In addition to long-range sportfishing trips (2 to 21 days) H&M Landing offers day trips: 1/2-day, 3/4-day and full-day.
1/2 Day Trip
The near-shore 1/2–day trip takes you to the coastline of Imperial Beach to the Pt. Loma kelp beds or Mexican waters. You'll be catching yellowtail, calico bass, sand bass, barracuda, bonito, mackerel and rock fish.
3/4 Day Trip
The 3/4-day trip takes you to offshore kelp beds where you'll catch yellowtail, white sea bass, barracuda, bonito, calico bass, sand bass, rock cod and bottom fish. Passports are currently required to fish at the Coronado Islands for all passengers.
Full Day Trip
The full-day trip takes you to the outer banks, 30–200 miles, where you'll catch yellowfin, albacore, blue fin and big-eye tuna; around the Coronado Islands where you'll catch yellowtail, white sea bass, barracuda and bottom fish; and off the Baja coast where you'll catch 50 species of rock cod and bottom fish.
Boats depart daily, all year around, on a regular schedule and you can simply buy a ticket and come aboard. Trip destinations and departure times will vary throughout the year, depending on the season. When you're ready to tackle some wonderful adventures, please give us a call.
We'll tell you what's biting and where, then we'll advise you on the best trip for the time you have available. Although it's not necessary, we recommend making an advance reservation to ensure your place at the rail.
For more information or to make your reservation:
Call 619.222.1144, email email@example.com, or visit our website below.
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