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July 25
The wind dropped today and the conditions are perfect to go up the coast. There were some nice Lingcod and Rock fish caught near 4 Mile and Davenport. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola.

July 24
The bite remained the same today for the Halibut near the Mile Buoy. There were some nice Halibut and Thresher Sharks caught near Capitola. There are some Sea Bass in the Squid near Manresa and Capitola. The Rock fishing was good near the Mile Buoy and near Natural Bridges. There were some nice Lingcod caught up the coast near Natural Bridges and 5 Mile. The wind was not bad today and it is expected to only get better this week. The Striped Bass are still being caught early in the morning and late in the evening near New Brighton down to Moss Landing.
July 23
The fishing for Halibut was slower today due to the south swell that hit today. The Rock fishing was decent around the Mile Buoy, Natural Bridges, and South Rock. The Vermillion and Blacks continue to keep anglers busy. The Striped Bass are being caught in the early mornings on S.P. Minnows Kastmasters, and Hair Razors. The wind is expected to slow down tomorrow. The wind did blow hard after the fog cleared this morning.

July 22
The fishing for Halibut continues to be caught near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola in 40-80 feet of water. There have been some Sea Bass caught near Capitola and the Cement Ship. The Rock fishing is god for big Blacks and Vermillion's. The Lingcod are still being caught on the locals reefs. The wind was down in the morning but it did blow in the afternoon. Come early and get some Squid!
July 21
The fishing for the bait fish was harder today. We did not end up with any fresh Squid today. The Halibut fishing was decent around the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and Davenport. The wind stayed down until noon on the local grounds. There have been a few Sea Bass caught near Capitola and Pajaro. The weather looks good for the next few days so come fishing. We hope to get some Squid in the morning we will see it is fishing!
July 20
The inshore Halibut fishing was decent for the few anglers who put in their time early this morning. The anglers are catching the Halibut near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. There was a nice Sea Bass caught on fresh Squid near Capitola. The Sea Bass was caught on the bounce ball rig trolling fresh Squid. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges in 90 feet of water. The Striped Bass are being caught on S.P. Minnows late in the evening.

July 19
The bite for Halibut was a little slower near the Mile Buoy due to the south swell that came in yesterday. There were some big Halibut caught around the Mile Buoy. There was a 30 and 40 pound Halibut caught on Fresh Squid. The Rock fishing was good up the coast near Natural Bridges and South Rock. The wind stayed down all morning due to the high fog. Come get some Squid and try for the lunker Halibut!

July 18
The fishing remained the same with the Halibut and Rock fish. There were a few big Halibut caught on fresh dead Squid. The wind was down in the morning and the swell is not bad. Get some Fresh Squid and go fishing.
July 17
The Halibut fishing was slower today but there were some nice one caught. There were some Halibut caught at the Mile Buoy, Capitola, and Natural Bridges. The Rock fishing was good near 4 Mile and the west side of Santa Cruz in 60-100 feet of water. The wind stayed down all day long but there is a tiny swell that may have slowed the bite for Halibut. The Striped Bass are still being caught by the anglers who are putting in the time.

July 16
The fishing for inshore species continues to be the best bet here in Santa Cruz. There were some nice Rock fish caught near Natural Bridges and 4 Mile Beach. There were some better scores of Halibut near Capitola and some caught near the Mile Buoy. The anglers who fished near Franklin Point and Davenport caught some big Vermillion and Lingcod. The weather was perfect all day today. The Salmon season is closed. There are still a few Striped Bass being caught near Manresa and Pajaro but it is a little slower. The best fishing has been for the anglers casting at night on the beaches.

July 15
The fishing continues to be good for Rock Fish, Lingcod, and Halibut on the local hot spots. The Mile Buoy area and Capitola produced some nice Halibut in 60-80 feet of water. There have been a few Sea Bass caught on the bottom in the Squid balls. The Lingcod and Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and South Rock in 80-130 feet of water. The area near Ano Nuevo was slower for Lingcod but there were some nice Rock fish caught up there. The wind stayed down all morning and it did not blow hard due to the fog. The weather looks good so come fishing. The Salmon season is closed.

July 14
The fishing for Halibut continues to be good for the anglers who put in their time around the Mile Buoy, Capitola, and on the West Side of Santa Cruz in 60-80 feet of water. The Halibut are still being caught on Fresh Dead Squid and Fish Traps. I fished for Halibut today and caught 4 fish from 12-20 pounds. The wind was down until noon but it was never really bad out there. The Rock fish and Lingcod was good at Natural Bridge and Davenport. The Salmon never came back the last few days.

July13
The Halibut fishing picked up today near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. There were a few nice Halibut caught on the west side of Santa Cruz as well. There were a few nice Sea Bass caught near the Squid in 80-90 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good near Davenport and Natural Bridges. The Salmon reports are still hard to come by. There was one boat who fished near the Soquel Hole and saw some bait but never hooked any Salmon. The weather was nice all morning but it did blow hard in the afternoon.

July 12
The fishing was decent at the Mile Buoy for Halibut and a few Sea Bass. The Rock fishing continues to be good near Natural Bridges and Davenport. The water was calm all morning until noon. The Salmon fishing is still slow. The weather looks good come fishing.

July 11
The inshore waters were calm in the morning but the wind did pick up early. There were some nice Rock fish and Lingcod caught near Natural Bridges. The Halibut are still being caught near the Mile Buoy and the Capitola area. The Salmon are still hard to find but there are not many anglers looking for them. The Striped Bass are still being caught on the beaches with S.P. Minnows.

July 10
There are some Sea Bass being caught near the mile Buoy in 60-80 feet of water. The fishing was decent today for Halibut near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. There is a small swell brewing which did not make the bite better today. The Rock fishing was good near Davenport and Ano Nuevo today. There were some decent scores of Rock fish from South Rock and Natural Bridges. There was light winds and small swell all day until the afternoon. The Striped Bass continue to be caught from Rio del Mar down to Marina. The S.P. Minnows are still the hot ticket and we have them in stock.

July 9
The Launch Ramp is open!

The fishing was good for Rock fish and Lingcod up the coast before the wind blew. The Halibut fishing is still going good for the anglers who are putting in the time. There were some nice Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. The anglers are trolling and drifting for the Halibut. The Salmon fishing is slow but the anglers are not fishing for them. The wind came up around noon but things are expected to be calmer in the morning.
July 8
The Launch Ramp is closed for the weekend. If it opens earlier we will let you know on the web site. The Halibut fishing remains decent near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola in 50-75 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good at Franklin Point and near Davenport. The wind was up near Ano Nuevo but it was fishable. The Striper fishing has been good from Moss Landing to Rio del Mar. We may get some Fresh Squid in the morning.

July 6
The Launch Ramp is Closed for a few more days we hope!
The fishing for Salmon has been slow due to lack of anglers. There were some nice Rock fish and Lingcod caught near Natural Bridges and Davenport early. The Halibut are still being caught near Capitola and the Mile Buoy. The winds have been down all morning but the afternoons have had some wind. The swell is on the drop so come fishing.

July 5
The launch ramp is closed for a few days. The fishing was good up the coast for Rock fish and Lingcod. The Mile Buoy and Capitola produced a few Halibut. The wind is down but there is some south swell that is dying. We have some fresh Squid for the morning!
July 4
The fishing was good for Rock fish near Davenport and Franklin Point. There were some nice Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. I did not hear of any Salmon today. The inshore Rock fishing near the Lighthouse and Natural Bridges was decent for most anglers. The wind was down locally but there was some chop and swell near Franklin Point.

July 3
The fishing was good today for the Rock fish and Lingcod up the coast from Ano Nuevo to Davenport. There were some decent reports of Rock fish near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse. The Halibut are starting to show up around the Mile Buoy, Capitola, and the west side of Santa Cruz. The Halibut have been biting on Fresh Squid, Herring, Sardines, and Fish Traps. The Salmon fishing has slowed down but there are still a few being caught near Pajaro in 200 feet of water. There are more Salmon moving duo from Avila so we may see another push before it closes on July 15. The winds were down and the swell is dropping daily. The fishing is only going to get better with his new push of bait in the Bay. The Striped Bass are still cruising the beaches from Capitola to Marina.

July 2
The fishing was great today up the coast near Ano Nuevo for Rock fish and Lingcod. There were some decent scores of Rock fish near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse. There were a few Halibut caught near the Lighthouse, Mile Buoy, and Capitola in 40-60 feet of water. The Salmon fishing was slow but there were a few fish caught near Pajaro in 200 feet of water. The winds were calm all day and the swell is dropping. The Striped Bass were on the bite on the Capitola Wharf last night!

July 1
The Harbor is open for the next few days but it will close again to take out the old dredge. The old dredge is expected to come out and close the launch from Tuesday around 2 pm through possibly Thursday or Friday. The fishing was good for Rock fish and Lingcod on the west side of Santa Cruz. There are some Halibut being caught near the Mile Buoy and Capitola. There were a few Salmon caught at Pajaro in 200 feet of water on the bottom. The winds were down this morning and the swell is fading.

June 30
The Harbor is open to launch come fishing!

June 29
The dredge went into the water today but it is tied up at the launch ramp. It may move and open the ramp sometime Thursday or Friday. We will keep you posted! The fishing was good today for Rock fish and Lingcod up the coast near Davenport and Natural Bridges. The Halibut fishing picked up near the Mile Buoy and Capitola in 50-70 feet of water. The Salmon are still around in 220 feet of water near Pajaro and up by Natural Bridges. The wind has settled and the marine layer is staying around in the morning. The swell has dropped and the fishing is bound to improve!

June 28
The wind was up near Natural Bridges which made Salmon trolling uncomfortable. There were some nice Rock fish and Lingcod caught near the Mile Buoy and the Lighthouse. The Halibut fishing should get better now that the swell has dropped. We hope to have some fresh Squid for the morning!

June 26
The Salmon bite was slower near Soldiers Club and Mulligan Hill. There were a few Salmon caught in front of Santa Cruz and Natural Bridges in 180-220 feet of water. The Rock fishing was a little better near South Rock and Natural Bridges. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy on Sardines and dead Squid. The wind was down all morning but when the fog lifted it became windy.

June 25
The south swell stayed a extra day and made the inshore fishing hard again today. There were some decent scores of Rock fish and Lingcod caught near the Mile Buoy and South Rock. There are a few Salmon being caught from Mulligan Hill to Soldiers Club. The Salmon are being caught near the bottom with Krippled Anchovies. The wind was not bad in Santa Cruz but it did blow around 11:00 near Marina.

June 24
The fishing has been slower due to the south swell that hit yesterday. There were some nice Rock fish and Lingcod caught near the Mile Buoy and South Rock. The wind was down in the morning but it did blow in the afternoon. The few Salmon are being caught near the Soquel Hole and near Marina. The swell is expected to slowly die through the weekend. There has been some nice Halibut caught on the beaches from Capitola to Pajaro.
June 22
There were only a few boaters out today so reports were slim. The majority of the anglers fished for inshore species from Natural Bridges to Capitola. There were some Halibut caught by the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. The Salmon up the coast has been slower but there were a few Salmon caught deep in the Soquel Hole. The Rock fishing continues to be the most consistent thing going on here. The winds were down all morning but it did blow up the coast near Davenport early.

June 21
The fishing has been hit and miss the past few days due to the winds. There have been a few Salmon caught near 4 Mile to Davenport in 200-250 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges. The Halibut are still being caught near the west side and near the Mile Buoy in 40-60 feet of water. The winds are expected to be settling down for the next few days.

June 19
The fishing for Salmon was slow near Natural Bridges to 5 Mile Beach in 200-240 feet. There were a few Salmon caught on the bottom but no quick limits. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges in 80-100 feet of water. There were a few Halibut caught on the west side of Santa Cruz. The Lingcod action remains great up the coast near Davenport and 5 Mile. The winds were down all morning but there was some afternoon wind. The swell is down to 2-4 feet. There is a full moon and there has been some Squid on the beaches to the south. This is a good time to go looking for Sea Bass!
June 18
The Rock fishing was still slow today due to the south swell but there were some nice fish caught near Davenport and Natural Bridges. The Salmon fishing was slower near Natural Bridges to Davenport in 200-240 feet of water. There were a few Salmon caught on Krippled Anchovies and Purple Haze Kajikis on the bottom. The surf fishing has been slower for Striped Bass due to the swell. The swell is expected to drop Sunday through the week. The wind did blow hard in the afternoon today but it is expected to be better Sunday.

June 17
The Salmon bite was good yesterday near Natural Bridges and 4 Mile Beach in 200-240 feet of water. The Salmon are still being caught on the bottom on Krippled Anchovies and Gold Spoons. The swell is still up but there were some nice Rock fish caught. I did not hear of any Halibut. The Striped Bass has been slower the last few days.

June 15
The fishing was slow for Rock fish today due to the south swell that is still lingering. The Salmon fishing was decent for the anglers who worked from Natural Bridges to 4 Mile Beach. The Salmon are still being caught on the bottom with Krippled Anchovies. There is a full moon coming up soon so the Squid should spawn and draw in some Halibut and Sea Bass. There have been a few Striped Bass caught near Rio del Mar. The wind picked up hard around 10:30. The wind is expected to start to settle during the weekend.

June 14
There were only a few boats who tried to fish today. There were not many fish caught due to the wind. The wind blew hard around 10:00.
June 13
The fishing was good for Salmon from 36'54/122'03 to 36'55/12'06. I fished and ended up with 4 fish by 9:30 trolling Chrome Krippled Anchovies on the bottom.The weather was nice all morning but it did blow in the afternoon. The Rock fishing was decent near Natural Bridges. The Halibut was slower due to the new south swell.
June 12
The Salmon bite continued to be good for the anglers who worked hard and fished the bottom. The anglers did best trolling Krippled Anchovies from Natural Bridges to Wilder Beach in 170-220 feet of water. The wind was down all day and the Lingcod were biting near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There were a few Halibut caught in Capitola and near the Mile Buoy. The anglers who fished near Ano Nuevo caught some quality sized Rock fish and Lingcod. The launch will be closed Monday until possibly the 24th we will see how it goes?!

June 11

The fishing picked up today for Salmon today up the coast near Natural Bridges to 5 Mile Beach. There were some limits caught at 36'55/122'04 on the bottom. The Salmon are being caught 170-200 feet down with Krippled Anchovies and Watermelon F.B.R.'s. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and South Rock. The wind was up near Davenport so most anglers stayed close. There were a few boats who did make it up to Franklin Point and found some nice Lingcod. There were some big Halibut caught in front of the Harbor and on the west side of Santa Cruz.

June 10
The Salmon continue to be caught up the coast around 36'55/122'06. The Salmon are being caught on the bottom in 190-220 feet of water. The best bet is to troll Krippled Anchovies, Glow Kajikis, or Chartruse Krocodiles. The wind was decent today but it did blow hard around 11:30. The wind is expected to drop early in the morning so come fishing. The Rock fishing was better at South Rock today. There have been a few Halibut caught from Capitola to the west side of Santa Cruz. We hope to get some Fresh Squid early in the morning if not we have box Squid in stock!
June 9
The Salmon are still biting up the coast for the few boaters who are fishing for them. The Salmon are in the same area being caught near the bottom. The inshore fishing was a little better today for Rock fish near South Rock and Natural Bridges. There were a few Halibut caught today but the main body has not shown up yet. The wind was decent in the morning but it did blow in the afternoon. The Striped Bass fishing was slower today.
June 8
The Salmon fishing was better today up the coast from 4 Mile to Davenport in 200-260 feet of water. The Salmon are being caught near the bottom on Purple Haze Kajikis, Watermelon Krippled Anchovies, and Chartruse Krocodiles on the bottom. The inshore fishing was slower today on the local rock piles due to the colder water. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and Natural Bridges. The wind was up in the morning up the coast then it settled down for a few hours before the wind blew hard. The swell is flat calm and the mornings are not bad so come early. The Striped Bass started to bite now that the swell is down.

June 6 & 7
There were a few Salmon caught near Natural Bridges in 220 feet of water near the bottom. The Rock fishing has been good near South Rock and 4 Mile beach. The Lingcod continue to keep anglers busy on the local rock piles. The Halibut are starting to come in near the Mile Buoy and on the west side of Santa Cruz. The winds have been down and there is no swell.

June 5
The fishing is still going good for Lingcod and Rock fish. The Rock fish were on the bite near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There were some Salmon caught in 220 feet of water around 36'51/121'58. The Salmon are being caught on the bottom with Krippled Anchovies and Purple Haze Kajikis. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and the west side of Santa Cruz. The winds were down all morning and the swell was down. The Striped Bass are still being caught near Manresa on Pencil Poppers and Kastmasters.

June 4
The fishing for Rock fish improved today near South Rock and off Davenport. There were some decent Lingcod caught along with some big Vermillion's. The Salmon fishing was a little better near the edge of the Soquel Hole. The Salmon were caught down deep on the west edge of the Soquel Hole. The swell dropped today and there were a few Halibut caught on the west side of Santa Cruz. There is still some bait in front of the harbor. The wind is down and the swell has dropped so come fishing.

June 3
The inshore fishing was decent for the anglers who fished near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The wind stayed down all morning but the swell still lingered. The Salmon fishing was slow around the Soquel Hole but there were a few fish caught on the west side of the Hole. We hope this swell drops in the morning and the inshore fishing gets better.

June 2
There were only a few boats out today and most of the reports were slow. There were some boats who fished near Ano Nuevo and the fish were not biting. There were a few Salmon caught near the Soquel Hole at 36'51/121'59. The Salmon were caught deep near the bottom. The swell is expected to start dropping so we hope to have better reports this weekend. The winds have been down due to fog!

June 1
The winds were down all day today but there was some south swell. The Rock fishing has been good near Davenport and Natural Bridges. The Salmon fishing was slow again today but there were a few fish caught near the tip of the Soquel Hole. The swell is going to start dropping over the next few days so we hope to see the bite improve.

May 31
The water was calm today but there was a south swell that slowed the Rock fishing a little. There were still some good reports of big Vermilions caught on the Mega Bite Charter boat. The water up the coast was nice and a few anglers caught Rock fish near 4 mile and Davenport. There have been a few Halibut caught near 4 mile beach. The Salmon fishing was slow but there were not many anglers looking for them. The Stripers are still being caught near Manresa.

May 30
The Salmon were hard to find today and there were not many anglers looking for them. The inshore anglers were doing the best on Lingcod and Rock fish. There were a few Halibut caught on the westside of Santa Cruz and near 5 Mile Beach. The Halibut are being caught in 40-70 feet of water. There were some schools of bait in 40-60 feet of water in front of the Harbor and near Capitola. The wind was down all morning and into the early afternoon. The Striped Bass are still being caught in the evenings and early mornings near Manresa and Rio del Mar. The S.P. Minnows have been working best for the Striped Bass.

May 29
The majority of anglers fished for the inshore species today. There were a few Salmon caught near the Soquel Hole on the east edge. The Salmon were caught 200 feet down on Green F.B.R.'s and Watermelon Apexes. The Rock fishing was good near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The Lingcod were on the bite at Franklin Point and Davenport. The wind was better today and it looks to be better next week. The Striped Bass have been on the bite near Manresa. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy.

May 28
The fishing for Salmon was decent around the Soquel Hole for a few anglers. There were some limits of Salmon caught near 4 Mile beach in 160-180 feet of water. The Salmon were caught with Krippled Anchovies near the bottom. The Rock fishing was good near South Rock. The Lingcod continue to bite near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There have been a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and the West side of Santa Cruz. The wind was up in the morning making it choppy but it was fishable.

May 27
The Salmon fishing was a little better today in the flats near Pajaro. There were some nice Salmon caught in 175-220 feet of water around 36'51/121'53. The Salmon were caught trolling Purple Haze Kajikis and Krippled Anchovies near the bottom. The anglers who fished near Davenport caught some big Lingcod and quality Rock fish. The Natural Bridges area produced some nice Rock fish and Lingcod in 90-120 feet of water. There were a few Halibut caught trolling near Capitola. There were some nice Thresher Sharks reported near 5 Mile Beach. The winds were down all morning but it did pick up in the afternoon. The Crab fishing is still going good in 170-220 feet of water. The Striped Bas continue to bite into the night near Manresa on S.P. Minnows and Kastmasters. There is no swell and the winds are expected to stay down in the mornings so come fishing.
May 26
The inshore fishing was the best bet today. There were some good scores of Rock fish and Lingcod caught near Davenport. The Natural Bridges area produced some nice Rock fish in 90 feet of water. The Salmon fishing was slow again. There have been a few fish caught near Mulligan Hill but the Soquel Hole has been slow. There have been a few Salmon caught in 80-120 feet of water. The Salmon were caught on the bottom from the Harbor to Natural Bridges. The wind did come up in the afternoon. The Striped Bass continue to bite S. P. Minnows, Kastmasters, and Big Hammers from Rio del Mar to Pajaro.
May 25
The fishing for Salmon is still going slow but there were a few fish caught in 140-180 feet of water near the Lighthouse and Natural Bridges. The Salmon are still being caught near the bottom. There were a few Salmon caught near Pajaro in 250-320 feet of water. The Rock fishing was decent in 90 feet of water off Natural Bridges. The Lingcod were on the bite at South Rock. The wind has been coming up early so come fishing early.
May 24
The Salmon fishing is still slow but there were a few fish caught near Natural Bridges in 180-240 feet of water. There were only a few anglers out near South Rock due to the mid morning wind. The Rock fishing was good at Natural Bridges. The Lingcod continue to bite near South Rock and the Mile Buoy. The wind has been blowing hard around 10:30 so come fishing early. There were a few Salmon caught near South Rock in 80 feet of water.

May 23
The Salmon fishing was slow today but there were a few fish caught near 3 Trees in 180-250 feet of water. The Salmon are still being caught near the bottom. The Soquel Hole is still producing a few Salmon near the bottom in 290-330. The Rock fishing is still going good near Natural Bridges in 80-90 feet of water. The Lingcod are still biting Big Hammers and Assault Jigs near the Lighthouse and 4 Mile Beach. There have been a few Halibut and Sea Bass caught near Pajaro Poo Pipe. The Striped Bass fishing has been best in the evening near Manresa. The wind did blow hard in the afternoon so come fishing early.

May 22
The fishing for Salmon was slower today but there were a few fish caught. The few Salmon I heard of wee caught on the east side of the Soquel Hole in 270-300 feet of water on the bottom. There were a few fish caught up the coast near 4 Mile Beach in 180 feet of water near the bottom. The Rock fishing was decent near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The Lingcod continue to keep anglers busy from Natural Bridges to Franklin Point. There were a few Halibut caught from the Mile Buoy to Natural Bridges today. There was some good bait in front of the Harbor in 60-885 feet of water. There are still some big schools of Striped Bass near Manresa. The wind was down in the morning but it did come up in the afternoon. The swell is down and the winds look light for the mornings so come fishing.

May 21
The wind settled down today and it looks like it is only going to get better. The Salmon scores were not big today but there were a few fish caught on the east and west edge of the Soquel Hole. The anglers who did the best were fishing near Mulligan Hill in 260-320 feet of water. The Salmon are still being caught near the bottom. The Rock fishing was good up the coast from 4 Mile to Davenport. The Lingcod were on the bite near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The surf anglers are still catching some nice Striped Bass and Perch. There have been a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and on the west side of Santa Cruz. The Sardines and Mackrel have moved into the shallow water. There are huge schools in 150 feet of water to the beach. There is a good chance of trolling up some Salmon in the shallow water where the bait is.

May 20
The wind blew hard today and no boats went out. It is expected to start to lay down Saturday and Sunday.

May 19
Computer down!
May 18
The Salmon fishing was decent for some of the anglers working up the coast near the 09 line in 140-180 feet of water. There were some scores of 2-3 fish caught in that area. There were a few other boats who fished on the east edge of the Soquel Hole near Pajaro and caught some nice Salmon near the bottom. The Salmon near Pajaro were caught in 270-320 feet of water on Krippled Anchovies and Watermelon Apexes. The wind was not bad up the coast near Davenport until late in the day. The Lingcod were on the bite near Davenport. The Rock fishing seemed to be better near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The Striped Bass continue to bite from New Brighton down on Kast Masters, Big Hammers, and Spro Hair Razors. The Halibut are still trickling in to the shallows and will only get better next month.

May 17
The Salmon fishing is still hit and miss near the edge of the Soquel Hole. The anglers are still catching a few fish near the bottom. There were a few Salmon caught in 150 feet of water up near 4 Mile Beach. The Rock fishing was good up the coast near 4 Mile Beach. The wind did blow hard in the afternoon so come fishing early.

May 16
The Salmon fishing was decent on the east and west edge of the Soquel Hole today. The anglers were fishing near the bottom in 290-340 feet of water. The wind started to blow up the coast around 10:30 so most boats stayed close to fish the inshore. There were some nice Halibut caught over the weekend near the Mile Buoy and on the west side. The Rock fishing continues to be good near Natural Bridges and South Rock.

May 15
The wind came up early today so al the boats came in before 1:00 today. The few boats who went to the edge of the Soquel Hole caught some fish on the bottom in 290-340 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good near South Rock and Natural Bridges. There were a few boats who fished up the coast near 3 Trees and reported lots of bait, birds, and whales. The wind did not let the anglers work the 3 Trees area long so no fish were caught. The wind is expected to start coming down Monday. The surf anglers are still catching Stripers near Rio del Mar and Manresa. There were a few Halibut caught near New Brighton surf fishing as well.

May 14
The Salmon fishing continues to be good for the anglers who can get down to the bottom. The east side of the Soquel Hole in 270-320 feet of water has been the best area. There were some anglers who caught limits of Salmon but most had a hard time staying on the bottom. The inshore anglers are starting to find some nice Halibut in 40-60 feet of water. The Halibut are being caught in 40-70 feet of water. The Rock fishing was decent near Natural Bridges and 4 Mile Beach. The Lingcod continue to bite near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse. The wind did blow hard around 12:00 so come early.

May 13
The Salmon fishing continues to be hit and miss for anglers due to the Salmon being deep. There were some limits caught in the same area around 36'47/121'55 and 36'48/121'56. The Salmon are being caught trolling Glow Krippled Anchovies, Green Krocodiles, and Red F.B.R.'s. There were a few boats who trolled near the Mile Buoy up to Natural Bridges in 70-130 feet of water and caught a few Salmon. The Salmon are being caught near the bottom in all the areas. The Rock fishing was good at Davenport and there was no wind until noon. There have been some nice Halibut caught near the west side and outside the Mile Buoy. The bait fish are moving in close to the harbor and the Halibut fishing is just going to get better. The Striped Bass continue to be caught near Manresa and south.

May 12
The weather was perfect today and the Salmon were biting on the east side of the Soquel Hole to the Slide. The anglers did well trolling near the bottom in 280-360 feet of water. I fished the Slide and ended up with 4 nice Salmon in the 8-14 pound range. The Rock fishing was good for the anglers near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There were a few Salmon caught in 150-180 feet of water in front of the harbor. The fish are all over the bay but the east side of the Soquel Hole seems to have the most at this time. The Crab fishing is still going good for the anglers that are working their gear.

May 11
The fishing for Salmon was decent for the anglers who could get down deep enough. There were some nice Salmon caught in 400 feet of water on the edge of the Soquel Hole. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges in 80 feet of water. There were a bunch of Salmon in 130-150 feet of water but no one has been looking around there recently. If you have a small boat you may want to troll form the Lighthouse to Natural Bridges in 130-150 feet of water. The water was flat calm all day.

May 10
There were some nice Salmon caught today and the water conditions were good. There were some Salmon caught on the east side of the Soquel Hole and on the tip. The anglers near Davenport caught some Salmon in 150-200 feet of water. There are still some Salmon being caught in front of Natural Bridges in 145 feet of water. The majority of the Salmon are being caught trolling bait near the bottom. The Rock fishing was good due to the flat conditions. The Lingcod are still being caught in 130 feet of water near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse. The Halibut are slowly coming in along with the bait fish. The Striped Bass are still being caught on the beaches below Rio Del Mar.
May 9
The Salmon fishing was decent up the coast from 4 MIle to Davenport in 160-220 feet of water. There were a few fish caught trolling near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse in 135 feet of water. The majority of the fish are being caught near the bottom on Anchovies. The Rock fishing was good near the Lighthouse in 80-110 feet of water. The water was grumpy in the morning but it did get better in the afternoon. The Striped Bass continue to grow and be caught near Manresa State Beach. Spro Hair Razors and Kastmasters are working best.

May 8
The Salmon bite continues to be good close to Santa Cruz in 100-170 feet of water. I went out yesterday in the evening and caught two nice Salmon before the sunset. The area in front of the harbor and near Natural Bridges has been good. The Salmon are being caught near the bottom in 110-160 feet of water. There were anglers in before noon with limits of Salmon. The best bet has been trolling Glow Krippled Anchovies, U.V. R.S.K.'s, Watermelon Apexes, and white Krocodiles. The Rock fishing was good up the coast past Natural Bridges. The winds were down and the swell is small so come fishing. It is hard not to try for Salmon when they are only 2-3 miles out!

May 7
The Salmon are still being caught near the east edge of the Soquel Hole in 300 feet of water. There were some nice fish caught near the Soquel Hole on the bottom while trolling Krippled Anchovies and Purple Haze Kajikis. There is another big school of Salmon on the inside for the small boaters. The Salmon in close are off Natural Bridges in 110-140 feet of water. The anglers are catching some big Salmon only a few miles off the beach. The Rock fishing was decent near Natural Bridges and South Rock. The winds were down all day and things look good for the next few days. The Striped Bass continue to keep anglers happy near Manresa. The Hair Razors, Pencil Poppers, and Kastmasters are working well.

May 6
The fishing for Salmon was slow again today but there were few fish caught down deep. The anglers were working from 36'49/122'00 to 36'51/121'56 for the Salmon. The Salmon are being caught from 180-300 feet down. The inshore fishing was decent for Rock fish and Lingcod on the west side of Santa Cruz. There was a nice Halibut caught near Natural Bridges. The wind was down in the morning but its started to blow 8-12 knots as the small storm came in around 11:00.

May 5
The Salmon bite remained slow today. There were a few fish caught near the Soquel Hole down deep in the canyon. The inshore fishing was good near Natural Bridges in 90-130 feet of water. The swell is down but there was some afternoon wind.
May 4
The Salmon fishing was slower today possibly due to the low pressure cold front that is passing. There were a few fish caught on the east edge of the Soquel Hole and by the yellow buoy by Mulligan Hill. The Salmon are still being caught 180-250 feet down. The Rock fishing improved at Natural Bridges in 130 feet of water. The swell dropped and the wind stayed down all morning. There are still a few Striped Bass being caught near Manresa early in the morning.

May 3
The Salmon fishing was slower today but there were a few anglers who did get lucky. The scores ranged from 0-3 fish that I heard of. The anglers are still working the west and east edges of the Soquel Hole. The Salmon were caught from 180-300 feet down. The Rock fishing was still slow due to the the swell that has been lingering. The winds are down on the Salmon grounds and things look good for Wednesday. There have been a few Striped Bass caught near Rio del Mar but the swell has made it slower.

May 2
The fishing was good for some of the anglers who fished near the east edge of the Soquel Hole. There were some anglers who had their limits by 8:00 am. The anglers who were able to fish 180-300 feet down did the best. The trollers are still having good luck trolling Watermelon Krippled Anchovies, Chartruse Krocodiles and red R.S.K.'s. The Rock fishing was a little slower due to the south swell that is here. The weather was nice on the Salmon grounds until 1:00.

May 1
Sorry for the delay but I had to go to Mexico for some Tuna fishing. We caught some big Yellowfin Tuna and plugged the boat in less then two days with Danny of Marlas Sport fishing. I am back to work!
The last few days there has been some wind on the water. The wind settled down today until 1:00 and anglers reported some decent Salmon fishing. There were some boats who had up to 5 fish near the Soquel Hole. The anglers are still doing best trolling 190-290 feet down. The anglers are trolling Purple Haze Kajikis, Blue Kajikis, Green Krippled Anchovies, and Water Melon Apexes. The area around 36'50/121'57 and 36'49/122'00. The Rock fishing was slower today due to the swell that has been around for a few days.

April 26
The water conditions were not as bad as predicted today but there were only a few Crab boats out. There were no reports today except some shore anglers. The shore anglers found some nice Perch and Striped Bass near Rio del Mar. I will be gone for a few days so call the shop for the latest report at 831-475-2173.

April 25
The wind stopped anglers from heading out today. We hope that the front on Wednesday stops the wind and makes the water real nice!

April 24
There were a few Salmon caught today at the Soquel Hole on the edge of the canyon. The few I heard of were caught 290 feet down in the middle of the canyon. The Rock fishing was the best bet due to the early wind that came up around 10:00. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges in 80-100 feet of water. There were some nice Lingcod caught at South Rock. The wind is expected to be up for a few days but the morning may be fishable. The worst day is Monday with small craft advisory expected all day.

April 23
The Salmon are still being caught on the east side of the Soquel Hole by a few anglers. There were only a few boats out today so reports were hard to come by. I did talk to one boat who had two Salmon. The angler was catching the fish 250 feet down in the middle of the Soquel Hole. The Rock fishing was decent but the swell made it slower than a few days ago. We will see how the wind and swell goes for the next few days. Wednesday things are expected to be calm.

April 22
The fishing was not happening today due to the wind and rain. There were a few commercial crab fisherman who went out and had a ruff day. We hope to have a better report this weekend. RIP BLACKY!

April 21
The Salmon fishing was slower but the weather was calmer. The front that is coming in may have put the fish down and not biting. There were a few nice Salmon caught at the Soquel Hole on the east side. The Salmon were caught 150-220 feet down on Krippled Anchovies and Blue Kajikis. The Rock fishing was good for the anglers fishing the west side in 50-100 feet of water. The wind may start to come up after the front we will keep you posted. The Stripers are still on the bite on the incoming tides from Manresa to Marina.

April 20
The weather changed today and the wind blew from the south making seas choppy in the morning. The Salmon fishing was slow and most boats ended up with 0-2 fish a boat. The Salmon were caught around the Soquel Hole on the edge of the canyon. The best areas have been around 36'49/12'00, 36'50/121'59 and 36'50/121'57. The Salmon are being caught on Krippled Anchovies and Krippled Herring about 100-250 feet down. The wind settled down in the afternoon but the morning was choppy. The Lingcod fishing was good near Natural Bridges. The small Striped Bass continue to bite near Manresa.

April 19
The weather was flat calm today on the Salmon grounds. I fished near the east edge of the Soquel Hole and caught 5 nice Salmon. We caught the Salmon 150-190 feet down around 36'49/121'58. The Salmon were biting on the Chrome Krippled Anchovies and Krill Hoochies. The fish were biting best around 8:00-11:00. The anglers average score ranged from 0-2 fish a boat. The Rock fishing was good near the Lighthouse. The Striped Bas continue to bite near Manresa down to Marina.
April 18
The Salmon continue to bite for the anglers who are fishing near the Soquel Hole. There were some boats who caught their limits by 10:00. The Salmon are being caught 150-400 feet down. The Blue Kajikis, U.V. Krippled Anchovies, and Chartruse F.B.R.'s. The Rock fishing remains good for the anglers working the westside of Santa Cruz. The winds were down all day and things look good for the next few days.
April 17
The fishing was good for Salmon today. I fished on the Miss Beth on Go Fish Charters and caught 7 Salmon and lost a few 180-260 feet down. We fished the Soquel Hole all day in flat calm water. The Salmon were biting Blue Kajikis down deep all day long. The Rock fishing was good at South Rock. Call Miss Beth Charters at (831) 234-6155 for a real nice time!

April 16
The Salmon fishing was a little better today with scores ranging from 0-6 fish a boat. The anglers who were trolling deep with Anchovies did the best. The anglers e fishing on the east edge of the Soquel Hole did the best. There were some big bait balls found and the Salmon were with them. The most consistent depths were from 150-250 feet down. The area in front of Moss Landing sounded slower than the Soquel Hole. The Rock fishing was slower today due to the swell that just passed through. The Striped Bass continue to keep the shore anglers busy! The wind stayed down all day until 2:00.

April 15
The wind blew hard today and there were only a few boats out fishing. There have been some nice Salmon caught around the edge of the Soquel Hole. The fish are being caught from 120 feet to the bottom. The P.F.M.C. has come up with the season for Salmon and it does not look good. The season is expected to end July 15. If you are waiting to try to catch a Salmon you better come here soon.

April 14
The fishing was not good for Salmon due to the wind that has been blowing since 10:00. The winds are expected to stay up for a day but the weekend may be ok. There is a new swell that came in today so the Rock fishing was slower. We hope to have a better report this weekend.

April 13
The weather was flat this morning but the lack of anglers on the water made reports hard to come by. There was one boat who I spoke with that had 2 nice Salmon and lost another. The Salmon have been cruising around the Soquel Hole. The Rock fishing was good today near Natural Bridges and the Mile Buoy. The Striped Bass continue to be caught on the beaches on the incoming tides.

April 12
There were some nice Salmon caught near the east end of Soquel Hole. The Salmon were caught on Glow Krippled Anchovies, Green F.B.R.'s , and Watermelon Apexes. The scores were 1-2 fish if you were lucky to find a few. The water was bumpy due to the new swell and some wind. The Crab fishing remains great in 140-230 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good on the west side of the Soquel Hole. The Striped Bass continue to bite from Manresa down.

April 11
The Salmon continue to be caught near the Soquel Hole. There were some nice Salmon caught 200-230 feet down. The Rock fishing is still going good up the coast near Natural Bridges. The Striped Bass are still on the bite for beach anglers. The winds were down all morning.

April 10
The fishing was slow for Salmon around the Soquel Hole but there were some fish caught below the Soquel Hole. There was a boat trolling in 240 feet of water at 36'50/121'55 that caught 6 Salmon. The angler's were catching all their fish near the bottom. There were a few fish caught by Moss Landing at 36'48/121'56 on the bottom. The Rock fishing was good near Wilder Ranch. The wind was calm all day long again!

April 9
The Salmon fishing remained the same today with some anglers catching 1-5 fish a boat. The anglers are doing the best fishing around the Soquel Hole. The best numbers were around 36'50/121'59, 36'50/121'58, and 36'49/122'00. The fish were being caught shallow in the morning and around 150-220 feet down in the mid morning. The bite has been the best early in the morning and slowing down in the afternoon. The Rock fishing was good at South Rock and near Davenport. The Striped Bass fishing has been great on the beaches from Manresa down to Marina. The wind was down all day long!

April 8
The fishing was good today for Salmon. There were some early limits reported at the Soquel Hole. The fish are being caught at 36'50/121'59 and 36'49/121'59. The Salmon were caught Glow Krippled, U.V. F. B. R. s, and Watermelon Apexes. There were anglers that came into the shop by 8:00 with limits of 12-17 pound fish. The Salmon are being caught 30-80 feet down. There was a big Halibut caught up the coast. The Lingcod fishing was better now that the swell is down. There was no wind at all today!

April 7
The wind was blowing hard this morning but it came down around 8:00 for the boats who stayed out on the Salmon grounds. There was one boat who had 3 Salmon on the west edge of the Soquel Hole. The Salmon were caught on Silver Krippled Anchovies 30-100 feet down. The east edge of the Soquel Hole produced a few scores of 1 Salmon that I heard of. The best Rock fishing has been near the Mile Buoy and South Rock. The Halibut are slowly starting to show up. The Striped Bass fishing remains great. There are Pelagic Crabs all over the bay so we are optimistic about the Blue Fin coming are way!

April 6
The Salmon fishing picked up for the anglers who fished the east edge of the Soquel Hole around 36'49/121'59. There were some scores of 2-3 fish on some boats that were trolling Anchovies 150 feet down. The Salmon were still biting for anglers in the afternoon who stayed out in the nice water conditions. I spoke to a boat who had 3 Salmon trolling near 36'49/121'57 around 3:00. The Salmon are being caught on U.V. Krippled Anchovies and Red R.S.K.'s 90-150 feet down. The Rock fishing was good at South Rock in 100 feet of water. There was another Halibut caught today near the Mile buoy. There is a bunch of bait in the shallow water and the water is warming up so the Halibut fishing is only going to get better. The Crab fishing is still going good for the anglers in 220 feet of water. The small Striped Bass are keeping the shore anglers busy. The Kast Masters, S. P. Minnows, and Big Hammers are doing the best.

April 5
There were only a few boats out looking for Salmon today in Santa Cruz. There were not any good scores of Salmon that I heard of today. There were a few fish caught near Mulligan Hill in the morning but then it slowed down. The Rock fishing was good near Davenport and South Rock. There have been some Halibut caught in Capitola and on the Capitola Wharf. The Striped Bass continue to be caught on the beaches from Manresa and below. The Striped Bass are all over and anglers are doing well with Kast Masters and Swim Baits. The majority of the Striped Bass have been small so be sure to bring something to measure them.

April 4
The Salmon bite is still the same with a few fish being caught here and there. The area near 36'44/121'56 has been decent for the Salmon. The Salmon were caught 70-150 feet down first thing in the morning then it slowed down. There were a few fish caught on the east edge of the Soquel Hole and in 250 feet of water off Natural Bridges. The Rock fishing was good outside of the Mile Buoy in 70 feet of water. The wind came up in the afternoon but the morning was nice.

April 3
The Salmon fishing was a little better today near the south side of Moss Landing. There were some scores of 4 fish for some of the boats in that area. The Salmon are being caught on Krippled Anchovies, Spoons, and Blue Kajikis 70-140 feet down. The are in front of Santa Cruz in 200 feet of water on the west side of the Soquel Hole produced a few Salmon. The Rock fishing was good for the anglers who fished near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The Crab fishing is still good in 170-220 feet of water but there are more females around. The water was flat calm today. The Striped Bas fishing has been wide open on the beaches but most of the fish are not legal size yet.

April 2
The Salmon opener started slow today but there were a few fish caught here and there. There was no hot spot that I heard of but some anglers did catch a few fish. There were some 1 and 2 fish scores but not many. There were a few fish caught near the edge of the Soquel Hole and a few fish caught near the crab pots in 180-220 feet of water. The area near Mulligan Hill had a few fish caught for some anglers in the afternoon. The Salmon were being caught 90-150 feet down for the most part. There were some anglers who caught some Salmon near the bottom as well. The Portuguese ledge near Monterey produced a few bigger fish. The Rock fishing was better then yesterday today near the local rock piles like South Rock and the Mile Buoy. The weather was nice all day and most anglers fished until noon or later. The Crab fishing is still going well but there have been some females moving in. There have been some nice Striped Bass caught near Manresa.

April 1
The safety zone at the harbor mouth has been lifted and you do not have to check in with the Harbor or the Coast Guard anymore!! The weather is nice and Rock fishing is open today and Salmon opens tomorrow!!
March 26

At the March PFMC meeting, the Council adopted three season alternatives for analysis. While the April 2 opener is set, the Council will adopt in April regulations for the balance of the season beginning May 1. In the Monterey region, Alternatives I and II are identical to the 2015 season: a significant reduction from prior years, but fishing through Labor Day, at least north of Pt. Sur.

Alternative III, however, slashes further. In "Monterey North" (Pt. Sur to Pigeon Point), two more months would be lopped off. The season would end June 30. South of Pt. Sur, the season would end May 31. Action is required to persuade the Council to reject Alternative III in the Monterey management areas.

  1. Individuals must make their feelings known to the Council. Public comment may be submitted by email to: pfmc.comments@noaa.gov. You should reference "Agenda Item E.1.f."



March 23
THE HARBOR IS OPEN COME FISHING!

March 21
The Harbor is going to reopen later today so check their web site for more information. You will have to check with the Harbor or the Coast Guard before going out on channel 9 or 16 but the Harbor is in better shape then its been all year!
March 19
The Harbor is expected to talk to the Coast Guard Monday and resolve this closure. We will keep you posted but it sounds like it may be back to normal Monday!
March 18
The Harbor has been closed by the Harbor & Coast Guard. This is from shoaling due to poor dredging and management. They are speaking with the Coast Guard and we may know something by Monday! Call the Harbor at 831-475-6161 ext. Lisa.

March 9
The Crab fishing is still going greta here in Santa Cruz when the weather permits. The Surf Perch fishing has been good near Manresa and Rio del Mar. There have been some big Perch and a few Striped Bas caught on Camo Gulp Worms. We have Live Pile Worms for sale for the tournament this Saturday.

Feb. 24
The fishing for Crab has been great the past few days. There are some Bonita being caught near the edge of the Soquel Hole. Sand Dab fishing is going great for the party boats. There is a new swell that pushed in today so use caution at the harbor mouth.
Feb. 15
There were some boats who went out for Crab today and did well. The anglers are finding the Crab in 150-200 feet of water near Natural Bridges and the Soquel Hole. The weather was nice and the Harbor entrance is fine to go in and out of now that the swell is down. Go to the Harbor web site for depth soundings that are being done daily.
Feb. 11 CRAB SEASON OPENS FOR SANTA CRUZ

Recreational Dungeness Crab Fisheries Open South of Point Reyes

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and the Fish and Game Commission (Commission) were notified today by the director of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) that, in consultation with the director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), a determination has been made that Dungeness crab caught on the mainland coast south of  38° 00′ N Latitude (near Point Reyes in Marin County) no longer poses a significant human health risk from high levels of domoic acid and recommends the opening of the Dungeness crab fishery in these areas in a manner consistent with the emergency regulations. The commercial and recreational rock crab fishery will remain closed north of 35° 40′ N Latitude (Piedras Blancas Light Station) and in state waters around Santa Miguel, Santa Rosa and Santa Cruz Islands. This determination was based on extensive sampling conducted by CDPH in close coordination with CDFW and fisheries representatives.

Pursuant to the emergency regulations adopted by the Commission and CDFW on November 5 and 6, respectively, the current open and closed areas are as follows:

Areas open to crab fishing include:

  • Recreational Dungeness crab fishery along mainland coast south of 38° 00′ N Latitude (near Point Reyes in Marin County)
  • Commercial and recreational rock crab fishery along the mainland coast South of 35° 40′ N Latitude (Piedras Blancas Light Station)

Areas still closed to crab fishing include:

  • Commercial Dungeness crab fishery statewide
  • Recreational Dungeness crab fishery north of 38° 00′ N Latitude (near Point Reyes in Marin County)
  • Commercial and recreational rock crab fisheries north of 35° 40′ N Latitude (Piedras Blancas Light Station)
  • Commercial and recreational rock crab fisheries in state waters around San Miguel, Santa Rosa and Santa Cruz Islands.

Pursuant to emergency regulations enacted by CDFW regarding the commercial Dungeness crab closure, no less than seven days’ notice to commercial crab fishermen and women is required prior to opening the season. CDFW remains engaged in discussion with the Dungeness Crab Task Force Executive Committee about the potential opening of the commercial Dungeness crab fishery, which could happen next week.

Despite several weeks of samples below alert levels, as a precaution, CDPH and OEHHA recommend that anglers and consumers not eat the viscera (internal organs, also known as “butter” or “guts”) of crabs. CDPH and OEHHA are also recommending that water or broth used to cook whole crabs be discarded and not used to prepare dishes such as sauces, broths, soups or stews. The viscera usually contain much higher levels of domoic acid than crab body meat.  When whole crabs are cooked in liquid, domoic acid may leach from the viscera into the cooking liquid.  This precaution is being recommended to avoid harm in the unlikely event that some crabs taken from an open fishery have elevated levels of domoic acid.

CDFW will continue to closely coordinate with CDPH, OEHHA and fisheries representatives to extensively monitor domoic acid levels in Dungeness and rock crabs to determine when the fisheries can safely be opened throughout the state.



Feb. 3
The Harbor is slowly being dredged and is still hard to get in and out of if there is a big swell or negative tide. There has been a few commercial Rock fisherman out and that is it. We hope to have a open channel to pass soon on any tide. For the latest information check with the Santa Cruz Harbor. We will be in and out these days due to no business and a non working harbor mouth. Please call ahead to make sure we are in the shop. We will try to be here from Thursday - Sunday.
Perch fishing has been good near Manresa. Don't forget to get in the Derby!

Dec. 31
The Rock and Lingcod fishing is closed as of Jan 1. The fishing was good the last few days due to the calm conditions. Happy New Years!

Dec. 27
The fishing was great this weekend for Rock fish and Lingcod near the local rock piles. There were nice Blues and Blacks caught near Natural Bridges. The wind and swells were down making for good conditions. The high tide in the morning made the harbor easy to get in and out of unless you stayed out too late. Still no word on the Crab season opening up. Surf fishing has been good near Manresa.

Dec. 20
The weather has been nice here in between the rain storms. There were some nice Bonito caught trolling Rapalas in 180 feet of water near South Rock. The Rock fishing has been decent near Natural Bridges and 4 Mile Beach.

Dec. 18
The weather was nice today and there were some nice Bonito caught at South Rock. There were some big Rock fish and Lingcod caught near Natural Bridges. We will see if this new storm has any effect on the bite on Saturday.

Dec. 16
There was a nice calm day finally here in Santa Cruz today. There was a 21 Lb. Halibut caught in 85 feet near the Mile Buoy. The Rock fishing was decent near South Rock and the Mile Buoy. The Perch fishing has been good at Manresa and in Aptos. The harbor is shoaled so be careful of the low tides and the swell.

Dec. 9
The weather has been flat calm in between storms and the Rock fish are biting. Time your fishing between these storms and you will find some amazingly flat seas.

Dec. 6
The water was flat calm and the Rock fish were on the bite near South Rock. There were some nice San dabs caught near Pajaro in 100 feet of water. Come fishing.

Dec. 3
The winds were down today but the swell was up. There were only a few boats out today who caught some Rock fish and Lingcod. There is another storm on the way Sunday so Saturday may be the day to try for Rock fish.

Dec. 2
The swell was up for the last few days so Rock fishing slowed down. There was a calm before the rain storm today and the conditions were perfect. The anglers were able to find quality Rock fish and Lingcod today near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There is a small storm coming in Thursday so we will keep you updated on that. Warmer water has pushed in near the coast where we were catching Blue fin and Bonito and some anglers are looking around today. If I hear of any Pelagic's I will repost today or Thursday.

Nov. 29
Great fishing and weather continued today near Franklin Point and Davenport for Rock fish. The Surf fishing has improves with the last few storms making nice sandbars. The Perch are biting Ghost Shrimp and Camo Gulp Worms.

Nov. 28
The fishing remained good today and the seas are calm. There are some huge schools of Anchovies near shore keeping the Rock fish biting. The Lingcod fishing was great at Franklin Point and near Davenport. The winds are expected to be down Sunday and then a big swell is expected to hit Monday. Come fishing while it is calm.

Nov.27
The winds have settled and the fishing is still going good for Rock fish and Lingcod. The anglers fished from Natural Bridges to Davenport for Rock fish and Lingcod today. The anglers had some nice Blues and Vermilions along with keeper Lingcod. The winds are going to be down for the weekend so anglers are going to head up to Franklin Point. The fishing for Rock fish and Lingcod has been great at Franklin Point. There have been a few Halibut caught near Capitola and Franklin Point. Come fishing while the weather is calm.


Nov. 22
The fishing and weather was great today at Franklin Point. There were good scores of Rock fish and Lingcod in 30-80 feet of water. The anglers at Davenport caught some nice Rock fish and Lingcod but the bigger fish were caught at Franklin Point. The wind is expected to stay down Monday before the storm comes in Tuesday. I did not hear of any Bonito today.

Nov. 21
The anglers fished for Rock fish and Lingcod near Natural Bridges and Davenport in 80-120 feet of water. There were some limits of quality Blue and Vermillion Rock fish. The winds were down in the morning but it did blow in the afternoon. There were no Bonito caught that I heard of today. The water temperature has cooled down and most of the Pelagic's have moved further offshore. The wind is expected to be light Sunday and Monday before the storm moves in. Anglers that fished near Franklin Point said the fishing was great along with the weather. There is still Squid and a few Sea Bass being caught near Davenport.


Nov. 20
The fishing was good for Rock fish and Lingcod near Davenport today. There were not many Bonito caught that I heard of. There is still Squid and Sea Bass up the coast near 5 Mile and Davenport. The wind was down but there was a lump on the water up near Franklin Point. The weather is expected to stay nice for the weekend.

Nov. 19
The weather was perfect today. The Lingcod and Rock fish were on the bite up the coast near Davenport. The Bonito were on the bite near the Soquel Hole. Rock fish and Lingcod is open all year.

Nov. 18
The wind and swell was down and a few anglers took advantage of the good conditions. There were some decent scores of Rock fish and Lingcod near 4 Mile Beach and Natural Bridges. There were a few nice Bonito caught near the Soquel Hole in 200 feet of water.

Nov. 16
The swell and wind has slowed the traffic of boats on the water. We have no reports due to no one fishing. We hope it gets better in the next few days and we will get you a report.

Nov. 14
The Sea Bass fishing continues to be decent for the anglers putting in their time near Davenport in 100-130 feet of water. There were some nice Sea Bass caught a few cranks of the bottom. The Rock fishing was good in 70 feet of water near Davenport. There was a big Thresher Shark caught on the Bluefin grounds but I did not hear of any Bluefin. The Bonito and Barracuda are still being caught in 90-150 feet of water straight out of Santa Cruz. The Lingcod fishing was great near Natural Bridges and Davenport. The winds were down all morning but there was some afternoon wind on the Bluefin grounds.

Nov. 13
The anglers fished close to shore for Rock fish and Lingcod today near Natural Bridges and Davenport. The Lingcod and Rock fishing was good in 55-75 feet of water. There were some Barracuda and Bonito caught straight out of the Harbor in 140-220 feet of water. There have been some Sea Bass being caught near the Mackrel schools in Capitola. The winds were down near shore but the anglers who went looking for Bluefin reported windy conditions.

Nov. 12
The inshore waters were calm today and the Rock fish and Lingcod were biting well near Davenport and Franklin Point. The Barracuda were on the bite in 90-130 feet of water straight out of the Harbor. The Bonito continue to bite near the Soquel Hole in 180-230 feet of water. There have been a few Sea Bass caught near 5 Mile and near Capitola as well. The Sea Bass have been big so don't come unprepared. The Surf fishing has been good for Perch and a few Striped Bass near Manresa. The weather is expected to be nice so we hope to hear of some Bluefin in the next few days.

Nov. 11
The fishing was good for Lingcod and Rock fish in 120 feet of water near Davenport. There were a few Sea Bass caught near 5 Mile Beach in 120-150 feet of water. The Bonito were hard to find but there were a few caught in 180-250 feet of water east of the Harbor. The Barracuda moved in the Bonito grounds and some are over 3 feet long. The winds and swells are down for the next few days so come fishing. I did not hear of any Bluefin in the past few days due to lack of anglers trying to catch them.

Nov. 10
We have been closed due to no power. We are back and open for business.

Nov. 8
The fishing for Bluefin is still scratchy but a few anglers are bringing home some 50 pound Bluefin. The Bluefin are staying in the mixed water off Davenport in 400-900 feet of water. The anglers are slow trolling Mackrel and Squid from the surface to 100 feet down. There were a few Sea Bass caught near 4 Mile and 5 Mile Beach. The Rock fishing was good at Franklin Point and Davenport. The conditions were flat all morning.

Nov. 7
The Bluefin are still being caught up near Davenport in 600-1,200 feet of water. There were anglers catching Bluefin 40-100 feet down slow trolling Mackrel and Squid. There were some Bluefin caught near Monterey on Natural Cedar Plugs. The Sea Bass were caught in the morning near 3 Mile and 5 Mile in 100-130 feet of water. The Rock fishing was great up the coast near Davenport and Franklin Point. The Lingcod fishing was good near Natural Bridges in 70-90 feet of water. The Bonito were on the bite at 36'49/122'03. The Bonito were biting Rapalas, Halcos, and X Raps. The winds were down all morning and afternoon. The same is expected for Sunday with a chance of showers so come fishing.

Nov. 6
The Bluefin are still being caught out near Davenport and near the Weather Buoy. I spoke to one angler who had 2 nice Bluefin in 350 feet of water near Davenport. There was another boat who had 2 Bluefin on at 36'42/122'21. The Sea Bass are still being caught up the coast near 4 Mile and Davenport. The Rock and Lingcod fishing was good in 130 feet of water near Natural Bridges. The Bonito continue to bite straight out of Santa Cruz in 110-180 feet of water. The wind and swell was down all day today.

Nov. 5
The anglers fished for Bluefin and Sea Bass up the coast near 3 Mile and Davenport. There were a few Bluefin caught at 36'49/122'20 and near Davenport in 500-1,000 feet of water. The anglers who fished for Sea Bass caught a few nice fish early in the morning and in the afternoon. The Rock fishing was better today due to the fact the swell dropped. The winds stayed down all morning until late in the afternoon. The Lingcod fishing is good near Davenport and natural Bridges.

Nov. 4
There were only a few boats who went out today. There were a few Sea Bass caught up the coast near 5 Mile. The winds are dropping and anglers are going to go look for Bonito and Bluefin Thursday.

Nov. 3
There were only a few boats out today so reports are hard to come by. There was a 45 pound Thresher Shark caught in Capitola and a few Bonito as well. The Rock fishing was slower due to the swell but there were a few nice Lingcod caught. The Sea Bass are still being caught early in the morning. There are going to be some boats looking for Bluefin in the next few days. The wind has been up but is expected to lay down over the next few days along with the swell.

Nov. 2
The fishing conditions were not bad today in the morning but there were not many boats out. There were some Sea Bass caught early this morning near 5 Mile. That is all we heard of today. Get your Crab gear ready for Saturday. We have all your Crab needs in stock.

Nov. 1
The bluefin continue to be caught by anglers slow trolling Mackrel, X Raps, and Cedar Plugs. There were some nice Bluefin caught between Davenport and Five Mile Beach. The Sea Bass are still being caught in the same area for the anglers who are working hard for them. The Sea Bass are biting Squid near the bottom in 110-140 feet of water. The Rock fishing was decent near Natural Bridges and South Rock. There were some Bonito caught out near the Soquel Hole. There were some big Soup Fin Sharks caught near 4 Mile Beach. The winds were down all day but there was a little morning grump on the water early today.

Oct. 31
The Bluefin fishing picked back up today now that the weather has settled down enough to get to them. There were a few nice Bluefin caught on X Raps and Mackrel in 700-1000 feet of water near 5 Mile and Davenport. There were some big Sea Bass caught in the same area in 100-130 feet of water. The anglers are having the best luck for the Sea Bass early in the morning. The Rock fishing picked up since the swell dropped. I weighed in a 12 pound Cabezon and some big Sea Bass today. Conditions look good so come fishing!

Oct. 30
The Sea Bass fishing continues to be good early in the morning in 110-135 feet of water from 5 Mile to Davenport. The Bonito were on the bite near the Soquel Hole in 300 feet of water. The wind and swell started to die this morning making the waters more enjoyable. The wind is expected to stay down for the weekend so come fishing! The Rock fishing should improve now that it has calmed down.

Oct. 29
There were a few Sea Bass caught this morning in 110-135 feet of water near 5 Mile and Davenport. There are small balls of Squid and Mackrel that the Sea Bas are feeding on near the bottom. There was some wind in and swell in the morning so most boats just fished in the morning. There was one boat who caught a bunch of Bonito near the tip of the Soquel Hole in 300 feet of water. The Bonito are taking X Raps and Rapalas. The wind is expected to come down for the weekend.

Oct. 28
The fishing pressure was light today but there were some boats who fished for Bluefin and Sea Bass. There were some good scores of Sea Bass caught early in the morning near 5 Mile and Davenport. The wind was down all morning up the coast but there was some swell. The Bluefin fishing was slower today. The Rock fishing was a little slower due to the swell that is filling in today.

Oct. 26 & 27
The Bluefin fishing has been slower but there have been a few fish caught near Davenport in 500-1000 feet of water. There have been some smaller Bluefin caught near the point of Monterey. The Sea Bass are being caught between 5 Mile and Davenport on a daily basis. The anglers drifting Squid earl are having the best luck. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and the Lingcod fishgig has been great at Franklin Point. The wind calmed down today.

Oct. 25
The Sea Bass fishing is still happening up the coast near 5 Mile and Davenport. The Sea Bass are being caught in 110-130 feet of water near the bottom. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There were some nice Bluefin caught near Davenport in 400-800 feet of water on Mackrel. The Bonito fishing was good between Davenport and Wilder Beach in 340 feet of water. There were some big schools of Bonito 3 Miles out of Moss Landing. The wind was confused and the swell was up so it was not flat calm today. The winds are expected to be less for the next few days. There is a possible storm on Wednesday so come fishing!

Oct. 24
The fishing was decent for the Bluefin today with a few nice fish being reported. The Bluefin are being caught in the same area near Davenport in 400-1000 feet of water. There were some Bluefin caught trolling Zukers and Mackrel today. There were some Sea Bass caught early near Davenport on fresh Squid. The Rock fishing was good near Franklin Point and Natural Bridges. The wind stayed down and the swell was not as big as yesterday.

Oct. 23
The Bluefin fishing was great for some anglers and slow for others. Joe Stoops on Chartle Charters had 6 nice Bluefin trolling near the canyon edges. There was another boat who had 3 Bluefin and other boats with ones. The Bonito were biting well in 350 feet of Davenport. The Sea Bass fishing was good near 5 mIle and Davenport. The Sea Bass are still being caught here and there near 3 Mile in the Squid balls as well. The Rock fishing was great at Franklin Point for big Blacks and Lingcod. The wind was down and there was some swell so the Halibut have been hiding. This is a great time to be here fishing in Santa Cruz!!!!!

Oct. 22
There were only a few anglers looking for Bluefin and the scores were not big. There was one boat who caught one Bluefin around 36'52/122'17 and that was all I heard of. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and 4 Mile Beach. The Bonito are being caught near 5 Mile in 130-200 feet of water. There were some Sea Bass caught near Capitola and Davenport in 80-130 feet of water. The wind was down and should be nice for a few days.

Oct. 21
There were a few Bluefin caught in the same area slow trolling near the surface. The morning produced some nice Sea Bass near Capitola and Davenport in 70-120 feet of water. The anglers are using Squid, Mackrel, and Deception Jigs for the Sea Bass. The wind was down so the Rock fish did bite better near Natural Bridges. The wind is expected to stay down so come fishing.

Oct. 20
There were only a few boats out today and most anglers fished up the coast for Sea Bas and Rock fish. The Sea Bass fishing continues to be good for some and slow for others near 5 mIle and Davenport. There have been some nice Sea Bass caught in Capitola and near the MIle Buoy. The Rock fishing was good near the Mile Buoy and South Rock. I did not hear of anyone fishing for Bluefin today. The Bonito are being caught daily 3-4 mile out of the harbor and 2 miles out of Moss Landing. The winds were down and the same is expected for Wednesday sao we hope to have some tuna news.

Oct. 19
The fishing was slower for Sea Bass up the coast near 4 Mile and Davenport but there were a few caught. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges in 70-100 feet of water. The Bonito are still being caught near the Lighthouse to Moss Landing. The Bonito are everywhere just look for the birds working and Bonito jumping. The Bonito have been biting Purple Zukers and Purple Rapalas. The wind was up in the afternoon so get on the water early.

Oct. 18
The fishing is doing great here in Santa Cruz as you can tell from all the pictures. There were some nice Bluefin caught out near Davenport and 5 Mile. There was a 50 pound Albacore caught on the Bluefin grounds. There were Sea Bass caught in Capitola and in front of the harbor. There were some nice Rock fish and Lingcod caught near 5 Mile and Davenport in 70-110 feet of water. The Bonito fishing was wide open near Pajaro and in front of the Harbor in 120 feet of water. The Bonito are everywhere! The wind was up in the afternoon on the Bluefin grounds. Come get some Squid and get on the Sea Bass!

Oct. 17
The Bluefin fishing was the same for the anglers working from 4 Mile to Davenport in 350-1000 feet of water. There was a 120 pound Opah caught slow trolling Mackrel 100 feet down. The Bluefin that I heard of were all caught 50-100 feet down. The Bonito fishing was wide open around 36'54/122'03. The anglers were trolling Rapalas, Cedar Plugs and Green Tuna Clones for the Bonito. There have been a few Sea Bass caught in front of the Harbor in 70 feet of water. The Sea Bass are being caught in the Mackrel balls. The Rock and Lingcod fishing was wide open at Franklin Point. The wind did not blow today.

Oct. 16
The Bluefin anglers had a hard time locating the main school today but there were a few caught. The Halibut fishing is still going decent for the anglers fishing from 5 Mile down to Natural Bridges. The Rock fishing was slower but the Lingcod were on the bite. There were some nice Sea Bass caught near Capitola. The Bonito fishing was good near the Lighthouse in 120 feet of water and in front of Moss Landing. The wind did blow in the afternoon so come fishing early.

Oct. 15
The fishing for Bluefin was good for some and slow for others today. The fish remain in 400-1000 feet of water from 5 Mile to Davenport. The bite was decent in the morning and when the wind blew in the afternoon the Bluefin started to bite. I ended up with 2 nice Bluefin in the 40 to 50 pound range and we caught both fish in the afternoon. The wind was up in the morning but then it became calm until the afternoon. The inshore fishing remains good for rock fish and Lingcod near Davenport and Franklin Point. The Bonito fishing is wide open near Pajaro for anglers trolling Rapalas and X Raps.

Oct. 14
The inshore fishing for Rock fish was decent around South Rock and Natural Bridges. The swell is still up a little but there were some nice Rock fish caught. There have been some Sea Bass caught in 70-110 feet of water near Davenport and Capitola. There were some nice Bonito caught near Pajaro and Moss Landing. The Bluefin remain hard to find but a few anglers did get lucky today. The anglers are having luck trolling Rapalas, X raps, Cedar Plugs, and Poppers. There are other anglers who are looking for signs of Bluefin and slow trolling live Mackrel on the surface and down deep on down riggers. The weather was flat calm all day long and anglers are still looking for the Bluefin. There were some BLuefin caught in the evening yesterday so you never know what can happen out there. The Opah was caught yesterday 100 feet down.



Oct. 13
The weather was flat calm all day long today. There were some nice Bluefin caught 10-16 miles from Santa Cruz near 5 Mile and Davenport. There was a hundred pound Opah caught slow trolling 6 Miles out of Santa Cruz. There were a few Sea Bas caught in Capitola in 50-70 feet of water near the east reef. It is a good time to come fishing!

Oct. 12
The Bluefin fishing was decent today near 5 Mile and Davenport. There were some boats who caught 1-3 fish. The Bonito fishing was good near the Soquel Hole and near Pajaro. The Rock fishing was slower due to the swell. The wind was down on the inshore in the morning but it was choppy on the Bluefin grounds.

Oct. 11
The Bluefin fishing continues to be good for some and slow for others but some anglers did well today. There were a few boats who had 2-5 Bluefin. The anglers are still working from 3 Mile to Davenport in 300-1,000 feet of water. There were some nice Bluefin caught on Rapalas, Purple Cedar Plugs, Yozuri Sashimi's, and live Mackerel. There were some anglers who did good slow trolling Mackerel on down riggers 50-100 feet down. The weather was nice in the morning but the wind blew in the afternoon. The Rock fishing was good near 4 Mile and Natural Bridges. I did not hear of any Halibut today but there have been some caught over the weekend. The wind is expected to come down according to N.O.A.A.

Oct. 10
The Bluefin fishing turned on today but the wind was up. The fishing was good for most anglers who stuck it out in the wind. There were some scores of 3 Bluefin caught in 300-600 feet of water near 5 Mile and Davenport. The anglers are trolling Rapalas, Yozuri Sashimi, Halco Max 130, and live Mackrel. There were a few Bluefin caught with down rigged Mackrel in the 50-100 foot range. There were a few Bluefin caught drifting Mackrel down 100 feet as well. The Rock fishing was good for the anglers near Natural Bridges. There have been some Sea Bas below Pajaro on the Anchovies balls. There were some nice Bonita caught while looking for Bluefin.

Oct 8-9 Call shop for report!
Oct. 7
The weather was nice today all morning on the tuna grounds but the wind did blow in the afternoon. The anglers caught a few nice Bluefin near Davenport in 350-800 feet of water. The anglers are catching the Bluefin with Rapalas, Yozuri Hydro Mag Minnows, Poppers, Live Deceptions, and Live Mackrel. The anglers have been slow trolling Mackrel on the surface and some are using weights or down riggers to get to the deeper fish. The Rock fishing was great near South Rock. The Lingcod continue to bite near Davenport and 5 Mile along with some big Halibut. There has been some big Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy.

Oct. 5 & 6
The weather has been flat calm for the last two days.
The Bluefin fishing continues to be good for few and hard for others. The bite has been on and off but the Bluefin are in the 30-60 pound range. The anglers are catching the Bluefin on Rapalas, Yozuri Poppers, X Raps, and bait. The Halibut fishing has been good near 4 Mile and Davenport. The Rock fish continue to bite near Natural Bridges and Davenport. Franklin Point has turned on with big Lingcod on the bite!

Oct. 4
The weather was not nice today so most anglers stayed close and caught Rock fish and Lingcod. There were a few Halibut caught near 4 mIle beach. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges. The anglers who fished for Blue fin near Davenport caught a few fish. I heard of a few fish caught on Rapala's and Yozuri Crystal Minnows. There were a few fish caught trolling live Mackrel. The wind was blowing hard in the morning near Davenport but anglers stayed out. The weather improved during the afternoon and things may be better the next few days if N.O.A.A is right.

Oct. 3
The inshore fishing was god for the anglers who worked near Natural Bridges and Davenport for Rock fish. The Lingcod continue to be caught on almost any rock pile you fish. The Halibut are still being caught from 4 mile to Davenport. There have been a few Sea Bass caught near Capitola. The Blue fin fishing was decent for some anglers who fished from Natural Bridges to Davenport in 300-800 feet of water. The anglers are catching the Blue fin on Rapalas, Poppers, Yozuri Crystal Minnow Divers, Squid and Mackrel. The wind was not bad in the morning but it did blow in the mid morning and afternoon. The weather is expected to be better Sunday through Tuesday.

Oct. 2
The Blue fin were biting on Poppers, Rapalas, and bait today. The Bluefin are still in the same area near Davenport and 5 Mile Beach. There were some big Halibut caught up the coast near 5 Mile. The Rock fishing was great at Davenport. The wind was up a little but anglers did fish.

Oct. 1
The Bluefin fishing is still going on near Davenport in 300-800 feet of water. There were some nice fish caught on poppers today. The anglers are having luck finding the jumpers and casting and drifting baits and poppers. The wind was down all day long. The inshore area near the Soquel Hole has been producing quality Bonita. The anglers who fished near Davenport and 5 Mile caught some nice Lingcod and Halibut. There were a few Sea Bass caught near Capitola.

Sept. 29 & 30
The fishing remains the same for the Blue Fin with some anglers catching and others not. There were a few 35-50 pound Blue Fin caught in the same area near Davenport in 300-600 feet of water. The Blue Fin have been finicky possibly due to the moon or the red crabs they are eating. There were some nice Bonito caught near the Soquel Hole. The Halibut continue to bite near 4 MIle and Davenport. There have been a few Sea Bass caught near Capitola. The Rock fishing remains great near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The weather was flat calm yesterday but there is some wind on the Blue Fin grounds.

Sept. 28
There were a good amount of anglers trolling for Blue Fin today in the same area as today. The anglers saw schools of jumpers but had a hard time getting them to bite. I just spoke to a friend who caught a 50 Lb. Blue Fin fly lining a Mackrel into the school. The anglers found a huge school of Bonita in front of Natural Bridges in 90-140 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There were a few Halibut caught near 4 Mile Beach. The Striped Bass continue to bite near Manresa. The water was calm all day long.

Sept. 27
The Blue Fin are still being located around 36'50/122'10, 36'50/122'15, 36'53/122'16, and 36'47/122'28. There was only one Blue Fin caught that I heard of at 36'50/122'15. The angler caught the Blue Fin fly ling a live Mackrel. The water was nice and anglers caught some Bonita at 36'51/122'10. The Sea Bass are still cruising around from the Mile Buoy to Capitola. The Halibut fishing was decent near 4 Mile and 5 Mile. The wind was up in the morning near Davenport and boats that went towards Franklin Point turned around. The Rock fishing was decent near South Rock and Natural Bridges.

Sept. 26
The one boat that went to the weather buoy did not catch any Blue Fin and the water was rough. There were some nice Bonita caught 4 Miles out of Santa Cruz on Zukers, Krocodiles, and Rapala's. The Rock fishing was good close to Santa Cruz but it was windy near Davenport. There were a few Halibut caught near Natural Bridges. There have been a few Sea Bass caught near Capitola in 70-90 feet of water. The winds are expected to be calmer the next few days. There have been some nice Striped Bass caught from New Brighton to Manresa.

Sept. 25
The winds were up today so there are no Blue Fin reports. The inshore fishing was good for Lingcod near Davenport. There were a few Halibut caught near 5 Mile. The winds are expected to slow down over the next few days.

Sept. 24
The wind was up on the Blue Fin grounds but there were a few boats who went fishing. There was one boat who caught a 49 pound Blue Fin around the Weather Buoy at 36'45/12'26. There were not many boats out looking for Tuna. The Blue Fin was caught on a Rapala. The inshore fishing was god for Rock fish and Lingcod near Natural Bridges. The Halibut and Sea Bass continue to be caught near 5 Mile and Davenport in 70-120 feet of water.

Sept. 23
The few boats who went looking for Blue fin around 36'54/12'12 did not find any fish. The new Terra fin shows the water break has moved out near the weather buoy. There was one boat who went out to that area did catch a nice Blue Fin. The Blue Fin was caught at 36'40/122'28. The weather was lumpy but the boats were able to fish there. The inshore Rock fishing was good near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The anglers who fished near 5 Mile and Davenport caught a few Halibut and Sea Bass.

Sept. 21 & 22
There are still a few nice Blue Fin being caught around 36'53/122'12 and 36'55/122'15. There are some nice Bonita being caught in the same area. The Blue Fin and and Bonita are being caught on Purple and Natural Cedar and Rapala's. The wind was up around 10:00 in the morning on the Blue Fin grounds but you could fish in it. The Halibut and Sea Bass are still being caught in 70- 100 feet of water near 5 Mile and Davenport. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges.

Sept. 20 Evening Update!
There is one boat who found jumpers at 36'54/122'12 and stopped on the way in. They trolled around for 10 minutes and caught a 50 pound Blue Fin on a Rapala. There are jumpers in the area and they are trying to catch another fish.
There were a few boats who went out looking for Blue Fin 20-40 miles out of Santa Cruz. The anglers did not find any Blue Fin today. The Rock fishing was good from Davenport to Natural Bridges. The Mile Buoy is still producing some nice Rock fish. There were a few Halibut and Sea Bass caught near Davenport and 5 mile. The wind was down all day.

Sept. 19
The anglers who worked near Natural Bridges and South Rock found some nice Rock fish and Lingcod. There were some big Lingcod caught near Franklin Point. There have been some decent scores of Halibut and Sea Bas being caught from 4 mile to Davenport in 70-100 feet of water. The anglers are using Squid and Mackrel for the Halibut and Sea Bas. There have been some big fish caught so make sure you have new hooks and leader. There were not any boats out looking for Blue fin that I spoke to today. The weather was nice all morning but the wind did blow up the coast in the afternoon.

Sept. 18
The inshore fishing was good today for the anglers who worked up the coast. The anglers are finding some big Halibut and Sea Bass up the coast from 4 mIle to Davenport in 60-90 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and South Rock. The wind is expected to stay down for the next few days and the swell is dropping. No one that I know of went looking for Blue Fin.

Sept. 17
The wind was up on the outside so I did not hear of any boats looking for Blue Fin. The anglers who worked up the coast for Halibut and Sea Bass had a hard time due to wind. The wind was decent early in the morning but it blew hard around 10:00. The anglers fished from 4 Mile down to Natural Bridges and caught a few Halibut and Lingcod. There were a few Lingcod caught at South Rock and Natural Bridges. The swell is not big but the wind has been blowing so come early. There have been some big Halibut and Sea Bass caught up the coast so come fishing.

Sept. 16
The anglers who went looking for Blue fin today did not have any luck. The anglers looked from the weather buoy down to 36'34/122'25. There were some boats who looked around from 36'40/122'05 to 36'38/122'18 and did not have any luck. The cold to hot water edge looks like it has moved but anglers did say they saw jumpers. The water is warm from the 122'05 line all the way out to the 122'30. We are hoping the fish are around and they just were not on the bite. The water near the 601 does look good for Blue Fin. The wind was up a little in the morning but it never became bad all day. There were some inshore anglers fishing for Halibut from 4 Mile to Scott's Creek. The bite was slower for Halibut today but there were some nice fish caught. The Lingcod and Rock fish were on the bite near South Rock and Natural Bridges. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy.

Sept. 14-15
The inshore fishing is still going good for Lingcod and Rock fish near 4 Mile Beach and the Mile Buoy. There have been a few Halibut caught from 5 Mile to Davenport since the swell dropped. There are a few boats who are going to go looking for Blue Fin in the morning. The weather is expected to be good all morning Wednesday.

Sept. 13 Evening Report!
There was a Blue fin caught at 36'33/122'23. The angler only caught one Blue fin in sloppy conditions.
Morning report
There were a few anglers who went looking for the Blue fin in the windy conditions. The anglers found birds, bait, whales, and blue water but they did not hook any fish that I heard of. There was one boat who came into Moss Landing yesterday with a 50 pound Blue Fin from the same area. The fish may have been off the bite or the concentration is not huge yet. The anglers were having a hard time keeping their long lines straight due to the wind. The inshore action continued to produce Lingcod and Rock fish from the Mile Buoy to Franklin Point. There were a few nice Halibut caught near 4 Mile beach. There have been some nice Striped Bass caught near Manresa. The wind was not bad on the inshore waters.

Sept. 12
The Rock fishing was good near Natural Bridges and 5 Mile Beach. The Lingcod fishing was great at Franklin Point. The winds were up in the morning but it was fishable. The boats that looked for Blue fin got out to the warm water but the wind and swell made the conditions ugly. The boats that went for the Tuna came home early. There were some nice Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy on fresh dead Squid. The wind is expected to be less Sunday.

Sept. 11
BLUEFIN HAVE BEEN CAUGHT 28 MILES FROM SANTA CRUZ!
There was one boat out looking for tuna and ended up catching 2 of the 4 Blue fin he hooked. They lost one due to a tangle and another shook the Cedar Plug. The Blue fin were 25-40 pound fish. The fish were caught at 36'34/122'18. The weather was a little windy but there are some fish there. There is a good chance you could chum up the Blue fin with some Fresh Squid or Sardines!
The weather is calm here in Santa Cruz and the fishing is improving!

Sept. 10
The Rock fishing was little better near 4 Mile and 5 Mile Beach. There have been some nice Halibut caught near Davenport in 60-80 feet of water. The Lingcod fishing continues to be the best at Franklin Point but anglers are still finding good Lingcod near Natural Bridges. There have been a few Sea Bas caught near Mile Buy and Capitola. The winds have been down in the morning but the south swell is still here. The swell is expected to come down through out the weekend.

Sept. 9
The fishing for Rock fish was better up at Franklin Point and near Davenport today. There were a few anglers who fished near Natural Bridges that caught some Vermillion's and Lingcod. The swell is still here but it did get smaller. The winds were down in the morning but it did blow in the afternoon.

Sept. 8
The Rock fishing started to get better now that the swell has dropped. The anglers found some nice Rock fish and Lingcod near 4 Mile and Natural Bridges. The Halibut fishing should start to get better this week. The Sea Bas are still being caught near the Mile Buoy and Capitola. The winds are light until 1:00.

Sept. 6 & 7
The fishing for Rock fish was slower due to the swell that has stirred things up. The anglers near Franklin Point did good on the Lingcod but the Rock fish were hard to find. The Sea Bass are still being caught near the Mile Buoy and towards Capitola in 60-90 feet of water. The Sea Bass are feeding on Mackrel and there are some Barracuda in the mix. The winds are down but the swell is up. I have not heard of many Halibut due to the swell. The best Rock fishing was near Natural Bridges and South Rock.

Sept. 5
The fishing was slower today up the coast near 4 Mile and 5 Mile beach. There were better scores near Natural Bridges and South Rock in 70-90 feet of water. There were a few Halibut caught near Capitola and the Cement Ship. The swell made the fishing a little slower but the wind did not blow hard. There were a few nice Salmon caught near Aldo's on the west jetty. The swell is expected to stay the same but the winds are down.

Sept. 4
There were only a few boats out looking for fish today so the reports were spotty. The few anglers I spoke with caught some nice Lingcod and Rock fish near Natural Bridges and 3 Mile. The area near South Rock produced some nice Rock fish when the current switched mid morning. There have been a few Halibut caught near 5 Mile. There has been a few Striped Bas caught near the Cement Ship. The Salmon fishing was a little better on the west jetty today. There were a good amount of Salmon caught on Fish Pills and Pink Worms. The wind was up in the afternoon and is expected to be the same so come early.

Sept. 3
The inshore fishing was the best bet today. The Lingcod and Rock fishing was good near South Rock and Natural Bridges. There were a few Halibut caught near 4 Mile beach in 50-70 feet of water. There are some Sea Bass cruising around from the Mile Buoy down to Capitola. There was some good Sand Dabs caught near Pajaro. The wind did come up early in the mid morning and is expected to be the same so come early.

Sept. 2
The fishing was decent for Lingcod and Rock fish near South Rock and Natural Bridges. There have been a few Halibut caught near 4 Mile and 5 Mile Beach. There were a few Sea Bass caught near Pleasure Point in 60-80 feet of water. The wind was down all morning but it did pick up in the afternoon. The swell is staying for a few days at 3-4 feet.

Sept. 1
Day Off

Aug. 31
The wind stayed down today and the swell slowly faded through out the day. There were a few boats who fished for Halibut and Lingcod near 4 Mile and 5 Mile Beach. The Rock fishing was god near South Rock and Natural Bridges. The wind is expected to stay down for the next few days. There were a few nice Salmon caught on the west jetty.

Aug. 30
The inshore fishing was a little slower today due to the swell that hit today. There were a few Halibut caught near 4 Mile and 5 Mile beach in 70-90 feet of water. The Lingcod fishing was decent near Davenport and Natural Bridges. The wind sis come up in the mid morning so come fishing.

Aug. 29
The inshore bite remains good for Rock fish and Lingcod up the coast near 3 Mile to Davenport. There were some nice Sea Bass caught near 3 Mile Beach in 70-90 feet of water. The Halibut are still being caught from Natural Bridges to Davenport in 60-90 feet of water. The Salmon are still being caught on the west jetty. The wind has been down in the morning but there is a little swell. The wind is expected to blow in the afternoon so come early.

Aug. 28
The fishing was a little slower today near Natural Bridges and South Rock. The anglers had the best luck near 4 Mile and 5 Mile Beach for Rock fish, Lingcod, and Halibut. The anglers who ran to Franklin Point caught big Lingcod and Vermillion. The Salmon are still being caught on the west jetty on Pink Mad River Worms. The swell is down and the winds are staying down until noon so come early.

Aug. 27
The wind stayed down all morning but there was some in afternoon. There were some big Lingcod caught near Franklin Point. The Halibut are still being caught from 4 mile to Scott's Creek. There were a few Halibut caught near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse. The Salmon are still being caught on the west jetty. The wind is expected to stay down for the weekend so come fishing.

Aug. 26
The weather conditions are perfect here in Santa Cruz and it looks like it is going to stay that way for a few more days. The Rock fishing remains great near Natural Bridges and South Rock. There were some nice Halibut caught between Natural Bridges and Davenport in 50-75 feet of water. There have been a few Sea Bass caught near the Cement Ship in Capitola. There have not been many anglers looking for Salmon so reports are no existent. There have been a few Salmon caught on the west jetty on Mad River Pink Worms.

Aug. 25
The weather was nice all morning but there was some afternoon wind. The anglers found some good action on Lingcod and Rock fish near 4 Mile and 5 Mile beach. There were a few Halibut caught up the coast in 50-70 feet of water. The South Rock and Natural Bridges area continues to produce nice Rock fish and Lingcod. The bigger Lingcod are being caught near Franklin Point. There have been a few Sea Bass caught below Capitola near Manresa and Pajaro. There have been no reports of Salmon due to lack of anglers trying near the Soquel Hole and 5 Mile. There have been some nice Salmon caught on Pink Mad River Worms on the west jetty.

Aug. 24
The water is flat calm and the same fish are still biting. There was a Yellow Tail caught in 80 feet of water near Davenport and Scott's Creek. There have been some god Halibut caught up that way as well. The Rock fishing was wide open at Franklin Point and good at Natural Bridges. No Albacore caught by the boats who went to the Sur Canyon and beyond. There were jumpers seen near the weather buoy but I suspect they were Bonita because there have been some caught near Monterey.

Aug. 23
The inshore fishing is what most anglers are concentrating on now in Santa Cruz. There have been great scores of Rock fish and Lingcod at Franklin Point, Davenport, and 4 Mile Beach. The area near South Rock and Natural Bridges did produce some nice Rock fish and Lingcod as well. There were a few Halibut caught at 4 Mile Beach, Natural Bridges, and the Lighthouse. There were not many anglers looking for Salmon that I heard of. There have been a few nice Salmon caught on the jetty on the Mad River Pink Worms. The Striped Bass are still being caught in the late evening near Manresa. There are some Squid Balls up the coast and there may be some Sea Bass feeding in those areas. There were a few boats looking for Albacore near the Big Sur Canyon and the weather buoy but the did not hook up. One of the boats is going to keep looking out towards the Davidson for a few days so we hope to have a report in a day or two. The weather is flat calm and should be the same for Monday.

Aug. 22
The fishing was good for Rock fish and Lingcod today. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and Natural Bridges. The anglers who went to Franklin Point had great scores of big Lingcod and Rock fish. There were a few Salmon caught in the shallow water near Natural Bridges. The Jetty is still producing a few nice Salmon on Mad River Pink Worms. The water is flat calm so come fishing.

Aug. 21
Off sick sorry

Aug. 20
The fishing remains the same here in Santa Cruz. The best bet is inshore Halibut, Lingcod, and Rock fish. The anglers were able to catch a few nice Halibut near the Mile Buoy and the Lighthouse today. There were some nice Lingcod and Rock fish caught near Natural Bridges in 90 feet of water. The anglers who went up the coast near Franklin Point caught some big Lingcod and Rock fish. There were some nice Salmon caught on the jetty.

Aug. 19
The weather was great today and the anglers who went to Franklin Point had big Lingcod and Rock fish. The inshore fishing near Natural Bridges and South Rock was good for Vermillion's and Lingcod. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and Capitola. The Salmon are still being caught on the bottom near 4 Mile Beach and on the edge of the Soquel Hole. The Sea Bass are being illusive since the Squid balls have spawned out. This full moon on the Aug. 29 should get things started again. There was a 25 Lb. Salmon caught on the jacks along with some other nice Salmon!

Aug. 18
The inshore bite for Rock fish and Lingcod continues to be the best bet here in Santa Cruz. There were some great scores of big Lingcod caught in calm water at Franklin Point. The Rock fishing remains good near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse. There were a few Halibut caught near Capitola and the Mile Buoy. The Salmon are still being caught on the Jetty and near 5 Mile Beach on the bottom. The winds were down due to the fog.

Aug. 17
The inshore bite has been going great here for Lingcod and Rock fish. The Halibut are still being caught near the Lighthouse and the Mile Buoy in 50-70 feet of water. The Salmon are still near 5 Mile to Davenport near the bottom in 250 feet of water. The wind was down all morning and afternoon due to the fog that has been lingering. The weather looks great for Tuesday so come fishing. There have been a few Salmon caught on the jetty.

Aug. 16
The inshore bite was great for Rock fish and Lingcod at Franklin Point. The Lingcod were on the bite at Natural Bridges and South Rock along with some quality Rock fish. The Halibut was slower today but there were a few caught near the Lighthouse and the Mile Buoy. The Salmon were not caught because no one was trying for them that I heard of. There have been some nice Striped Bass caught near Manresa on Poppers and Kastmasters. There have been a few Salmon caught on the jetty. The Sea Bass are still cruising around near Capitola and Pajaro in 60-90 feet of water. The wind was blowing in the morning near Santa Cruz but it settled down and up the coast was nice.

Aug. 15
The Salmon fishing was slow today near 5 Mile and Davenport. The inshore fishing is still the best bet here in Santa Cruz. The anglers are catching some nice Halibut on the west side of Santa Cruz and near the Mile Buoy in 50-70 feet of water. There were some good scores of Halibut caught near the Cement Ship. The Rock fishing was great at Franklin Point with limits of Lingcod and Rock fish being reported from the Mega Bite Charters. The Natural Bridges area is still producing some nice Rock fish and Lingcod. There were some nice Sea Bass caught near Manresa in 70-80 feet of water on the Squid balls. The wind was not bad at all today there was just a little wind swell.

Aug. 14
The fishing for Salmon is still slow but there were some Salmon caught in 240 feet of water near Davenport. There were some big Halibut caught today near the Mile Buoy and on the west side of Santa Cruz. The area near 5 Mile is producing some nice Lingcod and Halibut in 50-80 feet of water. The Capitola area has been a little slower but there have been some Sea Bass caught there. The wind was down all morning but it did blow in the afternoon. The winds are expected top be about 10 knots for the weekend so come fishing early.

Aug. 13
The fishing conditions were perfect today. There were some boats who ran up to Franklin Point and had great action on Lingcod and Rock fish. There were some decent scores of Halibut caught near 5 Mile beach and the Mile Buoy. There was some Squid near Manresa and anglers are catching a few Sea Bass and Halibut in that area. The Salmon fishing was slower but some anglers did catch some fish in 240-300 feet of water near Davenport . The Salmon are still being caught near the bottom on Blue Kajikis near Davenport. The Salmon are still being caught on the jetty on Pink Worms and Mad River Fish Pills.


Aug. 12
The fishing on the inshore is the best bet here in Santa Cruz. There were some nice Sea Bass caught near Pleasure Point and Capitola in 70-90 feet of water. The Halibut are still being caught by anglers trolling the flats near Manresa and Pajaro. There were a few nice Halibut caught near 4 Mile and 5 Mile beaches today. There were a few Salmon caught near the bottom in 250 feet of water off 5 Mile. The Rock fishing remains greta near the Lighthouse and Natural Bridges. There were some more Salmon that showed up in the harbor due to the influx of Anchovies. Anglers are catching the Salmon on Mad River Worms and Fish Pills. The water was calm all morning until the fog lifted around 2:30. There have been a few Striped Bas near Blacks Point in the evenings when the bait pushes in. We should have fresh Squid in the late afternoon Thursday.

Aug. 11
The fishing was decent for Halibut today near 5 Mile Beach and the Mile Buoy. The Rock fishing was great near Natural Bridges and South Rock. There were a few Salmon caught near 5 Mile in 240 feet of water on the bottom. The wind was down all morning but it is blowing hard in the afternoon.

Aug. 10
The inshore bite was the best bet today due to the small swell and no wind early in the morning. The anglers did find some nice Halibut near 4 Mile beach in 60-90 feet of water. The Halibut are also being caught near Capitola down to Manresa along with a few Sea Bass. There were a few Salmon caught in 240 feet of water near 5 Mile Beach. The Salmon are still being caught on the bottom. The Rock fish and Lingcod is doing great near Natural Bridges and 4 Mile Beach in 50-70 feet of water. The wind did come up early but it should be better on Tuesday.

Aug. 9
The Salmon bite is still happening near 4 Mile beach in 240 feet of water. The few anglers are catching some fish near the bottom. There were some nice Halibut caught near 4 Mile and 5 Mile beach. There were a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy in 40-70 feet of water. The Rock fishing was good up the coast near Natural Bridges. The Salmon are still being caught on the jetty on Pink worms. The wind was down all morning but it did blow in the afternoon.

Aug. 8
The few anglers who tried for Salmon did end up catching a few fish in 240 feet of water near 4 Mile Beach. The Salmon are still being caught on the bottom with bait and Blue Kajikis. The Rock fishing was great up at Franklin Point and 4 Mile Beach. The area near Natural Bridges and the Lighthouse has been producing big Vermillion's, Olives, and Lingcod. There were a few nice Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and off Pleasure Point in 50-80 feet of water. The Sea Bass fishing was slower today near Capitola. There have been some nice Salmon being caught off the Jetty on Mad River Fish Pills and worms. The wind was down all morning and it looks like it will be the same for a few days.

Aug. 7
The fishing for Salmon is still slow but there are some boats catching some nice Salmon in 180 feet of water near 5 Mile beach. The anglers who fished for Rock fish near the Lighthouse and Natural Bridges had limits. The Lingcod continue to bite even in the sandy spots. There were some nice Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and near Capitola. There were a few Sea Bass caught near Pleasure Point on fresh dead Squid on the bottom first thing in the morning. The weather was flat calm all day. There were a few Salmon caught on the Jetty on Pink Worms and Fish Pills. There were some Striped Bass caught in the harbor on Kastmasters.

Aug. 6
The inshore fishing remains the best thing to do here in Santa Cruz. There are still a few Salmon being caught in 220-270 feet of water near 4 Mile Beach. The Halibut are still being caught near the Mile Buoy, Capitola, and near 4 Mile beach. The Halibut are being caught in 50-70 feet of water. The Rock fishing was great today near the Lighthouse and Natural Bridges in 50-90 feet of water. There have been a few Sea Bass caught near Capitola and Pajaro. The wind was down all morning and stayed nice for most of the day. There is no swell and the Halibut are on the bite. Stop by and get some fresh Squid and get some Halibut!

Aug. 5
The Rock fishing remains the best bet here in Santa Cruz. There were some nice Lingcod caught near Natural Bridges and South Rock. The Halibut fishing is getting better now that the swell is down. The Halibut are being caught near the Mile Buoy and up near 4 Mile. The Salmon are being caught in 200-270 feet of water from 3 Mile Beach to Davenport. The Salmon are being caught near the bottom. The Sea Bass fishing was slower yesterday but they have been biting every other day it seems. The wind was down all morning but there was a afternoon breeze around noon. We hope to get some fresh dead Squid Thursday.

Aug. 4
The Salmon are still being caught by a few lucky anglers near the Soquel Hole and up near 5 Mile Beach in 200 feet of water. The Halibut were on the bite near the Mile Buoy and on the west side of Santa Cruz. The Rock fishing remains great near Natural Bridges and up near Franklin Point. The Sea Bass are still being caught in the evening. The wind was down all morning.

Aug. 3
The Salmon fishing was still slow but there were a few fish caught in 100-150 feet of water near the east edge of the Soquel Hole. There were some fish caught in 200 feet of water on the west edge of the Hole near the bottom. The Halibut fishing was good near the Mile Buoy and down near Manresa. The Rock fish and Lingcod were on the bite near Scott's Creek. The Sea Bas continue to be caught from Aptos down to Pajaro in 60-80 feet of water. The wind was down in the morning but it did blow in the afternoon.

Aug. 2
The Salmon fishing was slower near the Soquel Hole but there were a few fish caught in the shallow water in 70-100 feet. There were some nice Salmon caught on the Mad River Pink Worms and Fish Pills on the jetty. The Halibut fishing is still getting better now that the swell is down. There were some nice Halibut caught near 5 Mile Beach, Natural Bridges, Mile Buoy, and near Manresa. The anglers who are drifting Squid from Capitola to Pajaro are finding some big Sea Bass. The Rock fishing was great near Natural Bridges and Davenport. The Lingcod were on the bite near the Mile Buoy and South Rock. The wind was down in the morning but it did blow hard in the afternoon. We hope to get some fresh Squid Monday or Tuesday.

Aug. 1
The bite is getting better here in Santa Cruz now that the swell is down. The anglers are finding some great Rock fish and Lingcod up near Franklin Point and Davenport. There were some big Rock fish caught near 4 Mile and Natural Bridges. The Salmon fishing was slower today. The Sea Bass

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