baja Bass surfing

Discussion in 'Surf Fishing Reports' started by steelfish, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    these are some of my surf sessions in cortez sea surfing for spotties, they bit the crankbaits and swimbaits

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    some corvinas were there too, they liked the croc
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    all of them were C&R

    saludos
     
  2. lovefofish

    lovefofish Peanut Gallery

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  3. Mistofer

    Mistofer Newbie

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    No ceviche? Nice report...I think it's cool that spotties are down there in the surf
     
  4. tankSD13

    tankSD13 Newbie

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    Is that a 20 foot rod.... Its goes off the pic???
     
  5. sark

    sark Newbie

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    it seems the northern cortez is literally paved with spotties in some spots.:drool:
     
  6. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    yes on ceviche but not from spotties but with triggerfish, one of the best ceviches out there, this triggers were caught on the surf too.
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    same place..different day
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    same place but this was caught by my daugther


    jajaja no 20' but 14' pal, its a superlight rod 14ft and 3/4oz lure max, so, it cast the 1/2oz crocs and rapalas to the moon, sometimes I use 6lb mono and sometimes 20lb braid and 14lb mono leader


    you can bet that amigo, some places are full of spotties but bad thing is that here we dont hace calicos or sand bass

    saludos from baja
     
  7. Juny

    Juny Well-Known "Member"

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    Thats pretty cool. Spotties from the beach.. New sport in mind for me.
     

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