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 $300 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 leaving from HM Landing 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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We Specialize in groups of 4 to as big as 80 anglers 1/2 trips to 16 day trips on the best Sportfishing boats in the Southern California Fleet.
The Cost of Mexican Fishing permits and or fuel sur charge is not included in ticket price. We reserve the right to over book by 2.
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Jeff checking in live from the Thunderbird as they are on the fish again. They have been on a good one for the last half hour or so and have 40 yellowfin on deck so far. Great action and Jeff will keep us up to date.
Trips are on line every day. Call Daveys Locker Sportfishing at 949-673-1434 for all the trip information and reservations.
Whenever you end well it makes you feel like you had a good day. When you start well and end slow you get that "it wasn't a good day" feel to it. Today we started slow and finished strong. We had a good day. We looked at a lot of fish this morning but only one would bite. We had one fish well after lunch. We then found an area that for some reason the fish we found wanted to bite. We found one school that produced 18 of those 30-45 pounders and one school that bit through the sunset for 13 bluefin with one of those going 65 pounds more or less. So we ended our day with 32 beautiful bluefin tuna and we're going to do this again tomorrow for our last day.
We developed quite the south swell today from that category 5 hurricane down below. It's amazing what some wind thousands of miles away can do to the ocean right here. It's ground swell with no wind on it so we barely feel it come under the boat but it's impressive to watch. Surf"s up.
Drew is live from the Pacific Queen out of Fishermans Landing. They had a nice day of fishing with 132 yellowfin tuna for the day. Good time continue on the Queen and Drew is live below to tell you all about it.
They have space available on a 3/4 day departing Friday Morning.
Calvin is live from the Helena out of Dana Wharf Sportfishing. Good offshore action for 6 to 6 trips with yesterday pulling in 19 yellowfin, and a few dorado. More of the same today with good tuna fishing. Loosing quite a few on the lite line but bringing in quite a few.
For charter and open party information call 949-496-5794 and hook up with the Helena.
Socalsalty checking in for the New Seaforth 1/2 day trip this morning. Great fishing, Epic fishing, Excellent fishing, Pick one. Yellowfin tuna on a 1/2 day trip, Socalsalty is live to tell you all about it below.
Seaforth Sportfishing has trips for you.
Listen in then call 619-224-3383 for reservations.
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Condor Limits Of Yellowfin And On The Hunt Scott Is Live
Chris is live from the Chief out of HM Landing with a great start to their 1.5 day trip. They had a couple of nice stops and have 78 yelowfin on the boat for the morning with 10 skipjack and all day left to fish.
The next chance to hop on the Chief and get on the warpath is for a 2.5 day trip leaving Monday September 1. Call HM Landing at 619-222-1144 for reservations.
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Toronado 1.5 Day Trip Leaves Sunday August 31 SAVE BIG
Aaron is live with some great fishing aboard the Shogun out of Fishermans Landing. They had over 100 bluefin tuna on the last day of the trip. Excellent sign of fish all around including yellowfin tuna and more. Aaron is live to tell you all about it below.
They have trips lined up for you with some openings. 8 Day trip departing Friday 08-29 with 3 spots open.
Call now for reservations before it's too late at 619-226-8030.
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Freedom 1.5 Day Wrap-up 194 Yellowtail Tuna and More
Jeff checking in live from the Freedom out of 22nd Street Landing. They just returned from a 1.5 day with great fishing, they ended up with 194 yellowfin tuna, 7 dorado, 3 yellowtail, and some skippies. Jeff is live below to tell you all about it.
Jeff is live from the Thunderbird out of Daveys Locker this morning as they are in the middle of their first stop of the day. They have 25 plus yellowfin on the boat with fish hanging. Jeff will keep us up to date as the day goes on.
Trips go every night. Call 949-673-1434 for trip information and reservations.
Fishing on the World Famous EL BUDSTER. The Nathan Brown party from Silverado, CA catches two 20 lb. YELLOWFIN TUNA and a 20 lb. DORADO They were caught on the Lighthouse Reef The water temp. was 74 degrees
Back fishing on the World Famous EL BUDSTER. The Frank Woodward party from Grosse lle, MI catches two 20 lb. DORADO and three 20 lb. YELLOWFIN TUNA. They were caught 16 miles out Los Cabos Lighthouse. The water temp. was 83-85 degrees.
Fishing on the World Famous EL BUDSTER. The Jeff Williams party from Seattle, WA catches ten YELLOWFIN TUNA ( 20 lb. to 25 lb. ) and two 20 lb.DORADO They were caught 16 miles from Cabo The water temp. was 73-74 degrees
Fishing on the World Famous EL BUDSTER. The Frank Woodward party from Grosse lle, MI catches four DORADO ( 15 lb. to 20 lb. ) and four 20 lb. YELLOWFIN TUNA. They were caught on the 95 Reef. The water temp. was 83-84 degrees.
Well, we ended this week on a sour note with hurricane Marie nipping at our coastline and making swells unbearable and eventually shutting down the Port Sunday afternoon. Our fleet made it’s way back when they got the call a little after 11AM that we needed to come back to Port. Everyone arrived safely and most with fish in tow!
Veteran Anglers Mark Goodrow and clan were down to fish with us on a couple of boats for several days this week. They fished aboard RumRunnin and Tantrum and had the best day aboard RumRunnin with the Jesus’s their first day out, Monday, landing 2 Striped Marlin and a Sailfish. Nice ones too. They had a great time and picked up a nice sized Wahoo, some Dorado and Bonita during the rest of their trip. The Tode’s had a nice day picking up some Yellowfin Tuna – 6 to be exact on their 1/2 day trip on Tuesday. TCU buds of Ryan, Bill and Marilyn King fished for 2 days with us, caught 5 Dorado day one and some more Dorado, a Bonita and a nice Striped Marlin on the second outing.
The Kelley’s were back for another round with RedRum this year for the week aboard our Panga boat with Captain Carlos and El Nuevo with Captain Alex and Mate Charlie. They caught some nice Roosterfish when they were on the Panga, even one that was trophy worthy! During their 3 days on the larger boat they boated 10 Dorado, 2 Yellowfin Tuna, some Bonita and released a Sailfish and a Striped Marlin.
Nick Sissa and his group fished for 4 days, ended it on Sunday where they just fought to get back to the dock, but over the first 3 days caught some Dorado, Yellowfin Tuna, 21 Striped Marlin and a Sailfish. That is some good fishin’!
Harold Ruckpaul and crew were down for a 5 day fishing package and stay accommodations with us. Had plenty of luck catching Dorado – they took quite a bit of meat home, but not so much with the Billfish. Maybe not this time, but next time they will get ‘em! They let us know it was not for lack of trying on Captain Omar and mate Oscar’s part, these boy’s did all they could, they told us. We are happy to hear they did their best!!
Let’s hope Miss Marie gets outta here fast, so we can keep on fishing!!
Our disproportionate share of good fortune finally ran out relegating us to a day of looking, looking at plenty, that gave us the middle finger salute on the majority of our attempts. Typical bluefin fishing is how I would describe it. No matter how many times we see and live this condition it never lessens the incredulity and aggravation of witnessing such incredible potential that at times will not even recognize our attempts.
Even more astonishing is when our offerings are accepted; big bluefin blowing out and flying from the water everywhere as we slide into them. One can not imagine that during that kind of show, that such a violent and dramatic reaction to what we throw over the side, would result in not a single bite; not one fish on the end of twenty some odd beautiful baits perfectly presented by master anglers using equipment finely tuned to the occasion.
It goes to show once again who really is in charge, not that we harbor any doubts, in the world of sport fishing. We catch them because they want to be caught. In the case of this run there is no questioning that regardless of the today's minimal success fantastic fortune was destined from the get go. To say it came easy would serve an injustice to the efforts of the boys, nothing out here does, but from the gates an awful lot of things went right that could have gone otherwise. A roll in the right direction was established the first afternoon and carried through. To be the beneficiary of such exception is an advantage around here that does not go un noticed, or un appreciated. We'll take it knowing full well that they come hard earned the majority of the time.
On to the next adventure Captain Toussaint returns tomorrow setting forth on another quick one perfectly positioned to take advantage of the local opportunities still beckoning. Pefect bait resides in our wells, excellent weather is in the forecast, and the un contested fish Captain I most respect and admire is in command; a setting rife with potential calls to anglers likely tossing and turning while this narrative is drafted.
Two anglers now peacefully at rest grace this voyage's final report. “Uncle Bob” Wolfson and I go back at least twenty eight years to my early times working the deck of Royal Polaris. Between then and now we share many cherished memories of fish that made it over the rail and water that has passed beneath the hull. A kind man of focused calm “Uncle Bob” is a pleasure for all to fish with and a masterful fisherman in every regard. Bob made it happen with this eighty one pound beauty taken late in the day.
First time angler Anna Dickinson exhibited girl power in my favorite way showing up the old pro's with this 58.9 pound bluefin taken during one of those maddening rounds when the fish were going beserk but hardly biting. This hooked jawed dandy dropped his guard and Anna wasted no time in capatilzing on the opportunity.
Ryan checking inn for the Triton fishing at Catalina Island today. They had a group that wanted to taget the calico bass and it paid off with near limits of nice checkerboards. Ryan is live below to tell you all about it.
We still have plenty of spots open for limited load open party trip Thursday and Friday.
Book online at longbeachsportfishing.com or call the helpful landing staff at (562) 432-8993 and tell them you want on the Triton fishing with light loads.
Incedible fishing today aboard the New Lo-An out of Point Loma Sportfishing. John is live as they just put the last fish on the boat about 10 min. ago and they are about to have dinner. 240 nice yellowfin tuna in the fish hold "on ice" as they say, John is live to tell you all about his day.
The fish are close to home and they have a 3/4 day trip leaving Wednesday morning and they will get you on the fish. Call 619-221-8500 for reservations.
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New 976-TUNA Trip Added Triton Leaves Thursday September 4
WOW! More great fishing going on at Seaforth Landing and Mark is here live to tell you about it. The outer limits came in from an overnight trip with 240 yellowfin. The Apolo had 150 yellowfin for the 15 anglers. The 3.4 day san Diego picked up 145 yellwofin, 1 skippy and 1 dorado and the 1/2 day Sea Watch with great fishing and 65 yellowfin.
All around great fishing out of Seaforth Landing. Listen in then call 619-224-3383 for reservations.