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[*] posted on 9-28-2013 at 10:59 PM


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Calamajue. grouper/yt/corvina/wsb. Steep pebble launch but no swell. Big cement palapa for $5 a night.
big cement palapa for rent? this is the only palapa out there as of this april! has something changed?:?:]]


ya that's the one though it was new when i was there, what's the problem?
it's calamajue. yakers aren't pansies. glad you didn't take a foto of the bano:cool:
what makes ya think I didnt?:lol:



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[*] posted on 9-29-2013 at 08:36 AM


Kayak fishing- what areas up to Bahia de Los Angeles do you recommend

Wherever you go DO NOT approach the Sea Lion rookeries on the islands. When the females are nursing their pups the males will become very aggressive and attack any other male or human that approaches. I saw a guy in a kayak get capsized by a bull and fortunately right it and escape without being bit.




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[*] posted on 9-30-2013 at 09:38 AM


Oye Joe;

there's a lot of talk about the wind. After 15years in the salt water yak fishing. The wind in the Cortez is not your only concern. For the most part yak fishing is done close to camp. We normally pick our launches for 4-5 hour sessions early morning or late evening when the wind is at its best.

I'm always cautious about the Cortez currents. It fortunately can be learned and used to your advantage. The current shifts are massive and I've seen spots in Bola where a yak can move 5 knots, drifting down stream. So know your moon phase and tide swing when fishing the Cortez.

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[*] posted on 9-30-2013 at 11:11 AM


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Thank you BKbend.,
On website, does the arrows mean where the wind is blowing towards to? And coming from? For example, if arrow is pointing to the right, does that mean that the wind is wind is coming from the West and blowing towards the east? They advised me to be carefull of West winds.

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Sorry, gone for a few days. You've got the wind direction arrows figured out.
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[*] posted on 9-30-2013 at 11:25 AM


west winds. keep an eye on the cloud formations over the mountains to your west, elongated clouds resembling an elephant trunk, get your feet on dry ground SOON!
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