the apollo

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by okie man, Dec 10, 2006.

  1. okie man

    okie man Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    new palestine indiana
    Name:
    kerry way
    Boat:
    18' javalin
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    has anyone fished the apollo out of fishermans landing .acouple things look kind of interesting, 5 day trip 10 people over 100 fish. sounds like lots of room at the rail and good fishing.do i see a bloody decks charter in the future?
     
  2. Stanley

    Stanley Pro Boat Scrubber

    Location:
    Agua Hedionda
    Name:
    Spooker
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    24' Skipjack FB, 19.5' Glastron SE and a ScupperPro TW
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    JJ will put you on fish.

    The boat is nice.
     
  3. Marcus

    Marcus "Oddjob"

    Location:
    Carlsbad
    Name:
    Marcus
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    Tuna Jihad toilet cleaner/Intrepid
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    I fished the Apollo on a 2.5 day charter. Great boat, good crew.
     
  4. caserock

    caserock Student of life ....

    Location:
    Costa Mesa
    Name:
    Mike
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    La Otra
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    nice boat...kept up....no air conditioning. Not a problem for a day or two. 5 day trip with no A/C in summer? It's your call.

    JJ very knowledgeable and friendly.
     
  5. deep Water Sailor

    deep Water Sailor Newbie

    Location:
    Santa Barbara, Ca
    Name:
    John Wightman
    Boat:
    T2
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    I have fished the Apollo with JJ on 5 and 6 day trips in the Fall with 10 /12 fishermen. It was one of the best fishing experiences in my 71 years.
    One afternoon fishing Guadalupe I was all by myself on the stern fishing alone with JJ for YFT. JJ looked at me and said ("It doesen,t get any better than this) The boat has about 6 staterooms and open bunks for 32 passengers. No closet/shelves for my clothes or a wash basin in the stateroom but I slept alone in the forward stateroom with four bunks so I had plenty of room to stow my gear. The cook would feed me any time I was hungry and while fishing he would hand me food through the porthole so I did not miss the bite. I love this boat and I hope the APOLLO remains my secret. Good luck to you if you do find her.
     
  6. J Graham

    J Graham Sr Chief

    Location:
    NFIO, CA
    Name:
    INFO
    Boat:
    SAGA II
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    Cant go wrong with the Apollo. JJ can find the fish and he is fun to fish with.
     
  7. wakeupnride

    wakeupnride Newbie

    Location:
    San Diego
    Name:
    Ethan
    Boat:
    soon i hope!
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    For boats 65 feet and smaller its the best, hands down.
     
  8. trunk777

    trunk777 Member

    Location:
    yorba linda
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    mike
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    yours
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    fished a 6 day in october got a 110#& a wahoo trip of my life cant go wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. mrsea

    mrsea Newbie

    Location:
    San Diego
    Name:
    JohnC.
    Boat:
    34' Radovich,Mister C
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    Agree 100%


    -JohnC.
     

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