Baja blue or yellow-fin tuna on the menu

We saw decent signs of bluefin. There weren’t many surface signs but we were able to mark the few we saw around 150’. We hooked one off a flat fall rigged with heavier hooks and leader. We haven’t gotten a weight, but we based it off the one we hooked and landed and they have to be bigger fish. We were very glad we had the heavier tackle this time around…

Swordfish Float at Los Cabos

The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) recently announced the release of the highly anticipated 2021 World Record Game Fishes book, the world’s most definitive publication of recreational angling records, and the organization’s signature membership benefit.

Smart Skipper™ The Next Step in Marine IoT Technology

Smart Skipper™ consists of innovativeSmart Mate devices and the Smart Skipper™ app. Smart Mate devices use Bluetooth 5.0 mesh technology, which does not require line of sight to each device, dramatically improving connectivity and ease of installation even in the most demanding of marine environments.

MPE Tournament Kicks Off 2021 Baja Season

It was a long wait since the First Marina Puerto Escondido Tournament took place in 2019. Team “TAG,” the overall winner of first place in 2019 returned seeking a repeat performance only to be nudged out of the “release” top spot by the time of catch in the release division by newcomer “Team La Chingona.”

MARINA PUERTO ESCONDIDO SUNDAY WINNERS

MPE Final Results May 16, 2021 JEFF HILL           TEAM CANUCKS EDGAR JIMENEZ        TEAM CHICLE BOLA JOHN SERCU               TEAM TAG TEAM MICHAEL CARLYLE    TEAM MARMAKOS MARTHA MACNAB     TEAM RETRIEVER ANTONIO BORJOQUEZ        TEAM LA CHINGONA FRANCISCO BOJORQUEZ    TEAM HOORAY CURT HAMANN                     TEAM VOLADORES Our thanks to everyone who helped make the Marina Puerto EscondidoContinue reading “MARINA PUERTO ESCONDIDO SUNDAY WINNERS”

Baja Summertime’s Here

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.