Posts Tagged: mexico

February 2020 Baja Fishing Report

Accompanied by rain on the West Coast of Baja, 2020 came in cold and dreary. However, as the month progressed, fishing seemed to shake off the wet blanket atmosphere and produced a mixed bag. Calico bass were found in the kelp off the Bull Ring, while sand bass and legal-sized halibut were in the flats… Read more »

2020 Baja New Years Resolutions

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We’re starting off the new year with our top ten Baja resolutions that we think most people can get on board with. How many will you stick to this year?     1. Get Personal With Marine Life Whether it’s a trip to hug the gray whales in San Ignacio, snorkeling with sea lions at… Read more »

January 2020 Baja Bulletin

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  Health Certificate No Longer Required for Driving Pets into Mexico As of December 19, 2019, a health certificate is no longer required to drive a dog or cat into Mexico. The airlines have separate requirements and as of right now, the airport in Cabo is still requiring a health certificate for pets flying into… Read more »

January 2020 Baja Fishing Report

Hopefully, the unusually harsh, stormy weather with record-setting, near freezing temps along with rain and snow in the higher elevations won’t be the norm throughout January. The good news is that the drive down the peninsula should be spectacular as the desert explodes in a profusion of greenery seldom seen. Below the border, the same… Read more »

Baja Foodie Finds With Scott Koenig: Jungle-to-Table Dining at Acre Baja

Al fresco eatery delights with local ingredients, eco ambience   By: W. Scott Koenig     In the past decade, Baja California Sur’s culinary options have evolved from tourist-friendly eateries and fish taco stands to include elegant, design-forward al fresco farm-to-table dining destinations. Restaurants such as Hierbabuena Hortaliza in El Pescadero, Jazamango in Todos Santos… Read more »

My Favorite Baja Memory

By Peter Jensen   When asked what my favorite memory of Baja is, the questioner usually expects a rambling story of the discovery of a long forgotten shipwreck somewhere along Baja’s 2,000 miles of scalloped coastline or among her many islands. After all, I have been researching, documenting, and even locating many of Baja’s shipwrecks… Read more »

December 2019 Baja Fishing Report

As winter settles in along the West Coast, anglers need to practice the “duck and cover” method of fishing: watch the local weather forecast before planning any last-minute trips. The Coronado Islands and flats and along the shore near the Tijuana Bull Ring usually shake off the winter storms and become fishable in a matter… Read more »

2019 Score Baja 1000

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The 52nd annual SCORE Baja 1000 will take place Nov. 19-24, 2019. The single loop race will begin and end in Ensenada. For more information: score-international.com    

November 2019 Baja Fishing Report

  Only a handful of boats are fishing around the Coronados as the offshore continues to be the draw. The weather side of North Island is producing bonito and a few yellowtail for the patient anglers. The Islands are near the edge of the clean offshore water, which has made a big difference in whether… Read more »