Monterey Bay Charters

Monterey Bay Charters
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Address135 5th Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA, US
Websitehttp://www.montereybaycharters.com/
Phone(888) 662-9800
Emailtom@montereybaycharters.com
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About Monterey Bay Charters

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MEGA-BITE is the premier 6-pack charter boat located in the Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor and we fish the Monterey Bay. We provide all types of charters aboard our spacious 32x12 foot 630 horsepower Sport Sedan.
We can take up to six people fishing for salmon, halibut, lingcod, white seabass, albacore tuna and pacific snapper (rockcod). On the water picnics, marine and wildlife eco-tours, team building, private "Day on The Bay" parties.
We are very family friendly (no smoking or profanity) and we can teach anyone how to catch fish. That little someone who needs a little self-esteem or self-confidence, we are the champions!


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By Seamus on 9/19/2023 9:28:50 PM • Views (25)
Gorgeous day out at the deep today and limits of chili pepper yellowtail and canary rockfish. Water was flat as a pancake and no wind. The post September 19 appeared first on Monterey Bay and Santa Cruz Fishing Charters.

By Seamus on 9/15/2023 3:58:46 PM • Views (7)
Ran out to Jurassic Park ledge and whacked the reds canaries and chili peppers. The post September 14 appeared first on Monterey Bay and Santa Cruz Fishing Charters.

By Seamus on 9/12/2023 2:28:42 PM • Views (30)
Awesome weather forecast throughout this week into the weekend with flat seas and no wind. Air temps 65-70 degrees. Great time to go fishing! The post September 12 appeared first on Monterey Bay and Santa Cruz Fishing Charters.

By Seamus on 9/3/2023 1:28:49 PM • Views (24)
Wow! Slam dunked sixty nice chili peppers in no time! Beautiful water and 72 air temp. This is as good as it gets! Just some of the fish in the pictures. The post September 3 appeared first on Monterey Bay and Santa Cruz Fishing Charters.

By Seamus on 9/2/2023 3:58:46 PM • Views (12)
Another wild fishing day at Jurassic Park. Water was as flat as a pancake zero wind and 70 degrees air temp. As soon as we dropped in our lines it was like catfishing in a barrel. Double after double the big chili peppers came up. The pic shows some...

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