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June 27, 2021

This past week we saw a wide variety of weather patterns swept through the Southern Baja
region. As we continued to have moderate crowds of tourists arriving as summer vacation periods
are now in full swing. Last weekend, namely on Sunday, Father’s Day, we had a major south wind
blast through the entire region, gusts to over 30 mph, this was a one day event, many charter
boats did go out, catching a variety of fish, though everyone got wet and bounced around wildly
before safely returning to port. This major blow really turned over the water, on Monday water
temperatures had dropped some ten degrees or more, also turning greenish. This shocked the
fish, bait also scattered and all around action was slim pickings. Though on Tuesday conditions
began to quickly rebound with a calm ocean lasting through the rest of the week. Though over
the weekend everyone was closely following the development and projected path of Hurricane
Enrique. Looks as though this system will pass very close to the tip of Baja, though as it
arrives is supposed to weaken some into a TS and depression. We surely will see stormy seas
with high swells and a high chance of some rain. High probability of Port Closure, possibly on
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, though overall we are not expecting any major damage from Enrique.
Of course these storms are always unpredictable, we will be glad when it passes through and we
get back to our normal schedules.

After water settled, clarity and water temperature rebounded, we saw the yellowfin tuna bite
pick up, this was a early bite on the grounds near Vinorama, within a couple miles of shore,
for yellowfin in the 10 to 40 lb. class. Striking on sardinas early in the morning, then as sun
rose higher the action would stop, some charters reporting up to ten tuna. We heard of some
other tuna action found far offshore, over 25 miles, associated with porpoise, this was more of
a private boat deal. This tuna action was probably the highlight of the weekend, important to
get an early start.

No wahoo to speak of, though we were seeing a scattering of dorado, mixed sizes, including
bulls up to 30 lb., though no big numbers, just a couple fish here and there. Actually some
charters ran into schools of baby sized dorado, all catch and release. Billfish action was also
scattered, more small sized striped marlin, we are talking very tiny, as small as 40 lb.,up to
70 lb., a few sailfish in the mix as well.

As far as catching numbers of good eating fish, the best bet continued to be off the shallow
water structure, a great variety of fish were accounted for, triggerfish, pompano, island jack,
surgeonfish, red, yellow and rose snapper, barred pargo, bonito, amberjack, leopard grouper and
more. One very impressive amberjack of 90 lb. was weighed in. Along the shore there were more
jack crevalle than roosterfish, though we are now seeing more roosterfish show up. The few
sierra that are still hanging around have big monsters for the most part, a few pushing the 13
to 15 lb. mark.

Good Fishing, Eric

Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147

 Jan 13, 2023; 08:34PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
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 Author Name:  Eric