Baja Mexico - Cabo San Lucas, Magdalena Bay

Tip of the week 

Inshore - This time of year we see a lot of action early in the mornings as well as the low light hours in the evenings. People tend to over look these time periods. If you want some great action get up and on the water early or fish a little later in the day as those "magic" hours can be great.

Offshore - have a few different rods ready from 8wt. to 12/14wt as you never know what you might encounter as far as species and size of fish. It never fails you will be running to a destination and you run into feeding fish on your way. You need to be ready for anything before you leave the dock.

Seven-day forecast 

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Jeff deBrown


Air temp

Low: 68
High: 94

Week of July 25th

Hi All,

The season is in full swing and the weather is hot and humid. We've had a bit of wind from the SE recently, but overall the fishing is good!

Rooster Jan
Offshore: The billfish bite has been very good and there are a few sails from time to time, plus some nice blue marlin in the mix. We have also being hooking up with some nice snapper and big roosters off of the boat recently. Tuna bite has been solid for football size fish and they are perfect for the fly.

The dorado are scattered around and we're not seeing them in great numbers. The ones we are finding are mostly small dorado, but they are loads of fun on light rods which keep things interesting.

A perfect start to a day of fly fishing in Baja

Beaches: The beach is fishing well on most days and there is a lot of bait in the area, plus lots of fish to pick from when you do find them.

Look out for a new report shortly, and if anyone has any questions please give us call.

Tight lines!

Must Have Flies 
The Reel Baja

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