We take great pride in our unwavering commitment to preserving our fishing resources.
Dana Wharf Sportfishing and Whale Whating is involved in many programs that help to conserve marine life fishing resources for generations to come: Please take a minute and learn more about the groups we support.
Over the next four years, the Loggerhead Sea Turtle Research Experiment on the Thermal Corridor Hypothesis team will release 100 satellite-tag-equipped loggerheads to monitor their movements in relation to oceanographic conditions. By learning their transpacific tendencies, they hope to provide vital data for aiding the protection and conservation of this unique endangered species.
The Ocean Resources Enhancement and Hatchery Program (OREHP) is an experimental hatchery program investigating the feasibility of using cultured marine finfish to successfully enhance wild fish populations White Seabass are spawned and reared at a hatchery in Carlsbad, which is owned and operated by Hubbs-SeaWorld.
Join over 125,000 recreational anglers and outdoor enthusiasts working to conserve our marine resources and coastal environments.
SAC’s mission is to promote tourism through marine recreation and education while protecting natural resources.
Non-profits we support who are introducing adults and children to the sport of fishing.
Fish for Life is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Southern California. Their mission is to enhance the lives of special needs inpiduals by providing a complimentary fishing trip on the sea for them to enjoy.
Captain Rollo’s Kids at Sea organizes marine-awareness fishing trips for children who might not otherwise have the opportunity to witness the beauty and splendor of being on the ocean.
Reel Guppy’s mission is to provide a positive environment for our youth using outdoor adventures emphasizing education, life-building lessons, leadership, stewardship, and team building.