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Snapshots of our fishing trips in Baja

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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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107th Fish with Me Tournament

October 29 – November 3, 2015

Hotel Playa Del Sol, B. C. S.

Fish Count for 11 Cruisers 10 anglers and 5 Guests:
3 Blue Marlin – 7 Stripe Marlin – 3 Sail Fish
27 Tuna – 5 Dorado – 12 Trigger Fish

Sunrise in Baja

Beautiful Sun rises are a normal start for the day and we really enjoyed this one.

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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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