East Cape is Wide Open with Dorado and Tuna. Come on Down.

Jeff deBrown

Owner/Guide

http://www.thereelbaja.com/

1-888-287-4076

Week of September 18th

Hi, All,
Over the last few weeks, the fishing has continued to stay pretty consistent. Nice weather overall here in the east cape and the fishing is solid. The beach has slowed down a bit but the boat is where you want to be. Lots of Dorado and tuna around. The secret here is we have lots of sardines for chum.The best way to put the conditions is that its wide open for Dorado and tuna. Get down here to get a piece of the action! Mag Bay is shaping up nicely as well as we get ready for our fall season. Fall is the main season for some of our best fly fishing for bill fish .
 
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The Reel Baja does still have a few openings over the winter season so please call ASAP if you need information. This fall is shaping up to be one of the best we have seen in the past couple years for marlin.  If you want to be part of the action come see us.
 
Tight lines,
Jeff

Baja Fishing is Heating Up

Jeff DeBrown
Owner/Guide
The Reel Baja
www.thereelbaja.com
1-888-287-4076

Week of March 13th, 2017.

Hi All,

Over the last week or two, I have been spending most of my time with clients in Cabo Fishing had ben a bit difficult last week, but this week is shaping up well. In Cabo, we do have some sierra and a few small roosters, plus some big jacks in the mix. The wind had been a challenge on some days, but on the flip side, the East Cape has seen some beautiful weather.

In the East Cape, we have some big skipjack tuna and they are always a blast to catch. Most of the action has been around La Rivera. Overall there isn’t much to report out of the East Cape as things are slowly starting to get up and going due to our windy season. With a few boats going out this week we will have more to report next week. I was on the beach scouting on Tuesday morning and saw lots of ladyfish. Overall we have had some great days weather wise in the East Cape, but its every other day that we strong wind and its forecast to pick up again this weekend.

Overall, in Cabo, plus the East Cape fishing is hit or miss but it’s to be expected as we transition into spring,however if you get a break in the weather there are definitely fish in the area to have some fun with.

Tight lines,

Jeff

Baja fly fishing – you needed to be on the correct side this week

Report written by –

Jeff DeBrown
Owner/Guide
The Reel Baja
www.thereelbaja.com
1-888-287-4076

Hi folks,

This past week has been a good week for fly fishing in Baja as long as you stayed away from the wind.  We have seen very windy conditions on one side and great fly fishing on the other. Here at home on the East Cape side it was nothing but wind, wind, and more wind.  Early in the week you could not find a window where you could get out and fish effectively with a fly. As the week progressed you could get out and fish the early morning hours and about 8:30 A.M. the wind would start to creep up and an hour later you were headed back home due to the blustery conditions. This is what happened to me and a friend of mine I had visiting from Colorado this past week.  We were able to get in a couple morning sessions before the winds drove us back to the house. We found a few fish the short time we were on the water. We found a couple Sierra and on one morning a nice school of small jacks.  Finally yesterday the wind dropped and it was a beautiful day. We were able to get out as it was our last day to try and find a fish together before my buddy had to head home. We found a little more action yesterday. We fished the beach and we were able to find more jacks as well as a couple small rooster fish. We were not able to hook up but it was fun to have them chase the teaser.  As we got in the car to head to the airport this morning it was dead flat and just beautiful.  conditions. With the wind reports showing great conditions for the East Cape over the next couple days he was tempted to change his flight and stay a few extra days but he had to go back to Colorado.

With the wind down for the next few days the fishing should pick up here on the East Cape.  The bite off of La Ribera bank for yellowtail should start to pick up again and the small dorado to the North under the shark floats should hopefully still be there.  I do not think we are done with the wind for the year here in the East Cape but I think we are close.  We should start seeing more nice calm days in a row rather than windy days strung together.  As this starts to happen the fishing should start to gather steam here in the East Cape.

On the Pacific side the fly fishing has been very good. With company in town I was not able to get over there this week but I have been keeping up with the fishing on that side.  It sounds as if there is good fishing for jacks, Sierra, small to medium roosterfish, as well as a few snapper.  The Sierra bite sounds as if it is providing the best action.  The fly fishing for jacks is pretty good but some of the fish are starting to group up are thinking about spawning.  You just need to find the right school and you will have action.   The roosterfish are starting to show and should provide some great fun as well.

I will be back to fishing with guests starting tomorrow.  I have guests both here on the Sea of Cortez side as well as in Cabo this coming week.  I will be sure to let you know how we do and the latest conditions next week.  Stay tuned.

Jeff