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Sport Fishing in California

Friday, July 12th, 2013

The hardest thing to do while sport fishing in California is deciding on where to go. There are a plethora of destinations to choose from and fishing locations all over the waters. The best thing to do is know what you want to fish for before you go. Then of course deciding if you want to take a deep sea fishing trip or regular charter where the fish are plentiful.

Places like the San Francisco Bay have both private and group charters available to catch various Salmon, Rock Cod, and Albacore Tuna. Even though the trip is geared around sport fishing, the scenery is also unbelievable. At times you’ll find see of the most astonishing whale and bird expeditions around. So be sure to take the camera along for the ride.

For those of you who love to fly fish, Southern California gives you the opportunity to taken in some sport fishing along the coastal lines. If you like to eat what you catch, surf fishing is a great experience around the San Diego and Mission Bay. During the spring time you can find some of the biggest Halibut the area has to offer. However, the fish of choice around these parts is the Corbina which many anglers compare to the Texas Redfish.

California sport fishing isn’t complete until you’ve tackled some of the areas in the Northern region. The “Lost Coast” definitely completes the angler’s dream within Shelter Cove. Since the area is predominantly secluded, the fish have had years to lurk underneath the waters. Leaving you to catch large Black Rockfish and Stripers all over.

It really doesn’t matter where you go in California, each location can give you an experience like no other. Northern, Southern, and Central areas all have their uniqueness so if you travel to one area, put the other two on your to do list. California sport fishing will not only be a great time it will also give you many memories to reminisce about for years to come.

The Best Places to Travel in California

Friday, July 12th, 2013

La Jolla California is a favorite destination for vacationers who come and stay during the long cold winter months. Most locals consider the weather to be one of the mildest in the nation. Not too hot in summer and mild in winter. Walk along Prospect Street and enjoy a great selection of quaint stores and art galleries. Just a heartbeat from the luxurious hotels are world-class shopping and excellent restaurants. As you walk along the pathways at edge of the ocean you can see swimmers, deep-sea divers, surfers and some fishing boats all enjoying the outdoors. Listen to the waves crashing down while you picnic and play ball. This park is a popular venue for romantic La Jolla weddings.

The Torrey Pines Golf Course is home to the PGA circuit and some of the holes on the course overlook the shimmering Pacific ocean. It is also one of the most scenic golf courses on the California coastline – and one of the nation’s premier municipal golf facilities.

Outdoor Hiking and San Diego beaches are the places to be if you’re an outdoors enthusiast. Torrey Pines State Park has trails of varying degrees and you can walk all the way down to the beach or remain high on the mountain-top and enjoy a more leisurely pace. If you look into the distance you may see whale spouts as they head down the coast to Baja Mexico for the winter. Take a hat and sun glasses, also a swim suit if you want to enjoy the beach down there but I should warn you it’s a long hike back up!

The village is a great place to hike – from the north end of Prospect walking south to the Children’s Pool. There is on-going discussion about this pool as the seals have decided this is a good spot to hang out. The city has closed the pool in order to protect the seals, not sure what the status is on that.

Just south of La Jolla Shores you will find a hillside path between the luxurious homes and the ocean. From this path you will have fabulous views of the Shores beach and also a place to see people in their kayaks making their way to The Cove. If the water is calm enough you will see them go into the cover itself. It’s risky, but there are always the “risk takers”. I’ve seen people scramble out of their kayaks and climb onto the rocks to safety, coming away with cuts and scratches.

La Jolla Kayaks in the Shores is a water enthusiast’s destination. La Jolla Shores is quaint and has a number of stores that cater for the discerning traveler. You can rent Stand Up Paddle Boards and La Jolla Scuba Diving has all you need to scout the marine life. This is all just a short walk to the beach. Birch Aquarium is very close by and a great attraction for those with an inquisitive nature for ocean creatures.

Hire a bicycle and pedal your way through the Village. Get out in the beautiful San Diego sunshine and take in the coastal scenery of the caves and the cove. Visitors can enjoy the outdoors and meet up with locals to talk about the lifestyle La Jolla offers. The city of San Diego is a few minutes south to enjoy Old Town and Petco Ball Park. Sea World and the famous San Diego Zoo are just a few of the other attractions downtown.