Gary Graham – That Baja Guy

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IGFA Representative Gary Graham

A BIG Thank You to my friends, Tim and Trish Simpson, Bluewater offshore Big Game Sports Fishing

Let’s Get to Know Gary, by Michelle Monroy Destino Story link

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The Glory Years Story Link

Fishing for Food Click Here

Eyes in the Skies Story Link

The Bisbee’s Black and Blue a Baja Miracle Link

2020 Travel Planner – Below the Border Link


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Gary Graham, That Baja Guy, was inducted into the California Outdoors Hall of Fame in 2008. Link

Two of Gary’s features were chosen for top honors by Outdoor Writers Association of California (OWAC) 2017 awards.  story here

Other Outdoor Writers Association of California (OWAC) Awards include:

TOM MILLER IN THE ’70S
Magdalena Bay – Baja’s last frontier

Sũerte …a chance encounter and a catch

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OCEAN PACIFIC – CALIFORNIA DREAMIN

TALES OF BAJA ALTER A YOUNG MAN’S LIFE PATH

BISBEE BLACK & BLUE: AN UNEXPECTED MIRACLE

DON BLACKMAN AND HIS FABULOUS FISH MACHINE

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There are also some big schools of nice jack from Punta Colorado to La Salina and a ton of “micro” bait that they have been feeding on. Most of this has been taking place a little later in the day. On most days it has started around noon and lasted until about three. If you see the birds, you will find the fish. They are from about 1/2 mile to 2 miles out. Throwing sardina to the fish seemed to work for some groups as they wanted the bait, but others didn’t. You could tell a few groups were more in the spawning mode, but those that wanted to play were overly aggressive. 

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We did catch snapper, grouper, a dorado, along with blue trevally and an assortment of other fish. Oh, and we got a thresher! The weather was great most of the day!  It was 72 to 75 degrees with mild winds