Multi-Day TUNA TRIPS 

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OFFSHORE MULTIDAY

ONE, TWO, AND THREE DAY SIX-PACK 

Long Range Fishing Trips - San Diego


Multiday offshore sportfishing is the top trip we offer. These trips give you the time and range to explore MULTIPLE destinations. You can also go to the furthest spots out like the Tanner Bank and Cortez Bank, up to 100 miles offshore. You will enjoy unpressured fish schools that are eager to bite, and fish spots that are uncrowded and have prolific pelagic fishing.  All travel is done in the dark while you sleep, both out and back in. When you wake up in the morning you will be sitting on top of the BLUEFIN, YELLOWFIN, and DORADO.

Coffee, Water, Soda, and Snacks all being included. This trip includes morning donuts and coffee and lunch and dinner! All hand made and fresh, Carne Asada, Chicken, or Fish, or by request.

All of our private charter have your private group being taken care of by a Captain, and two crew. Price includes Fuel, Bait, Boat, Tackle, and Rod & Reel rentals. 

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 619-508-7823.

what species will we be targeting on a multi day trip?

Arguably the best fighting fish for its weight, and they can get up to 300 pounds each!

Although smaller than the Bluefin, this ferocious fish puts up a fight you will not soon forget.

This is the big one. If you hook up on this you will be in the fight of your life. These fish way hundreds of pounds!

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.

This beautiful fish is an exotic species that you have to target at deep depths.

You will be sitting on top of the BLUEFIN, YELLOWFIN, and DORADO. On Multiday trips we will always be specifically targeting bluefin and yellowfin tuna. All equipment on the boat will be geared toward 200lb+ max fish size, and you very well may find it on this trip. The boat will also be equipped with species specific bait, the frozen flying fish. In addition to these prized catches, multi-day charters in the Gulf of Mexico offer an exciting opportunity to reel in a variety of other species such as deep-water Groupers, tasty Tilefish, and even abyssal monsters like Swordfish. Furthermore, anglers can expect encounters with the Gulf's top pelagic predators, including Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Sailfish, and even Marlin. With such a diverse selection of fish available, these multi-day fishing trips promise an unforgettable experience for fishing enthusiasts seeking a thrilling adventure on the open waters.

multi-day sport fishing spots

Some of our favorite spots to troll and kite fish for Giant Tuna include the Nine Mile Bank, 181, The Corner, Butterfly Banks, Hidden Banks, San Clemente Island, Farnsworth Bank, Catalina Island, Todos Santos Island, and Offshore Mexico.

multi day Target Species

On Multiday trips we will always be specifically targeting bluefin and yellowfin tuna. All equipment on the boat will be geared toward 200lb+ max fish size, and you very well may find it on this trip. The boat will also be equipped with species specific bait, the frozen flying fish. The cotton candy that tuna can not resist. When hoisted high on the kite, the bluefin only see their favorite food jumping in the water. No boat, no line, and no reason not to eat it, that is why its so effective. That is what make these multi day tuna trip so special. You definitely dont find this type of fishing on an overstuffed party boat.

HOW TO GET MORE INFO

To obtain detailed information on multi-day fishing trips that focus on catching specific species such as Blufin and Yellowfin Tuna, Dorado, Yellowtail, or even Marlin, it is recommended to reach out to the Customer Support team at 619.508.7823. They can offer recommendations for particular locations or charters with experienced captains who specialize in these types of trips. Additionally, if you have inquiries regarding specific species, seasons, or any other relevant details, feel free to ask for assistance, as the team is dedicated to providing helpful information to enhance your fishing experience.

tips for planning a multi day charter

Planning a multi-day fishing trip for your group can be difficult, but once you have a final head count and date range in mind, its time to plan it

Firstly, consider where you would like to go for the fishing trip. Depending on your location and preferences, you can choose from various destinations along the Gulf Coast that offer different types of fishing experiences. Destinations like Orange Beach, AL, Destin, FL, Venice, LA, and Fort Myers, FL all offer unique angling opportunities. 

Secondly, think about the time of year for your trip. July can be a great time to target certain species such as Yellowfin Tuna , Dorado, and Yellowtail. Researching the best times to fish for specific species in your chosen destination can enhance your chances of a successful fishing experience. 

Lastly, think about the duration of the trip and the overall experience you want to create. Multi-day trips can vary in intensity, from a quick and easy 1.5 day overnighter, to the more committed 5 day or even 9 day charters, heading far south into Mexican waters. If you are a begginer, try a shorter trip first such as the 1.5 day option.

can i join other people on an open party multi day charter?

We offer open party multiday charters, the info is here, and the sign up form is here. This allows you to go after the bigger fish, further offshore, even if you only have a one or two person group. We have also have the Patriot offering open party charters. More info here.

get your priorties strait before you go.

Planning your priorities for a multi-day fishing trip involves setting clear goals and making strategic decisions based on your preferences and objectives. To start, consider the variety of habitats and species available on the trip and create a schedule that allows you to target different types of fishing opportunities each day. 

For example, you may choose to focus on trolling for medium size yellowtail and bluefin, to bring in the pounds on the first day, and focus on Kite fishing with frozen flying fish for the TROPHY on the second day.

Additionally, think about your ultimate fishing goals - whether you are primarily interested in catching specific species for a feast or if you are more focused on landing a monster-sized fish. What lures the captain puts, and the destination chosen, and methods used, can definitely be aimed at catching MORE or BIGGER. 

Understanding your priorities will help you optimize your time on the water and ensure you make the most out of the experience. While it's important to have a well-thought-out plan, it's also essential to remain flexible, especially when dealing with unpredictable factors like weather conditions. Being adaptable with your schedule and willing to adjust based on the circumstances will ultimately enhance your overall fishing trip experience.

means and methods for multiday

Kite Fishing: 

By deploying live or dead baits using kites, anglers can present their offerings above the surface while drifting over underwater structure or schools of feeding fish. This technique increases the chances of attracting trophy tuna and other pelagic predators.

Yo-Yo Ironing (aka The Flat Fall)

Utilizing metal jigs called "iron" allows anglers to cover water quickly while maintaining contact with bottom structure. This method often results in exciting strikes from aggressive fish.

Throwing Iron

Top water iron that is thrown off the bow of the boat, while still far off, to nab the first fish and start the frenzy.

Live Bait Drift Fishing: 

Deploying live baitfish, such as sardines or anchovies, is particularly effective for enticing large yellowtail and dorado. This tactic involves drifting over known feeding areas, allowing natural bait movement to trigger bites.

Slow Trolling: 

For targeting migratory species like bluefin tuna, slow trolling with lures or live bait can be highly effective. Patience is required, but the payoff can be well worth the wait.