Aztec Sportfishing

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1717 Quivira Road, San Diego, CA 92109 (619) 224-3383 Company Website

New to Seaforth Sportfishing, The Aztec, Captain Greg Gawitt’s new 65′ charter boat will continue where his former boat the Pride left off. Bigger, faster and more versatile, the Aztec has been remodeled and refitted to the standards of the best in the fleet. The Aztec has all the latest in electronics, including side scanning sonar, color fathometer, computer enabled plotter and the ability to keep in touch with just about anyone. Your fish will be carefully stored in a refrigerated hold just after being caught, ensuring the perfect product when you leave the boat. The Aztec has a brand new, very comfortable galley with seating up to 24. A full galley menu and special meals on request will top off your trip. Of course there is a TV, DVD player and stereo on board for your viewing and listening pleasure. If you have fished with Captain Gawitt on the Pride, you will remember the crew and the fun you had. Now, picture it bigger and better. Also note that all prices are subject to change without notice. Should there be any substantial increase in the price of diesel fuel, we may find it necessary to impose a fuel surcharge.

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Never again

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July 17, 2020

This is actually the first negative review I have given any business, I normally just roll with it. I’ll try to keep it short. I do like the vessel and the sleeping quarters,, the captain was informative and kept everyone in high Spirit which was great. However, I landed 4 Bluefins and 3 yellowfin tuna. Understanding there’s a 2 fish limit on the bluefin, I let them know that they can give away 2 of my bluefin to someone who didn’t catch fish and if they can retag the to yellowfin because I was giving them to other anglers. As they were organized in the bluefins on deck they were pulling the tag numbers if you caught more than two. I watch them take the tag numbers off my two biggest bluefin and I question them about that and they told me they didn’t pulled the tag off the biggest ones. Well I saw that they did and I didn’t want to argue with them so I just let it go. When the fish was being offloaded some anglers were complaining about not receiving all their fish. The to yellowfin and the two bluefin that I gave away never got to the people that I gave them to so when they were done handing out the fish some anglers question the deckhand about it and he said he will go check, my brother followed him and when they open the fish hole he realized they had no yellow fins but approximately 40 or 50 bluefin and they were more of the larger ones. Some of the other things that were wrong was the handling of the bait by the deckhand the $30 spaghetti dinner and the fact that they confronted people that left little or no tip, not taking into consideration that some anglers may have spent all the money they had to fish on their boat, fish cleaning and the $30 spaghetti dinner. To end this story, a few of us walked our fish down to the fish processor which took about an hour and a half to get back and when we did we watch the deckhands offload the tuna into hey cooler bags and hauled it away. People spend hard-earned money to fish these boats, the very least they can do is give them the catch that they caught…

Mr Anonymous

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