FLY FISHING PRODUCES YELLOWTAIL AND LEOPARD GROUPER
Feb. 26, 2004, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, Magdalena Bay, Mexico Fly Fishing Report:
The weather for fly fishing at Magdalena Bay has been a little cooler this week, but all-in-all, nice weather. The few anglers that ventured out to the Magdalena Bay entrada were not disappointed.
The fly fishing was for a few small yellowtail and leopard grouper the couldn't resist a slow retrieved Baja Deep Diver.
Up in the Magdalena Bay mangrove esteros at Devil's Curve, the snook did their snipe impression and were counted among the missing this week. As usual for this time of year at Magdalena Bay, more time was spent whale watching than fishing. The Magdalena Bay water temperature was 69-75 degrees, and the air temperature 60-68 degrees. Weather conditions were scattered clouds.
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