With so much shoreline in San Diego Bay, you'll see countless banks with tons of drop-offs, some deeper and steeper than others, which may appeal to your style of fishing
Mission Bay: Loaded with tons of eel grass. The question is not where to find it but rather where not to find it!
Here is an overview of my beloved Mission Bay . I am stoked it is part of the SWBA series this year, and I want everyone to have a good time, so I will give out some spots and their names. It is up to you to find ...
The Paralabrax Clathratus: Kelp Bass or more commonly known to Southern California anglers as the Calico Bass. Ben Florentino at Catalina Island, fishing
5.5” Big Hammer swimbait, caught this 9lb. version.
Paralabrax as a genius are part of the Sea Bass family (Serranidae). Locally we have 3 species of this genus regularly ...
San Diego Bay, also known as 'The Big Bay', is a large natural bay that stretches twelve miles and borders five cities - San Diego, National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach and Coronado. The bay's storied history includes a very rich fishing
history. In the late 1800's and early 1900's fishing
became a ...
The 1st stop in the SWBA 2006 "Race for the Cup"
Newport Harbor is known as one of the finest small boat harbors in the world. It is as functional as it is beautiful. Boat slips line most of the shoreline, in addition to mid channel anchorage. All size recreational and commercial boats can be accommodated, from the smallest ...