Catch Big Rockfish And Lingcod And Win Prizes Aboard Berkeley’s Golden Eye 2000 On October 5!
Written By: Cal Kellogg, October 2, 2012
Location: Golden Gate,
Rockfish and lingcod fishing is raging outside the Golden Gate these days and the action is only going to get better as we get into the month of October. This is especially true of the lingcod fishing since more and more lings are moving shallow daily as they start to stage for the spawn.
On Friday, October 5 I’ll be hosting a Cal Kellogg School of Fishing event on Captain Quan Vo’s Golden Eye 2000. The Golden Eye 2000 is headquartered in the Berkeley Marina. The 65 foot boat is a super fast and has a super stable double hull design. Captain Vo fishes for everything that calls Norcal saltwater home, including halibut, stripers and salmon, but his real passion is chasing rockfish and lings. Whenever there is as serious discussion of who Norcal’s best bottom fishing skippers are, Quan’s name is usually near the top of that list!
If you’re not familiar with Cal Kellogg School of Fishing charter trips, I bring a bunch of prizes from the Fish Sniffer and from my sponsors such as Berkley, Abu Garcia, Penn, Stren, Shakespeare and others. These prizes are distributed to anglers throughout the trip and there are always prizes for big or notable fish at the end of the day. This year a bunch of reels are up for grabs!
Come on out and fish with us. There’s a limit of rockfish, likely a limit of lings and perhaps a prize or two waiting for you! The cost for the trip is $100 per person. This trip is already filling, so to reserve your spot give Captain Vo a call right away. You can reach the captain at (510) 610-0888.
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