Fishing in Paramount


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  • Pierpoint Landing
    They're out there somewhere. White sea bass. Captain Allyn Watson hunts the elusive fish aboard The Dreamer, a 46? vessel that cruises the Pacific at speeds of up to 15 knots. He knows the waters well; after all, it?s that expert knowledge that helped him placed first in Hubbs Sea World Research Foundation's white sea bass competition for seven consecutive years. He's not alone this time, however. Today, Captain Watson?s accompanied by a faithful crew and a group of passengers, each armed with a fishing pole and a hunger for seaward adventure. As they drop anchor in the middle of calm waters, lines fly from all sides of the boat. It?s a bad afternoon to be a sea bass. Allyn Watson is just one of the independent captains who works out of Pierpoint Landing. There, their eight boats occupy spots at the docks, ready to carry groups on fishing adventures that can last anywhere from a few hours to weeks at a time. Aboard the 75? Toronado, Captain Ray Lagmay and up to 49 passengers take overnight trips to catch barracuda, rockfish, and other targets. Meanwhile, the Southern Cal and its leaders, Captain Ryan and Captain Mitch, snag similar fish during shorter, half-day trips.
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    200 Aquarium Way
    Long Beach, CA US
  • South Bay Cruises
    Fishing, whale watching, scuba diving?there are lots of reasons to take to the ocean. Whatever your quest, the stalwart captains at South Bay Cruises have a vessel for the occasion. There's the Tern, a crabbing-ready 30-footer with a 25-knot top speed, and the Ahra-Ahn, a long-range explorer that can sleep 32. The Shoreliner is a converted luxury transport that can bear her passengers to Catalina in style, and the Liberty is perfect for harbor cruises, with a capacity for up to 110. On the other end of the spectrum is the sturdy little Meme, small enough for an intimate fishing trip and speedy enough to ding-dong ditch other boats.
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    555 Pico Ave.
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Berth 55 Fish Market and Seafood Deli
    Long Beach Sportsfishing's experienced captains cater to anglers looking for a bit of a challenge. In addition to prey such as white fish and calico bass, they also target tougher creatures, such as the toothy, notoriously ill-tempered barracuda. To aid in the hunt, they manage a fleet of five charter-ready vessels. This includes the Eldorado, which takes passengers on overnight trips into the scenic waters of Catalina Island on quests to fill its coolers and round out its fish counts and the Native Sun, which focuses on the local waters of the Southern California coastline. Free parking is available directly adjacent to the dock.
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    555 Pico Ave.
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Stick Docs
    Stick Docs is LA's one and only Snowboard tune up, rental and surfboard sing repair service that will pick up & drop off door to door to your home, office or just about anywhere. we save you time and the hassle of driving to the shop get your boards fixed. Convenience is only a click or a call away.
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    11103 West Olympic Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar
    Fresh fare can be found at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. The menu at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is loaded with gluten-free and low-fat options. Enjoy a drink with your dinner — 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more. 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. Big groups always enjoy coming to 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar. 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting). Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code. You can also serve food from 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar at your next party — the restaurant offers catering. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is centrally located near many parking lot options. Your tab at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar will usually run to about $30 per guest.
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    141 W 22nd St
    San Pedro, CA US
  • First String Sportfishing
    First String Sportfishing sails the open seas off of Southern California, taking passengers on both fishing voyages and educational marine tours. Its largest boat, First String, can hold up to 147 people for its whale-watching tours. On board the 93-foot boat, you?ll find two 9-ton fish holds, two radars, a large-screen television, and a dolphin-to-English dictionary. First String Sportfishing?s other boats depart for both Californian and Mexican waters on fishing excursions. These trips typically yield shallow-water rockfish such as Sculpin and Whitefish and larger varieties including yellowtail and barracuda.
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    1200 Nagoya Way., Berth 77
    San Pedro, CA US
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