The Pacific side of southern Baja is one of the most remote places in the peninsula, no major cities from Ensenada to Cabo San Lucas. Therefore, the access to this location is usually difficult for tourist. We’ve been exploring the Pacific side of Baja for a while now. and every time we go, we discover new spots that completely blow us away.
We operate out of two main locations that have worked great for us in the past. Due to the logistics and of course the spectacular fishing available.
Located approximately one hour from La Paz, rancho “La Aguja” is our most common fishing destination in the Pacific.
A line of reefs parallel to the coast that stretch for hundreds of miles. Is the perfect spot for reef species such as giant Broom Tail and Gulf Grouper, Pargo, Yellowtail among others. We usually catch this species by jigging or by using live bait.
Not too far from shore, there are several deeper spots where schools of small Yellowfin Tuna and good size Wahoo and Dorado congregate. It is not uncommon to catch limits of this species in a few hours. However, if what you are after is a giant Yellowfin Tuna, thanks to the location of our camp we have a direct shot at some of the most prolific banks in Baja, normally only fished by long-range boats from San Diego.
We chose to establish our camp at Rancho “La Aguja” a couple hundred feet from the beach we launch from. If you decided to stay here for a few days which we recommend to truly explore the area and fish all of our different spots, lodging is in extra-large heavy-duty military type tents, complete with comfortable cots and separate bathrooms and showers. All the food and drinks are taken care of and most meals are comprised of the fresh fish caught by the group.
To explore the rich offerings of the area, we use a 24-foot panga equipped with GPS, sonar, and in-reach satellite localizer. The days are spent fishing several different spots that hold an incredible amount of fish.
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Magdalena Bay is a large sheltered bay on the Pacific side of Baja. It’s one of the longest bays on the Pacific coast, roughly the same size as San Francisco Bay. A chain of barrier islands protects the bay from the vast Pacific Ocean, creating an ideal environment for a thriving population of marine life including all the most popular species of game fish. The bay is also a hotspot for California gray whales from January to March.
The fishing in and around Magbay is out of this world. Access to the area is generally difficult, which has limited the ability for larger charter operations to move in. It’s just us, a handful of local seasonal panga fishing guides, and the occasional long-range fishing yacht passing by.
In the bay, over 70 miles of mangrove-lined channels provide a seemingly endless source of light-tackle and fly-fishing entertainment for species such as Grouper, Pargo, Snook among others. Just on the other side of the barrier islands, some of the most productive offshore banks provide world-class fishing for droves of pelagic species. One such place is Thetis Bank, where every year in November, a phenomenon happens where a huge number of striped marlin move in and “pile up.” If you time it right, it’s marlin fishing like you’ve never seen before with shots at double-digit hookups.
With our multi-day sportfishing charters in Magbay we offer:
Like we said, getting to Magbay is difficult if you’re on your own. But when you book with us, we offer air transfers from Los Cabos to get you to our camp quickly and easily.
For more information about the best times of year to visit, the available options for sportfishing trips to Magbay, and other specifics about booking with us get in touch. We can’t wait for you to experience this special place that few others get to visit and fish!
La Paz is our hub, however, we fish all around Baja, check out our other awesome locations. We can make custom packages to all locations.