San Quintin, Mexico:
Good Halibut Catches At Isla San Martin For Local Sportfishing Boats

July 23, 2005, Ana Perez, Don Eddie's Landing, San Quintin fishing, Baja California, Mexico:

The weather has improved in the San Quintin fishing area. Fog has diminished, and clouds are dispersing by 10 a.m. Winds have been moderate, and the air temperature has been about 70 degrees. The water temperature 24 miles from the coast at San Quintin has been 60 degrees, with clear water.

Along the coast at San Quintin, the fishing water temperature has been 57 to 58 degrees, with cloudy water. These good conditions have increased tourism in San Quintin, and for the fourth weekend the hotels are full, and there are not enough pangas for the demands of the fishermen. It is necessary to establish a system of reservations for boats and hotel rooms, to avoid surprises for clients who are not able to find rooms and fishing boats.

The fishing at San Quintin has been very good for those going out. Today, Saturday, 23 boats still have not come back in. Halibut and yellowtail are being caught at Isla San Martin.

Fish catch at Don Eddie's Landing

SAN QUINTIN CATCH--Jeff Riolo, Bob Schucdies and Don Schucdies with a great mixed catch of Isla San Martin halibut and yellowtail caught on the boat La Pinta with Capt. Jaime Garcia out of San Quintin's Don Eddie's Landing. Photo courtesy Ana Perez.

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