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Rock Cod



In the News~

February 17, 1900 [SBMP]: “Fishing has been very good across the channel today. The Genova came in Thursday night with 800 pounds of rock cod and white fish.”


January 14, 1903 [SBI]: “The fishing sloop Clemente arrived at San Pedro yesterday from Anacapa Island with 3500 pounds of rock cod, which had been caught with a hand line.”


April 10, 1904 [SBMP]: “Fishing has been good in Pelican Bay for some time, and some very large sheepshead have been caught, 15 and 20 pounders, also numbers of rock cod, white fish, sculpin and black bass...”


September 23, 1904 [SBMP]: “At the island the fishermen trolled for yellowtail and barracuda, and were successful in catching a good supply of each, and then they anchored the boat in deep water and fished for rock cod and sheepshead in quantities no less than the surface had yielded to fishermen's wiles...”


February 4, 1915 [SBMP]: “Larco's sturdy powerboat, the Miramar, arrived from the islands about noon yesterday... The Miramar's cargo was a total of about 100 pounds each of crawfish and rock cod, and this yield represented three days' fishing at ten camps on the Santa Cruz Island shores...”


February 16, 1915 [SBMP]: “Captain Ira K. Eaton came in from Santa Cruz Island with his powerboat Sea Wolf yesterday morning, bringing a load of rock cod. The boat will return to the islands today.”


February 16, 1915 [SBMP]: “Captain Charles Hanson came over from Valdez Harbor yesterday in his powerboat, the Flyer, with rock cod.”


July 7, 1915 [SBMP]: “One of the most delightful island parties of the season returned to the mainland on the Sea Wolf last Monday evening... Miss Maude Huse of this city carried off the anglers' honors in pulling to the surface on one of her casts, four big rock cod on the four hooks carried by her line, the smallest one weighing ten pounds...”