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>> June 2016 Fishing Report, CenCal (#215) [topic: previous/next]
PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2016 1:10 pm
Ken Jones


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California Pier Report — June 2016

Central California

San Luis Obispo County Piers


Pismo Beach Pier — PFIC reports say there is good fishing for large-sized mackerel. No reports on the perch. How To Get There: From the north, take Hwy. 101 to the Five Cities Dr. exit; follow Dolliver into the middle of town, then turn west on Pomeroy and follow it to the pier and parking lot. From the south, take the Pismo Beach Exit (Price St.), follow it to Pomeroy; turn west and follow it to the pier.

Avila Pier – Closed. How To Get There: Take Hwy. 101 to Avila Rd. and go west; turn left off of Avila Rd. on to Front St. and follow it to the pier.

San Luis (Harford) Pier — Debbie at Patriot Sportfishing on the pier said things are pretty slow. How To Get There: Take Hwy. 101 to the Avila Rd. turnoff and head west; follow the road to the end and the pier.

Morro Bay T-Piers – No report this month although some perch and rockfish should be available. How To Get There: From Highway 1 turn south onto Main Street, follow it to Morro Bay Boulevard, turn left toward the bay and follow it to Embarcadero, turn right and follow Embarcadero to the end of the public parking which adjoins the piers.

Cayucos Pier — PFIC reports indicate action is slow. How To Get There: Take Highway 1 to either Ocean Boulevard, which is the main street and will take you past the pier, or take the Cayucos Drive exit which will take you straight to the pier.

San Simeon Pier — PFIC reports indicate action is slow although one report said incoming tides are yielding mackerel on a steady basis. How To Get There: Highway 1 to the entrance to the park.

Monterey-Santa Cruz-San Mateo County Piers

Monterey Coast Guard Pier — No report this month although the normal species should be available—rockfish (mainly small), some perch, and possibly a cabezon or lingcod. How To Get There: From Hwy 1 going north: Take the Aguajito Road exit, turn left at the first traffic signal intersection, which is Aguajito Road, and continue under Highway 1 and cross Fremont Street. At the next traffic signal intersection, which is Del Monte Avenue, turn left. Continue down Del Monte Avenue and under the tunnel where the street turns into Lighthouse Avenue. Get into the right-hand lane. As the street veers to the right it turns into Foam Street. Continue on Foam Street to the first right and turn into the parking lot. From Hwy 1 going south: Take the Del Monte Avenue exit, continue down Del Monte Avenue for several blocks and go under the tunnel where the street turns into Lighthouse Avenue. Get into the right-hand lane. As the street veers to the right it turns into Foam Street. Continue on Foam Street to the first right and turn into the parking lot.

Monterey Wharf #2 — PFIC reports indicate action is slow. How To Get There: From Highway 1 take the central Monterey exit and follow Del Monte Avenue to Figueroa Street, turn right and follow to the wharf.

Seacliff State Beach Pier — No report this month although some perch and mackerel should be available. How To Get There: How To Get There: From Highway 1 take the State Park Drive exit; follow the road west to the park entrance.

Capitola Wharf — Ed, at the Capitola Boat & Bait, on the pier, said the good news lately has been the number of striped bass being taken from the pier. Most are 14-17-inch fish but they’ve ranged to 24-inches. Most are taken on live sardines or swim baits (although a 20-pound fish was landed by an angler using a live mackerel as bait). Both mackerel and sardines are available but they are in and out with the best chance of getting them in the early morning or evening hours. One under-sized halibut was taken but it was about the first since an 18-pound halibut was landed two months ago. As for the surfperch, the barred and calico surfperch have been missing. Walleyes are available as well as small shiners and an occasional blackperch under the pier. Sounds like it’s worth a try. How To Get There: From Highway 1 take the Bay Avenue exit west until it hits Capitola Avenue where you turn right; stay on this to Cliff Drive, turn right and park wherever you can find a spot.

Santa Cruz Wharf — PFIC reports indicate a few jack mackerel (Spanish mackerel) are around as well as a few perch. How to get There: Ocean Street south from Highway 1; when you get to Laurel Street turn right and follow it to Pacific Street, turn left and follow Pacific to the wharf.

Pillar Point Pier — Need a reporter. How To Get There: From Highway 1 simply take the Pillar Point Harbor turnoff and follow the road down to the main parking lot. This pier is to the far right of the parking lot

Pacifica Pier — Sounds like things are slow (or maybe dead). How To Get There: Take Highway 1 to Pacifica, take the Paloma Avenue-Francisco Boulevard exit, take Paloma west to Beach Road, turn left and proceed a short way until you see markers indicating the way to Fort Point, turn left on Long Avenue and it will take you down to the pier.
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