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What are some offshore trips of a lifetime?

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tunatrav


Joined: 04/26/2010
Posts: 154
 posted 06/02/2013 04:49 PM  

I want to travel around the world and fish. What are some places or trips you would go on?
 
TunaSlayer


Joined: 12/15/2002
Posts: 141
 posted 06/02/2013 05:02 PM  

1.San Diego Long Range fishing, 15-17 day trip from December to May
2.Panama, May-June for tuna, possibly black marlin
3.Prince Edward Island for Giant bluefin, september
4.Oregon Inlet Bluefin, March


I could go on but I have personally done all of the above and they tend to be annual favorites
 
capndom


Joined: 02/20/2006
Posts: 1492
Location: Newport RI
 posted 06/02/2013 08:18 PM  

Southern New England

MA, RI, and NY for the triple threat, some of the most diverse and amazing fishing on earth, from pelagics to bottom bouncing we have a world class fishery here, and amazing weather during some of the best fishing.

Oh yeah, we blow Oregon inlet away on bluefin with length of season, numbers of fish, and actual trips off the dock based on seasonal conditions, all from boats that run significantly cheaper for the same length trip. I would add my boat to your list, but I'm a bit prejudiced....Shades


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Cardrok


Joined: 08/22/2001
Posts: 413
Location: Breezy
 posted 06/02/2013 08:38 PM  

Panama in May. Pure insanity.
 
tunaorlater

Joined: 11/22/2004
Posts: 2659
Location: sayville
 posted 06/02/2013 09:28 PM  

TunaSlayer wrote:

1.San Diego Long Range fishing, 15-17 day trip from December to May
2.Panama, May-June for tuna, possibly black marlin
3.Prince Edward Island for Giant bluefin, september
4.Oregon Inlet Bluefin, March


I could go on but I have personally done all of the above and they tend to be annual favorites



Pretty much on spot!
 
crackers

Joined: 12/02/2012
Posts: 79
 posted 06/02/2013 10:21 PM  

cod in norway
 
TunaBully


Joined: 08/11/2003
Posts: 366
 posted 06/02/2013 10:27 PM  

TunaSlayer wrote:

1.San Diego Long Range fishing, 15-17 day trip from December to May
2.Panama, May-June for tuna, possibly black marlin
3.Prince Edward Island for Giant bluefin, september
4.Oregon Inlet Bluefin, March


I could go on but I have personally done all of the above and they tend to be annual favorites




This is a pretty good start. I would also add giant black marlin off the great barrier reef in November, Alaska for salmon and halibut, new Zealand for giant yellowtail, seabass and swordfish, and Ascension Island for monster tuna and blue marlin to your list
 
FinDiesel


Joined: 06/21/2005
Posts: 541
Location: Fire Island Inlet NY
 posted 06/03/2013 06:39 AM  

Los Cabos Mex. for Marlin.
Kona HI for the same.

So many places around the world.

Anywhere but here in the NE for me.

Pollution, cost of living/boating, depletion of fish stocks in my lifetime, people with bad attitudes, and maybe 4-5 mos of decent weather here... No good. IMHO

Outta here ASAP!


"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure, and the intelligent are full of doubt"  -Bertrand Russell
 
WoundUp


Joined: 08/02/2010
Posts: 69
Location: East Moriches/West Sayville
 posted 06/03/2013 05:39 PM  

I would add San Salvador, Bahamas in July for Blue Marlin. It's not easy to get to but worth it.
 
Marc77

Joined: 02/28/2004
Posts: 216
 posted 06/03/2013 06:02 PM  


My suggestion is to go on some of Kil Song's fishing trips. You will have a great time fishing with some of the best anglers in the world.

It is not where you go, but when to go and who you go with.

Enjoy. Good Luck.





This post edited by Marc77 06:04 PM 06/03/2013
 
ffishhunterusa


Joined: 12/08/2012
Posts: 4501
Location: IN THE SURF ON THE SOUTH SHORE OF LONG ISLAND
 posted 06/03/2013 06:34 PM  

capndom wrote:

MA, RI, and NY for the triple threat, some of the most diverse and amazing fishing on earth, from pelagics to bottom bouncing we have a world class fishery here, and amazing weather during some of the best fishing.

Oh yeah, we blow Oregon inlet away on bluefin with length of season, numbers of fish, and actual trips off the dock based on seasonal conditions, all from boats that run significantly cheaper for the same length trip. I would add my boat to your list, but I'm a bit prejudiced....Shades


capt dom we are looking Roll forward to out JIGGING TUNA TRIP JULY 24TH WITH YOU upupupupupupupupup


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Jaycr3183

Joined: 09/06/2006
Posts: 297
 posted 06/03/2013 07:52 PM  

Seeing I paid $5500 for a 19 hours tuna trip offshore on a boat that advertises like crazy and didnt get a single knock down.......I am determined to catc a damn yellowfin or blue fin off the NJ Coast! I have vested so much money and time into it but can never come tight on anything. So yes, my dream before my wife gives birth, is to catch a tuna.....that is all.
 
ifish42na


Joined: 03/31/2001
Posts: 350
Location: Harrington Park, NJ
 posted 06/03/2013 08:14 PM  

Ascension Island. Like no other place on Earth. Spectacular, diverse fishing and so remote, no one else is there.


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MakoMike
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Joined: 12/28/2000
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Location: Pt. Judith
 posted 06/03/2013 08:16 PM  

ifish42na wrote:

Ascension Island. Like no other place on Earth. Spectacular, diverse fishing and so remote, no one else is there.


But the weather can be iffy. Not for those prone to mal-de-mer.


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ifish42na


Joined: 03/31/2001
Posts: 350
Location: Harrington Park, NJ
 posted 06/03/2013 08:21 PM  

But the weather can be iffy. Not for those prone to mal-de-mer.

Weather can be problematic anywhere in the world. What month were you there?


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