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Anglers show off their yellowtail catches aboard a Dana Wharf boat. Photo: Courtesy
Anglers show off their yellowtail catches aboard a Dana Wharf boat. Photo: Courtesy

Dana Point Times

Large bluefin tuna catches may be dominating the news coming out of Dana Point Harbor in recent weeks, but there are still plenty of other types of fish being reeled in out of Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching boats.

Here is the latest fish count.

6/17—3 boats; 68 anglers: 65 mackerel, 41 yellowtail, 26 calico bass, 13 barracuda, 10 bonito, 2 sargo, 2 perch.

6/16—6 boats; 196 anglers: 52 rockfish, 50 calico bass, 27 yellowtail, 25 mackerel, 21 bonito, 9 perch, 9 sheephead, 9 sculpin, 7 sand bass, 1 barracuda.

6/15—5 boats; 118 anglers: 70 calico bass, 47 rockfish, 30 sand dab, 23 bonito, 15 vermillion rockfish, 12 sculpin, 6 boccacio, 4 sheephead, 3 barracuda, 2 perch.

6/14—7 boats; 249 anglers: 105 calico bass, 52 rockfish, 39 blue perch, 21 yellowtail, 20 white fish, 14 sand bass, 13 bonito, 8 sheephead, 8 sculpin, 1 white sea bass.

6/13—7 boats; 242 anglers: 164 calico bass, 31 rockfish, 28 yellowtail, 28 bonito, 13 white fish, 9 sand bass, 8 sheephead, 2 sculpin, 2 blue perch, 1 halibut.

6/12—7 boats; 165 anglers: 110 calico bass, 25 barracua, 15 rockfish, 13 sand bass, 3 sheephead, 1 yellowtail, 1 bonito.

6/11—3 boats; 58 anglers: 49 calico bass, 40 mackerel, 3 sand bass, 3 rockfish, 2 yellowtail, 2 sheephead.


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