Mendocino / Fort Bragg
Whale Watching along the Mendocino Coast – Our guide to Mendocino and Fort Bragg sightseeing and charter boats can help you find the perfect sightseeing excursion to view the great whale migration.
Gray Whales – 20,000 Gray Whales travel along the California coast two times every year. During December through mid February, the whales migrate south from the arctic waters off the coast of Alaska to their winter birthing grounds off of the Baja Peninsula. Then from mid February through April, they return to the arctic waters to feed. Peak viewing times are usually mid January and mid March. More background on the Gray Whale >>
Humpback Whales – Spending the winter months off of the Mexican Coast to breed and give birth, the Humpback Whales migrate north to polar waters to feed during the summer months. Humpback Whales are most common off the Central Coast from April through November. More background on the Humpback >>
Whale Watching and Charter boats
Mendocino Coast Whale Festivals - Mendocino / Fort Bragg
Imagine...tasting delightful wines in elegant shops and galleries just steps from the dramatic Pacific Ocean cliffs. You can experience this and many more luxuries of the eye and palate at this year's Mendocino Coast Whale Festivals!
Noyo Harbor, Fort Bragg, CA (707) 964-1881
Captain Tim is a seasoned Charter Boat Professional, who has worked out of Noyo Harbor in Fort Bragg, California for over 30 years. He will give current reports on our FaceBook Page of what fish we are catching as well as whale sightings! You will find out about the species of fish, size, and even get information on the current weather conditions.
21461 John Hyman Rd. Fort Bragg, CA 95437 (707) 964-4550
Fishing and Whale Watching on the Trek II with Anchor Charter Boats. Come Enjoy a Great Day Fishing or Whale Watching on the Trek II in Beautiful Fort Bragg, CA
32440 North Harbor Drive, Fort Bragg CA (707) 964-3000
The Noyo Fishing Center offers several different types of excursions along the scenic north coast. From fishing trips to whale watching, we are bound to have a trip that will satisfy you.
Your Source For Multi Species Angling On The West Slope Of The Sierra And Beyond
8600 N Hwy 1, Fort Bragg, CA (707) 964-3793
Sub-surface progression dive shop provides Abalone Diving Rentals, SCUBA Gear, Surfboards in the Fort Bragg and Mendocino Area.
Tally-Ho Sport Fishing
32450 N. Harbor Dr., Fort Bragg, CA (707) 964-2079
Dock Address: 32390 N. Harbor Dr., Noyo Harbor, CA
Mendocino coastal waters offer a great destination for anglers wanting to catch salmon, rockcod, lingcod and albacore. For a day packed with fun and excitement (and don’t forget Big Fish too!) your licensed Captain, Randy Thornton, invites you to come down to the Noyo Harbor and board the Telstar, for your sport fishing and whale watching adventure today!
21461 John Hyman Rd., Fort Bragg, CA 95437 (707) 964-4550
The Trek II is the largest charter boat in the harbor. It has a heated cabin and is able to cruise over 20 knots so you get more fishing time and less running time. Together, the experience of Richard and Wayne and the capabilities and comfort of the Trek II you will be sure to have a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable trip that you will remember for years.
Whale Watchers - Wharf Master's Inn
785 Iversen Ave., Point Arena CA 95468 (707) 882-3171
Gray whales may be viewed along the northern California Coast from December through April in most years. Weather, warm currents, food supplies, or other conditions may affect their schedule.
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