This trip is ideal for someone that wants to learn about kayak fishing or to pick up a new skill targeting calicos and other California inshore species. Our program outfits you with everything you need to have a fun, safe and successful day out on the water.
The fishery is easy to get to and you don’t have to worry about difficult launches. Just show up and we will have you catching fish in no time.
Trip Inquiry Process
The booking process starts with you completing a simple form. You can start with a question or you can tell us that you are ready to book… it is easy and painless.
- $300 one angler
- $600 two anglers
- $750 three anglers
- Weekends only, contact us for dates
- Hobie fishing kayak
- Fishing gear
- PFD (Personal Flotation Device)
Does not include: California fishing license, food, water, tip (Suggested $50).
$100 deposit required per person. The deposit cut-off is thirty (30) days before your trip date. Balances are due within thirty (30) days of your trip date.
If booked within thirty (30) days, full payment will be required to book a spot.
Refunds are not available for this trip after the cancellation period expires.
Cancellation Period: If you are booking well in advance, you can cancel up to seven (7) days after you booked and receive a full refund. Once the cancellation period has passed, no refunds will be offered.
- Booking is open for 2020 and 2021 season(s)
- If your trip is cancelled due to COVID, we will try to reschedule you before we offer a refund
- Extra cleaning protocols in place
How Should I Prepare?
Fish Village will help you prepare for this trip. We send a Trip Guide after you make your deposit that helps take the mystery out of the trip. The Trip Guide will tell you what kind of gear to bring, how much, weight concerns, etc.
This trip requires a valid fishing license.
California has single-day and annual options. For complete rules, additional permits and fishing licenses, refer to the website.
- Calico bass (POPULAR)
- Sand bass
- California halibut
- Leopard shark
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