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Baja Fishing Report

Tom Gatch

Over the past decade, ‘Hooked on Baja’ author, Tom Gatch, has built a solid reputation as one of the foremost writers and columnists focusing on outdoor, travel and culinary topics in Baja and southern California. His company, EL PUERTO Creative Consultants S.A. de C.V. also provides professional copywriting and creative support for business entities on both sides of the border.






Baja Fishing Report - Spring 2017
Baja Fishing Report - Spring 2017
April 15, 2017
Without a doubt, the winter rainy season in 2017 was intense, but well needed. Rarely do the chaparral covered hills of southern California and Baja Norte look as stunningly emerald as they do right now. Nonetheless, even with occasional breaks in the inclement weather, the fishing plans of many an angler were negatively impacted by the inability to get out on the water. Read more...
Baja Fishing Report - Winter 2017
Baja Fishing Report - Winter 2017
January 15, 2017
Our post El Niño warmth in 2017 has been predicted to carry over for several months here in the southwest. However, the New Year was still ushered in by a series of storms, which smacked both southern California and northern Baja. Read more...
Baja Fishing Report - Fall 2016
Baja Fishing Report - Fall 2016
October 15, 2016
Baja’s extremely productive summer fishing season closed out this year in classic fashion; with a couple of hurricanes off the southern tip of the peninsula. Read more...
Baja Fishing Report - Summer 2016
Fishing Baja Summer Report
July 15, 2016
Now that summer has officially begun, the bite on a variety of popular gamesters is in full swing as water temperatures around the Baja California peninsula continue to climb several degrees above what is generally normal Read more...
Baja Fishing Report - Spring 2016
Fishing Baja Spring Report
April 26, 2016
Although the very beginning of 2016 was ushered in by chilly rain and thunder storms, it was not long before warmer weather once again prevailed over southern California and the Baja California peninsula Read more...
Baja Fishing Report - Winter 2015
Fishing Baja Winter Report
January 14, 2015
Looking back at 2014, most Baja anglers would have to agree that it was indeed an epic year for fishing south of the border. The El Niño driven spike in offshore water temperatures arrived just as Read more...
Baja Fishing Report - Fall 2014
Fishing Baja Fall Report
October 15, 2014
When scientists predicted that El Niño conditions would prevail along the Eastern Pacific coast this summer, they weren’t kidding. As it turns out, surface water temperatures have been running a good Read more...
Baja Fishing Report - Summer 2014
Fishing Baja Summer Report
June 18, 2014
The data is in, and it probably should come as no surprise that after such a warm, dry weather pattern in the southwest this past spring, scientists are now predicting that a full blown El Nino condition will Read more...
Baja Fishing
Fishing Baja Spring Report
March 12, 2014
We are learning that, as weather patterns change, strange things can happen. And while this winter’s ‘Polar Vortex’ may have played havoc through several northerly states in the east and mid-west, Mother Nature has been kind enough to simultaneously bathe the southwest and Baja Read more...
Baja Fishing
Fishing Baja Winter Report
January 15, 2014
This used to be the season when southern California anglers would get out the heavy duty rockcod gear, spool up their 6/0 to 9/0 reels with 80 to100 pound test Dacron line, and then start making plans to head out to the various offshore banks along our continental Read more...
Baja Fishing
Fishing Baja Fall Report
September 12, 2013
While residents of Midwestern and northeastern states may already be bracing themselves for the chilly fall and winter season to come, those lucky enough to live in southern California and Baja still have several months of sunny, summer-like weather on tap. Read more...
Baja Fishing
Fishing Baja Summer Report
June 12, 2013
As late spring slips into early summer, there is an awakening of activity amongst a number of Baja’s most popular gamefish. One highly targeted offshore species is the yellowfin tuna, which regularly work their way up the peninsula on the wake of more southerly hurricane activity as the season progresses. Read more...
Baja Fishing
Fishing Baja Spring Report
March 12, 2013
When it comes to sportfishing, the months of spring mark the beginning of an important transition period around the entire Baja California peninsula. Gradually subsiding winds from the north bode well for anglers targeting a wide variety of gamefish in Baja Norte as well as Baja Sur. Read more...
About Baja's Wine Country
About Baja's Wine Country
October 12, 2012
Progressively warmer and sunnier than average winters have been the ongoing barer of good news for the wine producers in Baja Norte's Valle de Guadalupe, which lies just a few miles to the northeast of Ensenada. Many of the most popular varietals grown here originally hail from the Mediterranean region... Read more...

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