Inshore Charters2024-01-29T03:23:57+00:00

Inshore Charters

Coastal fishing for rockfish, halibut, yellowtail, and bass
4 and 6 Pack Availability

1/2 Day Charter

6:30am to 12pm or 12:30pm to 6pm


3/4 Day Charter

6:30am to 3:30pm


Full Day Charter

6:30am to 6:30pm


Why No Patience?


No Patience offers Kids Charters! Designed specifically to match your young anglers needs.

5 Star Reputation

No Patience is only as good as “your” experience. We pride ourselves in customer satisfaction.

Family owned

No Patience is a family owned and operated business with only sustainable fishing practices.

Multiple Trip Options

No Patience has a charter that will fit your fishing needs. Whether it’s a half day inshore or 16 hours offshore, from Trophy Bluefin, Island fishing or Inshore Rock fishing BOOK your trip today!


No Patience is equipped with the most up to date navigation, radar and safety equipment. We carry two inflatable life rafts, life jackets, two EPIRB’s and VHF radios.

Comfort at Sea

No Patience offers amazing accommodations. From the galley and table seating, to the shower and queen sleeping. Come experience comfort on the water!

Experience the Thrill of Deep Sea Fishing Inshore Charters with No Patience Sportfishing in San Diego

Inshore fishing charters in San Diego offer anglers the chance to catch a wide variety of fish species in the waters near the city. Our charter operates within 10 miles of the shore, allowing anglers to enjoy the scenic views of San Diego’s coastline while fishing for species such as halibut, rockfish, calico bass, sand bass, and yellowtail. In addition to the exciting fishing opportunities, No Patience charters in San Diego provide all the necessary fishing gear and equipment, as well as experienced captains who know the best fishing spots and techniques to ensure a successful and enjoyable fishing trip. Whether you’re a seasoned angler or a beginner, an inshore fishing charter in San Diego is a great way to experience the thrill of fishing in one of the most beautiful coastal cities in the United States.

At No Patience Sportfishing, we’re dedicated to providing a safe and enjoyable fishing experience for all of our clients. Our crew is fully licensed and insured, and we take all necessary precautions to ensure your safety and comfort on the water.

So if you’re looking for a fun and exciting inshore fishing adventure in San Diego, look no further than No Patience Sportfishing. Book your inshore fishing charter today and let us take you on a fishing trip you’ll never forget!

Inshore Fishing Charters FAQ2023-05-23T21:54:37+00:00

Q: What is an inshore fishing charter?

A: An inshore fishing charter is a guided fishing trip that takes place in the nearshore waters along the coast, typically within a few miles of the shoreline. It focuses on targeting fish species that inhabit these shallower waters, such as bass, halibut, yellowtail, and rockfish.

Q: Why should I choose an inshore fishing charter in San Diego?

A: San Diego offers excellent inshore fishing opportunities due to its diverse marine ecosystem and favorable weather conditions. Inshore fishing charters allow you to enjoy a shorter travel time, experience a variety of fish species, and often provide a more affordable option compared to offshore deep-sea charters.

Q: How long do inshore fishing charters typically last?

A: The duration of inshore fishing charters can vary, but most trips last between 4 and 8 hours. Some charters offer half-day trips, while others provide full-day options. The length of the charter can affect the distance covered and the number of fishing spots visited.

Q: Do I need any fishing experience to go on an inshore fishing charter?

A: No prior fishing experience is necessary. Inshore fishing charters cater to anglers of all skill levels, including beginners. The charter crew will provide guidance and assistance throughout the trip, helping you with techniques, baiting hooks, and landing fish.

Q: What should I bring on an inshore fishing charter?

A: It’s recommended to bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a light jacket or windbreaker, comfortable non-slip shoes, and any personal items you may need. Additionally, you should bring your own food and beverages unless the charter explicitly states they provide them. Don’t forget your fishing license!

Q: Will fishing equipment be provided, or should I bring my own?

A: Inshore fishing charters typically provide all the necessary fishing equipment, including rods, reels, tackle, and bait. However, if you have a preferred fishing rod or want to use specific lures, you can bring your own equipment. It’s best to check with the charter beforehand to confirm what they provide.

Q: Are children allowed on inshore fishing charters?

A: Yes, many inshore fishing charters welcome children and provide a family-friendly environment. However, it’s important to check with the charter beforehand to ensure they have appropriate safety measures and life jackets available for children.

Q: What can I expect to catch during an inshore fishing charter in San Diego?

A: The fish species you can catch during an inshore fishing charter in San Diego can vary depending on the season. Common catches include calico bass, sand bass, halibut, yellowtail, rockfish, bonito, and barracuda. Some charters may also target game fish like tuna or dorado during specific seasons.

Q: How much does an inshore fishing charter in San Diego cost?

A: The cost of inshore fishing charters in San Diego can vary depending on the charter company, the duration of the trip, and the size of the group. Prices typically range from around $80 to $200 per person for a half-day trip, while full-day trips may cost between $150 and $400 per person. It’s best to contact different charters to inquire about their rates.

Q: Are gratuities for the crew expected?

A: While it’s not mandatory, it’s customary to tip the crew on an inshore fishing charter. The amount is at your discretion, but a typical range is 15% to 20% of the charter cost. Tipping is a way to show appreciation for the crew’s hard work in ensuring a successful and

Meet The No Patience Team

offshore fishing

Aaron (Owner/Operator) has been a lifelong angler. From bass and muskie fishing as a child to deep sea fishing adventures all over the globe! Years of experience and having worked with his own kids, Aaron eagerly shares his love and passion for the water with all! Aaron has been fishing these San Diego and Mexican waters for the last 15 years. He will put you on fish and show YOU how to catch them!

At No patience we run a FAMILY business! Let us assist you and answer any questions you may have. From fishing charters, deliveries, to recipes, or a special order call or contact us with all of your Tuna needs!

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