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Punta Chivato, Baja California

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This trip was taken in June 2003 and was shared on a west coast forum at the time. I thought that it would be fun to look at as we move into winter-inspiration for trip planning and the coming year.

Punta Chivato is ~650 miles south of the US/Mex border on the Baja peninsula. About a 20 hour tow from my home.

This is a favorite spot for fishing and relaxing.

Jeff
 

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What's up with those funky looking bluefish ;) ?
 

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I really like the bimini on your tower. Did you have it custom made?

Great pics. I would love to do a trip like that this summer.

Brian
 

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Megabyte":2fz5deu5 said:
DaleH":2fz5deu5 said:
What's up with those funky looking bluefish ;) ?
You're reading my mind Dale!
If they are as highly regarded over there as they are here...it's probably some angler's urine on them that turned them yellow. :D
 

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gw204":mrysdq14 said:
Megabyte":mrysdq14 said:
DaleH":mrysdq14 said:
What's up with those funky looking bluefish ;) ?
You're reading my mind Dale!
If they are as highly regarded over there as they are here...it's probably some angler's urine on them that turned them yellow. :D
Those are California Yellowtail aka as Hamachi at sushi bars. Excellent eating. BBQued, smoked, breaded or battered. Highly prized for thier fighting and for thier great tasting fillets. BTW, nice rig. Towed mine to Loreto last year and nailed the yellows as well.
 
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