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Whale watching season is in full swing at Lopez Mateos in Bahia Magdalena. With each week more and more whales are showing up to spend the winter in the warm shallow waters. Tailhunters can set up a great family trip for you.
Just out front of the La Paz waterfront in the shallow bay waters, baby whalesharks are now here. We’re arranging daily trips to spend a few hours swimming with these gentle animals.
LA PAZ and BAJA REFLECT U.S. CONDITIONS
La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of January 15-23, 2017
Not much to tell you on the fishing scene. As you probably know, the western U.S. was smacked around again pretty much all last week with ice, snow, wind and rain. Well, there’s a pretty good rule of thumb. If the U.S. is getting it then Baja is also getting it and vice versa. Weather does not simply “STOP” because there’s an international border.
So, although in La Paz, it obviously wasn’t raining or snowing, it was still cold enough for us to fire up the heaters at our Tailhunter Restaurant and turn on the fire pit on the 2nd level terrace. Additionally, it was also windy most of the week, and while we could go fishing and just wear jackets to ward off a bit of the chill, there’s nothing that will make the wind stop blowing or the ocean from being choppy.
But that’s what’s to be expected during our off-season winter months. For better-or-worse, not many fishermen are out either. Commercial guys that are going out are telling us there’s some breezing tuna around and the occasional dorado, but most of our few anglers that got out, ran into snapper, cabrilla (sea bass) and some smaller cargo as well as bonito and jack crevalle. Good light tackle stuff and for the few folks we have this time of year, often snowbirds just looking for a day in the sun on the water, that’s fun.
As for other activities our whale watching tours are in full-swing now that the grey whales have started arriving in Bahia Magdalena. More and more seem to be arriving weekly and they usually stick around until about mid-March or so.
Also, right in La Paz Bay, we’ve got whalesharks now and we’re also arranging daily “swim with the whale sharks” excursions. The fish are right in the shallow in front of town.
If you’d like any information or have us set up your whale “adventure” e-mail us directly at Jonathan@tailhunter.com
THANKS FOR BEING SUCH GREAT HOSTS SACRAMENTO!
HERE WE COME WASHINGTON!
We had a spectacular show at the California State Fairgrounds for the ISE show last week. It was incredible…maybe our best show ever with huge numbers of bookings from new friends and old friends coming to see us this year in La Paz. It’s gonna be a fantastic year! Thanks to all our Sacramento and Bay Area amigos for al the hospitality!
One caveat…we are filling many dates very very fast! Not kidding! Many dates are already sold out. We have two more months of shows. Do not wait! If you’re planning to visit us this year, send me an e-mail to Jonathan@tailhunter.com and let’s get you booked before your dates and favorite captains are taken!
We now move onto the Washington Sportsman’s Show at the Puyallup Fairgrounds just south of Seattle! This is a mammoth 5 day show from Wednesday to Sunday! The WASHINGTON SPORTSMANS SHOW has so many awesome Tailhunter friends. We hope to see you there! Here’s a link for more info and how to get discount tickets:
Wow! Sacramento ISE was “off-the-hook” fantastic! One of our best shows ever! So great to see so many friends and we have a ton of you coming back making reservations to see us this year! Let’s go fishing!
Some of our best Sacramento friends who have visited us many many times in La Paz! Julia McCabe, Dick Winslow, Randy Lyons, Tim Nishimura and Scott Johnson.
We love our Tailhunter families!
Some of the perks of the job! Jonathan Sandwich between Jilly and Barbara Steinberg famous outdoor writer!
Whether visiting us in Sacramento or La Paz, Kelly and Stephanie Mizuno are always welcome smiles! Thanks for bringing us the goodies to the booth. They were yummy!
One of the great icons of the industry, Rick Copeland from Wilderness Unlimited came by to visit and pose with Jilly in the booth
How can you not love this photo! Jilly with our amiga, Carrie Wilson, biologist and awesome writer for the California Dept of Fish and Wildlife.
They are coming back to La Paz for the umpteenth time this October. From the bay area, our amigos, John McLucas and Bill Lee.
Best friends or Tailhunter for so many years, Verda Boyd, Dave Frausto and Tim Zimmer! Part of the tribe!
Wyoming outfitters…TV celebrities…bestest amigos…Rick and Amy Kasper came from their booth to visit with us for awhile. We’ll see the in La Paz!
Always good to see these smiling faces! Jilly with Ed Byrd and Rich Keogh who are coming to us again this summer in La Paz!
Retired CHP officers and great friends for many many years, Randy Lyons and Dick Winslow. Contemplating bringing their boat down to La Paz next time!
The “King of Craft Beer!” He just came back from three days in Belgium just to drink beer and knows every beer in the world! Kris Honkola is an excellent fisherman as well and will be coming back to La Paz in October!
Cheers to new friends, Stephanie and Lou Torres who drove all the way up from San Jose to visit us in Sacramento to book their first trip to fish with us in La Paz.
Favorite family! Tim Butterworth with his daughter Danielle and her husband Dave posing with Jilly. Tim will be coming back to get another wahoo or two in the fall with us. He’s been visiting La Paz for over 20 years.
The Vagabundos del Mar! Gloria and Fred Jones have been part of the Baja scene with the Vags for decades! Always good to have them visit our booth.
…and then there’s our Mexican Pocket Panther, Catlyn guarding the booth and greeting friends!
That’s our story! Come see us in Washington if you’re around!
Jonathan and Jilly
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