What is Tomahak Sportfishing?
Tomahawk Sportfishing is a 1-3 day fishing experience out of San Diego, phenomenal for all level anglers. Tomahawk Sportfishing prides themselves on their customer service, gourmet chef prepared meals and clean vessel, focusing on making this fishing experience relaxed and comfortable. Their galley is equipped with a knowledgeable and educated crew, making sure to satisfy all appetites with creative meals and fresh ingredients. Ice cold beer is also promised, pairing perfectly with quality dining and memorable fishing. This 68 foot by 24 foot beam fishing boat accommodates up to 28 people in large, air conditioned bunks, making the 1-3 day journey much more comfortable. Besides the gourmet galley and over-sized bunks, this boat is furnished with a new 50″ flat-screen TV with DirecTv and surround sound audio for your listening and viewing pleasure.
Technology Behind the Tomahawk Sportfishing Vessel
The Tomahawk brings forth the latest in fish finding and catching ability- with a full suite of Furuno electronics including side scanning sonar and Satellite Sea Surface temperature charts. Additional to the abundance of amenities, one of the best qualities of The Tomahawk includes ample space on the outer fishing platform due to the extra wide beam. And after a successful day of fishing, the Tomahawk crew will keep your catch with sushi quality freshness in their massive refrigerated saltwater fish holds. This is a great fishing experience for anglers of all levels as the knowledgeable and hard-working crew is ready to help and answer any questions as they share information and techniques.
Check out our very own BD Outdoors crew story as they embarked on their 1-3/4 day trip with Tomahawk Sportfishing.
The BD Story While on the Tomahawk Sportfishing Vessel
Recently, Bloodydecks sponsored a 1-3/4 day trip aboard the Tomahawk out of Fisherman’s Landing. Our own Jake Zalesky and Rodney Marquez were on board to pass out the goodies and get a taste of local bluefin tuna action for themselves. We asked Jake his thoughts on his first overnight trip; “I guess I would say simply how addicting this type of fishing was. This was my first adventure on a multi-day trip for big bluefin and the fight was like nothing I’ve ever experienced. It was truly man vs. beast and that feeling of battling a 70-pound fish on the end of that line is a feeling I want to continue to pursue.”
They both were able to check the local bluefin box on this trip!
Rodney described the trip, “We had 1 drift on the bluefin tuna that lasted for 4-5 hours. We got tuna to bite on fly lined 30-60# floro, deep sinker rigs, 80 gram colt snipers, and 120 gram flat falls. Everyone was following instructions, crew members working, everyone respecting the game of charter fishing. It was a great feeling landing my first bluefin, however an even better feeling when capturing everyone’s stoke on the boat. I can’t wait to go again.”