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”