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Recent Club News
Updated:
(06/26) Summer Fun: Calico's Wake Up (Report) & (Pics)
(06/17) Outer Islands Trip (Report) & (Pictures)
 (05/22) Jack Limbers Memorial Trip
(Report) & (Jacks Remembrance)
(05/19) On the Social Side Update (Report)
(05/11) SCI Produces Full Sacks (Report)
(05/02) High Sierra Report by Ken Harrison (Link)
(04/24) SCI Charter Scores on YT (Report)
(04/18) On the Social Side Update (Report)
(04/18) Windy Weather Changes Fishing Destination (Report) (Pics)
(03/30) Castros Camp Trip (Report)
(03/27) Link to Charter Video: Invicta Trip.mp4
(02/28)  Drift Gill Net & Long Line letter to PMFC (Letter & Net Map) 
(02/19)  Cortes Bank Tuna Trip Report (Report) & (Pics)

How Big is that Calico Bass? (Graph and Info)


Fish of the Month (Class I)
Size really does matter for the Fish of the Month 
in May
Bruce Willett with 37.5 Yellowfin
First Club Caught Yellowfin in 2015



Fish of The Month (Class II)
Bob Bauersfeld (with Beer Caddy) poses with a very respectable Alaskan Halibut



Changes in Pacific Bluefin Tuna Regulations!
A Must Read for Anglers
At its April 8, 2015 meeting, the California Fish and Game Commission adopted a reduced two-fish recreational daily bag limit for Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis) as well as new requirements for filleting tuna on vessels south of Point Conception. These regulation changes will conform to new federal regulations and become effective when published in theCalifornia Regulatory Notice Register this summer. CDFW anticipates that federal and state regulations will have the same effective date when the final federal rule is published. These recreational fishing regulation changes complement reductions in commercial catch allowances reached through international treaty agreement with the U.S. and other treaty nations.
  • Oceanside Senior Anglers, Inc. is 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, picnics and meetings, plus Kids & Wounded Warrior fishing trips, conservation programs and more ... click on the tabs above ...                                                                                                                      



We Take Kids Fishing
"Old Kids Helping Young Kids"



Refurbished Rod and Reels for Boy Scouts
A BIG shout out to Ed Dennis for his maintenance & Ken Harrison for helping out with the BSA Fishing Merit Badge Program 
We Take Vets Fishing






(Miles & Miles of Mono)
Link to: OSA Monofilament Recycling Totals
Bring Your Used Line to Club Meetings

OSA has recycled 46.66 miles of line since the program began in 2014




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OSA Chartermaster Forms
OSA Guidelines and Recommendation Documents
Club Fish Records
Boat Bunk Layouts
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