|FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS|
A valid picture I.D. is required by the U.S. Coast Guard on all trips. Be sure to bring your driver's license,
school I.D. or other such documents. The document you carry must not be expired. If you are planning a
trip to Mexican waters, we suggest you apply for a passport. At present a valid drivers license will suffice
on trips into Mexican waters of 3 days or less. For trips over three days a passport is required..
|Where Can I Park?|
There is parking available in two public parking lots near H&M Landing.
The lot directly in front of the Landing at Emerson and Scott Street is $8 per 24-hour period.
Another lot across North Harbor Drive is available at $8 per day by credit card or coin.
In case both lots are full, street parking is available. Please read parking signs carefully for
any time limitations.
Driving Directions & Map
|What Fishing License Do I Need?|
The type of fishing licese you will need depends on the the area you will be fishing.
Generally, anyone 16 or over fishing in California waters will need a CA fishing license. Everyone fishing
in Mexican waters need a Mexican Fishing Permit and a Mexican Visa (FMM). All necessary liceses are available
through the H&M Landing. A complete explanation, schedule of pricing and links to purchase licenses is available
through this link.
|Mexican Tourism Visa Requirements|
The Mexican government is now requiring that every passenger entering Mexican waters
have a Mexican Tourism Visa (FMM), H&M Landing will issue this visa for you. There is a fee of $25.
The Landing tackle store has all of the tackle you might need.
Rental tackle is available for all type trips. Because the most effective terminal tackle changes through the season,
please ask the landing sales associates advice at the time of departure.
For any outing we recommend a hat and sunglasses as protection from the sun.
Use a sunscreen rated at a minimum of 30 SPF - you can get sunburned even on a cloudy day.
It can get cold on the water so bring something warm… a coat, sweater or sweatshirt, a windbreaker if you have one.
Dress in layers so you can adjust to conditions. Wear non-slip shoes. Short rubber boots are great for fishing,
tennis shoes work well too. Pack your things in a soft duffle bag or back pack. For overnight and longer trips you
will find recommendations here.
We recommend buying travel insurance. One choice is: http://www.travelguard.com/drinsure/. (619) 460-4615