Bahia de Los Angeles fishing report for June 4th and 5th.... Drove down with some friends on Sunday, June 3rd for our annual yellowtail fishing trip. The plan was to fish Monday and Tuesday, back on Wed. Road conditions: We drove down through Ensenada, down to El Rosario, then made the crossing east to the turn-off to BoLA. The road is in good condition with many improvements being made. The big problem with potholes was really noticeable half way through the crossing east. The road was tough with some really good size potholes making driving difficult at times. The conditions continued on and off all the way to BoLA. The bridge that had been washed off close to BoLA has been partially repaired. Drove through a few military check points and they were nothing but polite and courteous. Fishing: Fished with "Poison" from Sammy Diaz pangas. We made bait fairly easily in the bay, with most macs being about 4-5" long. Once the bait tank was full we made the long run to the big island, just around the south end of Isla de la Guarda, where everyone was headed. Conditions were calm and it made the hour plus run fairly easily. Arriving to the fishing grounds we saw many bird schools crashing on bait. It was surreal to see so many bird schools crashing all at once in such a big span. We began fishing nose hooked baits but kept having issues with birds stealing the macs. Once we switched to butt hooking them our success rate greatly improved. The ticket- a lively bait. All morning consisted of run and gun fishing, chasing crashing birds and boiling fish. After landing a few fish on bait some of us started fishing heavy irons, blue and white Salas 6x jr, and began to catch them that way. As the morning got warmer and more and more boils were seen on the surface I switched to a surface iron and caught a few that way. We fished 40-60lb mono, they weren't shy, they hit everything!!! Most fish were in the 18-25lb. range... JP fish was 31lb. The cooler was full and the birds and boils shut off at around noon. We headed back in for fish cleaning and cold beers. Conditions were fine going in with minimal wind. Weather: Weather was nice, it never got hotter than the low to mid 80's. The days we were there we never had an issue with the wind, it came up some in the afternoons but it was always flat calm every morning. The story was pretty much the same for our second day except that we landed a nice grouper and some cabrilla on the iron which was a very nice treat. Headed back early Wed. Road conditions were pretty much the same, dealt with some thick fog on the peaks of the crossing but it all cleared up nicely. Pictures finally up. scroll down and check 'em out. If you haven't been to Bahia de Los Angeles to fish the yellows there, you don't know what you're missing, it really is a sight to see.