Never done LR looking at 2 option

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range Fishing' started by telcofish, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. telcofish

    telcofish Newbie

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    RP- 8 day in june
    RR in June
     
  2. Mahi Geer

    Mahi Geer Newbie

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  3. SeaBasstard

    SeaBasstard Newbie

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    RED ROOSTER III
     
  4. Fishybuzz

    Fishybuzz fishybuzz

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    Easy choice Red Rooster....
     
  5. divegod1

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    I just signed up for the June RP8, so if that doesn't scare you away...plus its a Shimano trip and I use Accurates <g>
     
  6. harddrive

    harddrive Well-Known "Member"

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    Which has less Passengers?
     
  7. Outhouse

    Outhouse Well-Known "Member"

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    If you have never done a LR trip, follow the advice I was given before my first one 3 years ago, pick a date that works for you and then find the boat. I think most boats offer good crews and quality fishing. Everyone has their favorite, sort of a Chevy vs. Ford thing. Call each boat and talk to the office staff and they will help you pick a trip that meets your goals.
     
  8. ironjoe

    ironjoe professional bad ass

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    cant go wrong with either but i would personally fish the rooster!
     
  9. MikeyLikesIt

    MikeyLikesIt Eyes open, mouth closed. Got it?

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    damn, another NooB on our trip..... :shake:



    :D
     
  10. divegod1

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    And I'm gonna bring a SPINNER!!!!
     
  11. bucaroff

    bucaroff Hook'em Dano

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    I'd pick the RR3 only because I have fished that boat and i loved it. But, you better hurry and book your trip as they are selling out quickly. My 8 day RR3 trip in July sold out a month ago.
     
  12. tclongbeach

    tclongbeach Newbie

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    RR, but i think the june heat is full....
     
  13. Lone Shark

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  14. divegod1

    divegod1 AKA "unidentified angler"

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    Good,so far with all these RR3 that means there will be more square footage on the RP. Who says we learned nothing from the enviros? misdirection thats the key!
     
  15. Fishybuzz

    Fishybuzz fishybuzz

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    Mike if he goes with his usual 36 the RR will seem like a desert island.....lol
     
  16. divegod1

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    You forget Dave, I have fished the BG90 with 35+ I can't afford those 20 people trips on the Intrepid.
     
  17. boomboom213

    boomboom213 Newbie

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    Whats it like fishing 35+ on the big game 90 on 5 day trip?

    Im considering that boat based on price.

    Im assuming it can be a big clusterF with lines everywhere.
     
  18. Fishybuzz

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    It can be Brutal....not my first second or third choice of boats for a number of reasons..JMO
     
  19. Fishybuzz

    Fishybuzz fishybuzz

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    Touche' LOL
     
  20. divegod1

    divegod1 AKA "unidentified angler"

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    You get what you pay for, but you will catch fish if there are any to be found... and you will have fun, but it ain't the Hyatt.
    Get on the Western Outdoor News trip in Sept, 6.5 days 25 passengers 1200 bucks. best bang for buck on that boat.


     

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