San Quintin, Mexico:
Don Eddie's Landing Labor Day 2005 Fishing Tournament Results

Sept. 5-11, 2005, Julie Atkinson, Don Eddie's Landing, San Quintin, Baja California, Mexico:

Large numbers of San Quintin fishing boats are going out to deep waters and returning with good numbers of yellowtails, some up to 10 to 14 per boat. San Martin Island has become a hot spot for halibut. A good number of anglers stop at the island on their way back to San Quintin from deep offshore waters to catch a few halibut to have the chef at Don Eddie's prepare for them.

San Quintin anglers going fishing for bottom fish are having excellent catches of reds, lings. Also, sheephead have been plentiful. Overall, a very good fishing spell at San Quintin.


San Quintin, Mexico, Sunday, September 5, 2005:

Results of the Labor Day Tournament at Don Eddie’s Landing in San Quintin Baja are in and have been recorded.

The catches were plentiful but the weight of the fish was on the low side.

Results are as follows:

First place winner is Jose Ruiz of Tijuana with a 17.4 Yellowtail that was caught at San Martin Island using live bait on board their private boat, Vas o no Bass, with Jose Gonzalez as the Captain, also from Tijuana B.C. Mexico.

Second place winner is Jeff Riolo of San Diego with a 17.2 yellowtail that was caught at the 240 spot using live bait with Jaime Garcia of San Quintin as the Captain, on board La Pinta.

Third place winner was Jose A. Gonzalez Jr. of Tijuana B.C. Mexico with a 12.9 Yellowtail caught at San Martin Island using live bait on board the private boat Vas o no Bass with Jose Gonzalez as the Captain.

The presentations of the awards and cash prizes at Don Eddie’s Restaurant and bar was a great event. With music from our local Trio, fine drinks, and the raffle of rods and reels, bottles of aged Tequila, and song and dances from the participants and the audience made it all in all a great evening and with great fan fare, everybody applauded the winners. Don Eddie’s will let you know the San Quintin fishing packages that will be available for this fall and winter.

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