Fishing in Aliso Viejo


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  • Laguna Niguel Lake
    While seated in a boat on Laguna Niguel Lake, visitors feast their eyes on the surrounding rolling hills and lush forestry of Orange County's Laguna Niguel Regional Park. However, most of their attention should be paid to the 44-acre lake itself. Beneath the water swim bass, bluegill, crappie, and more, all stocked by the friendly and knowledgeable fishing staff. These same staffers also supply fishermen with permits, poles, and bait, as well as easy-to-operate electric trolling motor boats equipped with life jackets, anchors, and padded seats. Though all share the same lake, visitors can embark on fishing adventures in multiple ways. In addition to boats, they can angle for carp from the lakeside, which features amenities including grills, picnic tables, and nearby restrooms. They can also bob across the water in single-person float tubes. Along the way, they'll take in the area's natural beauty, breathing in the scent of lush trees and spying wildlife including ducks and geese in their natural habitats. Once they're done, they can retire to the concession building, where snacks, beverages, and ice cream await.
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    28241 La Paz Rd.
    Laguna Niguel, CA US
  • Dana Wharf Whale Watching
    Dana Wharf Whale Watching's expert crews and skippers glide their watercrafts on the open seas so visitors can 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. Voyagers can either venture into the boat's full-service galley for a hot meal or bring their own food and nonalcoholic drinks to stave off hunger and resist eating the ocean's jagged, hamburger-shaped coral.
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    34675 Golden Lantern
    Dana Point, CA US
  • Lani Fishing
    Reservations/Appointments: Required Established: 2014 Staff Size: 3 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Handicap Accessible: Yes Brands Used: Lani Fishing Recommended Age Group: All Ages Pro Tip: Enjoy being outdoors and have an interest in fishing different techniques. Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fly fishing the simple way with Tenkara. Q&A with Chris Carter, Owner When and how did you first develop a passion for your work? I started fishing as a little kid using a bamboo cane pole. I saw an older fellow using the first spinning rod that I had ever seen and said to myself, "Someday I am going to have one of those." I have enjoyed fishing in salt water and fresh water my whole life. I decided to start this business trying different methods of fishing. The Tenkara method was so simple to do, so I knew others of any age would enjoy it, and people that have a physical disability would also have fun with it. There is no reel involved. As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected? As we go through life, I have found that sometimes going back to simpler methods of doing something you enjoy is actually a lot more fun and brings out the kid in you. It is important to share with others when you find something so enjoyable, especially in these times we live in. Have you ever been a patron of your own business? If so, what was the most enjoyable part? Seeing the happiness of others. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Tenkara fly fishing consists of a rod, line, and a fly?a very simple method of fly fishing that almost anyone can enjoy doing, even with those with some physical disabilities.
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    26805 Calle Real
    Dana Point, CA US
  • Jig Stop Tackle
    Everyone needs an amazing travel agent to help advocate for their vacation success. Check out Jig Stop Tackle in Dana Point for your vacation needs. There are plenty of parking options located within the area, making it easy for drivers to find quick and safe parking. Your next great vacation is just a phone call away! Check out Jig Stop Tackle in Dana Point today.
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    34186 Pacific Coast Hwy
    Dana Point, 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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    2313 Plaza A La Playa
    San Clemente, CA US
  • Davey's Locker Sportfishing
    The sailors at Davey's Locker cruise the seas off California all year round, but it's hard to imagine they ever get bored. They're too busy taking passengers on all kinds of maritime adventures. On cruises, guests can try to spot up to 10,000 migrating gray, finback, and blue whales, as well as dolphins and other aquatic wildlife. Sunset or evening cruises promise breathtaking views, and July Fourth fireworks cruises celebrate our independence from the tyranny of the metric system. Additionally, new and experienced anglers alike can nab catches from yellowtails to barracudas on deep-sea fishing trips. The company's well-equipped ships keep passengers comfortable with amenities such as large indoor salons, full bars, and sun decks. All cruises depart from Newport Bay, and at Christmas time, the spot twinkles with lights as the famed Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade commences.
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    400 Main St.
    Newport Beach, CA US

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