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2019 Mag Bay Fishing Season Approaches

We have a lot going on in 2019 so book your trip soon as our calendar is filling up quick.  We expect another stellar year fishing down here in Magdalena Bay and hopefully loaded with wahoo, tuna, marlin, dorado and more! As our season gets near for prime time fishing we wait patiently for the time to come.    Though we have spent a fair amount of time inshore this spring so far and has been pretty decent for the non pelagics. The Pacific can be brutal at times offshore in the winter time but that doesn’t keep us away.  Right now we’ve only been getting to the islands for some grouper, yellowtail and white seabass fishing.  Yes I said white seabass and of size too! Never overlook our local islands they hold fish all year long. Look forward for our reports to start up in June with...
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Wahoo in Mag Bay

Season Final – A letter from the Captain

As a kid waking up on Saturdays, having breakfast, watching Bill Dance and Fishing programs were the norm.  All it would do was pump us up for our fishing trips on Sundays with dad.  This was our upbringing and how could we complain? Fast forward to present time now I have the opportunity to be my own Bill Dance and make a dent in the fishing world of today.  When given the opportunity of directing Mag Bay Lodge and becoming part of it how could I turn it down? Everything I’ve done in the years previous to this was just training for what could be done at the lodge in the aspect of customer service. I can sit here and tell you about my history and how all this came to be but this is article is about our fishery and my experiences this past season down in Bahia Magdalena (Mag Bay) or at...
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Marlin in MagBay

mid Oct Trip to MagBay

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For this report we got an email from a client. We figured it was long enough to just use as a quick middle Oct report.  At the time of writing this, the fishing has gone nuts, and that will come out on the next report.  There are now Wahoo, Dorado, Marlin and even Sailfish everywhere outside the mouth with all the amazing action south of San Carlos.  But that will come out in the next report we post.  Below just a quick blurb  on a recent trip from a clients perspective. “Thanks for all your help in arranging our recent trip.  Although the weather didn’t cooperate for three days of the trip (hurricane Sergio remnants), we did manage to get out to the ridge (actually we just went outside no to the ridge) on our final day which was our goal for the other days as well. The tuna and...
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Early Oct 2018 Mag Bay Fishing Report

When you hear the word storm what comes to mind? Do you prepare for the worst and cancel any plans you’ve made to fish? No! Not in this case these guys came from Northern CA and were not turning back. It was a bummer that we were only only able to sneak out of the bay for one day and a short period of time in search of wahoo, marlin, and dorado. But we made the best of it and first day out headed west on a temp break we had been keeping our eye on for some pelagic fish. It seems that the fish are following the same pattern and are closer to the mouth along with the blue water.  In one day we found 4 nice marlin that wanted to see what our lures looked like hanging off their bills. The guys had there fun and seen enough marlin jumping for one day so we went closer to the mouth to see...
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