Four out of the last seven days I've launched in Lopez Mateos and fished on the banks outside Mag Bay. The wind was unseasonably calm and the SST was 76-77 degrees. There is a lot of bait in the area and many marlin feeding on it. I saw tailers and jumpers and schools slashing bait balls. I didn't target them but caught one that hit a wahoo lure trolled 12+ knots. There are also yellowfin tuna and I caught a couple this morning. But, what I was looking for was wahoo and they were there in force. I caught my limit all four days before noon. This morning I was headed back to the boca with my limit of wahoo and two small tuna before 9:00 a.m. Tortugas were thick basking in the sun in the calm sea. There was very little traffic in the area. Four long range boats out of San Diego (1-1-2-0 per day), one sportfisher passing through and a handful of pangas. That was it for the four days. (Bill Klaser showed up on the high spot with his boat Reel Duck and Captain Ruben Duran aboard this morning as I was leaving). Below are some pics taken over the four days. As you can see in the photos the hoos were hitting on a broad range of lures. The key was to switch up if something didn't get bit for a while. Chances are something would be interested in something new.