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Oceanside Senior Anglers
A non-profit 501(c)(7) fishing club dedicated to seniors throughout Southern California and elsewhere who enjoy fishing.
To find out more about our club and activities that include many chartered fishing trips, social events and meetings, plus our community outreach programs, Anglers 4 Military, Anglers 4 Kids and Anglers 4 Scouts, conservation programs and more ... click on the tabs above ...
California South Coast
Marine Life Protection Area (MLPA) Baseline Findings
A few pictures of fishing, events and meetings. Check out the Fish'n News
for charter info and Gallery for photos
The CA South Coast MLPA was implemented in 2012 and includes 50 MPA's, covering 356 sq miles of ocean habitat. As prescribed by law, a study & status report of the MPA areas was required within five years of establishing the S.Coast MLPA.
Phase I of the baseline study is complete. The study was a collaboration of multiple federal, state and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). This regional baseline will be used as the benchmark for phase II.
You can find three important and very informational links at the bottom of the Conservation Page of the website that will take you to the California South Coast Baseline report, published by OceanSPACES.org and links to CA Ocean Protection Council and CA Ocean Science Trust.
If your interested in the status of our SoCal fishing waters, this is where to gain insight.
Recent Club News
Sights & Sounds of Summer
Next General Meeting:
Dec 5 , 2017
Next Board Meeting:
Nov 28, 2017
Next Social Event:
Xmas Banquet Dec 12
M. Goddard, 1.5 Dec 13-15
Oceanside Senior Anglers. Inc
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Updated Nov 11, 2017
The State of Yo
Yo-Yo Jigs are for all seasons. Gear up with "No Tackle Left Behind"
Supporting local Military Vets on a year long basis
Southern California's Largest Senior Angling Club
Welcome to "OurFishSite" osanglers.org
Supporting Boy and Girl Scouts with Fishing Equipment, Conservation and Fishing Skills
2017 Kids Schedule:
5 Trips Complete
128 Kids went fishing