The first spring pelagic for Buena Vista Audubon and Grande
Sportfishing is on May 21st. This is a 12hr. trip departing from San Diego Bay.
We plan to visit the waters over the Nine Mile Bank, San Diego Trough, and the
Thirty Mile Bank. The entire trip will be in U.S. waters, largely San Diego
County, but we may cross briefly in to Los Angeles County waters.
Some of the
expected species are Pink-footed, and Sooty Shearwaters; Black, Ashy, and
Leach's Storm Petrels; Brown Booby; Red and Red-necked Phalarope; Pomarine and
Parasitic Jaeger; Scripps's Murrelet; Cassin's Auklet; Sabine's Gull; and Least,
Common, and Elegant Terns.
Some of the possible species include Black-footed
Albatross, Northern Fulmar, Black-vented Shearwater, Red-billed Tropicbird, South
Polar Skua, Common Murre, Long-tailed Jaeger, and Arctic Tern. This is the peak
of the spring migration and often gives us a surprise or two, sometimes
including land and shorebirds. Marine mammals are also expected, and may
include several species of whales and dolphin. You should get some excellent
photo opportunities on this trip. More trip details are available on our website www.sandiegopelagics.com .
The regular price is $105. We have an "EARLY BIRD" Special at $95
which ends TODAY, Sunday April 30th. Call Point Loma Sportfishing at 619
223-1627 seven days a week to reserve your spot onboard.
I hope to see you out there,
Dave Povey Dulzura