Tuna snap . . . roosters crow


What a difference a week can make. The cooler, off-color water, along with the bad moon rising that was mentioned last week, faded into a bad memory as water temps and color quickly returned to normal. Our fleet found the best action to the north in 85 degree water. At the Punta Pescadero shark buoys,…

Full moon and total eclipse of moon blues


Baja is the “land of the unusual,” and that certainly was evident last week with the confluence of unusual winds, plummeting water temperatures and several tropical storms\hurricanes far below us heading west that plagued us. Despite all that, the variety of fish caught last week lived up to expectations for June and included billfish, yellowfin…

Cows flying…fish fickle…few folks


Kelly Corcoran organized the “Baja-Ha-ha Fishing Tournament” over the weekend with participants from the northwest, WA, AK, OR and CA in fifteen boats.  The sounds of friendly ribbing about just ‘who would catch what’ punctuated with laughter could be heard  as the teams boarded the  five pangas and five cruisers each day. At the awards…

June began with a ‘win-win’ week.


Good weather most of the week with a few windy days toward the end produced one of our best weeks of the young season. Always a good sign of more billfish moving into the area was a number of jumping marlin seen on the grounds.  From South of the hotel, beginning at Las Frailes, and…