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Thank you for choosing Rich Tauber Southern California Bass Fishing Guide Service, California’s ultimate instructional bass fishing guide service. We have been fishing Lake Casitas, Castaic Lake, Lake Cachuma and Pyramid Lake in Southern California since 1977. In particular, we specialize as an Lake Casitas Bass Fishing Guide.

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Come and experience world famous trophy bass fishing on the hottest bass fishing lakes in Southern California. Point often overlooked, we supply everything needed for your day of fishing. Therefore, while in the Los Angeles area, reserve a trip to experience our Southern California bass fishing guide service. From the novice angler to the most experienced anglers, families to corporate trips, Rich Tauber Fishing Guide Service provides unmatched service and overall enthusiasm to ensure a great day of bass fishing here in Southern California.

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Southern California Bass Fishing Guide

Rich Tauber Southern California Bass Fishing Guide service is unique, in that, you will do ALL the fishing. In fact, we do not fish other than to instruct, tutor and teach. Therefore, the fishing day is yours. Hence, we will do everything possible to make this the best fishing experience of your life. Call or text  today at 818-439-1154 for information or to Book Online NOW, click the button below.

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Rich Tauber Southern California Bass Fishing Guide Reports

Southern California Saltwater Fishing Charter 06/18/2019 –

With the outstanding fishing that we’ve had at the Channel Islands we are directing lots of our clients toward a saltwater fishing trip And here is John cashing in on those conditions. We left Channel Islands Harbor at 6 AM in absolutely flat greasy calm conditions. Started in the sea bass grounds and made quick work of a beautiful 30 pound fish. The guys wanted to get involved in our fantastic calico bass fishing so we fished plastics in less than 10 feet of water on boiler rocks for another 20+ fish. We will be back at it tomorrow morning. Anglers interested in booking their freshwater or saltwater fishing trip can call or text me at 818-439-1154 or go to our website www.richtauberfishing.com click the book online button and purchase your trip today.

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RTF Southern California Saltwater Fishing Charter 06/13/2019 –

This is Takashi visiting from Tokyo. He booked two days of fishing and elected to spend one of those fishing channel islands with our captain Jake Klinshaw. He started his day with this fantastic 30 pound white seabass and they added another seabass to the count and then moved to Anacapa Island where they rounded the day out with 30+ calico bass all on the soft plastics. The fishing is fantastic and we are open seven days a week. This is absolutely the premier time to book your saltwater fishing trip. June through September are the classic months to fish the channel islands. Go to www.richtauberfishing.com and click the saltwater online booking and you can purchase your trip today. Call or text us at 818-439-1154 and we can give you all the information about booking a fishing trip in Southern California. Captain Rich Tauber.

Southern California Saltwater Fishing Charter 06/13/2019

RTF Southern California Saltwater Fishing Charter 06/11/2019 –

Here is John fishing with his great friend Arnie. White Seabass and calico bass dominated the outing just an absolutely awesome day of fishing! We had beautiful calm conditions and fished both Santa Cruz and Anacapa Island. Caught and released over 35 calico bass in less than 10 feet of water. We want to let our clients know that without question the best choice right now is booking a saltwater fishing trip. Our boat can fish 1 to 3 people comfortably and myself and Captain Jake Klinshaw are available seven days a week. It’s a customized fishing trip just for you and one or two friends. Absolutely beautiful scenery, great fishing and of course you’ll be able to take home some wonderful fish to eat at the end of the day. Boat leaves channel Islands launch ramp at 6 AM and returns at 4 PM so it’s a wonderful full day of fishing.

We supply all the rods reels and tackle you’ll need for the day and the total price for your fishing trip is just $475. Call or text me at 818-439-1154 for more information. Captain Rich Tauber.

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Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 06/09/2019 –

Well myself and my band of fishing guides have been working every day this week on multiple trips. Big groups on the pontoon boat and smaller groups on the bass boat. But without question this was our favorite picture of the week This is Patsy who is 88 years young! She met me at the dock at 11 o’clock in the afternoon Lake Casitas Ventura California and had the greatest attitude and wonderful energy. She caught this fantastic 3 1/2 pound bass all by herself:-) A great inspiration and look forward to seeing you again next year! Anglers interested in booking a fishing trip Castaic Lake, Southern California saltwater trip, or Lake Casitas Ventura California can call or text me at 818-439-1154.

Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 06/09/2019

Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 06/05/2019 –

Here is Ed who just recently moved to Ventura from the East Coast. Had not been freshwater fishing in many many years and this was his first time seeing Lake Casitas. Caught several bass in the 2 pound range in less than 5 feet of water. Conditions are improving and some beautiful clear water in certain portions of the lake. Anglers interested in booking a freshwater or salt water fishing trip can call or text me at 818-439-1154.

Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 06/05/2019

RTF Southern California Saltwater Fishing Charter  06/02/2019

It’s still June and still gloomy here at the Channel Islands but with that we have beautiful ocean conditions. Picked up returning passengers Andy, Garret and Eric on this beautiful spring morning. We shot across to the island in absolutely gorgeous lake like conditions and made it to the island in a quick fashion. We started out in the White Sea bass zone to keep tabs on them but unfortunately they were nowhere to be found today which makes them live up to their name as the “gray ghosts”. Instead, a new wave of barracuda and bonito pushed into the area and the guys laughed, crap talked to each other and had a blast pulling on as many barracuda as they wanted to catch in an absolutely wide open bite. Double and triple hookups were nonstop for awhile until they got tired of catching them. With nice weather and and a change of pace, we switched gears and tied up some plastics to go cast around in the dark shallows where boiler rock calico bass lurk. Didn’t take long for the boys to start whooping the bass and even having doubles and triples on these too. Very fun action but also good quality as well. All three of the guys each caught at least one trophy size calico bass to go along with the many other nice ones that were flying into the boat. After winding in bass and seeing followers trying to steal the bait out of the hooked basses mouth and big bass shooting out from the rocks to charge the boat and eat a bait at the rod tip, we eventually made a move and to get the guys some fish to take home. With plastics and bass gear still in hand, we caught quality rockfish in the shallows that will be released into some hot oil at home to finish up an awesome day of fishing at the Channel Islands. Awesome trip and even better people to share it with. Thanks boys, can’t wait to see you for the next one. – Captain Jake Klinshaw

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RTF Southern California Saltwater Fishing Charter 05/31/2019 –

June is here and so is the gloom. Picked up Richard and Cameron on this overcast Friday and shot across in beautiful weather to the island. The guys opted to try and catch a seabass over anything else. Unfortunately I think the storm and colder water temperatures that resulted from the storm had these fish lockjaw and after several attempts of locating the school and getting the lines right in the middle of it, we never captured one. Richard and Cameron wouldn’t give up and weren’t getting discouraged so we left the not biting school and looked for a new area that hopefully had biting fish in it. With even better conditions in the new area we were very optimistic but unfortunately never located a school. Instead, barracuda stole the show and had some fun pulling on these aggressive fish that were charging the boat and eating baits right at the rod tip.  After spending most of the day giving an honest try to catch a White Sea Bass, we cut our losses and caught some bass and sheepshead to bring a little more action into the day before we had to call it. Thank you fellas, hope to see you again. – Captain Jake Klinshaw

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Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 06/02/2019 –

Here is Josh visiting from Wisconsin. A fantastic 24-year-old angler and he took on Lake Casitas in a big way this morning. Hands full of beautiful fish taken in less than 3 feet of water. Water temperature touched 70° today. We also have some wonderful fishing at Castaic Lake with lots of spawning largemouth in shallow water and we have a stripe bass pattern on the troll. Anglers interested in fishing Castaic Lake or Lake Casitas can call or text me at 818-439-1154.

Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 06/02/2019

Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 05/30/2019 –

Spent the day Lake Casitas Ventura California with three wonderful young men serving in the United States Navy. It was a lot of work but everybody was able to catch a nice 4 pound plus bass. Water temperature is steady at 68° and water clarity improves each and every day. Anglers interested in booking their freshwater or saltwater fishing trip in Southern California can call or text me at 818-439-1154.

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Lake Casitas Fishing Guides Report 05/26/2019 –

Well we’re starting to see things improve a bit! Had some pretty steady fishing today and most of our trips throughout the week produced a variety of largemouth bass, and surprisingly some pretty steady trout fishing also. There are areas of beautiful clearwater and the fish are beginning to move a bit. Live threadfin shad has without question been our best producer and we have multiple trips booked every day through the holiday weekend. We have some excellent fishing at Castaic Lake also with a mix of largemouth bass and stripe bass. Anglers interested in booking their fishing trip in Southern California can call or text me at 818-439-1154.

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