"I really would like to thank Ruben, Enrique and the rest of your staff for making a fantastic adventure for a man from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I have never been to Mexico before and was very glad to make the drive from San Diego with the rest of our group. I was so happy to see the “REAL” Mexico and get a feel for the culture that you should all be so proud of. Eating from the road side taco stand In San Quintin, seeing all the small shops along the road, the amazing desert and even the Military check stops ( I notice the soldiers like to garden on the road side in their spare time). Of course the best time was the fishing. Enrique worked very hard for us. He was a great teacher and had many good comments (and burritos) to share with us. On the last day we almost got blown off the sea, but Enrique got out of the wind and waited it out. We then proceeded to catch our 5 grouper. 44, 40,35,25 and 8 pounds. I was so excited when I got the 44 pounder to the boat that my head almost exploded. I was so excited. Many high fives followed that fish.
Thank you again for the great time. I will be sure to come back next year. Maybe we can catch rooster fish next time.
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Daggett's has two 28 foot SuperPangas equipped with GPS, VHF and live bait tanks, well capable of reaching reefs and islands where 20-50 pound catches are common. Our family has fished the area for generations, and know these waters and fishing patterns well. Ruben, Alfonso and Enrigue are all certified fishing guides, and have first aid certifications as well. Reservations for the prime fishing months fill quickly, so if you're thinking about trying your angler skills here in Bahia de Los Angeles, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can reserve your dates.
Bahia de Los Angeles is a designated eco-preserve. The multiple reefs in our section of the Sea of Cortez bring into our bay a variety of memorable sport fishing. The many islands harbor both transient and resident species. The pristine, clear water of the Sea of Cortez makes the fishing or snorkeling experience enjoyable. You can watch the fish as they swim and see the beautiful, colorful reefs right from the boat. Whales, porpoise, whale sharks and more are commonly found in our waters. A multitude of bird life resides on the mainland and many islands.