CHRISTMAS FISHING PRODUCES SOME YELLOWTAIL AT THE ENTRADA
Dec. 24, 2004, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, Magdalena Bay, Mexico Fishing Report:
The Magdalena Bay vacation area had good traveling weather on the outside. Several yachts head up the line for Christmas. There are still a few billfish, dorado, tuna, and wahoo to break up the monotony. Inside Magdalena Bay, with few clients interested in fishing, there was more attention paid to Christmas preparations. With the Magdalena Bay whale-watching season just around the corner, everyone is hoping Santa will bring some of the friendly giants with him on his visit tonight.
There are a few smaller firecracker yellowtail under the birds at the Magdalena Bay entrada, and a few small corvina at the pier and bridge. For snook, the north end of Magdalena Bay is the best bet. Sand beaches and a slowly retrieved Clouser should do the trick for halibut. Under the bird schools is the best for sierra.
The Magdalena Bay water Temperature was 69-75 degrees. Air Temperature 60-69. Conditions: Clear.
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