Baja Pacific Transition Zone Map
Baja California & Baja California Sur, Mexico
This fishing map for the Baja California Pacific Transition Fishing Zone, Pacific Ocean coast, Baja California, Mexico, shows some important fishing grounds of pangas and boats working out of the central portion of the Baja California peninsula fishing area.
Principle sportfishing areas shown on this map include: Bahia de Vizcaino, Morro Santo Domingo, Laguna Manuela, Guerrero Negro, Scammon's Lagoon, Punta Eugenia, Turtle Bay, Bahia San Pablo, San Roque, Bahia Asuncion, San Hipolito, Laguna la Bocana, Punta Abreojos, Estero de Coyote, and Laguna San Ignacio.
Current and archived weekly fishing reports for the Baja Pacific Transition Zone and other important Baja and mainland Mexico fishing vacation destinations, including fish species caught during each season, fish counts, sportfishing operations, weather conditions, sea water temperatures, and other sportfishing information may be found online each week in Mexico Fishing News.
This Baja Pacific Transition Zone fishing map is reprinted with permission from the Baja California fishing guidebook, The Baja Catch: A Fishing, Travel & Remote Camping Manual for Baja California, Third Edition, by Neil Kelly and Gene Kira.
This is one of 60 detailed fishing maps in The Baja Catch showing small boat fishing and launching locations on the Pacific and Sea of Cortez coasts of Baja California, Mexico. Reproduction of this Baja Pacific Transition Zone map is prohibited without prior permission.
(Related Baja California, Mexico, articles and reports may be found at Mexfish.com's main Baja California information page. See weekly fishing news, photos, and reports from the major sportfishing vacation areas of Mexico including the Baja California area in "Mexico Fishing News.")