So Cal Bight Offshore / So Cal Inner Banks
New for 2020! We’ve gotten a lot of requests for a new offshore fishing map with all these bluefin out west the last couple years. Offshore anglers from LA and OC, we hear you.
We came up with two offshore fishing maps that have you covered, whether you’re headed west to San Nic or south to the 302. This 2-sided laminated map offers GPS locations for over 100 offshore fishing spots in 1-day range from Los Angeles and Orange County harbors.
Two Maps in One Product
Includes 2 map titles, printed back to back, covering the offshore fishing areas accessible from Los Angeles and Orange County ports: So Cal Bight Offshore, So Cal Inner Banks.
Essential information for the offshore angler is overlaid on top of popular offshore fishing spots, including: navy restrictions at San Clemente Island and San Nicolas Island, Marine Reserve boundaries, GPS locations of the 40 fathom bottom fishing restriction in the Cowcod Conservation Areas, weather buoys locations, as well as GPS coordinates for the harbor approach buoy of every port from Marina Del Rey to Oceanside.
Boating into Mexico?
Our San Diego Offshore title has the information you need for navigating a private boat into Mexico from the US. All Mexico boating information is overlaid on top of popular offshore fishing spots, giving you an “at-a-glance” reference. Fish in Mexican waters with confidence!
Over 100 Popular Offshore Fishing Spots
GPS numbers listed for over 100 popular offshore fishing spots accessible from Los Angeles and Orange County harbors, including: Footprint Reef, the Boot, the 270, Hidden Reef, Pilgrim Bank, Kidney Bank, The Snail, Osborn Bank, Far West Bank, Potato Bank, Nidever Bank, Cherry Bank, Tanner Bank, Cortes Bank, the 711, the Condom, The Nipple, the 381, the 86, the 81, San Clemente Canyon, Mackerel Bank, Farnsworth Bank, the 125, The Slide, Avalon Bank, the 289, 14 Mile Bank, the 267/279, the 209, 181, 182, The Corner, 43 Fathom Spot, 9 Mile Bank, Butterfly Bank, Sixty Mile Bank, Mushroom Bank, the 390, San Salvador Knoll, the 302, the 425, the 371, Upper Hidden Bank and much more!