful!
Triton is full for tomorrow but the Gail Force is a GO for a Limited Load Full Day trip fishing Catalina Island for Yellowtail, Calico Bass and more. Boat departs at 5am and is Limited to ONLY 20 ANGLERS at $100 per angler!
Book online at Gailforcesportfishing.comor call the Landing at (310) 844-3814.
The Patriot out of Newport Landing with a quick check this morning. A bit tougher conditions this morning so far with boat traffic and so on. They do have a few nice yellowtail on the boat and plenty of time left to fish. We will hear from John at the end of the day with a complete report.
Trips go daily. Call now for trip information and reservations at 949-675-0550.
TJ is back live from the Eldorado out of Long Beach Sportfishing with your mid day report. They are making a move right now and have 54 yellowtail on the boat so far with good bass fishing and more. TJ will keep us up to date as the day goes on.
Plenty of trips going all through June for you. CLICK HERE for your schedule and book right on line or call 562-432-8993 for reservations.
Jeff is live from the Thunderbird out of Daveys Locker. They started off in yesterday hot spot for not much then made a move and found the big boys. They have about 20 fish so far and the quality is awesome. Jeff is live below to tell you all about it.
Nick checking in from the Freedom out of 22nd Street Landing this morning with a bit of a tougher morning. They are picking away at the yellowtail with 15 fish on the boat so far. Also picking at the bass, sheephead, and more.
The Freedom is on line nightly. CLICK HEREfor a full shedule and book your trip right on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
Jacob is live from the Ultra out of 22nd Street Landing this morning as they are on the board with one white seabass so far. They also have good bass fishing with 1/2 limits of keepers so far. They are on the hunt and Jacob will keep us up to date.
The Ultra just put online a Tuesday night two Island open party trip limited to just 10 anglers and includes limits of fun. CLICK HERE for a schedule and to book on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
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Prowler 1.5 Day Trip Leaves Friday Night GO FOR SURE
It was a substantially improved fishing week for the Marina El Cid Sportfishing Fleet this past week with an increase in billfish and dorado in the mixed bag catches. The sea temp had moved upward a couple of degrees and the fish decided it was time to bite for the anglers. The overall fish counts for a total of 41 days fished reflected 2 blue marlin, 12 white marlin, 3 sailfish, 1 wahoo, 5 blackfin tuna, 20 dorado, 8 giant Atlantic barracuda, 59 bonito, 18 trigger fish, 26 snappers, 2 grouper, 57 chackchi, 14 banana fish for a 13 fish mixed bag catch for the anglers.
PM Climate: Air temps varied from 75 nights to 88 daytime highs and a 72.2% humidity level. The week was a sun-cloud mixed week with more sunshine than cloud cover.
Sea Conditions: Sea temps hovered in the 84-85 degree ranges through the week. Tropical surface breezes were mostly flowing in from the easterly directions from light morning breezes to about 12 mph in the early afternoons.
Best Baits: The seemingly always available ballyhoo baits continue to be the preferred baits of choice for the anglers and the crews.
Bait Supply: We have yet to ever experience a bait shortage for this area where surplus baits are available on a daily basis.
Our Local Reporter: Ms. Susana Chel, one of the most attentive ladies in the reservations office and an excellent fish reporting individual.
Another terrific fishing report from Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo reflecting very good marlin and sailfish action in the off shore waters, starting at about 15 miles or so and the yellowfin tuna were holding well at the 40 mile mark with 20-40 kg. tuna. The inshore action, especially along the beaches at valentin river, were offering good roosterfish and jack crevalle action, along with a few Sierras and bonitos. According to Captain Chiro Barrigan and his first class mate, Luis, aboard he 35' Bertram sportfisher, "Bloody Hook", reported a 2 sailfish day and a single 20 lb. yellowfin tuna for their angler, Mr. Ken Kinlien earlier in the week and followed that up with an off shore sailfish and then moved in shore for , jack cravelle and many bonitos with Mr. Jesse & friends on a 2nd day. Overall, the fishing and the weather have been providing very well for the anglers.
IZ Climate: Air temps varied from 74 nights to 91 daytime highs and 67.5% humidity level. Mostly sunny and warm with a few scattered clouds mixed in for the week.
Sea Conditions: Water temps for the in shore waters holding well at 83-84 and a 67.5 average humidity level.
Best Fishing Area: Starting at about 15 miles for the billfish and then, moving out to about 40 miles for the yellowfin tuna.
Best Bait/Lure: Rigged baits working very well for the billfish and live baits working well for the roosterfish and jack crevalle.
Bait Supply: A very good supply of bait this past week and making it easier to have plenty of baits for rigging and live bait for the roosterfish and jack crevalles.
Our local reporters for the area are Captain Temo Verboonen, owner operator of the "Secuestro de Amor" and Chiro Barragan, skipper of the "Bloody Hook".
The yellowfin tuna bite continues to be the center of attraction for the off shore fishing and is keeping the angler's interest with the action. The billfish action remains a bit slow but there seems to be sufficient off shore action to keep anglers on deck and ready for a bite. The overall off shore fish counts this past week reflected 1 striper, 2 sailfish, (1 released) 1 jack crevalle and 50 yellowfin tuna for a total of 12 days fished. The yellowfin tuna remain in the school fish sizes at about 15-25 lbs. The inshore fishing fom the super pangas for a total of 3 days fished reflected 1 sailfish, 7 triggerfish, 27 snappers and 4 seabass.
Mazatlan Climate: Air temps varied from 76 nights to 89 daytime highs and a 45% humidity average. A mostly sunny and warm week with a few passing high clouds but in general, excellent weather conditions.
Sea Conditions: Water temps stable at 81 inshore and rising to 82 off shore. Surface breezes flowing from the westerly directions and varied from near calm mornings to 14 mph in the afternoons.
Best Fishing Area: None listed. The tuna were being caught running with the porpoise about 18-25 miles off shore.
Best Bait/Lures: Rigged baits were best for the billfish and a variety of tuna feathers, cedar plugs and diving artificials were working well for the tuna.
Bait Supply: Good supply of freshly caught bait for rigging. Live bait in good supply at $1.00 per bait.
Our local Reporter: Ms. Kitcia Ceja, our on location reporter for The Aries Sportfishing Fleet and Mazatlan.
While it was a little slower on the billfish this past week it was mostly due to the change in tactics by many of the boats to fishing for the yellowfin tuna that were offering some faster action for the anglers. High billfish boat for the week was the "Fish Cabo", releasing 5 stripers and a roosterfish for 4 days fished. The overall fish counts for 32 days fished reflected 12 stripers released, 3 dorado, 1 wahoo, 4 sharks, 4 skipjack and 73 yellowfin tuna. Most of the tuna were school fish sized in the 15-25 lb. ranges.It seemed like the better tuna catches were coming from the Cabo Falso area (El Faro) and the better billfish catches coming from the Herradura area, just south of Cabo a few miles.
Cabo Climate: Air temperatures varied from 75 nights to 82 daytime highs and a 61% humidity level. It was a mostly sunny week with a few days of passing clouds and sunshine mixed.
Sea Conditions: Surface breezes flowing in from the northwest and varied from calmer mornings to 12-16 mph by the afternoons. The Pacific side, from the Golden Gate Bank and southerly across the Jaime Bank and passed the 1,000 fathom curve, was all at 73 degrees. Cabo Falso and out to the 95 fathom spot mostly at 76-78 degrees. Chileno and out to the 1150 fathom spot and northerly to Los Frailes, was all at 77-79 degrees.
Best Fishing Areas: Cabo Falso to the Herradura was best for the billfish, followed by the 1150 fathom spot area. The tuna catching was best in the Cabo Falso area.
Best Bait/Lure: Live bait was best for the billfish and a variety of tuna trolling feathers, cedar plugs, and Rapalas were all working well for the yellowfin tuna.
Live Bait Supply: Remains readily available for the caballitos at the $3.00 per bait rate.
Our Local Reporters: Gaviota Fleet Dock Manager, Carlos Pena-Mireles and Captain Roberto Marquez for Fish Cabo.