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Huntington Beach: 63 fishing charters available

Full Spectrum SF – Sea Monkey
Full Spectrum SF – Sea Monkey

Huntington Beach • 23 ft • 6 persons

Get ready for an all-inclusive adventure! Full Spectrum Sport Fishing provides year-round fishing trips to remember.

"Thank you Captain Woody and Larry for the great day of fishing last Tuesday (7-9-24)." —⁠ Sandra,
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trips fromUS $705
Ez Sportfishing
Ez Sportfishing

Huntington Beach • 28 ft • 6 persons

Come visit California and have a memorable day on the water with Ez Sportfishing!

"My two teenage granddaughters elected a fishing excursion over Disneyland." —⁠ Paul,
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trips fromUS $595
Edward Teach Charters
Edward Teach Charters

Huntington Beach • 32 ft • 8 persons

Edward Teach Charters in Huntington Beach, California, stands out as a top-tier fishing charter service that offers unforgettable deep-sea fishing adventures.

"Captain Dalton took 7 young men on a fishing trip this past weekend!" —⁠ Kaleo,
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trips fromUS $450
Sea Esta Sportfishing
Sea Esta Sportfishing

Huntington Beach • 44 ft • 6 persons

If you're ready to try fishing in Huntington Beach, we've got you covered with Sea Esta Sportfishing.

"Matt and John gave us an amazing fishing experience!! Our original trip we booked with another company was canceled last minute and Matt was able to accommodate us within a day." —⁠ Jr,
trips fromUS $1,400
Ez Sportfishing – Lobster Fishing
Ez Sportfishing – Lobster Fishing

Huntington Beach • 28 ft • 6 persons

Ez Sportfishing welcomes you to Huntington Beach, California for a fun-packed day on the water.

"I charter a few boats a year on all US coasts and this trip by far is the best ever." —⁠ Mike, KS
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trips fromUS $1,035
Bight Sportfishing
Bight Sportfishing

Huntington Beach • 28 ft • 4 persons

Spend the day with Bight Sportfishing and find out what the fishing in Huntington Beach is all about!
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trips fromUS $1,700
Sealutions Sportfishing LLC, Newport Beach
Sealutions Sportfishing LLC, Newport Beach

Newport Beach • 25 ft • 4 persons

Never experienced the exciting California fishery? Turn to Sealutions Sportfishing LLC and let them organize a custom-made trip just for you that may result in catching the fish of your dreams.
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trips fromUS $850
Wahooson Charters
Wahooson Charters

Huntington Beach • 37 ft • 6 persons

There’s a fish with your name on it offshore of Huntington Beach and Wahooson Charters will help you catch it!

"Was referred to Wahooson by a buddy who had a good experience so I booked a charter for some good clients." —⁠ Pat, California
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trips fromUS $3,750
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Fishing in Huntington Beach

Widely known as “Surf City,” Huntington Beach is the laid-back neighbor of nearby Long Beach. Mile-long sandy beaches, big waves, and incredible fishing grounds make this SoCal city near perfect. Through exploring the Huntington Beach fishing scene you’ll get to experience this Pacific paradise from the best vantage point – the ocean!

The local inshore fishing scene mostly focuses on sand and mud flats fishing. White Seabass tend to be the most popular catch inshore, but far from the only one. Summertime means you’re up against Barracuda and Sand Bass, while the winter months are all about that Halibut bite. Head north of the flats and you’ll hit kelp beds teeming with the likes of California Sheephead and Calico Bass.

Serious sportfishing anglers have several options for fishing in the deep blue. Santa Catalina Island is the first offshore location you’ll want to check out. Yellowfin Tuna, Blue Marlin, and Mahi Mahi are all over these waters come summertime. Not only that, but the local reefs are swarming with Barracuda, Yellowtail Amberjack, and many more. For Bluefin Tuna action, head even further out towards San Clemente Island.

For an offshore trip, you’ll want to set aside at least a full day to make the most out of the action. This way, you’ll account for the 30+ mile travel time, too. Fishing success in the Huntington Flats is easily accomplished on a half day trip, however, you won’t be bored if you opt for a full day trip either! To find the perfect charter boat for you, head to one of the many marinas lining the Huntington Harbor.
 

 

Rules & Regulations

All anglers over the age of 16 will need to purchase a California fishing license before wetting a line. Likewise, Huntington Beach is no exception to California’s strict possession and size limit rules. To ensure you’re fishing within the law, it’s best to head out with a reputable captain.

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Huntington Beach Fishing Seasons

January

The start of the year is one of those times when the best thing to do is to just stay inshore and go after the droves of White Seabass you’re bound to find there.

February

Inshore fishing is still the way to go in February. Whether it’s White Seabass, Calico Bass, or Halibut, there’s plenty of work to be done!

March

The water temperature slowly starts to rise, which means more fish to go after! California Sheephead, Rockfish, Lingcod, and Sharks are just some of the species you can find.

April

April is when things start getting really good in Huntington Beach. Trips to Horseshoe Kelp are especially rewarding this time of year.

May

Expect the Barracuda bite to be absolutely on fire, and it’s just one of many available species. Top-notch Calico Bass and Halibut action is pretty much a given.

June

Summer is here, and with it comes a good time for Tuna fishing. Yellowfin Tuna action will keep getting better and better as the month draws to an end.

July

Be sure to check out the amazing offshore fishing if you’ve got the time to do so! Catalina Island is home to Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and even some Marlin.

August

August is the last call for any offshore enthusiasts who haven’t had the chance to cast their lines yet. Enjoy the great Tuna, Yellowtail, and Mahi Mahi bite!

September

Peak season is over, but you can still have a great time with a lot of fish. Yellowtail Amberjack are still here in droves, and so are Yellowfin Tuna.

October

October is a good time to check what’s going on at the reefs. Plenty of Rockfish, Lingcod, and Halibut to go around for a fun day on the water.

November

The pelagics are pretty much gone for the year, but don’t let that stop you! With White Seabass, Sharks, Rockfish, and Calico Bass, you’ll be keeping busy.

December

The year may be drawing to a close, but the fish have other plans. Rockfish and Halibut tend to be the main targets in December.

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