Offshore fish report from Captain Alan Clowers

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  • It’s now November and the waters off San Diego and northern Baja are still at an all time high for this time of year. I was out yesterday and found 73.8° water. I’ve been fishing both offshore and inshore lately, doing really well on the yellowtail in particular.

    We’ve found them anywhere from 2 miles off Point Loma, off Imperial Beach, and down at the Coronado Islands. Those fish have been biting the dropper loop with sardines, or sardines and mackerel on the slow troll. Yesterday we even had some fish on the surface iron at the islands.

    Offshore it’s still all about the wahoo and dorado. I was down 30 miles south 2 days ago and we had 5 big dorado.

    If you’re looking for bass, the bite down off Imperial Beach has been really good on big calico bass and sand bass. My clients had 23 bass from 2 to 5 pounds on a trip 3 days ago.

    It’s still going good offshore, and trip you could hook the fish of a lifetime, maybe even a blue marlin or wahoo!

    We should see good weather again starting Thursday, so get out and go fishing.

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    Alan Clowers

    Captain Alan Clowers has over 25 years of fishing experience on Southern California lakes, bays, and oceans. He offers guided fishing trips, private fishing lessons, and San Diego Bay tours.


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