Daily Highlights from the staff at BD
No matter how bulletproof your game plan might seem, sometimes you'll need to tweak it and other times abandon entirely in order to get bit. Here are some strategies to use when your original strategy isn't working out.
While northern Baja stands poised ready to pounce on any sign of bluefin tuna or better yet albacore, Baja Sur seethes with a wide open rooster bite at Las Arenas and the promise of WFO billfish and dorado vibrates all the way to the tip.
An excellent, in-depth article by our Baja editor, Gary Graham, about catching Dorado south of the border. A must read.
Up-to-the-minute Below the Border fishing reports from Baja Norte all the way to Panama – Fishing Fun and Facts posted every Tuesday.
BD Outdoors is doing it again! Come to the Fred Hall Show and win free SWAG with our Scavenger Hunt.
Well-known and respected fisherman Bill Miyagawa, Sr. passed away on January 1st.
The number one rule to successful fishing is always go the extra mile when preparing your tackle.
The California Department of Fish and Game has changed its name and is now the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Game wardens also got a name change...
The commercial Dungeness crab season north of Sonoma County will be delayed until the end of the year to allow crabs more time to grow to ensure they are of suitable quality.
California's South Fork San Joaquin River and Sallie Keyes Lakes in Fresno County were recently designated as Wild Trout Water.
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