This event is for males only. Male children under the age of 10 are not allowed not this trip due to the length. We will be departing out of Point Loma sharply at 6:00 AM. Please plan on arriving at 5:30 as there are some house keeping duties. Also be sure that you have your identification with you - student id's cannot be accepted due to US/Mexican laws. They are requiring a government issued ID for this trip (driver license, military id, passport, birth certificate,etc.) We could potentially be fishing in Mexico therefore a $25.00 fee if the boat is able to travel into Mexico and an $15.00 Mexican fishing license charge- these would be assessed the morning of arrival. BUT don't let the cost scare you off... August is prime season and because of the El Nino type conditions, the fishing is wide open and people are catching yellowtail, yellowfin tuna and dorado averaging 15 - 30 lbs at the time of this posting!
We will also have a time of devotion and hear a message from a leader of the church.
*Please be advised you will need to rent your tackle, ($17) and any required license or permits if we fish in Mexico. All licenses ($15) and permits (VISA $25) are available at the boat landing with a US Government identification. No school ID's are accepted. If we fish in US waters, only a California fishing license is required. ($15 for a 1 day license).
**other services available while on board include: a well stocked galley where hot food, snacks and cold non-alcoholic beverages are available. They have a friendly well seasoned deck crew and of course Captain Fred is the best for putting us on top of the fish. There is a fish filleting service available , it's worth the small fee for having your catch cleaned and bagged up for you to take it home. Unfortunately, no coolers are allowed on the boat.
Finally, this is a great time to spend with your son! grandson, your christian brothers and friends. Come out and join us for a great day of fellowship and fishing! Spaces are limited to 30 people!
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