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PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2008 6:49 am
Ken Jones


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Location: California

Ventura County Beaches—which are most important?

Posted by Ken Jones, May 2008

Ventura County:

1. Sycamore Cove Beach
2. Thornhill Broome Beach
3. Point Mugu Beach
4. Ormond Beach
5. Port Hueneme Beach Park
6. Silver Strand Beach
7. Channel Inds. Harbor Beach
8. Hollywood Beach
9. Oxnard State Beach
10. Mandalay County Park
11. McGrath State Beach
12. Marina Cove Beach
13. Marina Park
14. San Buenaventura State Beach
15. Promenade Park
16. Surfer's Point
17. Emma Wood State Beach
18. Solimar Beach
19. Faria Beach County Park
20. Rincon Parkway North
21. Hobson County Park
22. Oil Piers Beach
23. Mussel Shoals Beach
24. La Conchita Beach

Posted by gordo grande

Ventura County:

1. Sycamore Cove Beach 10
2. Thornhill Broome Beach 9
3. Point Mugu Beach 10
4. Ormond Beach 5
5. Port Hueneme Beach Park
6. Silver Strand Beach 10
7. Channel Inds. Harbor Beach 10
8. Hollywood Beach 10
9. Oxnard State Beach 10
10. Mandalay County Park
11. McGrath State Beach 10
12. Marina Cove Beach 5
13. Marina Park 5
14. San Buenaventura State Beach 8
15. Promenade Park
16. Surfer's Point
17. Emma Wood State Beach 10
18. Solimar Beach 7
19. Faria Beach County Park 10
20. Rincon Parkway North 10
21. Hobson County Park
22. Oil Piers Beach 7
23. Mussel Shoals Beach 8
24. La Conchita Beach 8

Posted by dompfa ben

Interestingly… I don’t really fish Ventura Beaches. I don’t have a good reason for it—it’s just that if I’m going to drive that far, I’m more likely to head all the way to Santa Barbara. The southern areas around Hueneme and Oxnard were so trashed there several years ago, that I never went back—tires on the beach, and stuff like that.

I kayaked the harbors extensively, but new rules have made that a thing of the past. I’ve fished McGrath, Emma Wood, Rincon, Oil Piers/Arco Island, and Mussel Shoals areas a bit… but not so much that I would be a good judge of the importance of these places. Some of the more or less inaccessible areas adjacent to the 101 freeway (north of Ventura Pier and south of La Conchita) might be considered for the MLPA process with limited affect on anglers.

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