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Erik Landesfiend is a well versed fishermen in SoCal. He regularly shares his knowledge and opinions via his BD column, SoCal Scene. From how to tips, local weekly fishing reports and well thought out articles on many aspects of fishing southern California's diverse fisheries. Erik gladly shares his thoughts and welcomes yours too.

Best SoCal Bluefin Tuna Fishing Ever?

If you're a regular reader of this column, you know that I've spent a lot of time talking about bluefin tuna this year and...
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Rainshadow JUDGE Series Is Perfect For SoCal Anglers

One of the perks of being a part of the Team Rainshadow Pro-Staff is that I get an opportunity to field test their latest...
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Bluefin Top SoCal Counts

Good news! Southern California's summer fishing season is almost over. All we need to do is get through the next three days and the...

Yellowtail Dominate Counts For SoCal Fishing Scene

I was on vacation on the California Delta last week and didn't keep close tabs on what was happening in our local waters. As...

Cast And Blast Part Three: Big Boats & Broken Docks

This is the third installment of a multi-part story. Part 1 here. Part 2 here. Day two on Crystal River started out much like day one, dark, humid and...
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Yellows, Dorado and Tuna Bite

It may have taken until August, but we've finally gotten away from the big tuna or bust mode we've been in this summer. While...
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Once in a Lifetime Tuna Opportunity

There's not one among us who hasn't looked at the old photos from the Avalon Tuna Club and fantasized about being able to go...

Cast and Blast Part 2: Manatee Confrontations and Strange Destinations

This is the second installment of the Cast and Blast Saga. If you missed the first part you can read it here. Still being on...

Big and Really Big Bluefin Bite

The big news this week is that the bluefin tuna have finally started to bite something other than just the kite again. The bite...
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Bluefin Bite The Kite With Reckless Abandon

I think that it's time to come to grips with the fact that the schools of big bluefin in our local waters just aren't...
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