Seal Beach

Discussion in 'Surf Fishing Reports' started by jmericle, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. jmericle

    jmericle Member

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    I have been fishing Hermosa now a few times and caught fish. I hear that fishing the OC is better. I want to try fishing Seal Beach in a few days. Have any of you guys fished there? I want to arrive at the beach by 5:30AM at the latest, so swimmers will not be a problem. I was looking at a google ariel shot and I see a parking lot at 1st street and I see 2 lots near the pier. Does anyone have any preferences or any other spot on Seal Beach?
     
  2. simmo13

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    Seal beach has a few spots but you should try sunset beach. Bout two miles south of seal beach. Been hearing of some fish caught over there. Go to Andersen st. Turn towards beach and find parking near greenbelt for miles. Anywhere you find the holes close to beach (where no waves breaking) throw your bait there. If you go seal, fish closer to southernmost jetty south of pier. Maybe halibuts.
     
  3. jmericle

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    Thanks for the tip. If time permits, I will give Anderson st a shot. I'm going to fish before I start work at 7:00 in Cerritos.
     
  4. Fishing_Jedi

    Fishing_Jedi Newbie

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    Seal Beach is over fished. Sunset is good or Huntington Beach.
     
  5. jmericle

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    Thanks guys, it sounds like the extra couple of miles is worth the drive. Sunset beach it is.
     
  6. jmericle

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    I went to the beach just off of Anderson this morning. The water is super clean and warm. The Tide was extremely low. I fished it for about 45 minutes with no luck. I did see 5 other fisherman, so this is a good sign as to a good fishing spot. I had to call it quits and get to work.
     
  7. simmo13

    simmo13 Well-Known "Member"

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    Keep at it High tide better for surf fishing. Thanks for update.
     

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