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 tuna, dorado, amberjack, yellowtail, pargo, pompano, roosterfish and jacks. Not bad considering the few trips we had for the week.

Yesterday, there were fewer boats fishing than normal for this time of year. Returning skippers displayed brightly colored tuna and dorado flags signaling a productive day. It was an encouraging sign signaling a return to normal conditions this week.

Here are some of our guests and their catches during their recent stay:

Chris Margolan, fishing alone, had a good day with one dorado, one snapper, eight roosterfish and two triggerfish on a half day trip.
Becky and Shaun Novell caught four tuna on the Dottie B with Capt. Vicente.
The Meyers family
Hurricane Beatriz is predicted to turn and head west without any threat to the Baja peninsula.
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