What boat would you guys recommend?

Discussion in 'Southern CA Sport Boat Trip Planning' started by InDeepShip, Nov 16, 2018.

  1. Arima-bob

    Arima-bob pescadore n jäger

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    I say book a trip on the San Diego. They'll probably target yellowtail, but they aren't far from where the tuna are biting. Booger will go the extra mile to put fish on the boat.

    Poor college student? Seaforth has FREE parking!

    A Tuesday in November... it'll be a light load
     
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  2. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    Im leaving from the GFs mothers house it might be a quiet car ride down. She said to come back with something with a yellowtail and she will be happy.

    The addiction has been in be since I was in diapers trying to catch fish out of my pool.
     
  3. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    If you do let me know :jig:
     
  4. Paul Ward

    Paul Ward Well-Known "Member"

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    Bring a passport
     
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  5. bentcalstar

    bentcalstar Member

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    Most likely will have a light load during the midweek.
     
  6. streetnfish

    streetnfish Well-Known "Member"

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    Yea passport needed for the Coronados islands
     
  7. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    Yea it's already packed
     
  8. Killin n grillin

    Killin n grillin x-h20 certified

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    Talk to the deckhands ,let them know your skillset and ask them for pointers on whats getting bit ,best time is not long after they take off .They usually are cool and willing to help ,but could be busy depending on the load. Be humble and most important follow your lines (no radical line angles,out front of you is ideal) .Combat would take place in the stern, jig slinging on the bow .Get on the San Diego and pay attention to the people on fish and how they got them .Its fun no matter what,keep a good attitude the crowd is great but you never know one or two dicks can upset the vibe just keep your attitude solid and you will have a killer time !
     
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  9. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    Yea I'm always positive. I usually ask them what's working and what they would recommend for leaders and if bait or yoyos have been more productive and then get my burrito
     
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  10. Arima-bob

    Arima-bob pescadore n jäger

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    The nice part about full loads is half the people will be in the galley with the bubble guts.
     
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  11. RideHPD

    RideHPD Enthusiastic Idiot Rookie

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    Bostian has been trying to get enough people to get off the docks each day, it's more likely that not enough people will be a problem instead of too many. If you want to go, make a reservation on the website or call, they cancel without enough. They've had good yellowtail fishing the last several days on the 12-18lb grade, that's super fun fishing.

    If Doug's in the galley call him a jacksmelt for me.
     
  12. the_tunaman

    the_tunaman Well-Known "Member"

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    Tribute, Seaforth Landing. Not likely to be heading south... the fish have been north of the border out west.

    Great boat, great skipper, great crew, and should have great fishing. Tribute is one of three or four boats in my rotation, and the only one of them that is currently running overnighters.
     
  13. mike mitchell

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    Since you are coming that far have at least one back up boat. Having a back up is easy out of San Diego bay, not so much out of Seaforth. Good luck!
     
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  14. Tomahawk Sportfishing

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    The San Diego out of Seaforth. They went with only 29 today and everyone limited on yellowtail 12-20#. Fishing Coronado islands so need a passport. Can’t go wrong with that operation.
     
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  15. bassman88

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    Go to SD. Last time I check the 3 boats below are running Tuesday (if there’s enough rsvp)

    Grande - HM (they have bunks :-))
    San Diego - Seaforth
    Missing belle - Point Loma
     
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  16. Spanky79

    Spanky79 Happiest on the water

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    it as about a 2.5 hour drive to the landing, worse in traffic
     
  17. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    Wish I could go out with you guys. I've heard nothing but great things about your boat
     
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  18. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    Those were the 3 boats on my list what would you put as your first and second pick
     
  19. jer dog

    jer dog Fishing is life

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    Mission Belle is A Good Boat Too.
     
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  20. InDeepShip

    InDeepShip Ah ship

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    Just booked the trip now we just need 3 more people and the boat is good to go!
     
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