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2014 – San Diego – 1.5 Day – Offshore Tuna Trip

SAN DIEGO Fishing Trip – 2014


Date: 08/22/2014
Departure: 08/21/2014 @ 8-9pm
Number of People: 18
Spots Reserved: 16
Spots Available: 2
Type: Outerbanks Tuna Freelance ( 1-day )

Price: $250 per person – due in full by 7/30
Includes: spot on boat, Breakfast and Lunch

Contact {mcsworld1@bestfishingplaces.com} to arrange payment via check or paypal.

Not included and are additional fees(have cash for these when you board the boat):
Fishing license/permits required($15), rod/reel rental ($16), galley fees(drinks/snacks etc), crew tips, Fillet of Fish services($2-5 per fish), excessive lost gear.

Brown bag, winner take all jackpot. – volunteer contribution.

BOAT: http://www.seaadventuresportfishing.com/seeker.php




M/V Seeker is a beautifully designed executive charter sport fishing boat with all the comforts of home. The mahogany rails show off the spacious walk-around fishing area along the stern all the way up to the bow. The Seeker’s courteous and experienced crew are there to provide their service to first timers as well as the experienced anglers whether it’s a trip off our San Diego coast for bass or offshore in Baja for tuna, dorado and more. They will share their knowledge and provide you quality service to make your trip a fun and exciting experience. There’s nothing better than a relaxing day on the water!

  • 62’ x 20’
  • Sleeps 24
  • Air-Conditioned Staterooms
  • Large full service galley
  • Two satellite direct TVs
  • Satellite Phone
  • Two heads and shower
  • Modern electronics
  • Full color Sonar
  • 8 Ton refrigerated fish holds
  • Large 125 scoop bait capacity
  • Powered by twin John Deere 8.1s
  • Experienced & courteous crew
  • USCG inspected vessel



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Overnight 1 Day Info

  • Tuna Freelance –  Available mid-June through October –  Up to 90 mile trip
  • Coronado Islands –  Year-round –  Can hope to find yellowtail, barracuda, bonito, halibut, and assorted rockfish.
  • Depart the night prior, usually between 9 and 10pm
  • Sleeping accommodations are provided (bunk)with pillow and blanket
  • Full galley service is available aboard the boat where hot and cold, beverages and food may be purchased for reasonable prices.
  • Additional costs are: rod rental, CA or Mexican fishing license is required for any passenger 16 or over, depending on where you fish which one you will need



Tackle Suggestions:

  • Overnight Trip –  25-40lb test 1.0, 2.0 hooks (you may want trolling gear as well) –  Fluorocarbon works well with bluefin tuna and albacore


Sea Adventure Sportfishing runs out of:

How To Find Us


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.