Prepare to be treated in style with the San Diego Fishing Company. Located conveniently at H&M Landing near San Diego Airport, you’ll head out to the open seas to hunt for huge fish, or stay local, fishing the wealth of species native to Southern California. The vessel is commercially insured, F&G-tagged, and has a San Diego Port Sticker. All captains are USCG-certified and have years of experience to share with each customer.
Revel in the luxury of this 50’ Chris Craft yacht, while the twin Cummins Diesel 675 HP engines thrust you to the open waters. She comes equipped with everything required to keep you safe and in contact with land, as well as plenty for your comfort and entertainment on board.
There are two toilets, a shower, as well as AC, and even a TV! The fridge will be stocked with soft drinks and snacks, while 3 meals a day will be prepared on trips of more than 8 hours.
Outriggers and tuna tubes are fitted to maximize your potential. You’ll be grateful for as much help as possible when you’re near 100 miles offshore battling Marlins and Tunas of up to 400 pounds!
You’ll use top-of-the-line Penn International and Seeker rods, as well as plenty of tackle on which to place the 4 scoops of bait you’ll find on board. The captain’s mates will set up and help as you fight these giants. On nearshore trips, you’ll go after Yellowtails, Calicos, Halibut, and more.
With shared and private charters for up to 6 people running all the way from Ensenada to Catalina Island, there’s a trip tailored for you. With a 250-quart Yeti icebox to keep the fish, you’ll be confident of bagging plenty to take home. Just bring your passport for trips to Mexico and get fishing! If you like being on the water, come with San Diego Fishing Company for an unforgettable time.
If you can’t see the date or trip you want, get in touch and something can be arranged. Please note that you’ll need to purchase your own fishing license, which costs $15.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About this listing
Chris Craft (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1995. Powered by 2 675HP Cummins Diesel (NEW) engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 21 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Charter Operator
Member since November 2018