What to Bring

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    DUFFLE BAG OR BACK PACK

    Remember space is very limited. Pack ultra light and you will be very happy you did. Most find that a backpack is all you need for these adventures.

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    CHANGE OF CLOTHES FOR EACH DAY

    Shorts, underwear, socks, t-shirts for each day and a light waterproof wind breaker.

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    DECK BOOTS & SANDALS

    Short deck boots or sandals work the best. It can be hot and a pair of sandals will get the job done.

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    SUNGLASSES, SUN BLOCK AND A HAT

    Don’t forget a second pair of shades! AFTCO makes really great sun masks and long sleeve sun protection. The weather can change at any

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    TOWEL AND TOILETRIES

    A small travel bag with your daily necessities is all you need.

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    LINE CUTTERS, DIKES & LEATHER SHEATH

    Even though our crew will tie all your knots and get you out of tangles its always nice to have a pair near by.

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    CAMERA

    A small camera is always great to capture that moment of a lifetime.

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    HEAD LAMP

    Always nice to have one. Fishing License~A current Mexican Permit & California license is required-San Diego Trips

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    PASSPORT

    Required for all trips going to Puerto Vallarta

ADDITIONAL CHARGES

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    FISH PROCESSING

    ($100.00 for 50 pounds of sushi grade filets fully vacuumed sealed.)
    Puerto Vallarta only. We can’t vacuum seal the fish in San Diego do to California Regulations, but can fillet or gill and gut.

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    CREW GRATUITY

    (15-20% Suggested)

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    BEVERAGE PRICES

    All you can drink fountain drinks are $10 per day.
    Coffee is all you can drink for $5 per day.
    Bottled water is $1 each.
    Beers are $3 each.
    Gatorade and energy drinks are $3 each.

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    TERMINAL TACKLE

    (Most anglers spend $80-$130 dollars per trip on terminal gear.)