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Snapshots of our fishing trips in Baja

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103rd Dark of the Moon Tournament

October 31 – November 5, 2-13

Hotel Playa Del Sol – Los Barriles, Baja Sur

Despite the weather, the ending and passing of Hurricane Raymond and the brushing of Tropical Storm Sonia on Saturday and Sunday, a good experience and fishing event was had by all. This weather rewarded us with some beautiful sun rises.

Baja fishing sunrise

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102nd Dark of the Moon Tournament

20 anglers and guests enjoyed the calm and beautiful East Cape at their favorite 26 room hotel in Las Barriles, B.C.S.—Playa Del Sol, June 6-11, 2013

Palm trees in Baja on our 102nd fishing trip

Welcome to East Cape!

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100th Dark of the Moon Tournament

June 14-19, 2012 – Hotel Playa Del Sol

Sunrise in Baja   Playa del Sol resort

We found the weather a bit warmer for June, and the July humidity was early. All 27 Anglers and 11 Guests were happy to be back to the beautiful East Cape and Fish With Me’s favorite VanWormer resort, Playa Del Sol. Despite the G-20 affair in Cabo, we all were able to travel to and from the Cabo Airport without incident. CONTINUE READING “100th Dark of the Moon Tournament” »

Dark of the Moon #99

A total of 21 cruisers fished over this 4 day event, catching 3 Blue Marlin 10 Stripped Marlin 15 Sailfish and 42 Dorado.

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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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