Baja Bytes Gary Graham Never know what you might catch below the border. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ma...s-discussion/428624-what-kind-fish-these.html Baja Norte Coronado Islands The yellowtail decided to chew yesterday and bit from mid-morning until evening. No change in tactics setting up on the anchor along the ridge and running through the middle grounds was the number one location. There are fish spread out all over the Islands however. There is a small dab of yellow running up and down the ridge at North Island on the weather side. South kelp ridge has yellowtail on it and the Rockpile also continues to hold fish. Not much sign of breezers or bird-school fish anymore. Right now the birds are on Barracuda mostly. Speaking of which there are some pretty good schools of barracuda at Ribbon Kelp and at South Kelp. The latter also has a little bit of Calico Bass action as well. Provided by http://www.fishdope.com/ Ensenada Bait receiver back in service. http://www.charterworld.com/index.html?sub=yacht-charter&charter=luxury-charter-boat-pangaea-918 Visitors Brad Billingsley and his son Michael from Crested Butte, Colorado, came up with a few keepers this week. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...cussion/428479-punta-banda-baja-c-mexico.html Reports of a local boat catching six albacore near the 238 and the lower 500 is the most welcome news for the local fleet for several years. San Quintin http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...sion/428760-captn-jaime-garcia-d-halibut.html Kickback day http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/baja-mexico-fishing-reports-discussion/427842-k-m-san-quintin.html Great trip: http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...-discussion/428680-san-quintin-capt-juan.html Gonzaga Bay That's a fat cabrilla!...Ali http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...cussion/427059-gonzaga-bay-cinco-de-mayo.html Bay of Los Angeles http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/baja-mexico-fishing-reports-discussion/426407-la-bay.html Lodging information http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/baja-mexico-fishing-reports-discussion/428514-las-hamacas-bola.html Baja Sur Santa Rosalia Still some nice yellows for the taking. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...28721-san-bruno-san-marcos-island-report.html Mulege Camping information: http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...hore-fishing-clamming-just-enjoying-life.html Loreto Marina a mess with construction; Carmen Island was the hot spot. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...cussion/427336-loreto-may-4-fishing-good.html Magdalena Bay Lots of small yellow tail breezing around about 15 miles out. The marlin are here as the shark fishermen are getting them in their nets. Harvey saw several stripers come in on the pangas with the sharks. Still kind of windy but the water is starting to warm and there are still lots of sardines around. In the bay lots of sculpin are being caught and also some nice-sized grouper. Bob Hoyt, Mag Bay Outfitters. La Paz & Los Arenas Love it when the youngsters are all smiles like Olivia here with Captain Victor and her first roosterfish! http://fishreport.jonathanroldan.com/ East Cape [ Stripers are tough with little live bait available. http://markrayor.blogspot.com/ San Jose del Cabo Variety brings lots of smiles:http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...pangas-charter-sjdc-cinco-de-mayo-2012-a.html Los Cabos http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...nship-starts-out-some-real-action-stripe.html 1150 continues to produce. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...on/427976-fishing-renegade-mike-5-8-12-a.html Nighttime swordfish lured with allure. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...ts-discussion/427390-390-cabo-sword-lure.html Cabo surf fishing, accommodations and car rental advice. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ba...19416-los-cabos-best-hotels-surf-fishing.html Mexico Mainland Puerto Penasco Some tips woPuerto Penasco Some tips worth saving if you are planning a trip: http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/ma...n/425652-puerto-penasco-fishing-one-week.html San Carlos Went out trolling...ran into a few schools of dorado really small, but we kept five or six that were all messed up by the hook and released about a dozen more.Saw one sail and two marlin jumping.We decided to come back in at noon and since the water was so nice we dropped down some dorado belly as cut bait, got lucky with a nice grouper before heading back to the marina. http://forum.sancarlosmexico.com/forum2/10861.html Mazatlan The water temps are rising rapidly throughout the Mazatlan area and the annual return of dorado at the buoys is expected any day now.The billfish bite was off a little this past week with boats averaging a billfish per boat day in the offshore waters.Even the super pangas landed a couple of sailfish as the water temps moved up.The numbers of offshore charters were very slow with only four boats reporting for the week reflecting three stripers and one sailfish, one dorado and one jack crevalle for their efforts. Puerto Vallarta http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/mainland-mexico-fishing-reports-discussion/426106-pv-june.html Zihuatanejo Slow fishing a disappointment for tournament. http://fishreportsixtapa.blogspot.com/ Huatulco The ankle measurement gave us 13.5", placing this blue at an impressive 350 pounds. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/mainland-mexico-fishing-reports-discussion/428589-huatulco.html Beyond Guatemala Just wrapped up another great season here in Guatemala on the 'Decisive'. We released 1188 billfish in 95 days of fishing, many of which were caught flyfishing. There is only one place in the world you can average over 12 billfish releases a day for a season and that is GUATEMALA!!! Thank you to all our great anglers who fished with us and all our loyal sponsors...Eagle Claw Hooks, Pelagic Gear, Alutecnos Tackle, Legend Lures and Berkley Trilene Line. We'll start back up here in the middle of October, bookings are rolling in and we are looking forward to another great season ahead. Capt. Brad Phillips Costa Rica August advice http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/costa-rica-panama/427622-costa-rica-august.html Where to fish with locals or on the beach? http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/costa-rica-panama/428221-costa-rica.html More info: http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/costa-rica-panama/427753-shore-fishing-6yr-old.html Panama Popper trumps yellowfin. http://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/costa-rica-panama/426676-tuna-tuna-tuna-every-where.html http://westcoastfishingclub.com/new.../panama-first-marlin-and-bottles-of-rum/7597/ Final Thoughts While Southern Californias fishing for the 2012 season is still in the formative stages, below the border becomes a literal field of dreams stripers, at Los Cabos, with yellowfin tuna soon to follow and for the bucket list crowd, even the possibility of catching a swordfish! Roosters from the beach take center stage a East Cape and Punta Arena, while dorado begin their annual show in the Sea of Cortez. Not a bad laundry list of fishing opportunities for anglers in search of some action.