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”
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:
275-pound Yellowfin Tuna and 700-pound Blue Marlin were caught fewer than two weeks apart by the same boat and crew!
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.”
Thirty local and visiting teams completed their paperwork and plunked down their final payments for the entry fee and brown bag jackpot for the Marina Puerto Escondido Tournament.
The discovery of an over ten foot oarfish in Pichilingue Bay comes barely a month after another oarfish was caught June 11 in Cozumel.
Summer time Bahia de Los Angeles yellowtail give visiting anglers a workout.
Finally, the fishing for roosterfish has been epic. The presence of good quality live bait and grande-sized roosterfish have put lots of smiles on the faces of anglers.
Baja Bytes Fishing – Tuesday, June 9, 2020 Que Pasa Baja Los Cabos is second Mexican destination to get Safe Travels stamp Click Here As of Sunday, Tijuana had 2,335 confirmed cases and 643 deaths, according to Secretaría de Salud del Estado de Baja California. But Mexicali cases have surpassed Tijuana’s in recent weeks, and a reportContinue reading “Baja Stripers Explode”
It is now approaching ninety days since sport fishing ceased in Baja Sur, with only a handful of boats going out to catch fish to distribute to local families in need.