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Things to do at the Huli Cat Sport Fishing and Charter Boat


Visit Half Moon Bay and explore its ocean’s timeless beauty onboard the Huli Cat Sport Fishing and Charter Boat.
 
Elevating water activities at a whole new different level is Huli Cat Sport Fishing and Charter Boat. It offers its patrons and new customers a water experience that is more fun and more enjoyable. Huli Cat Sport Fishing and Charter Boat operates out of Pillar Point Harbor in the majestic Half Moon Bay. This 32-seater charter boat offers sports fishing and three and six-hour whale watching/ nature and bird cruises through the oceanic society. Huli Cat Sport Fishing and Charter Boat is 53 feet long and has an enclosed cabin ideal for whale watching and tours. It is complete with a crew this making every fishing trip comfortable and enjoyable, not to mention, the boat is fast, efficient and clean. 
 
Huli Cat Sport Fishing and Charter Boat is owned by one of the most respected captain, Captain Tom Mattusch who has fished the West Coast since 1967. He spearheaded some of the many firsts in San Francisco charter boat industry like being the first charter trip out of Half Moon Bay to take anglers to catch Humboldt squid. Also, the first white shark viewing charter trip to the Farallon Islands. And the first charter boat captain out of Half Moon Bay to get certified to marry people and has married people on the Huli Cat. 
 
For inquiries and reservations, visit them at PO Box 957 El Granada, CA or call (650) 726-2926 or you can visit their website at tom@hulicat.org
 
Huli Cat Sport Fishing and Charter Boat offers services like Local Rock Cod Charter for $90.  Whale watching for $45. Crabbing trip for $90 and Crabbing and Fishing Combo Trip for $135.

Coming to Half Moon Bay, California? Book your stay at Harbor View Inn, and enjoy the breathtaking views of the California Coast. Book best room rates through our website here or call (650) 726-2329.

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