San Quintin, Mexico:
White Seabass Plentiful For Boats Fishing South At El Rosario

Nov. 27, 2005, Julie Atkinson, Don Eddie's Landing,, San Quintin fishing, Baja California, Mexico:

San Quintin weather ranged from chilly to cold in the mornings, warming at midday, with winds that became chilly by 4 p.m. lasting until 8 p.m.

In San Quintin it has been a fishing bonanza on white seabass for the past week. White seabass have been plentiful, and also the barracudas, calico bass, and sandbass.

Yellowtail became scarce, as well as halibut and ling cod at the San Quintin 120 spot and San Martin Island.

Don Eddie and a group of friends went fishing at El Rosario south of San Quintin and landed 12 white seabass. They fished on Don Eddie's favorite boat The City Slicker, with Captain Jaime Garcia, and other anglers Armando Lopez, Jorge Gamez and Tim Martin. The white seabass ranged from 32 to 54 pounds.

Don Eddie's Landing has special winter pricing for San Quintin fishing trips through May 31, 2005: $100 person for two nights, one day of fishing on a super panga, for groups of four; and $125 per person for groups of three; includes room, continental breakfast, and one case of beer. Requires advance reservation and deposit. Information: 011-52-616-165-6061, 011-52-616-165-6062.