SNOOK STILL ELUSIVE FOR ANGLERS AT DEVIL'S CURVE
Feb. 19, 2005, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, Magdalena Bay, Mexico Fishing Report:
Nice fishing weather most of the week brought out the Magdalena Bay whale watchers in full force. The Magdalena Bay entrada had fishing for a few small yellowtail, sierra and a full-on barracuda bite.
Up at Devil's Curve, Magdalena Bay snook still continued their elusive ways with only a few small ones caught. Up at Puerto Lopez Mateos, the Magdalena Bay Whale Festival is history and it is back to business as usual.
There is not much fishing action on the outside where lumpy conditions persisted. Corvina, sierra and a few leopard grouper were all that could be found while fishing in the in the Magdalena Bay esteros this week. The Magdalena Bay water temperature was 66-73 degrees; air temperature was 66-71 degrees. Conditions: Scattered Clouds.
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