ENTRADA FISHING PRODUCES A FEW YELLOWTAIL
April 23, 2005, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, Magdalena Bay, Mexico Fishing Report:
Finally, a few yellowtail showed under the bird schools while fishing at the Magdalena Bay entrada; there were also a few sierra mixed in.
If you ventured outside the entrada, the bird schools showed the way to some decent bonito and skipjack action. The Magdalena Bay fishing are water temperature is beginning to slowly creep up, which should bring in some of the exotics. Los Barriles produced nonstop fishing action for cabrilla with an occasional snook grabbing the fly catching the unsuspecting angler off guard. Also a few corvina and grouper could be found up at Devil's Curve.
Same fishing action for skipjack and bonito could be found outside the Magdalena Bay boca up at Lopez Mateos. The Magdalena Bay esteros up there also produced a few decent shook and enough corvina to keep the anglers interested. Magdalena Bay water temperature were 62-71 degrees, and air temperatures were 68-75 degrees, with calm fishing conditions.
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