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1-17-2017


San Vicente and El Cap continue to produce!

These two local ladies showed off how to get it done with some " Girl Power", it seems like the ladies always catch em!.They had a mix of fish both deep and shallow while throwing finnesse worms. Fishing remains solid at San Vicente with many multiple limits being caught each trip.

Please call or e-mail for dates that remain available for booking!

 

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Meet Jim

biophotoI grew up as a native Californian immersed in and around saltwater and freshwater fishing. As early as I can remember I always had a rod and reel in my hand, it was my passion! With that I began as a deckhand with our San Diego sportfishing fleet when I was fourteen years old. When I was eighteen years old I obtained my Captain's License and I operated boats for the sportfishing and commercial fishing industries on the West Coast for nearly three years.

I now have over twenty years experience including fly fishing and bass fishing on the West Coast and adjacent inland waters. I have an extensive background in all applications, methods and techniques for both saltwater and freshwater fishing that includes fishing in oceans, lakes, rivers and tributaries.

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Follow Colton Hallauer

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My youngest son Colton has a serious passion for bass fishing, and at 14 years old is already outfishing many of the adults I know!. Being the proud father that I am, I've dedicated a page of this site to Colton and his love of bass fishing!

Click here to read about my son, future bass pro, Colton Hallauer.

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December 21 2015 - Winter time fishing fast upon us!

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Local fishing in San Diego remained consistent as we move into our fall months. If your looking to get out for an afternoon half day trip or full day trip please give me a call and we can schedule an outing.

Return clients from Japan (itaru and Toshi) with a great bag of fish! late september

Book your trip now!

 
SD Fish guide Bio
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An interview with tournament angler and guide Jim Hallauer

MAR 06, 2014  WRITTEN BY  

Jim Hallauer is an accomplished local tournament angler and fishing guide with over 20 years of fishing experience on San Diego County lakes. 
How long have you been fishing, and how did you get started?

I have been fishing for over 30 years. I first got started fishing with my dad at the age of 8 and then I became a deckhand on sportfishing boats when I was 14.

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Southern California's Hottest Bass Lakes

El Capitan
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El Capitan is one of the biggest lakes in the county, formed by the damming of the San Diego River. El Capitan is a prolific local tournament lake, kicking out quality limits year-round.
Lower Otay
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Lower Otay is a long tule lined lake with a lot of flippable shoreline cover. Bass over 10 pounds are common, especially around the trout plants.
Lake Hodges
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Lake Hodges is one of the most famous local lakes, being the only "non-trout" lake to produce a bass over 20 pounds.
Diamond Valley Lake
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There may be no hotter lake in the country in the last few years than Diamond Valley. This new reservoir is as healthy as can be, with clear water, deep structure, and tons of solid bass.
Lake Murray
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Lake Murray is known for its trophy bass, kicking out numerous teen-sized fish each year. The spring is the best time to target the double-digit Murray bass.
Miramar Lake
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Miramar is a small, deep, clear-water reservoir that has produced 5 of the top 25 largest bass ever caught. Tules line the majority of the lake and provide year-round cover for bass.
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Contact Jim

Give me a call or send me an email to talk about a guided fishing trip or marketing service. I would love to hear from you.

(619)857-7173

Licensed & Bonded

fish-and-game-logoJim Hallauer is bonded and holds a valid Guide License by the California Department of Fish & Game. Don't hire an unlicensed or uninsured guide, check to make sure your guide is properly licensed and covered.