Just got home from what is to be the first annual trailer boat fishing trip to Baja. We had good weather and a great time. We learned a lot on this trip as far as travel, camps,fishing and weather. Met some really nice people, and can’t wait to go back! Starting in southern Oregon with my 20ft Alumaweld in tow we took mex 1 down and Mex 5 back. What we learned...the roads are narrow and driving at night is less than ideal do to all of the heavy truck traffic. The 5 will be the way when it is finished some day. The other truck in the convoy lost a tire on the 1 but luckily there was a shoulder to pull off at the spot it happened and no other traffic was in the area at the time. Other than that we lost a trailer Bering do to loosing a dust cap but no other flat tires or scary events. For fish camp we stayed at Daggets. What we learned....it’s secure with patrols and they have showers, WiFi and freezers. For the fishing we brought everything. What we learned....Even when the water cools the top water bite can still be good, even had a Dorado right to the boat before it got off. Almost everything bites a 4 1/2 oz led flutter jig. I used an Okuma 6ft 60lb rod with an Andros 5ii for Yellow tail and trolling and was happy how it worked out. We did learn that when you go long in a sled boat bring extra gas...more than 10 gallons extra if you get into a good top water troll bite...lesson learned, and thanks to a group of KTM adventure riders for the extra 2 gallons. Met several guides including Igor, Joel, both were booked the day we wanted to go long. Did one guide day of fishing with Enrique and crushed it. I would book a trip with him with out hesitation. Over all a great trip! Already starting to plan next years. Thanks to Jim at camp and a Idaho glen for the pointers!