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coronado islands, mexico


Specifically fishing the Coronado Islands in Mexico, you will need a passport for each and every person to book this trip. No exceptions. The Coronado islands offer an awesome variety of fish to catch ranging from Bluefin to Dorado. Generally speaking, fishing Mexican waters means more bites and more fish. The scenery is also incredible. There is also great bass fishing on the island as well! The islands offer a Tuna bite well after San Diego has stopped for the season. Includes light lunch and coffee, soda, water, snacks.

The Coronado Islands is a great trip for a 10 or 12 hour excursion on one of our 14 fishing vessels for hire. It is in Mexican waters, so every person will need a passport to go. Only 15 miles from the bait barge means its close, but it is also a world away. The fishing in Mexican waters is under much less pressure, and the island provides the perfect habitat for many species. Once you pull up, you can be sure there is action headed your way.

You will need to purchase a one-day Mexican fishing license and a bio-bracelet for $30 from our landing before departure. The only thing NOT included is a fishing license and any alcoholic beverages you wish to bring with you. (Coolers are OK!) To make a reservation to join one of our open party charters, please call or text us at 619-508-7823.

AVAILABLE BOATS FOR coronado islands

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Six Pack - Multi Day

48' Hatteras

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50' Symbol

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29' Grady White

4 Pack Local and Offshore

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coronado Target Species

Not technically a tuna, but in the same weight class, it is known for the best tasting sashimi on earth.

The colorful skin of this fish is iridescent!
It is also known for its high flying antics.

Growing quite large, a 40 lb. White Sea Bass will kick your... well... you know.