The Blue Horizon teams up with 976-TUNA for a 2 day trip leaves from H&M Landing San Diego on Sunday July 31sh. This trip will be heading offshore for tuna and yellowtail. Early Season Booking Price is $375.00, normal price is $450.00Meals 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.
The Fortune is a WILL RUN departing this Thursday, May 5th. This will be an overnight trip and only has 9 people on it! Another light load. This time it's an overnight! Come on and get some while the loads are light!.
THURSDAY NIGHT FOR SURE RUN
CLICK HEREfor a full schedule and simply book your trip on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
If you have been wondering what to do with the family this summer, we have the perfect vacation for you. Stoked On Fishing is holding its 1st annual " Stoked On Fishing East Cape Fiesta"
We are again inviting all our fans to join and be part of our cast on a incredible vacation / fishing adventure.
We will be heading to Hotel Buena Vista - (East Cape) Cabo San Lucas on Aug 25 for 6 day and 5 nights. All inclusive packages - Fishing, Food, Lodging, ground transports from airport to hotel, and all Stoked On Fishing events, games and prizes Rates start at $695 per person
Just got a call from Capt. Mike Zayac and he says he is seeing very good signal. So far for there day all he said is they have 15 to 30 pound yellowtail on the boat. He gave me no numbers because he was sliding into another spot and had to go. There is plenty of fishing time left. We are running for sure tomorrow. We Will pass on reports as I get them.
Trips going Daily. CLICK HERE for a Schedule and book on line or call 619-222-1144 for reservations.
Gail Force is running a Limited Load Open Party Trip to Catalina Island this Saturday (5/716) departing the dock at 5am and returning around 5pm. Trip is LIMITED TO ONLY 20 PASSENGERS at $100 per angler. May the Gail Force be with you.
Triton is running Sunday (5/8/16) also fishing Catalina Island departing at 5am and returning around 5pm. $100 per person LIMITED TO ONLY 25 PASSENGERS.
We will be targeting Bottomfish and Surface Fish on these trips so bring both types of gear including a 15lb rod to flyline Anchovies and Sardines.
Book online at Gailforcesportfishing.com or Tritonsportfishing.com or call the Landing at (310) 844-3814
Hello everyone; We arrived to Hurricane Bank around 08:00 hours, started trolling, and it took some time to find the Wahoo, but once we found them, it was game on. We trolled around for Wahoo for about 4 hours, then we made a couple of drifts. We did have a good day on the Yellowfin as well, with two sizes of fish, one was 50 to 80 pound range, the other was 140 to 180 pound category. Largest Yellowfin today was caught by Mike Townes, from Sacramento. Mike fish weighed in at 186 pounds, which he caught it on the kite, with a double trouble rig. We did have a problem with the tax man. The sharks were in full force today, eating a couple of Yellowfin, and a handful of Wahoo. So even though fishing was great, it was tough getting them to the boat, whole. We made a tank of flying fish tonight, and a dozen puffer fish, that will be our kite baits tomorrow, and hopefully the sharks will leave us alone. So when fingers and key board meet again, with us luck. Team R/p.
For a complete season schedule on the Royal PolarisCLICK HERE then call 619-226-8030 for more information and to book your trip.
Well, all good things never last forever and while we experienced a stretch of decent , good fishing , things are looking like they are on the downward trend again. Not to say they won't bounce back but we don't have the time to hang around and we elected to make the move upward and try a few spots on the way home. We have a great catch of quality yellowfin tuna aboard and a change of scenery was unanimous. We will send another report when we have something to share, wish us luck, Jeff S
The Pursuit full day out of 22nd Street Landing checking in with another good day. You can never go wrong with John and the Pursuit crew. 45 anglers out today ends up with 48 yellowtail, 40 keeper bass, 25 bonito, and 6 barracuda.
Trips go daily and you are the first off the dock leaving at 6 am. CLICK HERE for a schedule and book on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in for Monday as the New Del Mar got out for a morning 1/2 day trip with 21 anglers catching 120 rockfish. The 3.4 day Spitfire had just 11 anglers getting the job done with 50 reds and 60 rockfish. The Betty O also on a 3/4 day run with 16 anglers sacking up 160 rockfish, 9 sculpin, and 1 sheephead.
Trips are on line daily with twilight trips going on the weekends. Call for information and reservations at 310-822-3625.
Seaforth Landing checking in tonight with your report for Monday and Mark has the story. The 3/4 day San Diego picked up 10 yellowtail today with more good rockfishing on the 1/2 day runs with a total of 175 rockfish and 66 reds.
Trips on line daily. CLICK HEREfor your schedule and to book on line or call 619-224-3383 for reservations.
John checking in from the Patriot out of Newport Landing. They are running 6 to 6 trips right now and had a very nice day for the 17 anglers today. They picked up limits of rockfish for the guys this morning and have very good bass fishing and bonito fishing in the afternoon.
Trips go daily and still plenty of room for tomorrows trip. Call for info and reservations at 949-675-0550.
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Captain Justin checked in from the Excel as they have been fishing the Lower Zone the last few days, things have been pretty good. We have been averaging 15 a day, but the last couple days things have been getting better and we are averaging around 25 a day. We will check in again in a couple days when we get better service.
Hello everyone; Things are a bit tough today, the grade of the fish, has dropped, so at 14:00 hours, Roy made the decision to make a move to the bank. We did catch a few Wahoo and a handful of Yellowfin. Largest tuna today was caught by Jack Gruschus. Jack fish weighed in at 171 pounds. He’s still got it. When taking our cover photo, Charles was on the kite, and when he gave the left arm shout out, he got bit.
The boat was cleaned up, passengers did the much needed repairs on there tackle. Once that was done, most of our passengers took naps, while others played poker, or just told fishing stories about the pass. The weather is excellent, with flat seas, clear skies, and sunny. We will arrive to the bank around 07:30 hours, so wish us luck and we will report again tomorrow. Team R/p.
For a complete season schedule on the Royal PolarisCLICK HEREthen call 619-226-8030 for more information and to book your trip.
Redondo Special had a great day on the water with some nice LINGCOD, a sculpin, a whitefish and limits of rockfish on the AM trip with nearly limits on the PM boat. Should make for a great week of fishing ahead! No trip tomorrow but we will be back in Tuesday!
The morning run today had 43 anglers catching 430 rockfish, 1 ling, and 1 whitefish. The Afternoon trip with 21 anglers picked up 1 sculpin, 2 lings, 163 rockfish and more.
No trip tomorrow but the Redondo Special will be back online Tuesday with its normal schedule.
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing checking in with your daily report for Sunday. The Spitfire got out with 41 anglers catching 295 reds, 40 rockfish, and 1 ling. The Betty O also on a 3/4 day trip had limits of rockfish for the 31 anglers and 18 sculpin to go with it. The New Del Mar on two 1/2 day trips sacked up 425 rockfish, 5 sand bass, 3 lings, and 3 sheephead.
Trips are on line daily including twilight on the weekends. Call 310-822-3625 for reservations.
John is live from the Pursuit full day out of 22nd Street Landing with another good day of fishing. They are a fish killing machine as they ended up with 50 yellowtail for the day, good bass fishing with 32 keepers, and nice pick on the bonito and more.
Trips go daily and you are the first off the dock leaving at 6 am. Call for reservations at 310-832-8304.
Ollie is live from H&M Landing with a wrap-up report. 4 trips out today and they caught 21 Bluefin Tuna, 49 Yellowtail, 1 Calico Bass, 2 Sand Bass, 27 Rockfish, 20 Bonito, and 61 Sculpin. Ollie is live below to tell you all about it.
Trips leaving daily.
Listen in then call 619-222-1144 for reservations.
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22nd Street Landing 1/2, 3/4 day, And Twilight Trips Go Friday
Mike checking in from 22nd Street Landing leting you know they have the 1/2 day run leaving at 6:30 am on Friday morning. They also have the Native Sun 3/4 day trip leaving at 7 am with the Monte Carlo running the twilight run.
Trips on line for you all weekend long. Call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
David from the Indian checking in from Redondo Sportfishing. Nice bass bite today with good action on the bottom fish too. At the end of the day they pulled the drain plugs to the bait tank and barracuda charged the boat. Good times and David is live below with a wrap-up report.
Reed is live from Seaforth Sportfishing with the wrap-up report. 9 boats returning back to the dock with 4 Bluefin Tuna, 279 Yellowtail, 1 Calico Bass, 2 Sand Bass, 263 Rockfish, 43 Bonito, 7 Lingcod, 6 Sculpin, and 72 Red Snapper. Reed is live below to tell you all about it and more.
Trips go daily with 1.5 day trips and more.
Call 619-224-3383 for all trip information and reservations.
Nick is live from the Freelance out of Daveys Locker. They had a nice day with good weather. Full bags of rockfish and misc bottom grabbers along with 9 yellowtail and 3 halibut on the inside. Nick is live below to tell you all about it.
Trips go daily at 7 am with twilight trips on the weekends.
Call now for reservations at 949-673-1434 or CLICK HEREand book on line.
Hooks Landing checking in this evening as the New Hustler on an overnight trip came in with 20 anglers catching 200 rockfish and 30 lings. The Coroloma had a 3/4 day run with 33 anglers sacking up 250 rockfish,25 reds,2 sheephead, and 20 whitefish.
Trips go daily. Call 805-382-6233 for reservations.
Tino is live from the Freedom out of 22nd Street Landing with a nice day of fishing and Tino has the story like no one else can tell. They ended up with 21 yellowtail on deck, 2 monster lings, 51 grouper, 57 whitefish, bags of rockfish, and more.
They are back at it for overnight trips starting Wednesday night. CLICK HEREfor a schedule and you can book on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
Patriot has started their Extended Limited Load trips daily out of Newport Landing! We have light trips for the upcoming days. Cost is $80 with a max of 35 passengers. The Patriot is departing at 6am and returning at 6pm likely heading towards Catalina. Only 15 people reserved for Monday and 4 reserved on Tuesday. Go online: [link] or call 949-675-0551 to reserve your spots!
The price is $80 per person and leaves tomorrow at 6 AM. There are 21 spots available. Call 949-675-0551 for reservations.
Greg is live from the Pacific Quest out of Pierpoint Landing checking in from an overnight trip. Good fishing for them today with nice big sacks of fish. They caught 28 lingcod, 19 red snapper, 27 salmon grouper, 1 calico, and 32 rockfish. Greg is live below to tell you all about it.
Plenty of trips on tap for you. Trips are always limited to just 12 anglers.
CLICK HERE for a schedule and book right on line or call 951-491-1004 for reservations.
Jacob checking in from the Ultra out of 22nd Street Landing with your afternoon report. Tougher fishing and tougher conditions today but they do have 9 yellowtail on the boat and are on the hunt for some sack fillers and more.
The Ultra does have a couple of spots left for tonight's overnight trip. As always trips include limits of fun and are limited to just 10 anglers. CLICK HEREfor a schedule and to book on line or call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
Fishermans Landing has trips lined up for you every day including the Pacific Queen going tonight on a 1.5 day trip and they are a go with plenty of room left.
The Shogun goes for a 1.5 day Monday night and the Pacific Queen is back at it on Tuesday night. CLICK HEREfor a full schedule and book your trip right on line or call 619-221-8500 for information and reservations.
Spring season continues to attract moderate numbers of visitors to the Los Cabos area. Weather conditions have been very pleasant, scattered morning cloud cover, plenty of warm sunshine, high temperatures averaged about 85 degrees. Wind patterns were now more from the south, increasing later in the afternoon, though there were a few days where winds started out of the north, before switched from the south, overall this did not create much problems for anglers, as ocean conditions remained favorable. Ocean water temperatures ranged from 72/73 degrees on the Pacific side of Cabo San Lucas, with warmer currents found offshore of San Jose del Cabo and to the north, where it was in the 76/77 degree range.
Anglers were now using various available bait sources, live caballito, strips of squid and rigged ballyhoo. On the fishing grounds there are now more schooling baitfish, such as cocinero, chihuil, bolito and skipjack starting to move in, plenty of food source to attract gamefish in to the area, at times too much natural bait source and create more finicky fish, as they gorge on all of the present food, then not being that eager to strike anglers offerings. Most of the fishing this past week was taking place from off of Palmilla Point and north to Vinorama. Over the full moon period the striped marlin action had slowed down, but now this bite has improved, straight off of Puerto Los Cabos Marina, three to four miles from shore, has been one of the more consistent area for the billfish. Drift fishing live baits has been the best technique. Sizes on the striped marlin ranged from 80 to 120 lb. Very few dorado being found recently, just an occasional solo fish, most of them very small.
Early in the week there was some good wahoo action reported from Iman Bank to Vinorama, some charters landing as many as three wahoo, up to 45 lb. Though later in the week these fish were not very active at all. You never know with these elusive fish, when they will really become active. Conditions are now favorable, with the currents now on a warming trend and more bait schools appearing, these are all favorable signs for the coming weeks.
Yellowfin tuna action has been reported from the Iman Bank and near Vinorama, with the further areas now reporting better action in recent days. Drift fishing with strips of squid has remained the best set up. Some days the fish were coming up to feed earlier and on other days no activity was reported until 11 a.m. or later, you never know, tides and currents can all be a factor, as these fish are concentrated in areas within one to three miles from shore. Sizes ranged from 10 lb. footballs, to fish over 50 lb. Some high boats had as many as six to eight tuna, while others managed one or two. The key was having patience and the largest supply of squid as practical.
Bottom action produced mainly smaller sized snapper and pargo species, plenty of triggerfish, an occasional cabrilla or amberjack. On the same fishing grounds there were more sierra encountered, further offshore than you would normally find these fish, some of these were quality sized, five to ten pounds. Not much action at all reported inshore for roosterfish, we should see more of these fish move in during the next couple of months.
The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos Marina sent out approximately 86 charters for the week, with anglers reporting a fish count of: 28 striped marlin, 26 wahoo, 72 yellowfin tuna, 2 dorado, 5 amberjack, 8 cabrilla, 60 various pargo/snapper species, 28 sierra, 7 jack crevalle and 75 triggerfish.
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Eclipse Overnight Trips All Week And More Adam Is Live
Adam checking in from the Eclipse out of Seaforth Landing reminding you they have overnight trips going all week long including a 1.5 day trip leaving Friday night. Trips will be on the hunt for yellowtail and tuna. Fishing permit is included as well as travel visas. A valid passport or card is required.
CLICK HERE for a full schedule and to book on line or call 619-224-3383 for more information and reservations.