Fish Species


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Species that you can expect to find on our trips:

Arguably the best fighting fish for its weight, and they can get up to 300 pounds each! Come early, leave late.

Although smaller than the Bluefin, this ferocious fish puts up a fight you will not soon forget. Summer is hot for this fish.

This is the big one. If you hook up on this you will be in the fight of your life. These fish way hundreds of pounds!

Use downriggers to send huge baits 100s of feet down in search of Swordfish!

Not technically a tuna, but in the same weight class, it is known for the best taste.

The colorful skin of this fish is iridescent! It is also known for its high flying antics.

Point Loma

This bottom dweller feels like a cinder block when you try and pull it up. Good Eating.

Open Party Four Six Twelve Pack

Ugly, filled with teeth, and occasionally blue, the Lingcod will cause excitement!

Easy to catch, plentiful, and the best taco around. Great for kids and beginners.

Bass Fishing Winter Time

For a 4 to 12 pound fish, you can not find a more crafty and hard fighting opponent.

Species by Name

Albacore Tuna

Bigeye Tuna

Tuna (Albacore, Bluefin, Yellowfin)

Barred Sand Bass

Blue Shark

Bluefin Tuna

Barred Sand Bass


Calico Bass



Kelp Bass

California Barracuda


Dorado (ahi ahi)


Leopard Shark


Mako Shark


Pacific Mackerel


Shortfin Corvina

Spotted Bay Bass


Spotfin Croaker


Thresher Shark


White Seabass

White Fish

Yellowfin Tuna


Yellowfin Croaker

Types of Rockfish

Black Rockfish

Blue Rockfish

Brown Rockfish

China Rockfish

Copper Rockfish

Cowcod Rockfish

Gopher Rockfish

Grass Rockfish

Kelp Rockfish

Olive Rockfish

Quillback Rockfish

Red Rockfish

Rosy Rockfish


Vermilion Rockfish

Yelloweye Rockfish

Canary Rockfish

Chilipepper Rockfish

Gopher Rockfish

Pacific Ocean Perch

Starry Rockfish

Tiger Rockfish

Widow Rockfish