Baja beat down

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Spent 4 days running down the MAN and Man! this was the most exciting the most physically demanding and the most difficult type of sightfishing I've ever experienced! 5 times more difficult than tarpon and permit, if it ain't done in one shot you can basically forget about it regroup and move on .we had lots of very close calls but just couldn't connect to year will be my redemption.jacks kept us in busy we also had the freshest of fresh pacific oysters thanks to the local divers. 










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14 mins ago, Oakman said:

I figured the peninsula would be cooler, her family used to run down to Cabo all the time.  I'd like to do that trip.

I can hook that up just let me know. 

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10 hours ago, thaistick said:

No 30min south of cabo pulmo

Gotcha. I fish a lot in that area and it looked familiar to me.

I'll add that hooking, fighting, and releasing a grande pez gallo is not easy.

Persistence. You'll get 'em next time. :th:

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36 mins ago, Garshark572 said:

I’d love some more info.  What gear were you using, how long were the typical shots and who did u fish with ?  Thanks in advance 

We fished with lance Peterson as for gear a 10wt intermediate will suffice some use a sink tip, the shots varies depending on where they swim but average shot is around 40 to 60ft not long but wind and waves make it challenging especially when you have to run and cast.

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