electronics can be your best friend yt are deep at times the lobsters guys know were deep structure can be found see gear off the kelp meter it take a look time on the water is the key just a learning curve you'll get it it's not always about catching well maybe it is good luck
find the cleanest bluest water near the kelp with the least amount of eel grass rotting loose kelp on the surface that you can find preferable with the current going from the deeper water to the shallower water on rocky bottoms.....this time of year either dropper loop a sardine or mac or slow troll a mac as slow(1-2Knots) as you can with a fifty pound out fit with it out of gear and on click with just enough lever or spool tension to troll without line peeling off ....if the mac gets active suddenly and make the clicker zip get ready
Ramon, Congrats on the new boat! La Jolla kelp would be a good start for a newbie. Coronados would also be a good chance for YT this time of the year. I'm a big believer in diving birds so keep your eye out as they usually can assist in finding the fish.
Do your boating homework before venturing into Mexican (or US) waters without experience. Main things being understanding your boat, safety items such as life vests, working VHF and possible back-up hand held, understanding your GPS with preloaded coordinates, etc. Get this stuff down and the fish will eventually come.