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Post Sea Star Maintenance

We promised to update you all when we finished our yearly maintenance.  We couldn’t think of a better way than with a video tour narrated by Captain Joe.  Enjoy! httpvh://

Oceanside Restaurant Guide

Last week, we had the pleasure of meeting Mark, a guide to great Oceanside eateries, at the Visit Oceanside Tourist Summit.  Mark has lived in Southern California his whole life and recently moved to Oceanside because it offers a place for him to surf, relax, and enjoy the tourist like atmosphere with the small town… Read more »

Sea Star Maintenance

In preparation for this year’s Oceanside sportfishing season, the Sea Star crew spent multiple days sanding, painting, and cleaning.  It takes many man hours to keep our fishing vessel in tip top shape to land those big deep sea creatures.  Yesterday’s fires in North County San Diego added to the complexity of painting, but we managed… Read more »

Oceanside Beach Cleanup

Here at Sea Star Sportfishing, we value our ocean, harbor, and beaches.  That’s why we are encouraging our fishing friends to help at this year’s Rubio’s 2014 Coast Fest. It is a great opportunity to spend time with friends and family while cleaning up our local Oceanside beach.  It’s a free event and Rubio’s is… Read more »

The Sea Star is in Dry Dock

The Sea Star is in Dry Dock for her biennial maintenance and United States Coast Guard inspection – just in time for the sportfishing season. This year we left Oceanside and took the Sea Star down to Mission Bay, just north of San Diego.  Driscoll’s was ready for us right as we pulled up.  The customer… Read more »

Pelicans – A nuisance or not?

We’ve all seen the pelicans floating in the Oceanside Harbor, pooping on the docks, and constantly following the sportfishing boats.  These large birds try to steal the bait from the bait barge and provide comedic relief when they fall in.  At least they are not as loud and annoying as the giant dogs some call… Read more »

California Coastal Commission Appoints New Member

The California Coastal Commission recently appointed a new member to serve until 2017, Greg Cox.  He is a San Diego county supervisor who replaced Oceanside’s city councilwoman, Esther Sanchez.  Cox has stated he would like to see fish farms along the coast. Other issues he cited include completion of local jurisdiction coastal land-use plans, and improvements… Read more »