By Ed Zieralski UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER April 22, 2008 <TABLE align=right><TBODY><TR><TD></TD></TR><TR><TD align=middle></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE> Citing Americans' fear of driving into Mexico after recent attacks on tourists there, Western Outdoor News officials have canceled the June 6-7 saltwater fishing tournament in Ensenada. âWe're hoping to do the tournament next year when this settles down, but we felt it was best to cancel it this year,â said Pat McDonell, editor of Western Outdoor News. McDonell said that issue combined with the sagging U.S. economy left Western Outdoor News no choice. âIt's a sad deal because the economy in Ensenada gets a tremendous boost from the tournament,â McDonell said. âI feel terrible about it, but this is a business, and the bottom line is people are afraid to drive into Mexico right now. They'll fly down, but they won't drive.â McDonell had planned on leading an armada of boats that would have left the Shelter Island launch ramp and traveled to Ensenada by water. He said the tournament would have drawn a decent field that way, but it would have lacked the trailerboaters who would have made the drive to Ensenada.