DORADO AND MARLIN APPEAR NEAR THE ENTRADA
Sept. 25, 2004, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, Magdalena Bay, Mexico Fly Fishing Fleet Report:
By midweek the wind at Magdalena Bay had quit and it got hot. Dorado and marlin have begun to arrive in significant numbers close to the Magdalena Bay entrada.
Try a heading of 230 240 degrees and you should find the action at about 15 miles. With the flaky weather earlier in the week plus shrimp season, no one was fishing the Magdalena Bay esteros.
Magdalena Bay fishing water Temperature 67-78. Air Temperature 74-83. Wind Calm. Conditions: Scattered Clouds.
YELLOWTAIL--Bird schools near the Magdalena Bay entrada to a few miles offshore will get in the neighborhood.
HALIBUT--Sandy beach, shallow water and olive Clouser should be a winner.
CORVINA--Try a popper at the bridge or the pier.
SNOOK--Still waiting for the larger variety to get going.
SIERRA--A few mixed in the bird schools at the entrada.
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