976-TUNA and the Toronado out of Pierpoint Landing is teaming up once again for a 2 day trip leaving Sunday August 17 at 9 pm and returning Tuesday night August 19 around 7 pm. This will be a freelance trip going where fishing is best. Either the Islands for yellowtail, seabass and more or offshore if the fish are there.
Cost of the trip is $275 but BOOK ON LINE NOW FOR JUST $250.
Join Charter Master Earl The Pearl McVicar and 976-TUNA for good times and good fishing by booking right on line or you can call 310-328-8426 for reservations.
The Cheif teams up with 976-TUNA for a 2 day trip leaves from HM Landing San Diego on Sunday Aug 25th.
Cost of the trip is normaly $450, book online now for $350 a limited time offer.
This will be a freelance trip heading to offshore for tuna and more. Big Gabe and Little Red will be chartermasters on this one. Join 976-TUNA on this on for good times and good fishing. Call Rick at 310-328-8426 for reservations.
976-Tuna teams up with the Thunderbird out of Daveys Locker for a 2 day trip leaving Sunday night Aug 24 at 9 pm. Trip is limited to just 25 anglers. This trip will be heading out on an Island freelance trip on the hunt for seabass, yellowtail, calicos, and more.
Cost of the trip is $299 and will run offshore tuna permiting.
Call Daveys Locker to book at 949-673-1434 for reservations.
The Seeker out of HM Landing teams up with 976-TUNA for a 1.5 day offshore trip. Trip leaves Sunday September 7 at 9 pm. We will be on the hunt for tuna, dorado, yellowtail, and more on this one. Trip is limited to just 21 anglers. Cost is $400 but Online Booking is $275 for a limited time only
Chartermasters Big Gabe and Little Red will be on this one.
Extras will be fuel surcharge, permits and food charge payable on the boat. Join 976-TUNA on this one for good times and great fishing. Book on line now and save or call 310-328-8426 for reservations.
The Legendteams up with 976-TUNA for a 1.5 day trip leaves from Seaforth Sportfishing Departing on Sep 16th, 08:00 PM . Cost is $275 Online BOOKING ONLY, This will be a freelance trip heading down the Baja Coast. Join 976-TUNA on this on for good times and good fishing.
Big Gabe and Little Red will be on this one.
Extras will be permits and a meal plan payable on the boat at $55. If you plan to do more than one offshore trip this year get your permits now and save.
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The Gail Force out of L.A. Harbor teams up with 976-Tuna for a full day 5 to 5 trip leaving On Sunday September 21 and trip is limited to 22 anglers. Cost is just $65. Group rates available. They will be on the hunt for seabass, yellowtail, calicos, and more. Join 976-TUNA on this one for good times and good fishing with lot's of give a ways.
Book right on line or call 310-328-8426 for reservations and remember group rates are available.
The Old Glory out of HM Landing teams up once again with 976-TUNA for a 2 day offshore trip leaving Sunday September 21 at 9 pm or earlier if everyone shows up and returning Tuesday September 23 around 7 pm.
We will be going offshore for tuna, dorado, and yellowtail.
Cost of the trip is $350 for a limited time.
Earl The Pearl McVicar will be chartermaster on this one. Sign up now and don't miss out.
Mandatory meal plan paid on the boat is $80 plus of course permits and fuel if needed.
Join 976-TUNA for good times and good fishing. Book right on line or call 310-328-8426 for reservations.
The Aztec and 976-TUNA team up for a 2 day trip leaves from Seaforth Sportfishing Departing on Tuesday Sep 23, 09:00 PM . This will be a freelance trip heading offshore for tuna, yellowtail, dorado and more.
Cost is $550 but Online Booking is $400 for a limited time only Join 976-TUNA and Chartermaster Big Gabe and Little Red on this on for good times and good fishing. Call 310-328-8426 for reservations.
The Commander out of Fishermans Landing Teams up with 976- TUNA for a 2 day trip leaving Sunday September 28 at 10 pm.
On the hunt for Tuna, dorado, yellowtail and more. Cost of the trip is $325 and group rates are availible.
Permits are extra along with fuel charge if nessasary and an $80 meal plan will be payable on the boat.
Call for reservations at 310-328-8426 or simpley book right on line.
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Tino is live from a fun day on the offshore grounds. They had 26 yellow fin tuna, 10 blue fin tuna, and 1 yellowtil. They lost a lot of fish due to line breaking, make sure you come out with some fresh line. Tino is here for you, listen in live below.
The Freedom out of 22nd Street is back on line for overnight trips every night. Call 310-832-8304 for reservations.
Greg on the Aztec out of Seaforth Landing checking in with phenomenal day. Limits of yellow fin tuna for the 24 anglers on a father son charter. They also had a couple yellowfin tuna on the popper rigs for food in the galley, in addition 30 yellowtail and a couple Bull dorado Greg is live below with the good word!
Daveys Locker Sportfishing checking in for the Thunderbird on an overnight trip trip with very good action this mornng. They have 50 tuna on deck and are on the hunt for some yellowtail. They still have time to fish and Daveys will keep us up to date.
Trips go daily. Call 949-673-1434 for reservaitions.
The Legend's 2014 summer open party schedule is up and ready to book at hmlanding.com We will be offering some great specials and discounts to these trips at The Fred Hall Shows-The Ultimate Outdoor Experience in Del Mar March 27-March 30!
Tom is live from the Seeker out of HM Landing with a good morning so far. They have 100 mixed tuna on the boat for the rent rod charter and the guys are having a blast. Steady fishing and Tom will keep us up to date.
For trip information and reservations call 619-222-1144.
Chris checking in live from the Chief out of HM Landing with great fishing this morning on the first of a 2.5 day trip. Great action as they have limits of yellowtail for the morning with 28 yellowfin, and a couple of dorado. They are close to 200 fish for the morning and Chris will keep us up to date.
They have a 1.5 day trip leaving Sunday night with a few spots left. Call HM Landing for info and reservations at 619-222-1144.
Mike checking in live from the Tribute out of Seaforth Landing as he just got off the line with Jake. This is Captain Jake first ever trip and he is starting out in style. They have 70 mixed tuna, yellow fin and blue fin tuna for the morning. Mike is live to tell you all about it below.
They have some one day trips coming up,Call 619-224-3383 for trip information and reservations.
The Excel checked in this morning with an update from the Sogioka 7 day. We got 70 mixed fish on our way out. We started seeing fish at 9 miles. It’s kind of cool catching fish on the first day. We are down South and are looking for Yellowfin Tuna on the kelps. We will check in tomorrow!
The fishing and catching from Puerto Morelos is pretty much unchanged for the past week and there is still a good chance to land a sailfish and a blue marlin for those anglers that elect to take a 6-8-hour charter fishing day. While our boats didn't land any blue marlin this week, there were several boats that did and we know they are still available. It's still that mixed-bag catch type of fishing that tends to change with every strike and that's one of the fun things about this area. The angler never knows what the next bite is going to provide. This past week's reports reflected a 14 fish variety for 25 days fished that included 8 sailfish, 21 bonito, 11 giant barracuda, 1 rainbow runner, 1 king mackerel, 3 blackfin tuna, 5 needle fish, 2 Spanish mackerel, 1 pilot fish, 30 snappers, 11 soap fish, 46 trigger fish, 8 strawberry fish and 33 banana fish.
PM Climate: Mostly cloudy for the early part of the week, sunny and clear on Thursday & Friday & back to cloudy over the weekend. Temps ranged from 75 nights to 89 daytime highs.
Sea Conditions: Water temps stable at 84 degrees all over the area. Surface breezes flowing from the easterly directions to 9 mph. Overall, it's very fishable weather with mostly calm seas.
Best Bait: The ballyhoo continues to be the bait of choice on a daily basis for all of the boats and anglers. A variety of bait sizes are provided each morning, allowing for a selection of baits for the anglers.
According to Captain Temo Verboonen, the sailfish bite was best at about 6 miles out front of the Bay and was mixed with a few blue marlin, too. It was not the bonanza fishing of the past week but still good enough to make for a successful fishing day that provided several opportunities for a billfish and was keeping most of the anglers happy. The inshore fishing was good for the roosterfish but they were on the move and in different locations almost everyday. Overall, Temo said the fishing activity was on the slower side but expected improvement with the excellent sea conditions, especially the water temperatures and calmer seas.
IZ Climate: It has been a mostly cloudy week with rain on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday, (typical summer rain conditions) but no wind or rough seas conditions for the area.
Sea Conditions: Near perfect! Water temps stable at 89-90
The current water temperatures throughout the Mazatlan area continue to be a few degrees warmer than normal and it seems unexplainable that we are not seeing more of the warm water pelagic big game fish in the area. Given the very favorable conditions one would expect the black and blue marlin to have filtered into the region, along with an influx of sailfish and more dorado. Unfortunately, that is not happening, at least not yet. The overall fish counts for a total of 16 offshore fishing days produced 5 sailfish, (1 released) 4 dorado and 2 mako sharks and the inshore super pangas reporting in for 4 days fished reflected 6 corvina, 12 black snook and 7 dorado for their efforts.
Mazatlan Climate: Mostly sunny through Wednesday and turning cloudy for the remainder of the week with sower possibilities at 50-80%.
Sea Conditions: Water temps stable at 89-90 degrees all over and out to 50-plus miles. Surface conditions ranged from calm to 12 mph, mostly flowing from the southwest directions.
Best Fishing Area: There doesn't appear to be any real concentration of fish in any direction and no particular area was singled out as a "best" area.
Best Bait/Lure: Rigged baits were used on all of the sailfish, the sharks and dorado.
Bait Supply: Excellent bait supply for the fresh rigging baits that are furnished with the charters. Live bait is readily available at $1.00 per bait.
The area south of Cabo San Lucas has been the most productive billfish area for the past 3 weeks or more and continues to provide the best billfish opportunities throughout the area. High billfish boat for the week was the "Fish Cabo", reporting in with 2 blue marlin, (1 at 315 lbs. and the other released) 2 stripers released and 6 sailfish released for 5 days fished with all fish taken in the area south of Cabo known as the Herradura. Next high boat was the "Gaviota VIII", reporting in for 6 days fished and reflecting 2 sailfish and 7 stripers, along with 4 yellowfin tuna. The overall catches for a combined total of 42 days fished reflected 2 blue marlin, (1 released), 21 stripers, (20 released) 13 sailfish, (11 released) 21 yellowfin tuna, 4 skipjack tuna and 31 dorado.
Cabo Climate: Partly cloudy days and cloudy through the weekend. Temperatures varied between 80 nighttime to 95 daytime highs. Sea Conditions: Overall, very good fishing conditions for the past week with excellent sea temps and clarity through the area and on both sides of the peninsula. Pacific side, from Finger bank to Cabo Falso, temps ranged at 84-85. Cabo San Lucas to Gorda Banks and into the Sea of Cortez, the temps were stable at 86-87 degrees. Surface breezes were calm to 10 mph and flowing in mostly from the southeast directions.
Best Fishing Area: The Herradura area, just southerly from Cabo about 12 miles or so.
Best Bait/Lure: Artificials were about 50-50 for the blue marlin along with rigged baits. Sailfish & stripers best on live baits and rigged baits. Live
Bait Supply: Remained plentiful throughout the week at the $3.00 per bait rate. Many of the boats were using the dead caballitos to rig for trolling baits for the billfish and dorado.
The Costello Gang returned with a great catch this morning and we provisioned and departed with out a hitch with Tom chaparro's annual 6 day limited trip. Our bait was excellent and we put it right to use on a fantastic afternoon of tuna fishing.It was Realy Good! We are now idling up swell for dinner in good weather and plan on doing more of the same tomorrow.The Polaris Supreme Crew.
Scott is phoning back home live from the Condor out of Fishermans Landing as they are calling it a day. A Great day. Over 200 mixed fish for the guys with 195 being mixed tuna and a few yellowtail, and dorado to go with it.
Trips are going for 1.5 day leaving Monday and Wednesday night. Call 619-221-8500 for reservations.
HM Landing Checking in with more great fishing. The First string came in with 327 yellowfin, 4 dorado, 14 bluefin, and 220 yellowtail. The Producer on a 1 day trip had 111 yellowfin, 1 dorado, and 36 yellowtail. The Sea Adventure II had 76 yellowfin, 1 dorado, and 3 yellowfin on an overnight trip.
Great action all the way around out of HM Landing and all the news is live for you below. Listen in then call 619-222-1144 for trip information and reservations.
Andy is checking in live from the Enterprise out of Long Beach Marina sportfishing. The 3/4 day run had a good mixed bag of fish today with plenty of action. They had yellowtail, bonito, calicos, rockfish, and more.
Trips go daily. Call 562-598-6649 for all the info and reservations.
Helgrens sportfishing checking in this evening with epic action today. The Sea Trek had 5 blue fin tuna 73 yellow fin tuna, 55 yellowtail, 2 dorado, and 1 mako shark. Excellent fishing listen in live below.
Tris go daily. Call 760-722-2133 for trip information and reservations.
Thunderbird has been scoring on the tuna and yellowtail and this limited load overnight trip fishing Friday August 1. Limited to 28 anglers and price is $180. There is currently 2 spots open ..These spots go fast. Reservations required. Thunderbird had 65 tuna today this trip Friday should be a fun one.
Call now at 949-673-1434. Will be open until 9 pm tonight.
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New Lo-An OPAH! 100 + Yellow Fin Tuna, John is Live
John is live from the New Lo-An out of Point Loma Sportfishing with good action today. They had a nice day of fishing and weather. 100 + yellow fin tuna, 1 nice OPAH, some dorado in the mix. John is live to tell you all about it below.
They have trips going next week, till then they are full.