Monthly Archives: March 2019

Exploring San Juanico Scorpion Bay

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By Carla King In my last post, you’ll find the trip report from Mulegé to San Juanico (Scorpion Bay) the hard way and the easy way. San Juanico is a fishing village on a protected, south-facing bay on the Pacific side of Baja Sur. It’s said that surfers in the 1970s attempted to hide its… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 Top Baja Marine Life Experiences

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Some of Baja’s most thrilling adventures come in the form of interactive marine life experiences in the wild. From releasing just-hatched baby sea turtles to diving with great white sharks, there’s an up-close sea animal experience for every speed. Here are a few of our favorites.   Pet the Gray Whales Where To Go: There… Read more »

March 2019 Baja Bulletin

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  Daylight Savings: March 10th and April 7th Daylight savings time will begin soon with clocks springing ahead one hour for the time change. The northern state of Baja California changes time at 2am on Sunday, March 10th (along with U.S.). The state of Baja California Sur does not change time until 2am on Sunday,… Read more »

March 2019 Baja Fishing Report

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  Baby, it’s cold (and wet) outside! This certainly seemed to be the theme for northern Baja in February. Still, the sand bass bite down at the TJ Bull Ring is going good, weather permitting. Fresh dead squid pinned on a 1.5- to 2.5-ounce leadhead is scoring legal-sized bass up to 7- and 8-pounds along… Read more »