A few of us made our first trip to Gonzaga this past weekend just got back today, the wind devistated our trip! got in around 3am Sat morning set up at Alphonsinas and went to sleep wind blowing pretty hard at that point woke up to a beautiful morning no wind perfect conditions went out to explore and fish huge triggers and lots of bass and a few decent grouper , and lots of whale sharks in the bay we counted 5 @ one time, came back in and set anchor and cleaned the fish, and ate. now this is where it gets bad wind started blowing all sat night .we checked the boat and all was good and went to sleep. woke up to the same or stronger wind looked out and boat was nowhere to be seen broke off and is now floating somewhere between baja and the mexican mainland all our rods reels, tackle, and new GPS, along with it! should have taken a page out of Bert's book and paid more attention to our mooring (@ least he got his boat off the beach and still has it) so if anyone is down in anywhere in baja and sees a unmaned 16' aluminum center console with about 9 rods and reels and a bunch of other stuff id be great full if you would let me know(reward!!)! spoke with all the guys down there and all the local fishermen and they are on the lookout as well .a very expensive lesson has been learned in Gonzaga bay for us this weekend!!