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Click here to see photos and read about the 300+ baby turtles released to the sea at the 103rd Dark of the Moon Tournament.

Snapshots of our fishing trips in Baja

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50 Years of Finding Fish

When I was a child, I began to learn basic investigation technique and process from my father. However, the ways in which I learned the tools for my eventual profession took place not on the streets or by analyzing crime scenarios—it resulted from our fishing adventures.

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Baja’s East Cape, Marlin Capital of the World

Check out my new article in Alaska Fishing Magazine, where I write about my history of fishing in the East Cape of Baja all the way up to the present. In this article you’ll learn about the four destinations I recommend in the East Cape area, big game tackle suggestions, surf fishing tackle, what to expect to catch, what to pack, how to get there, non-fishing activities, and much more!

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96th Dark of the Moon – June 10-15, 2010

The first day of the tournament proved to be challenging as we experienced unusual winds from the East and swell from 4-6 ft. to the occasional 6-8 ft swell. By day 2, however, the seas were back to normal with no wind and relatively flat seas. Air conditioning was not needed day or night and the evenings were very pleasant.

FISH COUNT
Species Number
Stripe Marlin 11
Blue Marlin 1
Dorado 5
Yellow-fin Tuna 136
This was a total of 153 fish caught on 15 Cruisers.

The highlight of my trip anyway was the 451 lb. Blue Marlin I caught on Day 1. I was fishing with Roland Martines of Alta Loma, California.

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