LA Sportfishing – Newport Landing
Newport Landing Sportfishing is Los Angeles's premier fishing provider. Sportfishing is also known as deep sea fishing, or ocean fishing. Newport Landing Sportfishing has fishing trips for everyone. Privately charter or rentals available.
About LA Sportfishing – Newport Landing
With a fleet of 5 fishing boats accommodating all size groups, private fishing charters are popular for groups such as companies, churches, clubs, and families. A private fishing trip guarantees that you and just your group have the entire boat for the selected length of your trip.
Newport Sportfishing has all of the fishing grear needed for a successful guided fishing tour:
Fishing Tackle including Lures, Fishing Rods all the way down to the hooks!
And of course Fishing Boats
Newport Landing Sportfishing caters to over 800 company fishing trips annually. We specialize in providing the level of service and care to detail to make every company outing a success. Our captains are considered to be the best in the industry with an average of 10 years plus experience.
The Newport Landing Sportfishing family of captains, boat crews, and office staff is the cornerstone that has made Newport Landing Sportfishing the favorite Southern California fishing marine center for both those new to the sport and seasoned veterans.
½ Day Fishing Trips
¾ Day Fishing Tours
Multi Day Fishing Vacations
Helpful Hints For A More Successful Los Angeles Sport Fishing Trip
--When in doubt about anything ask for help from one of the crew members. They are there to help you with everything from tying on the right hook and weight to showing you how to choose the best live bait. They do this for their living and have a huge amount of timely knowledge.
--Use the lightest line possible for the most bites and action. Standard line size is 15 pound test or 20 pound test, anything heavier should be reserved for only when there are huge gamefish present. If you rent your rod and reel ask what pound test it has. If heavier than 20 pound test, ask if they have a lighter option or buy fresh lighter line and have the office staff put it on or have a crew member and you are all set.
--Use only the liveliest of baits. Handle with care and try to hook the bait with the least amount of damage to the bait fish. Either in the tip of the nose from a side to side angle or in the flesh just past the gill plate on one side. Definitely ask a crew member if in doubt. Also use each bait just once or maybe twice at most, then grab a new one.
--Make sure your drag is set and working. You will hook big fish and they will pull line from your reel, if they can’t pull the line it will break without a doubt. So check your drag before you start fishing or ask a crew member. Don’t let that big one or even medium sized one get away.
--Watch what others are doing to catch fish, how they have their hook and weight tied, what bait they are using, where they are casting, etc and if you are not catching fish copy their technique. Once again a crew member can help with shedding light on what is being used and done to catch fish.
Useful Links When Planning Your Ocean Fishing Trip
http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/lox/ Los Angeles Detailed ocean conditions and forecast. Usually accurate within 1-3 days.
Coastal Data Information Program Illustrates the swells in various regions of the coast by direction and size.
SoCal Surface Winds Updated hourly.
Southern California Buoy Data
SST, Chlorophyl, and other sea conditions
Very useful when tracking the movements of offshore pelagic species.
NOAA Coast Watch Sea Surface Temperatures for Los Angeles County . Accurate and updated several times daily. Use the customize feature to zoom in on your area.
Southern California Bouy Temps Quick and easy temps. Just doesn't show where the breaks are.
SCCOOS SST, Chlorophyl and other usefull information.
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