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San Francisco Fishing Charter with Captain Perry (and Personal Finance Links)

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A couple of weeks ago, my friend San Francisco Boater on a fishing expedition. He had made friend with Captain Perry Kerson who does fishing charters in San Francisco. SF Boater suggested that we go out and see what fish we can catch. On this day, the quest was for some halibut. I had been out fishing with SF Boater a couple of times before and we have a history of not catching fish.

This day was different. We caught a couple of fish. One was even a halibut. Here is a picture of the first mate Mikey gutting the fish.

Gutting a Fish

Gutting a Fish

I have to say that I didn't like the idea of getting up early to go out on the cold ocean, but it was a lot more fun that I imagined. If you are in the San Francisco area and are looking to go fishing

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3 Responses to “San Francisco Fishing Charter with Captain Perry (and Personal Finance Links)”

  1. That’s cool! I’m a landlubber but I could try that one day. :)

  2. I used to fish occassionally on the Mississippi when I was a kid.

    It was fun, but when I got older, I realized that it probably wasn’t as much fun for the fish. And since I hate seafood (other than shrimp, which I’m allergic to), it was always going to be a catch-and-release situation.

    I’m sure I’d enjoy being on the open water, though. Despite being a certified drowner (no bouyancy at all), I really enjoy the ocean.

  3. Revanche says:

    We should organize a trip! I’d love to go out fishing one of these days. Perhaps it’s not really the season anymore … though I just say that because I hate being cold and I’m not a fan of getting up early in the cold anyway ;)

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