Thread: Baja Rules
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Old 01-27-2018, 02:12 PM   #34
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Re: Baja Rules

2018 Winter report from the Mulege area:
Typical winter conditions windy 50 % of the time, cool water, but had some great dives.
We typically dont see a lot of YT there in the winter months, but we ended up with 3 and a big mix of other fish, clams, scallops....
We normally rent our place there for the winters and focus our fishing on spring and summers. This last trip was so nice and warm-- a great break from Co, but the spring still offers so much in this area that I will be back in March.
My recommendation is too also try late summer early winter for warm water, great fish, and no winds: Sept-Nov.
I will run a summer spearo special on my Casita and Villa there June - Spet
This special is offered only here for those who love Baja or want to really learn it.
Casita for 2, $450 for a week
Villa for 4, $1000 for the week, add another $100 per person for extra people.
This is the perfect getaway for the family and the die-hard divers.
All the diving stuff is all set up with a great boat, capt, and lots of spots for all levels.
Private beach, free kayaks, SUPs, 7 local islands to explore, private natural hot spring rock tub, and the best view in all of Baja. We are off the grid with lots of privacy, but no AC, so pick the months your group can best handle the heat level.
If you have any questions, just call and book direct. Mike 970-216-5902
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