BAJA BLAST FROM THE PAST

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  1. elreytut

    elreytut elreytut

    Location:
    Los Angeles
    Name:
    bob
    Boat:
    TARPON 120. NEW RIDE
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    "THE SEA OF CORTEZ", BY RAY CANNON.
    This book brought Baja to life. color pix alone are worth the journey into the past. back section is a terrific fish ID source. originally published by Sunset books in 1966.
    6th printing, 1970
    $50

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  2. konared

    konared Member

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    Crystal River, Florida
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    Doug
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    Kayak
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    Still have mine, got it in 1968 I think.
    Got to go to some of the places in the book, but the best was going to Cabo San Lucas in 1973 and hanging out with some friends running yachts.
    Pretty unreal fishing.
     
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  3. sierraazuel

    sierraazuel Saving World From Skynet

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    3rd Rock from The Sun
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    Drew P. Balls
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    Thunder Bolt Grease Slapper
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    Great Baja Book!
     
  4. eric perez

    eric perez stillapinhead

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    Newport Beach Ca
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    eric perez
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    no mas
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    I remember seeing this book when I was a kid... my Grandfather had a copy I believe. He also gave me this one... I read this thing over and over... and over... LOL loved it...

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  5. hucklongfin

    hucklongfin Deep release specialist

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    Mission Viejo
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    MarkT
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    Blazer Bay 1860
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    I still have Charlie Davis's Hoop Up book!
     
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