San Quintin, Mexico:
Dorado, Tuna, And White Seabass Fishing At San Quintin

Aug. 6, 2006, Sarai Garcia, Don Eddie's Landing, San Quintin, Baja fishing, Mexico:

It was a repeat performance for John Porter and his friends returning to San Quintin for another fishing session on the charter boat Ana. They repeated a good catch with a 23 pound dorado and 6 good sized yellowtail, and also a good number of Bonitas and Barracudas which they released.

The Dorado was caught on live bait, macarela, and the yellowtails with Rapalas, blue-and-white.

The catches were made west of the San Quintin point and right on top of the 240 spot.

Some yellowfin tuna were also caught 25 miles due west from the San Quintin point. They were medium sized and were caught with live bait.

Also, a good number of white seabass were caught up to 66 pounds by pangas launched from Don Eddie's Landing. Don Eddie himself caught a 45 pounder.

San Quintin weather temperatures have dropped to the high 80s. Overcast skies have dominated the scene, with winds from the northwest at 8 knots per hour around noontime.

San Quintin fishing area water temperatures have been averaging 73 degrees offshore, with swells from two to three feet in the morning, and up to five feet in the afternoon. Fishing waters have been exceptionally clean.

Don't forget our Labor Day Tournament! The 2nd of September 2006. Rooms are very scarce so please get in touch with us at 011-52-616-165-6061 or 011-52-616-165-6062, or email,

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