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Morro Bay: Port San Luis
Morro Bay is a working fishing village. Its famous landmark, Morro Rock, was named by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo when he first charted this coast during his 16th Century voyage of discovery. The town is a pleasant tourist destination which has very mild weather all year long. There is no such thing as traffic in Morro Bay, unless, of course, you count birds, sea mammals, fish and boats!
Morro Bay Fishing Guides
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Fishing Action for Morro Bay.
Morro Bay and Port San Luis provide year round fishing opportunities either from private boats or party boat landings. Generally the rockcod fishing is great all year except for mid year in season closures recently imposed by the Dept of Fish and Game. King salmon are found from April through about July generally within a couple of miles of port. When the salmon leave the albacore tuna usually show up and are fished with live bait through November. The tuna require a run of 25 to 60 miles. These prized fish are known to be largest in October when some as large as 80 pounds have been caught. When the seas are too rough to make the long run for tuna, the boats can use their live bait on halibut in the protection of the bay.
For the private boaters, Morro Bay has a free launch ramp and plenty of parking. Port San Luis uses a sling to launch boats up to 30 foot that costs about $20. The Port also has rental moorings and a water taxi service.
The town of Morro Bay
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