The Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California, is one of the world’s great big-game fish destinations. Known for its great diversity of species, anglers will have a chance at a number of once in a lifetime trophies. Striped marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna, dorado, skipjack tuna, wahoo and bonito are all commonly encountered when fishing the offshore waters. Not to mention the giant blue and black marlin that also roam the Sea of Cortez. And although the offshore action is enough to keep some anglers busy for a lifetime, Baja’s inshore and beach fishing is a fly-rodder’s paradise! On the inshore and beach, you’ll find good numbers of Jacks, ladyfish, sierra mackerel, snappers, pompano, yellowtail, and the ultimate prize, the roosterfish. All of these species can be caught from a boat or directly from the beach. The waters of the East Cape provide a unique and challenging fly-fishing environment you won’t find anywhere else on Earth.
The rainbow runner is not uncommon in Baja, but it is a cool fish we don’t see all that often. This one was part of a triple hook up, super fun! #baja #fishing #fishingbaja #pursuitanglers #pumatron
One of the many joys of living in Baja Sur is the wonderful, wild food we have so readily available. Nothing like fresh veg, shrimp and scallops on a tostada to keep your day running strong! #foodporn #shrimp #ceviche #callitos #tostadas #bajasur #loscabos
Hard to beat a little top water yellowfin action! 🤘🏼
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Our amigo John worked hard for his first big fish in the salt and came away with this sweet jack crevalle! I will catch these things all day everyday, such a great target for the fly rod. #flyfishing #hatchoutdoors #catchandrelease #flyfishingbaja #seewhatsoutthere #pursuitanglers