Sorry - no pics, solo trip. Took the yak down last week and allowed weather to dictate locations - BoLA had TStorms - so stopped in Punta Baja. A fish a drop on structure if there were marks and current. They were feeding on red crab, so any jig or Lucanus style w/red or orange and glow. Didn’t keep a red under 5 lbs, plus a few other larger RF models and a 10lb goat. Also used TD Bullet Minnows, but the grumpies and Calicos were to aggressive in the upper water column to get down to Lings or when I threw at what looked liked breezing YTs. Even lost a Scrambled Egg TD to a double hook up of two 5lb Calis. I was being stupid and trying to grab the hook w/pliers w/o a gripper on a fish and nicked the line - then watched the 2 fish swim away fighting over the lure. No big Lings, but did snag a 20+ goat n the tail w/a bass rod and an old Calcutta 400, but released it since i already had 1 goat and they don’t freeze well. This place gets almost no sport fishing, and the 1 place on the point w/rooms (Chuy’s) had a Cerrado sigh on it, so I dry camped on 20’ of dry sand under a cliff and was woke to pangas launching 10’ from my tent at sunrise every morning. Current rips, water is cold, launch/landing is precarious, and it gets windy - but a ton of bio-mass in that water. Headed back to the 1 in El Rosario and forecast for BoLA went from summer Humid to fall offshore winds - so went up to Santo Tomas and fought wind again the first day w/YTs to far to chase in the Yak and busted off a nice WSB in the kelp that bit under a school of Slimies. Rained on 2nd morning but cleared and had more fantastic rock fishing, but the YT were gone. Next day launched between swells and had to use the commercial panga launch South to land 4 hours later w/20 knot sustained winds. But spent time w/the owner of PST, Sammy, whose 86 years young - and that conversation and the view topped the trip off. 6 days in Baja and I fished the yak each one, even though a few I shouldn’t have. No exotics - but came back w/limits of large and premium eating fish. Considering this trip was exactly 1 year since I shattered my clavicle on a bicycle and I hadn’t fished more than 1 day in a week until now, I think easy fishing was better than getting into YTs or groupers in the Cortez this time around.