White Sea Bass Fishing
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White Sea Bass Fishing Article
Rock jetties can be found from San Diego to Santa Barbara. Most are extensions from marinas protecting boat traffic to deep water. Others are constructed to form harbors. The Los Angeles, Long Beach breakwater forms one of the the largest man made harbors in the world. Anglers prefer to name it the Long Beach breakwater or the "Wall" because 80% of it fronts the north and south city boundary lines. The well placed rocks extend for nine miles. The two quarter mile long entrances are called the San Pedro light and the Long Beach light because of the lighthouses' that guard over them. The rocks start at Cabrillo beach in San Pedro and end 2 miles off...
White Sea Bass Fish Species Information
|Scientific Fish Name:||Lates calcarifer|
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|Regions Fished:||Indo-West Pacific: eastern edge of the Persian Gulf to China, Taiwan and southern Japan, southward to southern Papua New Guinea and northern Australia.|
Found in coastal waters, estuaries and lagoons, in clear to turbid water.
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