Santa Rosalia, Mexico:
Isla San Marcos Billfish Bite Continues Strong In Local Fishing Action

Nov. 5, 2005, Alan Lewis, Voodoo Lounge, San Lucas Cove, Santa Rosalia, Baja fishing report, Mexico:

Greetings from the Voodoo Lounge in San Lucas Cove.

We are sharpening up the sashimi knives, as yellowtail to 33 pounds and yellowfin tuna to 50 pounds are being caught daily at Santa Rosalia, the former on the reef north of Isla San Marcos and the latter just off the south end of Isla Tortuga.

The Santa Rosalia billfish bite continues to be strong, but it has moved eastward and southward a few miles, with good catches of blue and striped marlin as well as sailfish and dorado.

Inshore fishing is excellent for cabrilla, sierra and corvina. The air temperature is 85 degrees, the water is 77 degrees. Add the two together and divide by 4.98 for the current martini temperature (32.53 degrees). That's all the fishing news that's fit to print from the Voodoo Lounge at San Lucas Cove.