Winter Fishing – Wrapping up 2018
This year has definitely been one for the books, starting with the fact that the yellowfin tuna never left and kept on biting. Our Pacific and Magbay fishing camps yielded what we had been hoping for and the crew is pretty amped up about what’s still to come. 2018 has been a year of growth, expansion and taking everything to the next level. We have a bunch of exciting news to share, and we can’t wait to see what 2019 will bring.
Read on to see the highlights of the last couple of months !
Epic Winter Fishing
With one of the most surprising years, tuna bite remained wide open, ranging in weight between 60-80 pounds. With a combination of live and frozen bait, we were able to haul back a few fish, which will supply one of our next projects which is a mason jar canned tuna fillet delicacy. In recent years we haven’t seen anything like this, and it’s pretty exciting because there’s a lot of sardine around La Paz bay, which will definitely keep our favorite fish around for months to come.
With one side of the peninsula teeming with wide open bite, we headed to the Pacific side, where our Magbay and Pacific fishing camps provided many billfish and big groupers with some pretty stable weather conditions. This is the main reason we put our fishing reports on hold, because we had our plates full with trips here, there and beyond. Needless to say, this season has been one for the books and our revamped accommodations, as well as new boats kept all of our guests more than comfortable, being able to rest up before the mayhem that has brought many pounds of fish back to the freezer.
What else could we ask for you might be thinking? Well, it’s pretty clear that we can appeal to the wildlife enthusiast with a lot of movement going on with whalesharks and the first sightings of Humpback and Gray Whales, even when we’re not specifically looking for them. All in all we’re really excited to wrap up 2018 with a lot of epic adventures, and we’re hoping for the same in 2019.