Author: Terra Firma Tackle
TFT Southern California Weekly Land Based Shark Report:
Swell continues to stay manageable up in the VC, but the surf action has slowed. Aside from a few nicer rays the activity has been mostly slow. Threshers continue to make a showing at the local piers, at least one bigger fish was hooked during the holiday!
Los Angeles County:
LA county has been quieter than usual. A few bat rays and soupfin still around for the surf crowd. The occasional soupfin has been seen at the piers as well, but the threshers seems to have taken a little break for the 4th of July holiday. Perhaps the coming heat have a reduced fishing pressure post-holiday will allow things to get a little more active.
The OC has been quiet again. A few smaller threshers hooked and landed at the piers, but bait has been in short supply. The Zebra Perch arrived as well so that should keep the plank-goers occupied for a while. The activity in the bays has been solid, with a few nicer leopard sharks and the usual rays keeping the shore-casters busy.
San Diego County:
Soupfin and big bass seem to be the menu items for SD county right now. Rumors are the Sevens are still around just harder to coax into eating. North SD county was visited by some larger grade fish, but no reported hook ups or landings as far as we can tell.
Check back next week for our weekly shark report, and send in your reports to us on Instagram @terrafirmatackle!
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