San Diego Category: Recreation
Whether you’re an avid fisherman or new to the sport, the folks at Point Loma Sportfishing offer you a chance to get out on the sea for an unforgettable experience! When you’re visiting San Diego, what to do for fun and enjoyment is just a short drive away to Point Loma where you can have a sportfishing adventure!
You can schedule an open party fishing trip, charter a boat to one of the area islands, or take an extended long-range fishing trip for world-record class Yellowfin Tuna and Wahoo. When you take an Open Party Fishing trip, you’re treated to a professional crew who knows how to take you to the best fishing spots.
Point Loma Sportfishing is also home to some of the best Charter Boat fleets in the area. You can book a trip to the Coronado Islands, or offshore to fish for Tuna, Albacore, Dorado and more. The captains and crew are dedicated to ensuring that every trip is unforgettable!
You can also experience some of the most exciting big-game sportfishing adventures around when you take a trip out more than 1,000 miles south into the ocean. Through the winter months and into spring, you can fish south of the Revillagigedo Islands and Clipperton. Just ask any angler; when you want to catch the big boys like 400-pound Yellowfin tuna, this is where the action is!
During the fall and early summer, you can take trips to fish for Tuna, Wahoo, Yellowtail, Dorado, Grouper and Marlin as you fish the Alijos Rocks, and along “The Ridge” from Pt. Eugenia south to Thetis Bank. The accommodations on the long-range fishing trips are also worth it! With spacious staterooms and gourmet meals offered on board, you’ll want to come back year after year!
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By: Dawn-Renee Rice
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