Here ya go , haven’t got one this big in about 6 years…Dave & Geri Christman. aboard the “Geri Lynn”
Category Archives: Cowsized Tuna
Big Tuna-Big Money
Baja Bytes – November 8, 2022 Baja California Sport Fishing TIJUANA-ROSARITO-ENSENADA FISHING CLUB Off course there is always the shore! South (Baja Sur) Tuna Tournament Bahia Asunción No Report La Bocana No Report Loreto The street in front of the boat ramp is torn up, making things a bit more challenging for boaters. The weather hasContinue reading “Big Tuna-Big Money”
Big Fish-Huge Checks
Meanwhile, at the Pisces dock today… a COW TUNA landed by badass Angler Ann Anderson, who fought this fish for 3 hours and 20 minutes before getting it to the Pisces 62-foot Viking “Chasin’ Tail,” PLUS, the team, “Chasin’ Tail” also landed another EIGHT Tuna and Dorado!!
The Copa Baja California 3rd round
A 50-pound dorado, yellowfin tuna, and a released marlin … what more could you ask for? Pisces 31′ Rebecca got it done yesterday for angler Joe Starkey and friends from Texas! A big shoutout to Captain JR, who has been with Pisces for nearly 25 years! …Pisces Sportfishing Fleet
Baja Wahoo Worth 50K and New Car!
In addition to $50,000 USD, which included all four jackpots, the team took home a 2022 Volkswagen Polo.
Baja Bull Dorado are back…
We haven’t seen dorado numbers like this in YEARS! A bull dorado over 40 pounds was landed. That’s at least one Big Bull a day for the past week!..Rebecca Ehrenberg
Big Baja Fish in June…You Bet!
Quite a few fish were released in the 20 to 50-pound class. The beach off La Capilla is a hot spot, and Rincon Bay has been producing some big roosters. We are getting Tube Mackerel (Chili Willys), a deadly bait for the roosters!
Baja Bluefin Dazzle
From the border to Ensenada, down to San Quintin, the local sportfishing fleets offer adventure fishing trips offshore to catch monster-sized bluefin tuna seldom found this close in range.
Baja Tournaments Begin
This past weekend, Lori Heath and I went on a 1.5-day trip on “Old Glory” with Captain Kley Williams, who had received information that there were signs of bluefin and yellowtail southwest of San Diego. So we headed to that zone looking for tuna and yellowtail paddies.
We had good weather and stopped several times in the dark and early morning on deep tuna marks. One angler got hit but did not connect. As the sun came up, we spotted jumping tuna and were excited to know we were in an area holding fish. Late morning we slid up to a kelp paddy, and it was “game on” for 7 to 12-pound yellowtail on flylined sardines, yoyo jigs, colt snipers, and surface irons!
AFTCO CELEBRATES BLUEFIN’S RETURN
Baja Bytes – November 9, 2021 IT DISAPPEARED FOR GENERATIONS AND SEASONS ON END, ONLY TO RETURN, THIS TIME, RIVALING THE GOLDEN ERA OF THE PAST. https://youtu.be/Nkc1VQjr2yo Bluefin, the very fish that ushered in California’s sportfishing, vanished from its coastline for nearly a century. The giant bluefin returned this year, rivaling the golden era of theContinue reading “AFTCO CELEBRATES BLUEFIN’S RETURN”