The Port of San Diego has notified us that the Shelter Launch Ramp will be shut down next week on Wednesday, August 23; Thursday, August 24; and Friday, August 25.
Also, the article in the Log newspaper was incorrect The projected completion date is still March 31, 2018. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for the update.
No work being done on the Shelter Island Launch Ramp once again. What are they waiting for? Don't they realize what an inconvience this is to the recreational angler. ... See MoreSee Less
Who knows. They say they are working on the vertical walls offsite.
Holding out for Spanos to sell Chargers so they can come back and build stadium on the launch
Government at work. If it was important to them it would be done by now.
Brought to san diego by the folks who are going to build trumps wall! Should have denied their bid and sent them away.
They don't care about the taxpayers. That's why they continue to lose revenue.
That's it...piss & moan but don't do anything that would help the situation. Safe place to be.
What's the hold up!?..
Grunion Run Tonight!
For those not familiar, grunion is a species of fish that leaves the water at night to spawn on beaches during the spring and summer months throughout Southern California. For four consecutive nights beginning on the nights of the full and new moons, spawning occurs after high tides and continues for several hours. Peak spawning is from late March to early June. During the open season (March, June, July, August, and September), a California fishing license is required for those 16 years and older. Grunion may be taken by hand only – no holes may be dug in the beach to entrap them.
Here are the best times to see them:
Wednesday, August 9, 2017, 10:45 p.m. to 12:45 a.m.
Thursday, August 10, 2017, 11:25 p.m. to 1:25 a.m.
Monday, August 21, 2017, 9:35 p.m. to 11:35 p.m.
Tuesday, August 22, 2017, 10:20 p.m. to 12:20 a.m.
Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. ... See MoreSee Less
I WISH I COULD WALK! I WOULD GO!
Jodi Frank Joshua would love this Sean Davidson
Don't forget this Saturday, August 12th is the IGFA Young Anglers Fishing Tournament at Shelter Island Pier. Tournament starts at 7:30am. Prizes and lunch at 12:30pm. ... See MoreSee Less
I'll be there. I could not reply to Louis email it said that address was no good
U.S. Government Will Not List Pacific Bluefin Tuna as an Endangered Species.
PRESS RELEASE FROM ASA
Alexandria, VA – August 7, 2017 – The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) approves the decision made today by NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries) to turn down a proposal to list Pacific Bluefin Tuna under the Endangered Species Act.
“NOAA's science-based decision affirms ASA’s position that international efforts are needed to conserve and build Pacific Bluefin Tuna stocks, however, it’s important to understand that these popular sportfish are in no way endangered” said Scott Gudes, ASA’s Government Affairs vice president.
NOAA conducted a comprehensive year-long review after a coalition of environmental-based organizations proposed that Bluefin fishing be banned in U.S. waters. ASA, supported by the California Coastal Conservation Association, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation and Coastside Fishing Club and other organizations, submitted comprehensive comments in December 2016 noting that these tuna stocks are recovering and all but five percent of the fishery occurs outside U.S. waters in Asia and Mexico.
In its review, NOAA found that most recent stock assessments for Pacific Bluefin Tuna projected population increases and that the species is “on a positive trajectory.” NOAA noted that the greatest threat is overfishing by non-domestic commercial fleets.
Gudes continued, “Bluefin Tuna fishing is an important sport fishery in Southern California that has an economic impact in that area. We made this clear in our comments to the petition. August is the high season for recreational fishing for these pelagic fish. NOAA Fisheries’ decision is welcome news to anglers and the businesses that depend on recreational fishing, from San Diego up the coast to the Los Angeles area.” ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for a few anglers that want to go fishing at Cedros Island. We would be going through Cedros Sportfishing as they are the best outfit down in Cedros and Rosie Flowers is the best.
Looking at their website they have openings:
9/29/17 - 10/02/17 $1850 per angler
10/0217/ to 10/06/17 $2050 per angler
10/06/17 to 10/11/17 $2250 per angler
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the trip. ... See MoreSee Less
We already have five anglers for our Cedros Sportfishing trip. Only need a few more to make this trip happen. Don't wait too long before we sell out.
Just an update on the Shelter Island Launch Ramp. As of today they are still working on the excavator that has been down for 6 weeks now. Progress on the ramp is going much slower than expected. As far as we know, the launch ramp is not scheduled to reopen until late March or early April 2018.
Right now the launch ramp only has one lane open for launching your boat, with wait times ranging anywhere from 30 minutes to 1.5 hours during the weekend. So you might want to use one of the other launch ramps.
Other launch ramps: J Street (Chula Vista), Pepper Park (National City). These ramps don't open until 6am and close at sunset, so you might want to launch from Mission Bay.
The Mission Bay launch ramps are South Shores located near Sea World or Dana Landing. ... See MoreSee Less
Probably have to delay Open Bay Bass until end of March, behind of April. We will have to wait and see if they can finish ahead of schedule.
Nancy De Vore Murry the damn excavator is broke. Lol. That's why they haven't started doing anything over there........ but really though? Can't go rent a different one 🤔
and the bait in mission bay was terrible yesterday-half rolled over in first hour!
The problem with taking the lowest bid and not the best bid.
Broken down excavator? WTH. Lame !!
How will this affect next year's Bay Bass Tournament?
San Diego Anglers added 2 new photos.
4 weeks ago
What else can you say about Dennis and Ed. Just another Saturday, just a few more monster Bluefin in the boat. ... See MoreSee Less
San Diego Anglers added 55 new photos to the album: San Diego Anglers Club BBQ.
4 weeks ago
Annual club BBQ featuring the great cooking by BBQ Mike and our annual volleyball game. We sure are going to be sore the next day. ... See MoreSee Less
Great day today on a 3/4-day charter aboard the Liberty, out of Fisherman's Landing. Captain Taro took 30 of our San Diego Anglers (and friends) to the Coronado Islands. There, we caught over 100 Yellowtail and lots of Calico Bass. Couldn't have asked for a nicer day.! ... See MoreSee Less
My my, wish I'd been there, what a day on the BIG BLUE!
Looks like good fishing and good friends