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San Diego is one of the best places in the world to go halibut fishing. The waters off the coast of San Diego are teeming with halibut, and the fish are notoriously easy to catch.
There are a few things you need to know before you go halibut fishing in San Diego, though. First of all, you'll need a valid California fishing license. You can get one online or at any sporting goods store.
Halibut like to hang out near reefs and kelp beds, so look for areas where there's a lot of marine life. Finally, make sure you use the right bait. Halibut are attracted to live baitfish, so using live bait is your best bet for success.
With a little preparation, you're guaranteed to have a great time halibut fishing in San Diego!
The average size of a halibut can range from 5 to 30 pounds, with the average fish being around 10 pounds. The largest halibut on record was caught in Alaska and weighed in at almost 400 pounds! Halibut are a very popular sport fish in San Diego, and can be found in both the bay and offshore.
One of the best techniques for catching halibut is to use live bait. Live baitfish, such as anchovies or sardines, are very effective at attracting halibut. If you're fishing from a boat, you can simply drop your bait down to the bottom and wait for a bite.
Another great technique is to use artificial lures. There are many different types of lures that can be used to catch halibut, but jigs and spoons are often the most effective. Jigs mimic the movement of live baitfish, while spoons flash and flutter in the water, mimicking injured prey.
No matter what technique you use, be sure to pay attention to your line and watch for bites. Halibut are powerful fish and they can easily break your line if you're not careful. When you feel a bite, reel in slowly and steadily until you've landed your fish!
San Diego is home to some of the best halibut fishing in the country. The fish are large and plentiful, and the scenery is beautiful. If you’re looking for a great place to go halibut fishing, San Diego is the place to be. There are a few things to keep in mind when halibut fishing in San Diego. First, the season runs from May to September. Second, you need a valid California fishing license. And third, you need to be aware of the daily bag limit, which is two fish per person. Now that you know the basics, it’s time to start planning your trip. Read on for more tips on halibut fishing in San Diego.
Halibut are ambush fish, hiding out on the sandy bottoms of SoCal waiting for their next meal to swim by. Keeper Halibut are 22' and over and one fish can make dinner for six. Often recognized as one of the flakiest, and tastiest fish of the sea, you will also enjoy the fight these flatfish can provide. They reach a max weight of around 50lbs!\
Normally, they are caught strait off the bottom on the drift. Ask one of our deckhands to tie you up a Halibut rig. On occasion though, Halibut have been known to come off the bottom and chase their food down. Pictured to the left, is a Halibut that bite iron about halfway up.
You will definitely have a good time chasing this Pacific bottom fish.