1. Bigdawg1018

    Bigdawg1018 Newbie

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    Name:
    Phupei
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    Recommendation:

    Planning a charter with about 20 guys this summer in San Diego what landing, boat etc???

    Would like to target
    Yellowtail, Dorado, Tuna, whatever else.

    Thank you in advance for the advise.
     
  2. fly liner

    fly liner Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    hemet ca USA
    Name:
    Josh
    Boat:
    18.5 wahoo/15' prowler
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    Dominator they operate out of point loma now

    Definatly dominator I dont care if you want to rock fish bass fish tuna fish go dominate them on the DOMINATOR. :urno1: I my opinion.

    How long of a trip did you have in mind I think they can run up to 3 days if not 2.5 for shure.
     
  3. Fishbones

    Fishbones Your wife thinks about ME

    Location:
    Chula Vista
    Name:
    Rich
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    One Off 28' Custom Built Skipjack (SOUTHWESTERN) & 18' Sylvan (Short Runs)
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    Producer out of H&M landing
     
  4. Johnny J

    Johnny J Formally INOXicated

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    John
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    not mine
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    A few variables to consider. Comfort, cost, time of trip during summer (early or late), Time of trip during week (week day or weekend).
     
  5. richardbarclay

    richardbarclay Richard Barclay

    Location:
    Crest (San Diego), California
    Name:
    richard barclay
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    19" Seasquirt
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    We like to charter the Cortez. Seaforth Landing, Mission Bay. Captain Jim Hughes. Get it done crew. GREAT galley. 20 passengers is perfect for this boat, and if there are fish around when you charter the Cortez, you can catch some fish sometimes. Give Rambo a try!
     
  6. echo1er

    echo1er Newbie

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    rhey
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    hobie 11
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    been following the fishing report on the Cortez. They know where to go.
    Thats perfect.
     
  7. Bigdawg1018

    Bigdawg1018 Newbie

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    Phupei
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    overnighter or 1.5

    roughly 20 guys

    best time?
     
  8. rdrrm8e

    rdrrm8e Fucking Stan

    Location:
    Anaheim
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    chuck
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    Pacific Voyager out of Seaforth. Easy parking and GREAT boat and crew!

    We have chartered that boat well over 50 times in the past several years.
     
  9. amnajar

    amnajar Raider

    Location:
    Los Angeles
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    Mike
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    Which ever one will have me...
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    The Apollo out of Fisherman's Landing, they happend to have some space on their calendar in september. Its a great operation and JJ is one of the best captains in the fleet. Dont get my wrong, there are plenty of choices out there of great boats with great captains, but I fish on the Apollo 2 times a year and can personally vouche for them

    http://www.apollocharters.com/calendar.php
     
  10. bluefinbob

    bluefinbob Newbie

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    The Apollo we have been fishing with JJ for 10 years, great boat and crew. Also take a look at the Eclipes nice boat and good crew.
     
  11. Captain Curt

    Captain Curt Cooter

    Location:
    Mission Viejo
    Name:
    Curtis
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    24ft Skipjack FB "Hanna"
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    X2...............second to none.

    Curtis.............

    The boat Hanna............
     
  12. mercerm

    mercerm Member

    Location:
    Newport Beach
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    Mike
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    Ditto that. Be sure to fish with the wind at your back and a coffee cup on the rail. He loves that...
     
  13. garrironman

    garrironman Newbie

    Location:
    sherman oaks calif. u.s.a.
    Name:
    rick garratt
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    try the pacificstar
     
  14. radman

    radman Member

    Location:
    escondido
    Name:
    Darrin
    Boat:
    Stringari
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    Surprised that no one mentioned the Daiwa Pacific...Ken runs a great operation.
     

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