San Pedro Bay / San Pedro Shelf
Only available as a single! San Pedro Bay is the home of Los Angeles Harbor and Long Beach Harbor, which combined is the busiest commercial port in the US. With private boaters hailing from Cabrillo, Wilmington, downtown Long Beach and Alamitos Bay, these two ports also have a ton of private boater traffic. These two maps will give you the local knowledge to sort it all out!
Two Maps in One!
Includes 2 map titles, printed back to back: San Pedro Bay and San Pedro Shelf, the latter also found in our Private Boater’s Guide to Los Angeles County. This 2-sided laminated map is an essential tool for the fisherman, with over 150 fishing spots with gps, diving boundaries clearly marked and hoop netting information available at-a-glance! Any private boater will appreciate the navigation channels, speed zones, restricted areas, public landing docks and smallcraft harbor facilities marked clearly right on the map!
Sand bass, calicos, halibut, sculpin, rockfish, lobster…our maps show the fish-holding habitat that a bay fisherman needs-to-know: bottom composition changes, rocky reefs, coarse sand, eelgrass beds, kelp, docks, jetties, wrecks, piers and much more!
Smallcraft Harbor Facilities
Our San Pedro Bay map has the names and locations of the following types of small craft facilities: marinas, transient mooring areas, public dock access, bait barges, public boat ramps, kayak launches, fuel docks, sportfishing landings, anchorages, waterski areas, swimming areas, 5 mph zones, harbor patrol offices, and much more!
Over 150 Popular Fishing Spots
GPS numbers listed for over 150 popular fishing spots in San Pedro Bay and San Pedro Shelf, including: Point Fermin, Horseshoe Kelp, The Rockpile, Red Tank, Middle Grounds, Olympic II Wreck, Southeast Rock, 14 Minute Wreck, Potter’s Reef, High Kelp, White Spot, 105 Area, 150 Kelp Reef, Double Rigs Reef, Mussel Farm, Newport Pipe, The BTR, Huntington Flats, Ribbon Kelp, Miniature Rock, Huntington Reefs, Newport Reef, Izor’s Reef, and much more!