Striped Bass and Sturgeon Bite Remains Solid

San Pablo Bay


by California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau
2-22-2019
510-417-5557
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The striped bass and sturgeon bite remains solid in the San Pablo Bay along with some quality flounder.  The striped bass have been averaging from 5 to 12 pounds, up to an occasional fish weighing 15 pounds along with some slot limit sturgeon.  Check weather conditions before venturing out to the bay.  Take plenty of extra bait with you because the stealing juvenile crab will eat you alive in certain locations and tides.



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