Enjoy the Best Deep Sea Fishing in California at Channel Islands Sportfishing

Channel Islands Sportfishing Boats

All boats at Channel Islands Sportfishing are independantly owned and operated.

Aloha Spirit
Full day fishing departing at 5am.
The Cobra is a full day boat departing at 4am.
The Graylight is limited to 6 passengers.
The Gentleman departs at 6am and fishes the local islands and coastal areas.
Island Fox
The Island Fox is the perfect vessel for experiencing the world renowned Channel Islands.
Island Tak
The Island Tak carries up to 11 passengers.
The Mirage departs at 10pm and fishes the outer Channel Islands.
Ranger 85
The RANGER 85 is one of the most versatile Sportfishing boats.
The Seabiscuit departs at 10pm and fishes the outer Channel Islands.
Speed Twin
The Speed Twin departs at 8am fishes the local islands and coastal areas.

Types of Saltwater Fish in the Channel Islands Region

Rockfish, or Sebastes, is a genus of fish in the Sebastidae family. Rockfish range from
White Sea Bass
White sea bass fishing usually begins sometime in the spring with March the typical
Halibut are the biggest known flatfish which make them prized for food. Masters of camouflage
Sheephead fish are a large member of the wrasse family of fish species. Larger Sheephead
The barracuda is a ray-finned fish known for its large size and fearsome appearance.
Yellow Tail
Yellowtail are the most popular targeted game fish year-round for Ventura county anglers
Salmon is the common name for several species of fish in the family Salmonidae.
Ling Cod
“Lingcod” is somewhat of a misnomer, as it is neither a Ling or Cod, but a a member of the greenling family.
Pacific mackerel (Scomber japonicus) are a temperate and subtropical schooling fish found