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Fall Fishing includes White Seabass, Bluefin Tuna, and more!

by Channel Islands Sportfishing Staff

Fall fishing at the Northern Channel Islands is always good but after the summer we had one can only assume the fall bite will be just as epic! Variety this week included, White Seabass, Bluefin Tuna, Rockfish and other great fish.

Channel Islands Sportfishing Report - White Seabass and Rockfishing

by Channel Islands Sportfishing Staff

While the weather again this week was not our friend we did manage to catch some nice fish in between fronts. A couple of our full day trips found a few White Seabass that wanted to bite and our trips fishing Rockfish are still catching better than average quality.

Channel Islands Sportfishing Report for Week of August 2, 2015

by Channel Islands Sportfishing Staff

It's been another interesting week here at Cisco's with ever warming waters bringing new species into the area. Anglers are starting to see Dorado/Mahi Mahi and Yellowtail under kelp paddies off the backside of Anacapa Island.

June 16, 2015 - Recreational white seabass daily bag limit increased to three fish

Event starts in event finished - on June 16th, 2015 12:00am
by Channel Islands Sportfishing Staff

White Seabass Fishing White sea bass are identified from other croakers by their ridge along the belly, are blue-gray with dark speckling above and silvery below though juveniles have vertical dark bars. A white seabass sized at 28 inches in length or above is an appropriate catch although there are records of 5 feet/ 90 pounds white seabass, anything over 60 pounds is exceptional.