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Searcher Sportfishing, San Diego, California Saltwater Fishing

ss-badge-sonarDreaming about catching albacore, bluefin, yellowfin tuna, yellowtail, dorado, wahoo and other saltwater fish? Come to San Diego, the gateway to some of the best deep sea fishing in the world in Baja California, Mexico. At Searcher Sportfishing, we offer 1.5 day to 7 day long range sportfishing excursions to Mexican waters, including the islands of San Benito, Cedros, Alijos Rocks and other prime Baja California fishing destinations — sportfishing expeditions to fit every schedule and budget!

Captain Art Taylor has owned the 95-foot boat Searcher for over 30 years. He and his crew will take you to Baja California’s fishing grounds and make your trip the best sportfishing experience possible. Novices and experts welcome.

Catch some adventure and plan your sportfishing trip today!

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Trip 1 (3 day) Jun 23-26, 2016 is off and running!

2016’s first trip is on its way to the fishing grounds today! Wishing them luck with yellowtail, yellowfin, and bluefin tuna on the horizon!

Stay tuned for trip reports from the field!

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Trip 1 (3 day) June 24 report

Hello anglers: We started in the area where the bluefin tuna has been seen the past few days. Only the fish didn’t show up there today! We headed south looking for kelp paddies and yellowtail. We saw several kelps and a few had fish on them. Most of the yellowtail were on the small side, but keepers, and a few were better grade fish. Capt Ryan is pictured with Ross Langley from Oceanside and his good-size yellowtail.
Hoping for better results tomorrow, Team Searcher

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