Fishing in Costa Mesa


Freelance Sportfishing: Full-Day 10-Hour Fishing Trip with Optional Meal for Kids or Adults from Freelance Sportfishing (Up to 51% Off)

Full-Day 10-Hour Fishing Trip with Optional Meal for Kids or Adults from Freelance Sportfishing (Up to 51% Off)

Freelance Sportfishing

Newport Beach

Deep-sea fishing trips take groups to fish the waters off Catalina Island for halibut, yellowtail, sea bass, and more

$95 $47

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Davey's Locker Sportfishing: Catalina or Coastal Sport-Fishing Trip for 1 or 2 Adults or 1 Junior from Davey's Locker (Up to 52% Off)

Catalina or Coastal Sport-Fishing Trip for 1 or 2 Adults or 1 Junior from Davey's Locker (Up to 52% Off)

Davey's Locker Sportfishing

Newport Beach

Fish for yellowtail, white sea bass, calico bass, barracuda, sheephead, sculpin, and bonito off the Catalina Island coast

$71 $35

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Laguna Niguel Lake: Fishing for Two with Pole Rental, Permits, Bait, and Optional Boat Rental at Laguna Niguel Lake (Up to 50% Off)

Fishing for Two with Pole Rental, Permits, Bait, and Optional Boat Rental at Laguna Niguel Lake (Up to 50% Off)

Laguna Niguel Lake

Laguna Niguel

Fish for bass, bluegill, crappie, and catfish lakeside with provided permits, poles, and bait, or set out for three hours on a rented boat

$68 $35

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Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching: Five- or Nine-Hour Fishing Trip for One from Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching (Up to 50% Off)

Five- or Nine-Hour Fishing Trip for One from Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching (Up to 50% Off)

Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching

Dana Point

Fish for seasonal catches such as bass, yellowtail, rockfish, and more during 1/2 or 3/4-day excursions

$46 $23

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Long Beach Marina Sport Fishing: $27 for Half-Day Fishing Trip for One ($45 value)

$27 for Half-Day Fishing Trip for One ($45 value)

Long Beach Marina Sport Fishing

Alamitos Bay Landing

Angle for yellowtail, rockfish, and snapper on a fun, open-water fishing trip that departs at 10 a.m. and returns at 4 p.m. daily

$45 $27

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Pierpoint Landing: $24for a Half-Day Fishing Trip from Pierpoint Landing ($45Value)

$24for a Half-Day Fishing Trip from Pierpoint Landing ($45Value)

Pierpoint Landing

Rainbow Harbor

The crew of the Southern Cal takes anglers on a half-day trip in search of bass, barracuda, and other fish

$45 $24

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  • Daveys Locker Whale Watching
    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
  • Newport Landing Sportfishing
    The captains of Newport Landing Sportfishing are experts at coaxing whales and dolphins to appear for passengers on their whale-watching cruises. While at sea, do your part to help attract these mighty creatures by following these hints:
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    309 Palm St.
    Newport Beach, CA US
  • Newport Harbor Kayak Fishing
    The oar claspers of Newport Harbor Kayak Fishing expertly tour the harbor's hotspots for bass, halibut, and even warm-weather barracuda or bonito. Most of the bay's feisty pisces will gamely battle dugout-buoyed sportsmen, quite unlike the capitulating barrel-flounder. The glassy, eelgrass-tufted waters of Newport Harbor are the most popular tour destination of these paddle-powered trawlers, and one of the few homes globally to the spotted bay bass. Lure casters of all skill levels should consult the list of requisite gear, which includes sunscreen, food and water, and drenchable clothing. Live bait, if desired, is purchasable on-site for about $20. This tour is for catch-and-release fishing only, so don't plan on taking home any souvenirs for mounting or alibi confirmation.
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    1 Whitecliffs Drive
    Newport Beach, CA US
  • Freelance Sportfishing
    Freelance Sportfishing guides guests onto the water aboard the mighty Freelance, a state-of-the-art open-water and open-deck touring boat. Whale watching cruises depart from Newport Bay and are instantly in one of the largest marine protected reserves in California. Over 16 miles of protected waters from Newport Bay to Laguna Beach attracts many varieties of whales and dolphin and is one of top whale watching destinations in the country. During tours, a full-service kitchen, indoor restaurant with booths, and an indoor lounge keep passengers comfortable. Crew members are on board to provide any needed assistance, and other amenities.
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    400 Main St.
    Newport Beach, CA US
  • Pacific Coast Sport Fishing
    Pacific Coast Sportfishing Magazine, a glossy with 10 issues each year, fills readers in on all aspects of saltwater fishing along the West Coast. How-to guides, equipment reviews, and interviews with industry experts fill the magazine’s pages, along with photography spreads and updates on fishing legislation. Readers can also find listings of fishing tournaments and even recipes for the catches they’ve reeled in.
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    881 Dover Drive
    Newport Beach, CA US
  • Irvine Lake
    The Hottest 100 Music Festival paints the weekend in shades of competitive euphony as up to 200 bands, artists, and DJs strive for their place in the top 100. For two days, the scenic grounds of Irvine Lake are saturated in 12 unrelenting hours of melody, as bands representing every genre and necktie technique trade barbed jabs and retorting riffs across eight stages. Headlining Saturday's stable of hungry rock hippos, electro hip-hop trio Hyper Crush exercises irrepressible crunkitude, and the mirror-mesmerizing posse of It Boys! taunts audiences by eating multiple servings of songs without gaining weight. Sunday's supernova includes the hardcore crew of Stick to Your Guns, the brawny pop-punk of A Static Lullaby, and a special set from noted headbangers Bleeding Through, whose thrash metal solicits whiplash and spare change to launder a load of black T-shirts.
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    4621 Santiago Canyon Rd
    Silverado, CA US

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