La Paz, Baja Sur, is just 90 minutes away from the world-famous Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. La Paz is the great undiscovered fishing area of the Sea of Cortez. (Gulf of California). The Baja peninsula is over a thousand miles long. It begins just below San Diego and projects almost straight south into tropical waters. Cabo is located at the southern Pacific tip. La Paz, the capital of Baja Sur, is located on the opposite side of the narrow Baja peninsula. The inland sea is a gigantic fish trap. Here the waters are typically much more calm, warmer, and are not fished heavily.
Fish are abundant throughout the inland sea, and fishing is available year-round. Whether it’s dorado, yellowtail, tuna, sailfish, wahoo, grouper, snapper, marlin, skipjack, roosterfish, sea bass, sierras, etc., La Paz is a premier spot for fishing these varieties. FURTHERMORE, the great fishing areas we visit are considered fully sustainable at current sports fishing levels! This is a huge difference from much of the world’s fishing locations.
The waters extending up inside the Baja peninsula are some of the most active in the world for sea life. From the inside southern tip of the Baja and extending straight north to Loreto, are 43 deserted islands that serve as fishing meccas. Outside these island perimeters are reefs, shoals, and corals. Just beyond, are the deep blue waters that are home to some of the best and most desired sport fishing species on the planet!
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