​​​​Oceanside Senior Anglers

Southern California's Largest Senior Angling Club

Welcome to "OurFishSite" osanglers.org

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 ...   

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2016 Program Completed

​We reached 4700 Scouts with our Equipment Program this season

Four Kids Trips Completed in 2016

​We took 120 Kids Fishing this Season

Who Dat? George Ruble with 53lb Wahoo caught off of Mag Bay. 

Seasons Greetings

Bring your Unwrapped Toys to the Dec. 6th Meeting

Upcoming Events

Recent Club News

(10/15) Seabirds and Plastic (Conservation)

(10/11) Limit Style Sept Fishing (CM Mueller) (Fish'n News)

(09/14) Tough Tuna Day (CM Maurtiz) (Fish'n News)

(09/08) Inshore Report (CM Mcintire) (Fish'n News)

(09/01) Big Tuna Bonanza (CM Ruble) (Fish'n News)

(08/25) 1/2 Day Report (CM Capistran) (Fish'n News)

(08/23) Chubasco-Pronto Shootout (Report in Process

Interested in Joining Oceanside Senior Anglers?

Membership form is inside our newsletter or in pdf form on Contact Us page.

Print it...Fill It Out & Mail It In

Sights & Sounds of Summer

OSA did in 2016

Next General Meeting: December 6

Next Board Meeting: January 24, 2017

Next Social Event: Annual Banquet Dec 13 

Next Charter: Jan.25-27 -Peter Rohrich

​*** Chartermaster Training Jan. 3rd ***                          

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Updated November 17, 2016

The ink wasn't even dry on the August YFT record caught by Larry Cusack, when Randy Brown broke the 2 month old record by 2 pounds.

Pictured above is Randy with his 76 lb YFT

Future "OSA" Angler

Owen Sullivan who fished on one of our Kids trips this summer came to the Sept. meeting to explain how he felt about ocean fishing, conservation and having fun. Fred Kaczmarek, Kids program chair takes it all in. Owens parents are stationed at Camp Pendleton. 

Community Outreach Programs

​​​​Got Tuna?

Three Military Trips Completedin 2016

We took 90 Military Men & Women Fishing this Season

Fish of the Month

Club Record Falls on Oct 3.5 day 

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