Open season for grunion runs. Here is a post I wrote last October.
I received a question from Neighbor Linda regarding the Grunion runs in Dana Point.
“Hi S C Surfbutler, its neighbor Linda. You are so knowledgeable on everything to do with our beaches, I know you will be able to answer my question. I have very fond memories of grunion hunting in my earlier days. We would go to the beach at midnight to catch those slippery guys, and have a great time. Now the beaches close at 10:00. Are we still allowed to go grunion hunting, and if so where can we go? Also, when do they run and do you need a fishing license?”
” This is a great question Neighbor Linda.”
Grunion are pretty important culturally here in Southern California because this doesn’t happen anywhere else in the world and it’s a pretty unique experience. The grunion runs are closed during their peak spawning period March through April. …
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