Monthly Archives: July 2019

July 2019 Baja Bulletin

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Immigration Checkpoints The Mexican government and specifically the immigration branch, INM, will begin staging immigration checkpoints throughout the country and along the Baja peninsula. Please make sure to have a valid FMM when traveling in Baja. If caught traveling without an FMM, you will be sent back to the border. DBTC members can get a… Read more »

Estación Central: A Tantalizing Rendezvous

Tijuana Cantina & Restaurant Caters to Travelers, Locals By: W. Scott Koenig I visited Tijuana for the first time after moving to San Diego in 1994. The Mexicoach—a roundtrip bus service that shuttled day trippers between San Ysidro and Mexico’s westernmost border city—was the easiest way for the uninitiated to get there and back. The… Read more »

Mike Doyle Paddle Out and Memorial Service

Photos courtesy of Doyle Surfboards.

By Adam Peck The surf community lost a legend on Tuesday, April 30th, Mike Doyle. Mike died peacefully in his bed in the morning with his wife Annie at his side. Mike had been battling ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. He was 78. The paddle out and Celebration of Life were held on June 3… Read more »

July 2019 Baja Fishing Report

The waters and the fishing in Baja are ever changing. Every few years, Mother Nature decides to throw a curve ball at the angler who has gotten used to going to certain areas to fish for certain species. For instance, even in June, the water off the Bull Ring, along with the flats toward the… Read more »