Welcome to the October 2023 edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! In this edition, Martina encounters Mona at Rancho El Coyote; Erin Dunigan shares the Cabalgata experience; Greg Niemann explores the legacy of Bobby Van Wormer; David Kier recounts the history of Baja piracy and Tom Gatch provides the fall fishing report. We still have copies of the amazing Baja Atlas available at a discounted price to get you ready for your next road trip south of the border! ¡Viva Baja!
Mona: The Camp Dog of Rancho El Coyote
She watched me with one brown eye and one blue eye. She showed no signs of moving from her hillside vantage point. I had not noticed her arrival...Read more
By Erin Dunigan
Close your eyes and take a deep breath. Do you feel it? A sense of familiarity tinged with distance. It's the aroma of boundless expanses...
Bobby Van Wormer's Legacy
By Greg Niemann
Bobby Van Wormer Sr., a Baja icon in the East Cape region, left a legacy in the developing of several popular sportfishing resorts. Along with...Read more
Pirates in Baja
By David Kier
In 1963, Peter Gerhard published an eleven page report about treasure-seeking pirates that attacked Spanish ships from their hiding...Read more
Fall Fishing Report
By Tom Gatch
This past summer proved to be highly productive for anglers fishing in a wide variety of locations around the Baja California peninsula. And it...