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La Paz is one of the few places in Baja that offers fishing 365 days-a-year. Even during the cooler, windier months of winter, we can still put you on fish. We never have to fish far from shore, even for the largest fish. However, like anywhere else, we have our seasons and fishing changes from season to season just like the climate. Still, most of our fishing remains with live and dead bait, fishing relatively close to shore in our pangas so you get the most time possible spent fishing!


Fishing in La Paz is 4 seasons of


Winter samples Pargo


Late November to March, these are our windiest and coolest months. Our fishing is highly dependent on the weather with most of our fishing done out of Muertos Bay. Although early winter can see tuna, wahoo, dorado and billfish still holding over from the warmer months, spectacular inshore fishing is the norm.


Species: Pargo, snapper, sierra, sea bass (cabrilla), bonito, skipjack.


Cabrilla Sierra


FUN!


Spring samples Pompano


Late March to late June, this is when the waters start to get warmer, but it can still be breezy. This is the time of year when we have the most variety as cold-water fish mix with warmer-water fish. Great inshore fishing with larger gamefish like roosterfish, yellowtail and amberjack starting to make appearances, but big pargo start to school plus a wide variety of jacks and beach fish. As waters get warmer there's now a chance at smaller dorado, marlin, sailfish, wahoo and tuna. Light tackle and flyfishers start to show up in Spring.


Species: Pargo, sierra, snapper, sea bass (cabrilla), bonito, skipjack, jack crevalle, pompano, roosterfish, yellowtail, amberjack, dorado, marlin, sailfish, tuna, wahoo.


Jack Crevalle


Yellowfin Tuna


Amberjack


Sierra Dorado 20 Pargo Roosterfish Jonathan Roldan’s Tailhunter International (626) 638-3383 • riplipboy@tailhunter-international.com


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