April 2008

Bruce Biddick 

DORADO PRIZE -- Harold Lorch is shown with the 25-pound dorado he caught just south of San Diego on one of Voodoo Sportfishing's one- and half-day trips that fished until dark. The end of last season produced some of the best dorado and tuna fishing of 2007, and the angling action starts up again now for 2008.


Voodoo Sportfishing Offers
Multiple 6-Pac Fishing Options

By Bruce Biddick

Voodoo Sportfishing had a great year in 2007, fishing all the way into November.  Late-season action produced some of the best dorado and tuna fishing of the year on one and half day trips that fished until dark, along with four and five day trips to Guadalupe Island that produced large tuna up to 100 pounds and yellowtail to over 40 pounds.

The great white sharks at the island also showed up so that everyone could snap a few pictures to show friends and family.

Voodoo, a 70 by 20-foot Elliott long-range sportfisher, features an oversized cockpit, five bait tanks, a 3-ton fish-hold capacity, side-scan sonar, a complete fish and walk-around deck, and is equipped with the latest computerized navigation tools.

Voodoo is perfect for your ultimate, uncrowded long-range fishing experience that you’ll remember for years to come.

Voodoo Sportfishing also has available a 48-foot Uniflite sportfisher. Mambo is equipped with 30-foot Rupp outriggers, two bait tanks, up-to-date electronics, and can achieve 20 knots of speed.

Mambo is ideal for that half-day fishing trip to the kelp beds or up to two days offshore chasing tuna, albacore, and dorado. Voodoo Sportfishing’s 6-pac charters are for the expert to the novice, with their professional crew, upscale food and beverage menus, linens and fishing equipment all included.

They can customize any trip for you and your group.  For more information and reservations, please visit www.voodoosportfishing.com or call (858) 735-7078.

Editor’s Note:AZBW thanks BruceBiddick  for the cover photo of this issue; Voodoo is our “cover girl.”