It’s a good thing that I give out the URL to Fishing Fury as often as I can, and I suppose it’s also good that it’s so easy to remember. Bryan, pictured in the previous entry with another Snapper (known locally as Pargo), sent me an email today asking for his photos and sending another one along for good measure. Thanks alot Bryan! I’ve actually never seen this species of Pargo before.
Yet another great day in La Paz, all thanks to Fishermen’s Fleet.
While browsing the January 2006 issue of Sport Fishing Magazine I came across a gem of an article that came very close to home, or at least what I’ve been calling home the past year, La Paz. Captain Ted Lund paints a beautiful portrait of what fishing here in La Paz is like, and the photos hes collected along the way certainly help for those unfamiliar. La Paz is home to one of the worlds foremost fishing destinations unknown to the vast majority of fishermen.
Sure, you could go to Cabo San Lucas if you really wanted to, but you wouldn’t be getting a true Mexican experience. La Paz is the true paradise of the Baja, the people here are far more friendly, and the streets are much safer. If you’re interested in some of the best fishing in the world, including record Roosterfish, black and blue Marlin, Tuna, Amberjacks, Dorado, or even Snapper, La Paz doesn’t disappoint all year long. If you’re interested in La Paz you can read through the various posts (more) and articles/fishing logs (more) we’ve posted here. All of our trips were booked through the Fishermen’s Fleet guide service. I’ve personally used David Jones’ services and his captains over a dozen times and give my highest personal recommendations for anyone looking to fish here in La Paz. Be sure to check out the video to get your heart pumping!
Michael and I went fishing on Tuesday and despite the weather being pretty cold and cloudy we still managed to bring in two big Mullet Snapper. This time there was only one other group of fishermen with us and they also did quite well catching 4 of the same size.
Im the king of loosing email addresses, if you’re the nice chap pictured above please email me so I can send you the original photos.
My good friends at Fishermen’s Fleet sent me this awesome photo of a near 25 pound Yellowfin Tuna being caught here in La Paz, BCS.