Fish We Catch…
Seasonal Offshore Species - Southern California enjoys a huge diversity of pelagic saltwater species, including bluefin, yellowfin, skipjack, striped marlin, dorado, and more. Depending on the season and your interest, we customize each trip to take advantage of the available species.
San Diego and Mission Bays offer outstanding fishing for a medley of inshore species, including spotted bay, sand and calico kelp bass, shortfin corvina, bonefish (yes, the same fish found on Florida flats), halibut, barracuda, bonito and mackerel. This is pretty much a year-around fishery, and a lot of fun on ultra-light tackle.
In the warmer months, our primary target in the surf is the corbina. Considered the Bonefish of the West Coast, these sleek beauties are actually more closely related to the redfish. We sight-cast for these fish, and they will definitely exercise your fly casting skills There are also surf perch, croaker, and the occasional halibut and white seabass.
San Diego's water supply reservoirs have long been home to some of the biggest largemouth bass in the nation. In the spring and summer months, we sight-cast poppers to these lunkers. Hold on tight to your fly rod!
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