Monster Dorado in Cabo

Striped and blue marlin are being encountered on the usual grounds such as the 1150 Spot. Mixed-size dorado, including some bulls to over 50 pounds, were being caught. The majority taken while searching farther offshore, though some larger dorado were also caught closer to shore where juvenile dorado were found in small schools.

Baja Tournaments Highlight Week

The “Fishing in La Paz” tournament attracted 167 Teams competing for more than ONE AND HALF MILLION DOLLARS last weekend. It was an exciting kickoff for the “Fishing in the Five” series which will have more than 60 tournaments in the five municipalities of Baja Sur, ending in the municipality of Loretto in 2023.

Stay tuned for more details of this event and the many tournaments throughout Baja Sur to follow!

It’s All About the KIDS!

The Stars and Stripes Charity Tournament, one of the most unique and successful charity events honoring “It’s all about the Kids,” celebrated its 25th anniversary with nearly a thousand attendees from around the world. Participants traveled to Cabo to help raise funds for those less fortunate and enjoy the many things the area offers.
Over 50 teams participated in the two-day Sportfishing Tournament. It began with a spectacular parachute jump by U.S. Veteran and paraplegic Dana Bowman as he floated toward the beach with the flags of the United States and Mexico fluttering beneath his chute.

$577,800 Awarded at MPE Tourney

Baja Bytes – May 17, 2022   The Third Annual Marina Puerto Escondido Fishing Tournament payout exceeds HALF-MILLION DOLLARS! During the two-day event, 51 Teams competed for $577,800. The huge sum was awarded to those Teams catching the largest Yellowtail, the largest Dorado, and Releasing the most Billfish each day during the event. First Place Overall went to Martha Macnab’sContinue reading “$577,800 Awarded at MPE Tourney”

Baja Easter was fishy

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?