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January 9, 2014
December 28, 2013
December 28, 2013
What You'll Get
There are two types of fisherman—those who fish for sport and those who fish for compliments. Snag the most favorable fish with today's Groupon: for $38, you get a 3/4-day fishing trip (a $65 value) and rod rental (a $12 value) from Channel Islands Sportfishing Center in Oxnard (a $77 total value). This Groupon does not include the cost of a fishing license, fish cleaning, tackle, or meals during the trip. Channel Islands Sportfishing Center packs able-bodied fishermen of all ages onto its fleet of fish-scouring schooners for a jaunt along the historic Channel Islands. Once onboard the regal Gentleman vessel, fishing friends can dunk home-brought or store-bought tackle into stealthy waters stocked with hefty rockfish and desolate castaway promise rings. With hair flowing in salt-tinged zephyrs, pole-wielders can bask in the majestic grandeur of the Channel Islands' natural flora and fauna as the ship's expert crew trolls the waterways for swanky aquatic hotspots. Tote along an endurance-boosting feast to sate deep-sea appetites, or reenact mammoth, rod-bending catches on dry land at the center's food galley, stocked with hot and cold meals, frosty beers, and fish-flavored sodas. A fishing license is required to troll the open sea (information can be found here, and patrons can plan their trips using Channel Islands' online schedule.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy 2 addl as gifts. Limit 1/visit. Reservation reqd; subject to availability and weather. 24hr cncl notice required. Must sign waiver. Valid only for trips on "Gentleman" boat. Fish cleaning, fishing license, and tackle not included. Ice chests, alcohol, and glass not permitted. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Channel Islands Sportfishing
For nearly half a century, Channel Islands Harbor's crews have ferried groups through the waters between the Channel Islands to angle for halibut, white sea bass, and other gilled creatures with resounding success. Guests have caught fish of record-breaking size: In 2011, one passenger reeled in a California halibut that weighed more than 67 pounds. Groups depart for day trips or stay overnight aboard boats with galleys and bunks, and can buy fishing tackles and bait directly from the company rather than by setting earthworm traps in their neighbors' lawns.
Channel Islands Sportfishing's crew also ventures out on whale watching excursions to catch glimpses of gray whales, dolphins, seals, and other wildlife. Children are always welcome aboard the company's fleet, which includes 13 vessels.