During the trip on the Southern California waters, guests can spend time admiring picturesque views and catching fish, such as bass or tuna
About This Deal
- Shared outing
- Service restrictions: Younger than 18 must be accompanied by a guardian.
- Dates and times:
- What to bring:
rod, reel, and tackle, or rent onsite for an additional $18; some trips also require purchasing additional tackle for $3-$10
15- to 20-pound test line and a mix of hook sizes including 1, 2, 1/0, and 2/0, as well as a mix of 1/8-ounce to 8-ounce weights
- Fishing license required on the fishing boat (if clients do not have one, it will be available for purchase)
What you might catch: bass, yellowtail, mackerel, assorted rockfish, halibut, barracuda, bonito, and tuna
Where you’ll fish: waters outside Dana Point Harbor
At the snack bar: beverages, snacks, and hot sandwiches available for purchase
- Fish cleaning available? yes (for an additional charge of $0.50- $1 per fish- cash only)
About Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching
Dana Wharf Whale Watching's expert crews and skippers glide their watercrafts on the open seas to soak up sunshine while searching for rare and endangered whales as they migrate south to avoid tax season. Expert captains steer crafts through frothy spumes and narrate each trip, educating passengers on the abundant life beneath the glassy waters. Guests can treat their eyes to breathtaking views of the scenic Orange County coastline and the beautiful Pacific ocean while surveying the seascape for natural wildlife. Voyagers can either venture into the boat's full-service galley for a hot meal or bring their own food and non-alcoholic drinks to stave off hunger and resist eating the ocean's jagged, hamburger-shape coral.