Seaforth Sportfishing Update for Jul 25, 2014 at 7:34 PM
Friday update

Offshore fishing for Bluefin, Yellowfin, Yellowtail and a few Dorado continues to be good with tuna up to 45-50 pounds being boated. Anchovies and sardines have been the bait of choice so rod/reel combos of 20#-50# line are recommended as well as hook sizes from#2 to 3/0. Flourocarbon leaders or top shots are also a good idea as they provide higher abbrasion resistance and less visibility than mono.

Many trips are are now fishing U.S. waters so bring a California license if you already have one.

For fish counts, schedules and reservations check our other website pages or give us a call at 619-224-3383. Thank you for fishing with Seaforth Sportfishing.

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Departing on Monday, July 28th
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10:00 AM $44 49
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PM Half Day
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PM Half Day
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PM Whale Watch
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6:00 PM $42 46
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