Fishermen Sounds at Redondo Beach Pier
Royalty Free Sound LibraryOcean Sound Effects
Specs: 81 files • 24 bit / 96-192 kHz • 20GB • Includes metadata
Duration: Approx. 200 Minutes
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Recording fishermen on the Redondo Beach Pier
One evening before sunset, Libby and I went to Redondo Beach. The smell of the saltwater and fish welcomed us. We were surprised to see how many fishermen there were along the pier waiting for the next bite to tug on their lines. Even with all the fishermen, the Pier at Redondo Beach has a relaxing atmosphere where people go for a stroll and enjoy the beautiful views of the ocean, birds, and seals.
The Pier was built in 1889 and is located only 8 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport and is known as the largest “endless” pier on the coast of California. When you walk along the pier you’ll see an incredible panoramic ocean and coastline view.
To listen to this recording, check out track #55 of the Royalty-Free Ocean and Sea Sounds Library! There are over 80 other ocean sounds recorded around the world that can be found in this library!
What you’ll hear…
– the bell of a navigation mark or moored buoy
– people to talk to each other.
– a fisherman repairing a fishing rod
– whirring sounds a fisherman throws the line to catch the fish and brings it back after catching a fish
– a fisherman catching about 6 fish on one line and another fisherman putting a box right in front of us to put the fish in
– a fisherman coughing
– an airplane in the distance
– birds and seals
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