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Pier Fishing at Huntington Beach

California’s mild season allows fishing enthusiasts to enjoy an all year round ideal fishing conditions. Summertime and Fall season are the best times to catch certain species but the surfperch will stay until the winter. If you are interested in doing some pier fishing in the Southern California area, Huntington Beach Pier is on list for public piers and is listed under the yellow zone on PVS Fishing website which also lists the types of fish that are safe for eating. The Huntington Beach Pier is a fun place to fish and it is the home to the longest pier in Southern California, so you can imagine why it is so famous for many fishers because from the mid-pier area to the end is the home of most of the pelagic. According to Pier Fishing in California when fishing, it is always best to bring two poles. One is for catching small live baits such as the sardines and topsmelt and the other should be heavier and sturdier for larger fishes like the corbina, halibut, …

snow play

Snow play is a popular past-time throughout the mountains in SoCal especially when there are winter storms ‘coz it is the only time when snow is really snow and not iced snow. 🙂 There are a lot of places to snow play in the Wrightwood Mountains, we always go to Inspiration Point though. It is said that the best places to go in SoCal are west of the village and the warmer the weather, the higher elevations tend to be better. Hmmm… I can’t wait for another blast in the snow if plans go through after Christmas day with the whole family, cousins and more little cousins. I can just imagine the fun and how crazy it’d be. And for those who are planning to go too, don’t forget to bring discs, sleds, mittens, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters and anything you might find useful up there. Well, it’s time for the coffee post… Today I had a caramel brûlée instead of the usual skinny peppermint mocha.