LA Chapter Takes It All In SoCal Charter Challenge

The CCA LA Chapter has taken the crown in the very first SoCal Charter Challenge for 2019! The winners were fishing on the Truline out of 22nd Street Landing and were able to score a total of 15 points to edge out the remaining 2 chapters. The Orange County Chapter, who fished on the Fury…

CCA CAL Makes Splash In Morro Bay

This past weekend, Bill Varney and CCA CAL Executive Director Wayne Kotow made the trip up north to Morro Bay for another Surf Fishing Seminar, which was hosted by Virg’s Landing in Morro Bay. The seminar on Friday evening had a full house as over 60 people were in the room to listen to Bill…

Big Crowd Shows For IE Chapter’s Quarterly Meeting

The newest chapter of CCA California in the Inland Empire recently held their very first quarterly meeting at Skyland Ale Works in Corona, CA. The chapter invited Captain Dave Hansen from YourSaltwaterGuide.com to come and talk about bluefin tuna and what needs to be done to land them successfully, and the huge crowd was super…

PFMC Authorizes Deep-Set Buoy Gear

BOISE, ID — The Pacific Fishery Management Council voted to fully authorize deep-set buoy gear for the California Swordfish Fishery as the alternative to drift gillnets. It was a unanimous decision brought by the council and is a win for the recreational fishing industry and conservation as the new gear type produces far less bycatch.…