socalsurfrate      Surf fishing for corbina has remained excellent from Carpinteria to San Diego.  The biggest fish seem to be coming from north Orange County.  Over the next week look for a mixed southwest and northwest ground swell about waist to check high in size.  We still have some surf coming up from the south so corbina fishing should stay good for a few more weeks.  Water temps in Santa Barbara have been averaging 64 while San Diego reported 72degree waters.  This week begins with light winds, turning 15 knots in the afternoon later in the week.  Excellent tides for the next two weeks as we deal with a new moon coming our way next weekend.  Fish reports from Santa Barbara to San Diego all have corbina in them.  Barred and a few walleye surfperch are back in the mix with the bigger fish up north.  Orange County has been the hot spot with a nice mix of corbina, perch, some huge schools of yellowfin croaker and a few quality halibut being caught.  Look for great fishing over the next few weeks and don’t forget to switch up your bait with a ghost shrimp, mussel or clam–For this is the time of year when clams run scared!                                           Check out our SEMINARS page for more info… SEMINARS: To learn about our seminars click the “seminars” link (under “topics”).  On this page click pictures to enlarge.  

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One of two nice corbina John Berry from Westminster caught at our Carpinteria State Beach seminar. John used a lug worm on the Carolina rig.

Brad Lattau fished the surf just north of Cabo  with guide Wes Brough and wasted no time catching two jack on one jig!

Brad Lattau fished the surf just north of Cabo with guide Wes Brough and wasted no time catching two jack on one jig!


PERCH BRIAN PARKER AT SAN SIMEON

If you’re looking for big perch go up north to San Simeon where Brian Parker of San Diego found this slab….

PERCH BRIANS SON

Reports from from Pismo to Half Moon Bay have anglers catching as many as 50 15″-20″ per day!

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WES GROUPER

Guide, Wesley Brough, tells us that the bite has really heated up at the beaches north of Cabo San Lucas for yellowtail, grouper, Jack and the occasional dorado…

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Hawaii Phil with a barred trevally caught on a sand crab

Hawaii Phil with a barred trevally caught on a sand crab

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O’io never looked so good!

Hawaiian fish reporter Phil is known on the island as "o'io master" for his knack of catching stringers of bonefish

Hawaiian fish reporter Phil is known on the island as “o’io master” for his knack of catching stringers of bonefish

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