If you’re thinking about what to do in San Diego today don’t forget that the Pacific Ocean extends far beyond the breaking waves and there is plenty to do out there. An exciting way to spend part of a day, or even longer is by signing up for a deep sea fishing excursion.
H&M Landing is the oldest sportfishing company on the west coast and features experienced captains and fishermen who will help make your trip memorable. After heading out to sea you will have the opportunity to catch yellowtail, sea bass, rockfish, bonito, barracuda, and more. If this is your first time deep sea fishing there is helpful staff on hand to help you bait your hook and guide you throughout the process of reeling a fish in and getting it off the hook. Of course, for some people the act of deep sea fishing is not all about the fish you catch, it is also the opportunity to get out on a boat and enjoy spending the day at sea. Whether you are in it to win a fishing competition with friends and the others on the boat or are mostly there to try something new and enjoy an offshore adventure, you are sure to have a great time doing one of the top things to do in San Diego.
Half day trips cost $40 to $50 for the fare with an additional $12 to $20 for tackle rental with boats departing at 6:30AM for the morning trip and at 1:00PM for the afternoon expedition. The morning trip returns around 12:30PM with the afternoon trip returning around 6:30PM. These fishing voyages take you anywhere from Imperial Beach to the kelp beds of Point Loma, depending on where the fish are biting. What’s even better, when you return you won’t need to find things to do in San Diego tonight as you can have some friends over for dinner to cook up the fish you catch.
Funseekers can purchase a FunGig that pairs them with an experienced fisher who can help them bait their hooks and provide useful tips throughout the trip and maybe even some pointers as to how to cook up the catch. Funbassadors can help arrange a trip or even take a Funseeker out on their own boat if they have one.