Trinidad Bay Vacation Rentals
Stunning California Coastal Village
Vacations on the
"No Sailing Directions are required for this anchorage. It is perfectly safe from May to October and will be found of importance as a Harbor of Refuge for vessels that may have suffered on their way North from the strong head winds that generally prevail along the coast during these months."
Reconnaissance of Trinidad Bay, California U.S. Coast Survey, 1851
Trinidad is home to many species of sport fish. Salmon, ling cod, rock fish, surf fish, Dungeness crab, halibut and more can all be found near Trinidad.
Trinidad Bay Charters
Light Tackle Rockcod Fishing's popularity is rapidly growing among experienced anglers. Newcomers will discover how fun it is as they quickly master the technique. Nothing matches the thrill of hooking, playing and landing a fish on lightweight gear.
Trinidad offers some of the best opportunities for light tackle fishing on California's beautiful Northcoast. Located 30 miles north of Eureka, the rugged coastline provides miles of perfect shallow water rockfish habitat. Anglers enjoy the close proximity to the fishing grounds, with the average running time being under 1/2 hour.
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Thinking about visiting the amazing North Coast of California and booking a fishing trip on the Wind Rose this summer?
The Wind Rose is 38 feet long and 13 feet wide, fully licensed, bonded, insured, and... comfortable! The boat is a beauty that is always clean and well stocked with quality fishing equipment. We offer half-day charters as well as full-day trips. Reserve your seat now! Call us now.
Come sport fishing with us aboard the fishing vessel Toni Rae II out of Trinidad Bay in Humboldt County California!
Our season is from May 24, 2018 to Sept. 14, 2018.
We mainly fish for rockfish, salmon and dungeness crab when in season. We also can add halibut to an all day charter. We love to take families and groups of friends out for a day of fun. We can take a maximum of 6 people at a time.