Discussion in 'Southern CA Sport Boat Trip Planning' started by Steve K, Jun 27, 2019.
Tady 9, Brass, Blue/Chrome/Glow
Anyway, the day and a half is marked as a definite run. Going to be a very light load. So far only five are booked. Plenty of room, hop on?
So, now it’s WTF. Seaforth showing 29 openings on the Pacifica, but still “Definite Run” Something is fucked up. No worries, nobody ever died over a day and a half trip. Fall back is Apollo, or Aztec, both departing Saturday instead of Sunday. That would give me a day off between the two trips, shower up, take a nap, recharge the batteries. Quality problem, three very nice boats.
Hoping to fish with my friend Andrew, we’ll see what happens.
I’m reserved on the Aztec Monday night for their 2 day. Hope the weather stays nice and the fish are on the chew. Anyways, it’s a vacation so I’ll be stoked to be Fishin!
I’ll keep an eye out for your report, Shon. Got the phone call that I expected this morning. Seaforth informing me that the day and a half on Pacifica is cancelled. I will miss fishing a trip on Pacifica with my friend Andrew, but I booked a spot on the Aztec departing Saturday night the 10th. Have heard great things about the whole operation and look forward to fishing again with Justin Ryan. Had an opportunity to fish with him about two and a half years ago on the Apollo out of PV.
Aztec currently showing 21 open spots, so could be a nice light load. I’m OK with that. Here we go!
I ended up canceling. Picked up some more guide trips up here and the fishing and weather didn’t add up enough for me to make the haul. I am really hoping to get out and fish soon but if not I’ll be in la Paz in September.
Steve I have fished the AZTEC many times.
It is the best overnight short range boat out there IMO. Captain Greg is "very informative" to say the least You will always know what is going on and what the plan is. And he will give a 2 hr tackle demonstration for an overnight trip that puts LR tackle seminars to shame.
Good luck dude!
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