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November 25 dock totals

Chubasco 2 Sportfishing 20 Anglers, 1 Boat, 3 Ocean Whitefish, 12 Vermilion Rockfish, 8 California Sheephead, 36 Rockfish, 1 Cabezon, 6 Bocaccio

H&M Landing 45 Anglers, 3 Boats, 1 Red Rock Crab, 16 California Spiny Lobster, 6 Whitefish, 52 Rockfish, 21 Vermilion Rockfish, 6 Bocaccio, 7 Sheephead, 1 Lingcod, 1 Sand Bass, 102 California Spiny Lobster Released

Point Loma Sportfishing 53 Anglers, 2 Boats, 118 Yellowtail, 85 Rockfish, 1 Halibut, 13 Bonito, 2 Sheephead, 3 Lingcod, 1 Sand Bass

Seaforth Sportfishing 88 Anglers, 3 Boats, 153 Yellowtail, 72 Rockfish, 4 Lingcod, 1 Halibut, 4 Whitefish, 6 Sheephead, 11 Calico Bass, 3 Bonito

20 Anglers aboard the Chubasco II 1/2 Day AM put 3 Ocean Whitefish, 12 Vermilion Rockfish, 8 California Sheephead, 36 Rockfish, 1 Cabezon, 6 Bocaccio in the gunnysacks

The Jig Strike 1/2 Day Twilight hoop-netting trip with 5 Anglers aboard raised 1 Red Rock Crab, 16 California Spiny Lobster, 102 California Spiny Lobster Released

25 Anglers aboard the Mission Belle 3/4 Day run to the Coronado Islands caught 113 California Yellowtail, 6 Rockfish, 1 California Halibut, 12 Pacific Bonito

Also enjoying excellent fishing, 39 Anglers aboard the San Diego 3/4 Day run south returned to the dock with 152 California Yellowtail, 1 California Halibut

Noteworthy: Two pods of Orca have been sighted in the last two days just off the Southern California coast in the San Diego area. One of the pods is the same pod that was sighted in TJ playas within 100 yards of shore last week. Sighting one pod in SoCal is rare. Biologists believe the El Nino conditions and resulting abundant food is why the Orca are in an area where they aren't often found.

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