JUST A FEW FISHING BOATS GOING OUTSIDE IN ROUGH SEAS
Oct. 2, 2004, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, Magdalena Bay, Mexico Fishing:
Rough seas all week prevented many from venturing outside of the Magdalena Bay vacation area. There were a few dorado, wahoo and marlin with lockjaw reported at 14 to 18 miles on a 230-250 heading for the few who braved the conditions. Back at the entrada, for those with more nerve than discretion, the yellowtail and grouper kept their party going.
Water Temperature 74-82. Air Temperature 72-82. Magdalena Bay conditions: Scattered Clouds.
YELLOWTAIL Watch for the bird schools at the Magdalena Bay entrada.
CORVINA Still spread out the bay from the Magdalena Bay entrada to Devil’s Curve.
SNOOK This should be the month, but nothing except small ones so far.
HALIBUT Always! Just find a sandy Magdalena Bay beach and try a slowly retrieved Baja Deep Diver
SIERRA A few mixed in the bird schools at the entrada.
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