Before leaving San Diego I checked reports for LP, which showed amazing catches of Dorado and tuna, along with the usual fare of others! Landed on the 28th, headed out very early- 5:30 a.m.- on Fri, 29th from Muertos only to find water conditions had changed to green milky haze. My Ex-Pat friend Brad and I fished with Lorenzo yet all we could find was a decent size Rooster for Brad. We called it a day about noon as the heat and slow day started getting the better of us. Saturday we picked up the teenage son of a friend of Brad's, again leaving Muertos at 5:30a.m. after the hour's drive. Lorenzo had us make bait- good size!- and still bought lots of dinks from the local bait pangas. Although nice and calm, waters were still milky green. Brad and George each managed a smaller Dorado each, and we each picked up bonitos - C&R. For the second day in a row, I'm heading back to the hotel with nada. Day 3 comes up and we make our drive down for the 5:30 launch with Lorenzo. He had a plan to fish harder at a spot due south, where we fished the previous day with a group of about 20+ other pangas. I sensed Lorenzo's frustration as we headed out for our third and final day on the green-ish water. The kid was the first to strike with a pampano- the first l'd seen caught. Ambient temps were winning the war with Brad, who was now just along for the ride. Lorenzo worked the bait hard in the cluster of pangas, where only a few Dorado were being boated by the group of pangas. I finally got a hard strike, leading to a 20min fight, only my second such fight! Yellow fin, Baby!!! My first ever. No time to celebrate as Lorenzo worked to get me back in the water. In about 15mins, Bam! another strike! Another yellow fin!! Bigger than the first, and it was only 8:15 in the morning! Brad's feeling better after taking in some electrolytes & water so Lorenzo makes a mad dash for more bait and a desire to find Dorado, which we would not find this morning. We wrapped up the day - our last day with Lorenzo at Muertos- at 11:30 a.m.! Brad passes iced down beers (& a soda) as Lorenzo cleans our fish for the day- pampano, Dorado, and 2 YFT! A number of the pangas we fished near that morning had also pulled out at the launch. It was a bucket list day for me and def made this trip to La Paz what I've been accustomed to for fishing and friends! Yep, the "heat-was-hot", but LP will continue to be my go-to destination. The bonus for this trip: no hurricane, unlike my last trip! Wasn't a fan of waking up at 3a.m., but it is what it is! Can hardly wait to come back and I haven't even left yet!