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Queen of Hearts, Sportfishing, Captain Bob Ingles, Pillar Point Harbor, Half Moon Bay, California
Owner/Operator Capt. Bob Ingles
Capt. Bob's the guy at the helm just about every day the boat runs.
He is the longest running operator working in Half Moon Bay and noone knows fishing spots along the San Mateo coastline better than Capt. Bob.
Owner/Manager Shery Ingles
Whether you're an experienced angler looking for a challenge, a beginner fisherman wanting an exciting new experience, or an avid whale watcher, join Capt. Bob Ingles and the crew aboard the Queen of Hearts for a day of shallow water light tackle or whale watching fun!!!
Whale of an encounter in Half Moon Bay
It is the third time in the past 25 years that a whale has been documented inside the harbor at Half Moon Bay, according to Bob Ingles, owner of Queen of Hearts Sportfishing.
Mav Watch with Queen of Hearts, Sportfishing and Captain Bob Ingles, Pillar Point Harbor, Half Moon Bay, California
Captain Bob Ingles, owner/operator of the Queen of Hearts, will be running the boat to view the surfers.
Capt. Bob has operated charter boats out of the harbor for over 25 years, longer than anyone else currently running, and operated or decked on boats for over 35 years.
He is also well accustomed to shooting the breakers: he grew up on boards and boats in Southern California, fished for striped bass by backing 50 and 60 foot boats in the breakers along the beaches between San Francisco and Pacifica back in the 70s and 80s, and makes his living now primarily fishing shallow water along the San Mateo coastline.
captain (my husband) is Bob Ingles
has run more trips out of Half Moon Bay over the past 25 years than anyone else currently running and noone knows the San Mateo coastline and reefs better.
is one of the few captains in the Bay Area and the only captain currently running out of Half Moon Bay who ran striped bass trips along the beach where they back the boats into the surfline, closer to shore than the surfers themselves, and shoot the breakers, backing down or gunning ahead to meet the oncoming waves properly.
"We fished from San Gregorio to ...
"We fished from San Gregorio to Pigeon Point," said Bob Ingles, captain of the Queen of Hearts.
THE FISHING REPORT
GOLDEN GATE: Those Gallia brothers again, Eddy and Robert, running out into the spring wind Tuesday and finding the next bite when no other party boat seemed willing.In other times, maybe Homer (unanimated) would have handled the story.These days, it's good for a little business and your name in a fishing report.
Let's just assume that's enough.Even if it's not, it still brought out the other boats.Quite a few on Wednesday, beating bow into wave and against the solid blow of a blue-sky June day.It was a revisit of the early season, the boats running 19 miles out from Seal Rocks on a 210 heading (34 and 36, on the GPS), out to where the ocean falls 40 fathoms below you.
...HALF MOON BAY: Wednesday's light-tackle, shallow-water report, as reported by Bob Ingles, skipper of the Queen of Hearts: Swell up, day down.He
battled the ocean between Three Rocks and San Gregorio for 116 rockfish, two lings to 9 pounds and a 3-pound cabezon for 19 anglers.Ordinarily, this trip is a guaranteed rockfish limit, with plenty of cabezon thrown in. . . . On the outside, the New Capt. Pete (650-726-7133) worked 15 miles west of the harbor for a reported 32 salmon to 26 pounds.