socalsurfrate Surf fishing continues to be very good with big perch up north and corbina, halibut and croaker to the south.  Both tropical storms that generated near Acapulco last week have made a direct tract to the Hawaiian islands.  Most of the swell associated with them has passed much of Southern California by.  The middle week of July looks  to have some dismal tides but great tides return for the last two weeks including on of the summer’s strongest grunion runs.  Look for halibut to stage a few days before and up to two weeks after where grunion finally come ashore.                                                               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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S.W.A.T. team member Mikey of Santa Barbara takes a nice striper from the surf

S.W.A.T. team member Mikey of Santa Barbara takes a nice striper from the surf

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!


Another halibut falls for the lucky craft!

Another halibut falls for the lucky craft!

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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

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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