August Baja Fishing Report
As the water heats up, so does the fishing! Gary Graham reports in his August column:

What a difference a month makes … from “slow” to “go”! The tuna—both yellowfin and bluefin—seen last month finally began to bite in earnest on both sides of the border, offshore and in some cases pretty close to shore. Below the border, offshore yellowfin are far more prevalent weighing in from 15 pounds to over 100 pounds and are mostly found traveling with porpoise on all the high spots outside the Coronados and Todos Santos Islands.

Keep an eye out for kelp which have dorado, yellowtail, and tuna beneath them. Also, the first marlin of the season was brought into Marina Coral so keep your eyes peeled for them as well.

Inshore, the Coronado’s have also sprung to life. The area around the Middle Grounds has a fair amount of yellowtail; same for the Lighthouse and South Kelp. The best action though is down in the Rockpile area and in towards Descanso.... 

Read the report.