In the 1960s it was called Skippers Twenty Second Street Landing because 3 skippers own it. Frank Hall was one of them. Before that it was call Joe Martin’s Twenty Second Street Landing back in the 1950s.That's before the 80's, He owned 22nd street Landing in the in the 70's. Paulas and Neil were (owner/Operators) running the Sharpshooter in San Pedro and Redondo in the 80's.
I'm not to far behind you,,In the 1960s it was called Skippers Twenty Second Street Landing because 3 skippers own it. Frank Hall was one of them. Before that it was call Joe Martin’s Twenty Second Street Landing back in the 1950s.
Sucks to be old enough to remember this stuff!
Is Norm Kagawa still around? I was trying to see if I could look at his old picture book when the shogun was builtVince Otani - Deckhand Shogun
Si Fuki (sp) - Deckhand Shogun
Norm Kagawa - Captain Shogun
Brett McGee - Deckhand Pronto
Brian Walker - Captain Freedom
Nick Cates - Captain New Lo An
Charles Fields - Deckhand Q105
You grow up in Redondo? If so no doubt we crossed paths many times in the 70s.He has aged a lot in the past 6 years. I have pictures with my son fishing on the Indy and he was running it. You see the above pic and compare it with the one with my Son and Jeff and you probably wouldn't even knew it was Jeff. I've known Jeff since the days he Worked on the City of Redondo in the late 70's/ early 80's. He is one hell of a fisherman and a Great Guy.
Dawn is my neighbor!Gene Newell, salesman at Midway Bait & Tackle, San Diego
Roger C. Bullock, fishing dept. manager at United Sporting Goods, North Hollywood
Bob Bianco, owner, Bianco Custom Rods, San Diego
Dennis Bunker, owner, Bunker's Tackle in Burbank [his widow Dawn still owns Smoooth Drag, the company he bought for her]
Lance owned the boat, Mike was the captain in the early 90's. My dad Al was the manager of the fishing shop in Oshman's in La Mesa back then. I was in high school. Fun boat to fish!! I also remember Clancy on the Vagabond.Vagabond-----Lance Withie, before Mike came along.