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Does anyone have experience fishing with the Baja flyfishing company? They run trips out of both the east cape and mag bay in Baja. I'd be especially interested in experiences with them in Mag bay. I'm thinking of booking a trip with them in 2023 and can't find a lot of reviews/information other than on their website. Thanks
Hopefully going to Cabo San Lucas to surf fish for rooster fish and maybe some Cubera this upcoming June. Might be getting guide for a day, but want to be able to DIY it the rest of the week so I’m planning on building a 2 piece surf rod for the trip (but if a there is a finished rod that better fits the bill I’ll go with that). Does any one have some insight on what rods are best for area? I know pencil poppers, poppers, surface irons, etc. are common lures, and I’m also not apposed to snagging a mullet and throwing it out there. (Florida mullet run style). Hopefully that narrows it down a bit. I know many use 12+ footers in Baja for longer casts, but I want to keep it 11 foot or under so it still has some use when I back home in Florida. I also will probably put my vs 200 on the rod if that narrows it down any further. Right now looking at cape cod nano 10’6 (heavy or light) and Lami gsb 132 2l or 2m, but open to other options.
We just returned from our annual Baja roosterfish trip. While the roosters were not very thick the ones around were big. One of my guys landed a massive 70 pound rooster on fly. There were several 50 pound+ fish and one upper 50s to low 60s. The Toros were thick (pacific jack crevelle ). They were as thick as I have ever seen them. Most of the toro were around 12 to 18 pounds and everyone caught one or two over 20 pounds. The fly records are in the low 20s. Besides the roosters, toros there were a good number of big African pompano. This year was definitely a 10 wt fishery--we left our 9 wts back in our rooms.