Half day fishing has been great when boats haven’t been going offshore for tuna with wide open action on bass and bonito and good action on yellowtail. The Aggressor has a limited load am half day for this Sunday Oct 11.
Limited to 30 anglers and price is $60. Currently 15 reserved. Reservations required should be a fun and roomy weekend trip.
Adam checking in from the Eclipse out of Seaforth Landing with nice yellowfin fishing today and he is here live to tell you all about it. Not big numbers today but big fish as they ended up with 64 yellowfin and about 20 of them at the 50 pound plus mark.
They have trips lined up for you this month. 2.5 and 3.5 day trips. Call now for all the info and get it on with the Eclipse by calling 619-995-6880 for reservations.
Ken is live from H&M Landing with your daily report. The 3/4 day Malihini did it again with 98 yellowfin, 14 skipjack, and 1 dorado. The First String came in with 190 yellowfin, 65 skipjack, 37 dorado, and 5 yellowtail. The Joanna overnight with 6 anglers decked 30 yellowfin and 9 skipjack.
Trips go daily including lobster trips every evening. CLICK HEREfor a schedule and call 619-222-1144 for reservations.
LA Waterfront reporting in as the Sport King 3/4 day trip came in with 10 yellowtail, 21 bonito, 27 calicos, and 45 perch today.
Trips go daily. Call 310-547-9916 for trip information and reservations. Don't forget both the Triton and Gail Force are available for charter. Island, Offshore and lobster trips. Give Ryan a call at 310-844-3814 for all charter information and to book your group.
Chris is live from the Cobra out of Channel Island Sportfishing. They went on the hunt this morning for yellowfin and they did manage to put one on the boat. They also picked up 17 yellowtail for the day with 45 bonito, 4 rockfish and more for a fun day with the 12 anglers.
They are open party leaving Monday, Wednesday, and Friday this week at 4 am and all trips are limited to just 12 anglers. Call 805-382-1612 for more info and reservations.
For your small groups charter hit up Chris at 310-403-9969 and get hooke up today.
Marina Del Rey Sportfishing reporting in this evening. The Spitfire on a 3/4 day run came home with 6 yellowtail, 2 barracuda, 1 ling, 180 rockfish, and 2 bullet tuna. The Betty O also on a 3/4 trip with 14 anglers sacked up limits of rockfish at 140. The New Del Mar on two 1/2 day runs brought home 13 yellowtail, 155 rockfish, 14 lings. and one bullet tuna.
Trips go daily. Call 310-822-3625 for information and reservations. Don't forget about twilight runs on the weekends.
Seaforth Landing checking in with more great action. The 3/4 day San Diego keeps going on with 255 yellowfin for the day. The overnight Pride with limits at 60 yellowfin for the 12 anglers and 4 dorado to go with it. The Tribute also on an overnight tri came home with 149 yellowfin 21 skipjack, and 3 dorado. The Voyager on at 2 day with just 10 anglers came in with 72 dorado, 2 yellowtail, 18 yellowfin, and 6 skipjack.
More great action going on at Seaforth Landing and they have trips going daily. CLICK HERE for a schedule pick your boat and book on line or call 619-224-3383 for trip information and reservations.
Carl is live from Fishermans Landing with a few updates and tackle tips. The Condor reported in with well over 100 yellowfin on the boat and the Prowler is coming home with limits of yellowfin and 15 dorado.
Fishermans Landing has 1 and 1.5 day trips leaving tonight with trips on line every night. Get in on the action by calling 619-221-8500 for trip information and reservations.
Mike back live from the Tribute out of Seaforth Landing As they finish up a very nice overnight trip. They ended the day with 149 yellowfin, 21 skipjack, and 3 dorado. Mike has the story and tackle tips for you live.
They are sold out for tonight but have plenty of room Saturday night and all week long. CLICK HEREto book your trip right on line or call 619-224-3383 for reservations.
Jeff Is live from the Freedom out of 22nd Street Landing as they are heading for home. A lot of boat traffic today but they managed to put together a nice day with 54 yellowfin and 9 skipjack to go with it.
The next chance to get on the Freedom is Sunday night with overnight trips going all week long. Call 310-832-8304 for information and reservations.
TJ is back live from the Eldorado out of Long Beach Sportfishing. They put together a nice day on the yellowfin and skipjack a TJ is here to tell you about it.
The next chance to get on the Eldorado is Monday morning for a 3/4 day trip then overnight trips go all next week starting Monday night. CLICK HERE for a schedule and to book on line or call 562-432-8993 for reservations.
Scott is phoning back home from the Condor out of Fishermans Landing. Fun fishing for the guys on the quality yellowfin as they are over 100 fish for the day so far. Scott has the story for you live below.
The Condor has 1.5 day trips next week leaving Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with trips for you all month long. CLICK HERE for the trip list and book right on line or call 619-221-8500 for trip information and reservations.
The Thunderbird checking in this afternoon out of Daveys Locker Sportfishing and Jeff is live below to tell you about their day. Once again great fishing ending up with 188 yellowfin and lots of skipjack released to go with it.
Sore arems and happy faces as they are heading for home. For all upcoming trip information and reservations call 949-673-1434 and believe in Jeff.
Scott is live from the Sea Adventure 80 out of H&M Landings. They are on the 2nd day of a 2 day tripw ith 172 yellowfin tuna and a couple dorado. They are making way to Cortez bank right now and Scott is live to tell you all about it.
The best keeps getting better and they have trips lined up for yo but are filling fast.
CLICK HERE for a schedule and book on line or call 619-222-1144 for reservations and ride with the fish studs.
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Condor Very Nice Yellowfin Tuna Action, Scott is Live
Adam is live from the Eclipse out of Seaforth Landing with a nice bite this morning on quality tuna. They have over 40 yellowfin on the boat so far with fish hanging and about 15 of those fish are in the 50 pound class.
They have a 1.5 day trip leaving Sunday. Call for reservations at 619-224-3383 and get yours.
Jeff is live this morning from the Thunderbird out of Daveys Locker. All the boys are out this morning. Plenty of boat traffic but Jeff is getting the job done with over 50 yellowfin on deck so far with plenty of time to fish.
Trips go every night. Call 949-673-1434 for trip information and reservations and believe in Jeff.
Mike is live from the Tribute out of Seaforth Landing with an awesome start to the day. Just off their first kelp of the day for 129 yellowfin tuna and a few skipjack released. Great action and they are on the hunt for dorado and more.
They stioll have room on an overnight trip leaving Saturday night with overnight trips going all week long. CLICK HERE for the schedule and book on line or call 619-224-3383 for reservations.
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Eldorado Good Start To The Day, Yellowfin Tuna on the Bite
Hello everyone; Well things didn’t work out like we were hoping for. Our weather might have something to do with it, we had 12 to 18 knots most of the day, and we had problems keep our anchor hung. But we did manage to get 17 Wahoo on the boat, but it wasn’t lack of fish, that’s just Wahoo fishing.
There was a showing of some Yellowfin, but they were all released back to the ocean. Alijos is on the down swing, and that might have to do with a boat being there for the last two weeks. It needs some rest to rebound.
We are now headed to Cedros island and try our luck at some Yellowtail, and may be get a tank or two of bait. So with not much to report, I will sign off for now, but there will be more reports coming your way. Good Luck & Good Fishing.
For a complete season schedule on the Royal PolarisCLICK HEREthen call 619-226-8030 for more information and to book your trip.
Rolling into our last morning before moving on, right after daylight we began to get our daily fix of wahoo and after adapting to new current conditions it didn’t take long for them to keep us right on pace. Still holding strong in the scratch department – all the bites that were to be had, was not a easy task. As far as staying in the game, patience was the key to hooking and landing one of these beauties. When it was finally time to head out everyone had a few wahoo in the bag and lots of opportunities. We are going to be motoring all night in search of some more exotics.
The wonderful thing about 10 day trips is all the different areas and species. We captured these mahi mahi on our travels south.. Tomorrow we are gonna try for yellowtail. Wish us luck. Intrepid and crew.
Our on-the-spot reporter, Ms. Susana Chel, reflected some very good action for the 25 boat days fished from Puerto Morelos that included the biggest catch of giant Atlantic barracuda ever reported by our office. The overall fishing report reflected 64 Atlantic barracudas and 21 bonito for the surface action and 40 grouper, 110 chack-chi, (fish of the week) 50 banana fish, 30 triggerfish and 19 snappers, providing an average of 13-plus fish per boat day out. This has been a very good action week for our visiting families with children that get excited about fishing. It has been a fast bite that keeps them on their toes throughout the charter.
PM Climate: Air temps varied from 67 nights to 88 daytime highs and a 72% humidity level. It was a mostly cloudy week with afternoon scattered thunder showers for Friday.
Sea Conditions: A slight variation in the water temps from inshore to offshore that ranged from 84 to 86 degrees. Tropical surface breezes varied directions this past week that ranged from near calm to about 9 mph. Very good fishing conditions.
Best Bait: The on-going availability of the ballyhoo baits continue to provide the anglers with an excellent bait supply for daily fishing efforts.
The Bait Supply: Remains excellent for the ballyhoo that is provided in different sizes for rigging, trolling the baits whole, using slabs or cut baits, depending on the type of fishing at the moment.
Our "Ace Reporter" for the Zihuatanejo area, Captain Temo Verboonen, reported that the weather for the week was near perfect but the fishing report reflected very slow offshore fishing results and some of the boats got out o about 70 miles without any results for the extra time and fuel spent. We saw a single boat with a blue marlin aboard and another with two dorado, but that was all there was to report for the offshore areas. Occasionally on the return from the longer runs they would find oceanic tuna schools and some very small sharks around the logs, but no action for sailfish. The inshore areas still good for roosterfish near the beaches and Valentin River. About 70% of the boats are on land for annual maintenance programs. Just no anglers on the pier with a fishing interest.
IZ Climate: Air temps varied from 76 nights to 95 daytime highs and a 70% humidity level. A partly cloudy to cloudy week but no rain for a change. Sea Conditions: Sea temps good at 86-87 for inshore to offshore areas. Tropical surface breezes flowing in from the westerly directions and ranged from near calm to about 10 mph in the afternoons.
Best Fishing Area: There were no offshore areas reported for billfish or gamefish out to 70 miles or so. Still good for big roosterfish along the white sandy beaches near the rivers and especially Valentin River.
Best Bait/Lure: Live bait working well for the roosterfish as were poppers, too. Bait Supply: There continues to b a good supply of fresh baits for rigging and live baits or the inshore fishing. Live bait is currently $5.00 per dozen, paid direct to the bait vendor at time of receipt.
Following the full moon phase of last week, the overall fishing results moved right back into some good action for inshore and offshore fishing. According to our local reporters, Ms. Kitcia Ceja and Fleet Manager, Geronimo Cevallos, the offshore fishing shot right up to a 60% catch on the billfish and included one blue marlin that checked in at 280 lbs, taken aboard the Aries II. The overall offshore fish counts for 10 days reflected 1 blue marlin and 5 sailfish, along with 2 yellowfin tuna and 2 dorado. The inshore super pangas were having a field day throughout the week with some quality sized corvinas that tilted the scales up to 16 lbs. The 7 days fished inshore provided fast action for the anglers that included 89 corvina and 16 black snook for their efforts. Geronimo says it's looking more like the fall fishing has started right on schedule and the corvina and snook combinations are truly a welcome action fish for the inshore anglers.
Mazatlan Climate: Air temps at 72 nights to 93 daytime highs and a 65% humidity level. There were 4 sunny days, 1 partly cloudy day and 2 cloudy days that included Saturday with scattered PM thunder showers.
Sea Conditions: Water temps stable from inshore to offshore at 87.5 degrees. Tropical surface breezes flowing mostly from the wester5ly directions ranging from near calm to 10 mph.
Best Fishing Area: The offshore fishing has been fairly stable out to the southwest of the Marina El Cid, starting at about 16 miles and trolling outbound from there into the cleaner & bluer waters.
Best Lure/Bait: Sailfish taking the rigged baits as were the dorado. Tuna taken on feathers and the blue marlin taken on an artificial
Bait Supply: Continues to be a very good bait supply for fresh rigging baits and for live baits. Live bait is $1.00 per bait paid direct to the bait vendor at time of receipt.
Following last week's full moon phase that appeared to interfere with the overall bite, the overall catching came right back up to speed and we saw an increase in blue marlin, striped marlin and sailfish for the past week. The fish, particularly the billfish, seem to be scattered all along the Pacific side "hot spots" from Pozo de Cota, down across the Golden Gate and on o the Jaime Bank and into the east to the Herradura area. The overall week reflected a total of 45 days fished that included 5 blue marlin, (all under 300 lbs.) 17 striped marlin and 10 sailfish, along with 4 wahoo, 2 mako sharks, 14 yellowin tuna, 14 dorado and 6 skipjack tuna. High boat for the week was the "Gaviota VIII", reflecting 1 blue marlin and 7 stripers for 5 days fished. The overall catch rate shot right back up to a 71% billfish catch rate and added a variety of other game fish catches. This report was provided by Gaviota Fleet Manager, Carlos Pena-Mireles and Captain Roberto Marquez, owner of the Fish Cabo boats.
Cabo Climate: Air temp varied from 75 nighttime highs to 91 daytime highs and a 60% humidity level. It was a mostly sunny and warm week with scattered P.M. thunder showers for Saturday.
Sea Conditions: The water temperatures on the Pacific side, from the Finger Bank to Cabo Falso, all at 86.5 degrees. East of Cabo Falso and northerly to Los Frailes, on the Sea of Cortez Side, were all at 87.5 degrees.
Best Fishing Area: The Pacific side and scattered over several different familiar hot spots that included the Herradura, Cabo Falso, Jaime Bank, Golden Gate and Pozo de Cota.
Best Lure/Bait: Live bait, rigged baits and artificials were all working for the billfish and he dorado & wahoo, but feathers worked best for the yellowfin tuna.
Live Bait Supply: Remains very good with plenty of caballitos at he $3.00 per bait rate.
The Indian out of Redondo Sportfishing calling in with a wrap-up report. They caught 5 Yellowtail, 9 Calico Bass, 8 Sheephead, 1 Whitefish, 41 Bonito, 3 Lingcod, and 12 Calico Bass Released. Listen in live below and get the full scoop.
The Indian is back on line for 3/4 day trips. Call now for trip information and reservations at 310-372-2111.
Andy is live for the Enterprise out of Long Beach Marina Sportfishing. They rolled the dice and went offshore today. They found some yellowfin tuna and a couple dorado with some smaller yellowtail. Andy is live below to tell you all about it.
Ken is live from H&M Landing with more good action today. The 3/4 day Malihini keeps going on with 151 yellowfin and 60 skipjack. The Ranger 85 came in with 24 anglers and catching 120 yellowfin on an overnight trip. The Legend on an overnight trip picked up 2 wahoo today with 65 yellowfin, and 23 dorado. Hook up with Chuck. So much more great fishing going on.
The hoop net trips also doing well with the Alicia with 7 anglers picked up 23 lobsters and 76 released with the Jig strike picking up 18 lobsters and 54 released.
Trips go daily. Call now for trip information and reservations at 619-222-1144 or CLICK HERE for a schedule and to book on line.
John is live from Fishermans Landing with a wrap-up report. The Prowler was out and had limits of yellowfin tuna and more. The Commander out on a wahoo trip got one nice 70 pounder. John has the latest for you below.
Trips go every day.
CLICK HEREfor a full schedule and to book on line or call 619-221-8500 for reservations.
Read the A Team is live from Seaforth Landing With your daily report. The San Diego was offshore again today and nailed the yellowfin tuna and more. The Eclipse had some large yellowfin tuna up to 80 pounds. All this and more when you listen in below to Read (Faceman) from the A Team.
Trips go daily.
CLICK HERE for a schedule and book right on line or call 619-224-3383 for info and reservations.
LA Waterfront checking in this evening as the Sport King mixed it up a bit again today. They came home with the 27 anglers they left with and that's a good thing. They also picked up 26 yellowtail, 22 calicos, 3 dorado, and 6 yellowfin.
Good fishing goes on and LA Waterfront has trips daily. For all trip information including charter information and lobster charters on the Triton and Gail force call 310-547-9916 and get hooked up.