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In Photos: Baja’s Fishing Bounty

July 3, 2012
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Nick Honachefsky
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Drop Down

Flashy metal jigs bounced on the bottom or snap-twitched up the water column produce plentiful snapper and grouper. Nick Honachefsky
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Bill Me

Striped marlin are the highlight of billfishing activity, though blue and black marlin also abound. Nick Honachefsky
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Telltale Sign

The fins of feeding roosterfish break the inshore water’s surface close enough for surf-casting opportunity. Nick Honachefsky
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Buena Vista Beach Resort is situated an hour’s ride north of the Los Cabos airport on the East Cape, along the Sea of Cortez. Nick Honachefsky
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Serendipitous Sea

Quiet and serene, the Sea of Cortez is fully loaded with sport-fishing activity; with everything from bottomfish to billfish, the area lacks nothing — except the crowds of neighboring Cabo San Lucas. Alan Kikuchi
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