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You can kayak the Castiac Lagoon. Stone Canyon is in the area, check before you go out there. Hollywood Reservoir is there too.  You can try fishing in Marina Del Rey. Find a charter for some deep sea stuff.

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5 hours ago, Caliyak said:

You can kayak the Castiac Lagoon. Stone Canyon is in the area, check before you go out there. Hollywood Reservoir is there too.  You can try fishing in Marina Del Rey. Find a charter for some deep sea stuff.

 

Thank you very much for this information!

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Depending on how far you wanna drive, Santa fe dam, puddingstone,  piru,  pyramid,  skinner, Perris, have San Diego lakes, sliverwood. Now Park fishing,  most have bass in them and some dd fish throughout LA and Orange County . 

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We don’t have a lot of public bass fishing small lakes within a few miles where you are located. 

The Long Beach Federal Breakwall is 7 miles long and fishable inside is safer with a kayak or the outside near the ends.

The wall is basically a free standing dam made of rip rap rocks about 300’ wide at the bottom in 45’ of water with 30 to 45 degree tapering upwards.

Take a look at this weeks BR home page article showing a bright red/orange chatterbait, perfect for the Breakwall’s  calico and sand bass. Another choice would be lime green for fishing anywhere along out coast bays and marina’s. 

The Qween Mary rip rap wall Long Beach harbor is another good Calico and Sand Bass spot.

Fresh water Bass fishing you need to travel 1 to 2 hours, take a look at Western Outdoor News weekly fishing paper that list  nearly every lake in SoCal for bass fishing reports.

Lake Castiac afterbay (Lagoon) would be my 1st choice kayak fishing.

Welcome to BR!

Tom

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