craigen

Newbie here from San Diego Ca

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It's refreshing to gain a new perspective on our favorite sport by learning East Coaster ways here on this forum.  While I fish mostly long range Baja trips I look forward to applying knowledge gained here on the Baja.  Cheers...

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Welcome to the right coast, where the ocean actually gets warm at times. Lol. Are you talking offshore tuna, or inshore stripers, bluefish and bottom species?

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These days I go on eight day variety trips traveling about 3/4 of the way down the Baja coast.  We have to clear Mexican customs at Ensenada but don't fish there.  We target yellowtail, tuna, wahoo, grouper and dorado.  The boats offer all the comforts of home with nice stateroom berthing, great meals and hot showers.  I've been on dozens of trips over the years and must have dumped a bushel basket of cash over the side on the cost of these trips.  Earlier on I spent time and money on longer trips of 14 to 16 days realizing my goal of catching a "cow" tuna (over 200 pounds).  I've caught a few of those stand-up style and my personal best was 266.  These are babies compared to the East coast giant bluefins, right?

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