Departing Nightly  9pm

22nd Street Landing

(310) 832-8304

Press 0 for immediate assistance


FREEDOM Direct Line (310) 357-8437


On-Line Every Night, Open Party.  Departing at 9pm.  Please call and make a reservation. 

22nd STREET LANDING CAPTAIN'S SPECIAL

$99 per person/per day

Departing Tuesday Night at 9pm fishing Wednesday's

May - June - July 2012

ALL other days only $145. aboard the spacious FREEDOM!



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The Freedom is on-line every night departing at 9PM.  All we need is 15 passengers to run. Book early so the trip can build and most likely you'll fish with a very light load. Overnight ticket price, $145.00 - fishing San Clemente, SBI or Catalina - which ever provides the best fishing action.


For reservations call the 22nd St. Landing Office at (310) 832-8304, press 0 immediately for helpful office staff or call the Freedom direct at (310) 357-8437 8am to 11pm.

 

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976-TUNA 2-D
AY - Book before it SELLS OUT!

Departing on Saturday, August 18th at PM, returning on Monday August 20th around 8pm.  The crew of the Freedom gets together with 976-tuna for a 2 day freelance trip.  The cost is $300.00 but book on-line at www.976-tuna.com or call (310) 328-8426 NOW for just $250.00.  Good times and Good fishing!  Captain Tom plans on taking you to the best fishing grounds available at the time - whether it be off-shore or double island, etc.   Reservations for this trip must be made throughout 976-tuna, do not call the landing office regarding this trip.  Additional cost for meals, fuel and permits (if required). 



REVIEWS




Review from David A.   - YELP 22nd Street Landing
Los Angeles, CA

4/30/2012

The scope of this review exclusively covers the Freedom and its wonderful crew.  On Saturday morning, I started making last minute plans to go on a full day trip.  I checked out Ciscos, Santa Barbara, and finally settled on the one closest to my house which was a 1.5 day trip to San Nicholas Island out of Pedro.  The last time I went there was in 6/83 shortly after I obtained my open water certification on the dive boat Charisma.   To say the least, it was a trip that I will never forget.  I hope that one day, there is no longer any need to maintain a military base of any kind on any of our offshore islands or any of our shores and that people would rather fish than fight.   This trip was every bit as un-forgettable as the first even though I stayed dry.  

There is nothing, and I repeat nothing,  better than BEER BATTERED, DEEP FRIED FRESH LING COD, chips, homemade rosemary tartar sauce, and some cole slaw.   If you can get it out of the water and on the table within 24 hours, you will see what I am talking about.  The captain and deck hands will go out of their way to help you catch one of these beasts which are a minimum of 22 inches (around 8-10lbs avg.).  Oh, you don't have much experience fishing?  The crew and the other fishermen are going to be eager to assist you.  And each fishing spot he anchored at teemed with rockfish.  

I also wanted to give a shout out to the passengers who clearly go on this boat regularly.  Cool people who will treat you well and regale you with decades of fish stories.  They will encourage you as you reel in your fish and maybe even teach you how to tie a knot to help you get more rockfish!  

Well, I can't comment on the Monte Carlo or any of the other boats, but this experience I had on the Freedom was top-notch.  I could hardly carry the burlap sack of fish I caught up the stairs it was so heavy.   I will be back on this boat and telling all my friends about the great experience without a doubt.