Monthly Archives: September 2016

Three-Day Getaway: Rosarito

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By Jennifer Kramer Located just a half hour south of the San Ysidro border, Rosarito has been a favorite weekend escape for decades. The beautiful beach and small town have always attracted summer visitors who come to relax on beach, surf the great breaks, and enjoy fresh seafood. And with a new underwater dive park,… Read more »

September Baja Fishing Report

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  The 17th Annual Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore Tournament was held in early August of 2016. The weather was great for the 65 teams with 429 anglers. An exciting new Release Category was added for teams preferring to release or that hooked billfish failing to make the qualifying weight of 300 pounds. More than 50%… Read more »

Antigua Ruta del Vino: Baja’s Historic Wine Route

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By Jennifer Kramer While the popularity of Baja wine has just taken hold with the rest of the world in the past decade, wine has been made commercially in Baja California for over 125 years. The Valle de Guadalupe has been coined Baja’s “Ruta del Vino” and even those who have not yet visited, have… Read more »