Red Hot Tuna Action in Baja!
Baja Fly Fishing report covering East Cape, Magdalena Bay, and Cabo San Lucas Baja Mexico.
Week of June 14th.
East Cape – This week we had some up and down days. Early in the week was calm and flat but in the middle of the week, we had a system move through giving us cloudy skies and some fairly heavy winds. With these winds, the water clarity along the beaches and inshore was slightly off for the past couple of days & we still have clouds as of this report, but the winds have dropped and the sun is forecast to return tomorrow. This should improve the beach and inshore conditions. Before this system, we were seeing some action for quality roosters but they were very picky following flies to the very last second before refusing. Even without the hook up it still gets your heart racing with anticipation of the grab. On the flip side, we did find that the jacks we found were more than willing to play ball.
Off the boat, we continue to see excellent action for tuna and Marlin. There continues to be some very big dorado mixed in as well. The bite continues to be around the porpoise and there are schools to the North as well as the South around 12-30 miles out. At times we were able to cast to feeding tuna with success & when the fish were down a trolled fly proved very successful.
Magdalena Bay continues to fish well in the mangroves with good catches of grouper, snapper, Covina, and Pargo. I’ll be heading over to Magbay later this week to host a group that I’m excited to fish with.
We are on the water each
day this week so please check here for the update of how the week went. If you would like an up to the second report feel free to contact us at 1-888-287-4076 and we will be happy to talk and answer any questions about the latest conditions.
Until next week... Tight lines