• Tour code: 5481HDFISH
  • Location: Newport Beach, California
  • Duration: 5 hours (approx.)

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Fish for white sea bass or yellowtail off the coast of California on this half-day angling excursion from Newport Beach. Cruise down Orange County's beautiful coastline and out into deepwater angling territory for the best shot at a prize catch. Breakfast, lunch, drinks and snacks are available onboard for purchase.

Highlights

  • Half-day deep-sea fishing tour from Newport Beach
  • Fish for bass, barracuda and more!
  • Knowledgeable and friendly crew will assist with fishing

What You Can Expect

Half-Day Deep-Sea Fishing Cruise from Newport Beach

Fish for Barracuda!

Make your way to Newport Harbor to board your comfortable boat for a day of fishing in the Pacific Ocean. 

Meet your crew and captain, and make yourself comfortable in the sun or shade as you head out to sea. As the shoreline recedes behind you, catch glimpses of Catalina Island, Huntington Beach, San Ononfre and Dana Point. 

When you're ready, get help from the crew setting up your rod. Fish like halibut, sand bass, calico bass, bonito, barracuda and sea bass all inhabit these waters, not to mention the hard-fighting yellowtail, which can weigh up to 40 lbs (18 kg). 

Take breaks from watching for bites by grabbing a bite for yourself at the onboard bar. Snacks, lunch and beverages are available for purchase throughout the trip. 

If you catch a fish of legal size (see Additional Information below for more details), the crew will fillet it for a nominal fee so you can take it home for a tasty dinner. Feel free to catch and release, or simply purchase a boarding pass to come along for the ride without a rod and tackle. 

After a 5-hour cruise out in the sun and waves of the mighty Pacific, return to Newport Harbor, hopefully with a fish or 2 for dinner. 

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