September 20, 2017

The Largest Bluefin Tuna of the 2017 San Diego Fleet! 345 lbs.

 

Congratulations Joe R. and Ranger 85 Crew for the Biggest One that Didn’t Get Away!


The Legend and the Sea Adventure 80 have both reported LIMITS of Yellowfin Tuna for their trips!

120 Yellowfin Tuna on board the Producer!

185 Yellowfin Tuna & 55 Skipjack on the Old Glory!

The Reel Champion returned with LIMITS of Bluefin  Tuna – all weighing over 125 lbs!

The Jig Strike 3/4 day scored 56 Yellowfin Tuna & 75 Skipjack!

Limits of Yellowfin & 1 Dorado on the Alicia’s 3/4 day charter!


Tonight: Producer departs at 10 pm. Old Glory departs at 9 pm.

Space Available! Book Now!


September 19, 2017

O.M.G. We just heard from the Ranger 85 they have a Trophy size Bluefin Tuna!  Captain Robert reports that this Bluefin is a whopping 375+ pounds!  There is lots of fishing left for you to come out and catch your fish of a lifetime!

morning returns:

Sea Adventure 80: 2-1/2 Day: 141 Yellowfin, 33 Skip Jack, 9 Dorado

Ocean Odyssey: 1-1/2 Day: 145 Yellowfin, 21 Dorado, 2 Yellowtail

Chief: 1-1/2 day:  98 Yellowfin, 47 Skipjack


on the water:

Legend: 1 of 2-1/2 Day: 120+ Yellowfin, 50 Skip Jack

Reel Champion: 1 of 1-1/2 day:  LIMITS of Bluefin Tuna

Relentless: 1 of 2 day:  LIMITS of Yellowfin Tuna


 

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San Diego, CA 92106

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Identification Requirements

A valid picture I.D. is required by the U.S. Coast Guard on all international fishing trips, for all passengers – including minors. Be sure to bring your driver’s license, school I.D. or other such documents. Valid documentation for a minor can be a school I.D. or birth certificate. Documents presented must not be expired.

Is A Passport or Mexican Visa Required?

While many of the trips departing daily from H&M Landing fish in Mexican waters, a passport is NOT REQUIRED unless we are fishing near the Mexican coast or near any of their offshore islands. During the summer months, most of our trips are scheduled to fish OFFSHORE (well outside of 12 miles) where a passport is NOT required.

If a trip is operating within 12 miles of the Mexican coast of any of their islands, a Mexican Tourist Visa (FMM) is required. Examples of the types of trips that require an FMM include Baja Long Range, ¾ Day Coronado Islands and Winter Coastal Rockcod. The H&M Landing booking website and/or H&M staff will notify you when you inquire about a reservation whether an FMM and Passport are required on the trip you have chosen. H&M Landing will issue the necessary FMM for trips on which they are required. The process for issuing an FMM requires that the applicant has a valid International or U.S. Passport Book or US Passport Card.

Personal documentation requirements have become standard for both domestic and international travel. While the vast majority of our trips do not require a Passport, H&M Landing recommends that for the most flexibility and whenever practical our customers obtain a valid U.S. Passport Card or Passport Book.

Obtaining a U.S. Passport

While the vast majority of our trips do not require a Passport, if the trip will fish within 12 miles of the Mexican coast or offshore islands, a Mexican Tourist Visa or FMM is required.  The H&M Landing booking website and/or H&M staff will notify you when you inquire about a reservation whether an FMM and Passport are required on the trip you have chosen. To qualify for an FMM, a valid International or U.S. Passport Book or Passport Card is required.

Passport Book or Passport Card?

What is the difference between a U.S. Passport Card and Passport Book?
A Passport Card is less expensive to obtain and can be used when transiting on land or sea. A Passport Card cannot be used for air travel. A Passport Book costs more to obtain and can be used for all types of travel.  The following links provide information on obtaining a Passport Card and/or Passport Book.

Passports for First Time Applicants

http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/passports/first-time.html

Where to Apply

http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/passports/information/where-to-apply.html

How Long Does It Take?

http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/passports/information/processing-times.html

Fishing the offshore waters in Mexico is fun and exciting.

For over 80 years H&M Landing has been the leading provider of trips along the Baja coast and the waters of Mexico. While the vast majority of our trips do not require a Passport, for most flexibility H&M Landing recommends that anglers obtain a valid Passport Card or Passport Book. We look forward to welcoming you aboard!

Do I need a passport to fish from H&M Landing?

The short answer is NO.

While many of the trips departing daily from H&M Landing fish in Mexican waters, a passport is NOT REQUIRED unless we are fishing near the Mexican coast or any of their offshore islands. During the summer months, most of our trips are scheduled to fish either in US waters or OFFSHORE in Mexican waters (well outside of 12 miles) where a passport is NOT required.

If a trip is operating within 12 miles of the Mexican coast or near any of their islands, a Mexican Tourist Visa (FMM) is required. Examples of the types of trips which require an FMM include Baja Long Range, ¾ Day Coronado Islands and Winter Coastal Rockcod.

If an FMM is required, H&M Landing will process the necessary documents. To be eligible for an FMM, an angler must have a valid Passport or Passport Card.

Mexican Fishing Permits

Everyone fishing in Mexican waters needs a Mexican Fishing Permit. Some trips include the Mexican Fishing Permit and Mexican Tourism Visa in the price of the ticket; some do not. H&M Landing will issue the required Mexican permits for trips aboard H&M fleet vessels.

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