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Snapshots of our fishing trips in Baja

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113th Fishing Tournament

Top Angler

  • Mike Totey, Albany, Oregon
  • 1 Blue Marlin – 5 Yellowfin Tuna

Top Team

  • John Kaeser, Seabeck, Wa.
  • Mike Totey, Albany, Oregon

Largest Nonbill fish

  • Paul Cahil, Vancouver, Wa.
  • 35 lb. Tuna

Fish Count

  • 8 Sailfish
  • 2 Blue Marlin
  • 2 Striped Marlin
  • 1 Dorado
  • 16 Tuna

108th Fishing Trip

The 108th was a good one, weather and the fish count. If you missed this one, we averaged 5 fish per angler. 9 Wahoo were taken which meant 4 anglers caught their first one ever.

Mike Totey, John Kaeser, and Brad Eckland show these first three on day one.

Total Fish Count
6 Marlin – 9 Wahoo – 10 Dorado – 13 – Tuna – 2 Jack Crevalle

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106th Fishing Trip

June 18 – 23, 2015

Hotel Playa Del Sol – Baja BCS

Fish Count
3 Blue Marlin – 31 Stripe Marlin – 20 Sailfish
9 Tuna – 2 Dorado – 1 Shark

Fishing sunrise in Baja

Sunrise Baja

Not since the June trip, 2013 have we had a Billfish count like this one. That trip in 2013 caught only 2 more Billfish than we did on the 106th.

Another beautiful sunrise greeted 25 anglers and guests on the first day of fishing. 19 anglers fished on a total of 22 Cruisers (18 in tournament). If you missed this one, we could have used more help, and we ended up with over 3 fish per angler, 66 total.

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My Favorite Fish

Take a look at this new video featuring my favorite fish, and where they live!

104th Tournament

June 27 – July 2, 2014

East Cape – Baja Sur

We were met with temperatures in the 90’s and at times high humidity which was not seasonal for June.  It was compared to August weather by the local residents who stay all year.

We were greeted by staff and the boat crews who welcomed as usual when we arrived.  Enough can not be said about their friendliness, courtesy and professionalism.

The humidity and numerous clouds most of the mornings gave us some beautiful sunrises and twice lit up skies at sunset.

Sunset in BajaGoing fishing in Baja / East CapeBaja / East Cape beautiful sunset

A total of 22 Anglers and guests attended this event and fished on 16 cruisers and 3 – 1/2 day Pangas, catching a total of 57 nice fish. The count was:

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