We headed out Saturday morning (7/23) leaving Riverside at 6am headed for BoLA. After way to many stops and getting separated from the rest of the caravan in San Quintin, my crew decided to soldier on by ourselves and find this place they call Bahia de Los Angeles. We finally arrive at about 9:30pm and let me tell you that the warnings about driving there at night are 100% accurate. Cows and stuff crossing the highway make for interesting real life frogger games. I swear at some point we dodged 4 in a matter of 3 miles. We get to town and are able to get our radios to connect with the other cars in the caravan and we all meet up and head to Villa de Bahia. DAY -1 We meet up at the launch ramp at 5am and we are riding on the Heidi II with Poncho as our captain. We take about an hour to make bait (some of the biggest bait fish i've ever seen) and we head out to the spot. We arrive and one of the other boats in our group had three poles bent over and we hurry up and get some line in the water. Finish 40lb dropper loop i get bit soon as i hit the bottom. Now I've caught yellowtail in San Q all the way up to Catalina and I know you guys warned me but DAMN these things in BoLA are on some time of steroids. I get this fish up to the boat and I'm expecting a 50lb the way it was fighting and it was only 22lbs. Bait back up and get back down and I get rocked before I could blink. Happens to the two other guys on our boat too and we all retie. Capt moves the boat a few times but no other bites. We move on and start to head out away from the other boats. Capt Poncho sees some Dorados jumping and we head over to a paddy and I swear it looked like hundreds of Dodos swimming. We toss in live bait setups and WHAM all three hooked up with yours truly getting a nice Bull and he was MAD. He didn't put up much of a fight before I got him in the boat and before i could really get my second bait in the water that good i was on again. We did this non stop for 40min of non stop action. Our captain told the rest of the fleet when we had 6 on board and by the time the first two boats showed up we had 20 in the cooler. We literally ran out of room on the boat and had to go in. We were back at the docks before 10:30 with a cooler full of Dorado all in the 9-18lb range and we had lost about 6 others. DAY - 2 We meet up same time and head right out to make bait. Found a nice spot and had the bait tank full quick fast and in a hurry and we head out for more adventures. We pull up at a boat that was killing the Dorado and the captain looks at us and he's like you don't want no more Dorado? We tell him know and he's like ok cool and we motor out past the volcano to a spot (I forget the name) and we stop at about 220 feet. Brought the 65lb dropper loop out and BAM hit on the drop. We fished this one spot for about an hour and pull up 12 nice yellowtail all in the 22-30lb range and they all fought like they were 50lbers to us. Had one even snap a rod in half. Back in by 11 am due to full coolers again. Ended up leaving on day 3 instead of fishing due to a death in the family, all in all it was an outstanding trip even without the third day and i will be there again. I'm waiting to hear what the guys that stayed the extra day did but I know all 5 boats have coolers full of yellowtail and dorado.