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2012 – San Diego – Open Party Trip

2012 4rd Annual Deep Sea Fishing Trip


 Private Charter CANCELLED as of 5/1/12. Trip is now Open Party.

For those still interested in going fishing in San Diego, CA. On friday 8/10 – 8/11.
The boat I chartered is now an open party boat once I cancelled the private charter. I have booked a spot and hopefully others will go as well.

You can reserve online at H and M Landing.
Here is the link.  https://www.hmlandingbooking.com/e107_plugins/booking/charter-view.php?9702

Host Charter Company: Sea Adventure Sports Fishing

Boat: Sea Adventure II

Place: H & M Landing – 2803 Emerson St. San Diego, CA. 92106

Date: Leave on Friday night August 10th, 2012 @ 8-9pm and Return: August 11th, 2011 @ 7-9pm

Please arrive at 7pm on Friday 8/10/2012 to check in with Organizer.

Type of Trip: Outerbanks Tuna Trip(Overnight/Full Day) targeting Yellowfin, Albacore and Big Eye Tuna

Total Price: $250 per person
included in price:

  • Rod and Reel rental
  • Fishing License for the trip.
  • 2 meals – usually breakfast and lunch (does not include beverages)

 

2803 Emerson Street San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 222-1144

 

Extras not included: ( bring cash for these ) I suggest having $100  cash

  • Gas surcharge if required by charter (figure $10-$20 per person)
  • beverages, snacks and food from the galley.
  • fish cleaning/fillet/shipping  (cleaning and fillet done on the boat for $5 a fish)
  • crew tips($10 per person or whatever you feel is appropriate)

 

Payment types include: CC or paypal ($5.00 fee for transaction)
Check or Money Order can be made with prior arrangement.
use the contact form to request alternate payment type and address.

What can’t I bring: Coolers, Alcohol, Drugs, no medical marijuana

What should I bring: Clothes for warm and cool weather, Suntan lotion, hat, Good attitude is a must ! You are welcome to bring your own fishing pole and gear at you own risk.

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Hotel reservations () : TBD

Fish Shipping Services: If you require your fish shipped we have contacted a company 10 miles from the boats that will flash freeze, vacuum seal and ship.
They’ll even smoke the Tuna before they ship if preferred.
Sportmen’s Seafood will be handling our packaging and shipping for anybody needing to ship their catch home.

Directions

Going South on Interstate 5 from Los Angeles

Exit at Rosecrans also listed as Highway 209. Take Rosecrans 2.5 miles in the only direction you can go once you exit the freeway follow to Emerson Street (small street sign) and turn left (at the US Bank building and Jack in the box). Continue on Emerson past Scott Street. We are located at the end of the street before you get to the water. H&M Landing is at 2803 Emerson Street.

From Phoenix/El Cajon/La Mesa/Mission Valley

Take Interstate 8 west, Exit at Rosecrans where Interstate 5 meets Interstate 8, Follow Rosecrans 2.5 miles … (see above)

From Chula Vista or South of Downtown Take Highway 5 North

Exit at Hawthorn. Take Hawthorn down to the Bay, turn right onto Harbor Drive. Go pass the Airport, over a small bridge. Turn left on Scott Street. At Emerson Street turn left and enter the parking lot.

Parking $7.00 per 24 hours

Early arrival is recommended. Park in the “Paid Daily Parking” lot adjacent to the landing. If the lot is full paid parking is available at several hotels near the landing, or at an overflow lot on North Harbor Drive between the Holiday Inn and the Best Western Posada Inn.

There is a convenience fee on all credit/debit transactions

 

Here’s more information on the type of fishing trip.


24 Hour Full Day Trip to the Outerbanks

Summer and fall are the seasons for these one day 21 to 23 hour overnight trips. Targeting the migrating schools of albacore, yellowfin tuna, bluefin tuna, big eye tuna and dorado the season can begin as early as June and run as long as November. These are the “headline” game fish that make San Diego’s summer.

The one day trips depart between 10 and 11 PM and return between 7 to 10 PM the following night, depending on the location and distance of the prior day’s fishing. The fishing grounds can be anywhere from 30 to 100 miles offshore and can change on a daily basis. A wide open tuna bite at the outer banks provides for some very exciting fishing!

H & M Landing has a daily fish count website so you can track the current fishing as we get closer to the big day.


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