Yes, you absolutely do. We recommend having our crew fillet your catch for you or you can always have a cooler in your car so that we can help load it up for you if you desire to have it processed by our trusted processing partners. Please ask your captain for more details during your charter.
Drivers license or picture ID, both CA and Mexican fishing licenses lasting for the duration of your charter.
Sleeping bag/bedding and a pillow, change of clothing, toiletries.
Adult beverages if so desired.
Dress for the time of year in which your charter is scheduled. We recommend clothing with SPF protectant while the sun is overhead. We also recommend deck shoes or fishing boots to keep your feet dry. If you don’t mind getting you feet wet when we’re spraying off the deck of the boat, then sandals are fine as well. Being on the ocean will always be a little cooler in temperature than being on land, so always bring a jacket. Lastly, don’t forget your sunglasses.
Please let us know in advance if you or your guests have any dietary restrictions and we’ll be more than happy to accommodate your needs.
Part of the experience is being able to disconnect from the outside world, so we do not offer wifi at this time.
We recommend buying both a California Fishing License and a Mexican fishing license for the duration of your charter.
We also advise that all passengers going on long-range trips bring a passport in the even we are fishing in Mexican water as we cannot fish in these waters without it. If you do not have a passport, we recommend bringing a photo ID.
Versatility is key for your captain to give you and you passengers every advantage possible to get you on fish.
A passport is required if fishing within 12 miles off the coast of Mexico, and since there are a lot of great fishing spots within the 12 mile mark, we recommend all passengers bring a valid passport.
Feel free to contact us anytime with general enquiries or booking info and we’ll get back to you ASAP.