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I forgot my password. Register now for tool access, including pricing information. Your password must be between 6 - 16 characters in length. Your password cannot contain the keywords 'Password' or 'Username' case insensitive. There were a few boats who fished Pigeon Point and caught Salmon that I heard of.

The shore anglers are still catching some nice Halibut and Striped Bass of the beaches south of Capitola. The few anglers that have caught some Salmon this week were fishing near the closure line at Pigeon Point and below. There were some good and bad days up there this week. The majority of anglers have been catching Lingcod and Rock fish on the west side of Santa Cruz.

There have been some Halibut caught near the harbor and the Santa Cruz Wharf. There are still some nice Striped Bass being caught off the jetties and wharfs. The swell dropped today but there was some wind in the afternoon. This weekend should be decent in the morning according to N. May 16 The Salmon fishing was slower at Pigeon Point today but there were a few fish caught. I did not get any reports of Salmon at the Soquel Hole. The Lingcod and Rock fishing was good at Davenport.

The weather was nice all morning but the wind did blow in the afternoon. May 15 The fishing was good today for the anglers who ran up the coast near Pigeon Point for Salmon. There were some boats who caught Salmon trolling feet down. There was a boat who said he had 3 Salmon at the Soquel Hole?!?

The Rock fishing was good near Davenport in the deep water. The Halibut fishing was slower due to the south swell. May 14 The inshore fishing is still good for Rock fish and Lingcod. There are some more Halibut starting to show up near the Mile Buoy and the Lighthouse. The Salmon are still being illusive but there are a few still around. The wind stayed down all morning until the late afternoon.

May 13 There were a few Salmon caught by a couple of anglers who put in the time. The best area sounded like Pigeon Point with a few fish caught and lost in the krill balls. There was one fish caught at the Soquel Hole and one at Soldiers Club. The majority of anglers fished for Rock fish and Lingcod. The deep water near Davenport produced some big Rock fish limits. There Halibut and Striped Bass are still being caught off the wharfs and jetties due to the schools of Anchovies close to shore.

The conditions improved all day today and this week is expected to be nice. May 12 The Salmon fishing remained slow today. The majority of the anglers fished for Rock fish and Lingcod due to the south winds in the morning. The Rock fishing was dec net for a few anglers near Natural Bridges.

The deep water areas were hard to stay on. The Halibut fishing was good for some anglers who trolled near the Cement Ship. The wharfs are producing some keeper Halibut and Striped Bass. The winds are expected to slow down Sunday. May 11 There were a few anglers who looked for Salmon around the Soquel Hole but did not catch any. There was one fish caught near Soldiers Club that I heard of. The majority of anglers went for Rock fish and Lingcod and did well.

The shore anglers are catching some nice Halibut and Bass on the beaches below New Brighton. The wind was not bad at the Soquel Hole all day today. May 10 The Rock fishing was good on the west side of Santa Cruz. There were some limits reported on the 6 pack charter boats.

The Salmon fishing was slow due to lack of anglers and the wind. We hope to get better reports of Salmon this weekend. May 9 There were only a few boats who tried for Salmon today. The fish are still being caught near the bottom. There were some nice Rock fish caught near Natural Bridges. There was a nice Halibut caught in 50 feet of water near the Mile Buoy.

The shore anglers are catching a few Halibut and Bass. The wind was down but it blew in the afternoon. May 7 I just got a report from a commercial boat who is doing good on Salmon in the wind right now.

The Salmon are being caught near the bottom. The Salmon fishing remained the same today for the few anglers who tried for them. There were a few fish caught on the west side of the Soquel Hole and a few at Pigeon Point. The Rock fishing was decent near Natural Bridges and Davenport. There is no swell so the Halibut should start moving in soon. The anglers near Davenport caught a few fish before the wind blew. The Rock fishing was good near Wilder Beach in feet of water. The surf anglers are catching some small Striped Bass and Halibut.

The fog returned in the afternoon so evening near shore fishing is a option! May 5 There were not many reports of Salmon today. There were a few boats who tried to run up near Pigeon Point but turned around due to the sloppy conditions in the morning.

The majority of anglers fished out in front of Santa Cruz and caught a few Salmon near the bottom. The Lingcod fishing was decent near Natural Bridges. The deep water fishing was good for Rock fish near Wilder Beach in feet o water. The wind settled down in the mid morning but early it was snotty. There were a few Salmon caught between Natural Bridges and Davenport.

The boats near Moss Landing did not have much action either. There were a few fish caught near Pigeon Point. The Halibut were biting near the Mile Buoy in 50 feet of water.

The Halibut were caught on Squid. The wind was blowing hard by noon. May 3 The Salmon bite was slower today near the Soquel Hole but there were a few caught at Davenport and above. There were some nice fish caught near the bottom. The wind stayed down all morning until 1: The Rock fishing was good for the anglers who worked near Natural Bridges to Davenport. The Striped Bass continue to keep anglers busy in the evenings near Pajaro. The scores were not as big as yesterday but it was still pretty good fishing.

The Rock fishing was good early in the morning but it slowed after that. The wind stayed won until the afternoon. May 1 The weather was a little better today and the Salmon were biting in front of Santa Cruz.

There were some good Salmon caught in feet of water near the Soquel Hole. The majority of the Salmon were caught near the bottom. There were a few Halibut caught near the Lighthouse in 60 feet of water. April 30 There were a few fish caught in front of Santa Cruz in feet of water. There were not many reports due to the early wind. There were scores ranging from fish a boat for the anglers who fished here today.

The bite near Mulligan's is still producing a few fish if you work hard. The bite near Pigeon Point slowed down today.

There have been some solid Striped Bass reports from Pajaro to Monterey. The wind was down all morning but it did pick up in the afternoon. I think the best bet is to fish close to Santa Cruz for Salmon due to the wind that is expected to pick up early this week. April 28 The Salmon fishing was still slow today but there were a few decent scores. There were a few Salmon caught near 3 Trees in feet of water.

The area from the Mulligan's to Soldiers produced a few scores from fish. The wind stayed down until noon and the swell was small. April 27 Today anglers went hunting for the Salmon but there were no hot spots.

There was one report near the Sand Plant of 3 Salmon caught in feet of water. The Salmon continue to be close to the bottom.

The other areas all had a one or a zero. There was one near the dump in feet of water. There were a few near Pajaro and the east edge of the Soquel Hole. There were a few fish caught off Pigeon Point. The Rock fishing was better due to the swell dropping. There are some good Striped Bass being caught on the beaches on the South Side. There is some Squid and a few Sea Bass in Monterey. The Mulligan's and Pajaro areas seemed to produce the best scores.

The Salmon are still being caught feet to the bottom. There were a few nice fish caught at the Soquel Hole with some shakers in the mix. The inshore bite was slower due to the swell. It may have slowed due to the moon and swell. There were some Salmon caught but the scores were one or two fish if you were lucky. There were other anglers who fished near the Soquel Hole but caught Hake near the bottom.

The were a few Halibut caught by the Mile Buoy. The Rock fish were biting near South Rock. It may be time to go up the coast and look for Salmon near 3 Trees and Davenport. April 24 The fishing remains good for Salmon near Mulligan Hill. There were other anglers who were working in feet of water who had limits as well. The fish we caught were feeding on Anchovies near the bottom.

We caught our fish feet down on Watermelon Chrome Krippled Anchovies. The winds were calm making the ride back and forth from Santa Cruz easy.

The Rock fishing was decent on the west side of Santa Cruz. April 23 The Salmon fishing is still going well for the anglers who fished from Mulligan's to Soldiers Club. There were some early limits reported by anglers today. The wind stayed down due to the fog.

The inshore fishing was good at South Rock. There were a few limits of Salmon caught near Manresa in feet of water. There were a few Salmon caught on the east edge of the Soquel Hole. The anglers had good luck trolling down near the bottom in feet down. There were some early limits of fish. The average Salmon is pounds. The best bet is the Chrome Krippled Anchovies, U.

The wind was calm down near Mulligan's and the there was a little chop near the Soquel Hole in the afternoon. The Rock fishing was decent on the west side.

April 21 There are limits being reported near Mulligan Hill as of noon. The fish are being caught in feet of water. The majority of the action is coming near the bottom. The wind was down all morning and the swell is small. I am waiting to hear more reports around here. I will repost if I hear of some more information. There was a boat yesterday who had his limits on the east side of the Soquel Hole.

There was one boat I spoke with that caught a Salmon at the Soquel Hole. I did not hear much more. There were good scores and some limits caught by I fished in feet of water near the Sand Plant and ended up with our limits. We caught one fish feet down and the others were feet down. There were some anglers who caught some Salmon 40 - 80 feet down. There were a few fish caught near Pajaro as well. April 19 The Salmon fishing was decent for the anglers who worked hard from Mulligan's to Soldiers Club.

There were some limits reported in feet of water. The Salmon are being caught feet down and on the bottom. There was a rumor of some limits in feet of water near New Brighton Beach. There were a few Salmon caught on the east side of the Soquel Hole.

The wind stayed down in the morning but it blew in the afternoon. April 18 There were only a few boats who went out of Santa Cruz today. There was one boat who caught 2 Salmon at 3 Trees in feet of water. The Salmon were caught trolling Purple Haze Hoochies 80 feet down. The anglers who fished from the Sand Plant to Marina caught fish a boat trolling in feet of water. The Salmon may have been off the bite due to the cold front that is moving in today. The Rock fishing improved due to the drop in the swell.

April 17 The Salmon fishing was decent for the few anglers who fished near Mulligan Hill. There were a few fish caught at the Soquel Hole and Davenport.

The swell is slowly dropping and the wind was not bad today. April 16 No report due to no boats out of Santa Cruz due to the storm. I did not hear from anyone at Moss Landing. April 15 The Salmon fishing was slower today near Mulligan's but there were some better scores in the afternoon in the shallow water.

There were some fish caught in feet of water near the Sand Plant. There were a few ones at the Soquel Hole and up to Davenport in feet of water. The weather was nice and the swell dropped so the rock fishing got better. The Salmon were in feet of water and caught down. There were some good Rock fish and Lingcod caught up the coast near Waddell and Davenport in the deep water.

The area down near Mulligan's was good for most of the anglers who got on the water early. The wind stayed down all morning but it did blow in the afternoon. April 13 The Salmon fishing was good for some of the anglers who were on the water early near Moss Landing and the Sand Plant. There were a few boats who fished near Natural Bridges in feet of water.

There were some Salmon caught off Natural Bridges and a few in front of the harbor in feet of water. The majority of the Salmon are being caught feet down and a few on the bottom. The wind stayed down but there was some swell. The Rock fishing and Halibut fishing was slower today due to the swell. The swell is expected to drop this weekend so inshore fishing should improve.

April 12 There were only a few boats who braved the weather today. The wind was fishable in the morning but it blew hard in the afternoon. There were still some Salmon caught near Mulligan Hill in feet of water. The majority of the bites have been from to the bottom.

April 11 There were a few Salmon caught today in front of Santa Cruz in feet of water. The majority of the anglers were fishing the same area between Mulligan's and Soldiers Club in feet of water. There were a few anglers with early limits by 9: April 10 The Salmon bite remains the same with a few fish being caught on the edge of the Soquel Hole and the majority of the action coming below Moss Landing.

There was one boat who fished Pajaro and had a bunch of shakers and one keeper. The anglers who fished Mulligan's to Soldier Club did the best early in the morning.

The Salmon are still being caught feet down and some on the bottom. The majority of anglers are fishing between feet of water. The Rock fishing was a little better due to the drop in the swell. April 9 The weather was perfect today with no wind and a dying swell. The anglers who got down near Mulligan's and Soldiers Club early in the morning did well. There were some anglers who had their 6 fish limits by 9 in the morning.

The Salmon are still biting the Krippled Anchovies and red R. There were a few boats who caught fish at the Soquel Hole. The Rock fishing improved due to the swell drop. April 8 The Salmon continue to be caught near Mulligan Hill in feet of water. The Salmon are biting on Krippled Anchovies, F. I only heard of a few fish caught trolling near the Soquel Hole.

I did not hear of anyone fishing towards Davenport. The swell picked up today and the inshore fishing was a little slower. There were a few Rock fish and Halibut caught in front of the harbor and near the Lighthouse. The wind stayed down all morning and the Salmon were biting through the day.

There were some anglers who caught limits by 8: The weather is expected to be nice most of the week according to N. April 7 The Salmon opener was tuff today due to the weather. There were only a few boats who fished out of Santa Cruz after the rain cleared up.

The Soquel Hole was slow and I don't think anyone went up the coast. There was one boat who fished in front of Santa Cruz in feet of water who caught nice Salmon. I think the majority of the Salmon may be in the shallow water where the majority of the bait is. There were some boats with fish caught near Soldiers Club and Mulligan Hill in feet of water. The Salmon are being caught feet down. The weather is expected to keep improving and should get nice Monday according to N. The weather Sunday looks decent in the morning but it is hard to say due to the storm moving through and a new swell.

Rock fishing reports were non existent due to the lack of anglers. April 6 There were only a few boats who went out in the flat calm rainy conditions. The anglers caught nice Halibut and Rock fish. We hope to have some good Salmon information Saturday when the season starts. April 5 The weather was flat calm all day long. The anglers caught Rock fish and Halibut. The Halibut continues to be good close to the Lighthouse due to the bait that is around. April 4 The weather continues to be nice here in Santa Cruz.

The Halibut continue to be caught by the anglers bounce balling in feet of water near the Lighthouse. The shore anglers are still catching some nice fish near New Brighten and Rio del Mar. April 3 The weather was nice today and the fish are still biting.

There were some Halibut caught near the Lighthouse in feet of water. April 2 The Halibut continue to be caught by the anglers who are targeting them. There were a few Halibut caught in Capitola. The winds stayed down all morning but it did blow in the afternoon. The winds are expected to be better tomorrow. April 1 The Rock fishing was good today in the deep water near Wilder and Davenport.

The inshore bite was good for keeper Lingcod and Vermillion near Natural Bridges. There were a few Halibut caught trolling and drifting Squid near the Mile Buoy.

The wind stayed down all morning and some anglers were in early with limits of Rock fish. March 30 The inshore fishing has been good for Sole and Halibut. There have been a good amount of Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and down near Capitola.

The shore anglers are starting to catch Halibut as well near Capitola on Zoom Flukes. The anglers are trolling and drifting Squid and Herring on the boats. The Striped Bass made a showing on the beaches from Capitola to Marina. The smaller sized Striped Bass are hitting S. The weather has been perfect!

Get ready for the Rock fish this Sunday and the Salmon opener next Saturday. March 24 The season for Rock fish starts next Sunday so get ready. The Salmon season is set to open on April 7 and will be open until April 30 or longer unless there is a emergency closure. There are a few more meetings through April The season will be determined after then for the California coast.

There is a public comment meeting on March 27 from pm at the Laurel Inn in Salinas to express your thoughts of the short season.

You can also send a email direct to the people in charge at: There has been a few Halibut caught up the coast near 4 Mile on whole Squid. The Sand Dab fishing is still good. Rock fishing opens April 1 and Salmon should be April 7. The commercial anglers are finding some nice Lingcod, San dabs, and a few Halibut.

The Perch fishing has been hot near Manresa and Rio del Mar. The Berkeley Gulp Camo 2 inch worm have been hot and we have them in stock! The winds have been down early in the morning. The sport Rock fishing season opens April 1.

The Salmon season will be determined after the meetings in March. There have been a few Halibut caught near the Mile Buoy and in Capitola. The wind was clam today and the Sandabs are still on the bite. The Surf Perch fishing has been hot on the beaches near Rio del Mar and below there. There have been some nice Sand Dabs caught along with quality Crabs. There was one Halibut caught this week that I know of.

There are some small Striped Bass in the mix with the Perch due to the schools of Anchovies. There have been some decent Steelhead caught in the San Lorenzo despite reports in the paper. Little Cleos and Roe has been working for the Steelhead.

The Surf fishing was good on the southerly beaches below Manresa. The swell is expected to pick up Monday so use caution! Come fishing for the Halibut and the rest of the flat fish that are open. Who knows you may even find a Sea Bass. The Perch and Steelhead fishing is improving due to the rain. There have been consistent scores of Halibut caught daily for the last few weeks. Crab fishing is doing better in feet of water.

The winds are down today. I'm off so next update is Saturday. There were good scores of Rock fish and lingcod caught near 3 Mile and Davenport. The Ano Nuevo area was good to the nice weather. The Halibut are still on the bite with another nice one being weighed in today. The Halibut are being caught near the Mile Buoy in feet of water. There was a 15 pound Halibut caught in feet of water straight out.

The Crab fishing was a little better. Come get the last of the year Rock fish Sunday. There were a few Crab caught near Davenport. The Perch are still biting near Rio del Mar. The wind and swell is down for the weekend so come finish the year for the Rock fish and Lingcod. The west side of Santa Cruz has been good for the small Rock fish.

There have been some Halibut caught east of the Mile Buoy. The anglers are catching some nice Halibut trolling the Bounce Ball set up. The Perch were on the bite near Manresa. There are some nice Striped Bass being caught in the Pajaro River. There is a school of nice Bonito being caught down near Point Sur. There were some nice Lingcod and Rock fish caught today. There have been a few Halibut caught in the past few days so don't give up yet.

There were a few Halibut caught trolling on the west side of Santa Cruz. The Crab fishing is decent for the anglers who are letting them soak. It looks like good weather again so come fishing. We will be here all weekend for your last minute gifts and fishing needs! There were solid scores of Rock fish and Lingcod caught up the coast. There were some nice Crab caught up the coast in feet of water. The weather is still flat calm!

The Rock fish and lingcod continue to bite near Davenport. The wind and swells are down. Crab fishing is still decent for the anglers who are letting their gear soak. The Rock fish and Lingcod are on the bite up the coast near Davenport. I heard of two different Halibut caught this week near 3 Mile. The Crab fishing is still going good for the anglers who are soaking their pots for a day.

The Striped Bass fishing is on fire in the Salinas River! The fish have been biting up the coast near Davenport in feet of water. The Crab fishing is still going well near 5 Mile. The surf anglers are seeing some nice Perch near Rio del Mar. There were limits reported from the six pack charter boats. The Crab fishing is still good for the anglers in feet of water near 5 Mile beach.

There has been some nice Rock fish and Lingcod caught this week. The Crab fishing is going good for the anglers in feet of water. The winds look good for a few days but there may be some wind on Saturday. There were all kinds of Rock fish and Lingcod caught up the coast. I saw too different Halibut from Davenport caught in 80 feet of water. The Crab fishing improved near 4 Mile.

The weather was flat calm again. We will see what this storm brings Sunday. Warm weather, small swells, and no wind has been the norm here for the last week.

There were some good Crabs caught between Natural Bridges and Davenport. The Rock fishing is still good at the local reefs and up the coast. Come fishing while the weather is great! Flat calm conditions and fish are biting.

There were some Halibut caught near Lagunas and Davenport. The Lingcod are still on the bite. Ano Nuevo has been good.

The water is flat calm with a small swell. There were some nice Rock fish and Lingcod caught near 3 Mile and Davenport.

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