Shooting your own foot! Fishing responsibly and minding life on the sea is one thing, but stupidity mixed with negligence is quite another deal, and the latter is becoming more commonplace. I
Hi Gary. I was pleasantly surprised to find this in one of the most remote places I have been in the SOC on a kayak trip last week. I never had the pleasure of knowing him but read your articles about him. Nothing mentioned about this monument. Do you know any history about who may have put this out there?
Probably one of the best bluefin tuna fishing days of all time!
Baja Bytes – April 5, 2022 Que Pasa In 1976 a commercial fishing boat out of Bora Bora caught a 3000-pound blue marlin that was weighed on a commercial truck scale as it was too big to weigh on a fish scale. The fish was 27-feet-long, and the Gray Taxidermy team recreated it and proudlyContinue reading “3,000-Pound Blue Marlin Restored”
Stephen Jansen 7th Sierra Tournament
Remarkably, 402 anglers signed up for this popular event that had been missed because of COVID-19
It was a short early morning bite but some really quality fish were caught according to Jansen. Overall 62 sierras were brought to the scale.
At least 50 hectares of forest burned in the small town of Santiago, 55 kilometers north of San José del Cabo. A fire in a palm tree forest in Baja California Sur damaged or destroyed at least 40 homes on Friday night. The fire burned about six hectares of forest, damaging dozens of properties. The area’s characteristic high winds blew the flames out of control.
Baja Bytes –February 22, 2022 Que Paso The Federal government has announced that 16 states have turned “Green” in the pandemic semaphore, or stoplight. Among those states is Baja California Sur, your favorite one. Green indicates that we are SAFE, and most restrictions, if not all, can be lifted. The final decision on the restrictionsContinue reading “Baja Sur Receives GREEN LIGHT”
The waters off Baja Mexico are home to more than 1/3 of the World’s Marine Mammals.
From Ensenada to the tip of Baja and on up to Loreto on the Sea of Cortez side, the mid-winter Baja Whale extravaganza is presently one of the best in several years. Some of the whales you might encounter include:
Baja Bytes –February 8, 2022 Que Pasa IGFA Announces 2022 Tommy Gifford Award WinnersHonoring the Top Captains, Guides, and Crew in Angling History Jesus Araiza One of the longest-tenured charter boat captains in Mexico’s Baja East Cape region, Jesus Araiza held a remarkable front row seat to the evolution of Baja sportfishing stretching back to 1955.Continue reading “IGFA Announces 2022 Tommy Gifford Award Winners”
Baja Bytes –January 4, 2022 Baja Bytes Podcasts Que Pasa Stars & Stripes Tournament is in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Happy New Year!! Don’t forget to register for the 25th Annual Stars & Stripes Tournament. Be sure to register early, as you will not want to miss this event!! The 24th Stars & Stripes CharityContinue reading “Rain from Border to Bahía Ascensión “