Oceanside Senior Anglers

A non-profit 501(c)(7) fishing club dedicated to seniors throughout Southern California and elsewhere who enjoy fishing.


Oceanside Senior Anglers, Inc. (OSA) was formed in 1994 and incorporated as a non-profit 501 (c) (7) organization on August 8, 2011. The club provides a sportfishing outlet to Southern California seniors. Membership is open to seniors over the age of 50, and includes a spouse or significant other.


The club has a healthy and active membership, with over 200 members and almost 340 including spousal members. Club activities are centered around chartered saltwater fishing trips for members and, in addition, we hold social events including numerous picnics and an annual banquet, as well as helping raise funds for our Oceanside Senior Anglers Foundation. We understand that the Oceanside Senior Anglers club is one of largest senior fishing clubs in California, and has a Conservation Policy that encourages all members to follow on club trips and on any other fishing trips that they participate in.


To find out more about our club and activities that include many chartered fishing trips, social events and meetings, plus our community outreach programs, conservation efforts and more, please use the menu links at the top of the page.


Our Motto: Fish & Play The Senior Angler Way

Upcoming Events

Next General Meeting: 

Oct. 5th
In person & Zoom

Next Board Meeting:

Sept 27, 2021

Next Social Event:

Sept 24, 2021
Mexican Fiesta de

Event Chairman
Jim Mauritz


Next Charters:

Sept 21, 2021
Full Day

Charter Master
Bill Modi


Sept 27-30, 2021
2.5 Day

Charter Master
Lee Mueller


Oct 7, 2021
Full Day

Charter Master
Jim Mauritz


Oct 18-21, 2021
2.5 Day

Charter Master
Jim Mauritz



Californian Fish And Game Commission

Change in Ground Fish Regulations

Oceanside Senior Anglers

No Tackle Left Behind

We are looking for Jigs, Lures, Rods & Reels that could be turned into:

"Perpetual Re-purposed Fishing Fun"

The donated equipment will be refurbished and offered at the club meeting tackle table.

John Dewitt continues to perfect a new two part epoxy and paint schemes for his re-purposed jigs and lures. 

All proceeds go to the OSA Foundation

We need Heavy & Surface Jigs. John can also use 2X and 3X treble hooks.

We can use Offshore/Inshore Rods-Reels to offer the membership in a club auction.

Check your Gear OSA Members, if you want to find a good home for your used gear and help the club, bring your stuff to a club meeting.

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