San Quintin Fishing - Catch of the Day

Catch of the Day

June into first half of July Yellowtail are consistant halibut and seabase are consistant in the bay - multible sources. Dorado have been reported both north and south of San Quintin.

June (first half) Bluefin tuna and yellowfin tuna, along with yellowtail are in the offshore waters in abundance, Via bajafisherman.com. Look for photos on kmfishing.com/captains-blog, bdoutdoors.com forum title  San Quintin Smorgasboard.... i.e., WE'RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER BOX! sayes it fairly well.

May ends with a variety, Yellowtails still present, Hat tip bajafisherman.com with decent halibut caught in the mouth of the bay.

May 15th, 2014, Several days of good weather provided exellent fishing ... kmfishing.com has numerous photos and based on the photos the biggest catch is yellowtail, with bag limits being reported. Barracuda are also being reported in the water. Red rockcod, lingcod, halibut and bass are also being caught.

May 1st - May 15th, 2014, summary Via Wownews.com with intermittent high winds less pressure is being placed on migrational yellowtail, but on windless days anglers are bringing them in. Sugar bass, sculpin and lingcod are also being landed.

May 9th, 2014, Via bajafly.com yellowtail, red rockcod and lingcod. Short of bag limits for yellowtail but bag limits on cod.

March-April is the windy season in San Quintin, they have been a hot spot for yellowtail through late winter, but without weekly reports, can you blame them? When the fish are biting who wants to be online? April seems to be ending with yellowtail on the move.

April 16th, 2014, 2nd hand from Don Eddie's via wonews.com “The yellowtail continued to breeze in and out, with a few caught here and there,” lingcod bite appears consistant.

April 7th, 2014, first person catch of the day via bajafisherman.com forums is a 100 lb seabass, (assumed from sheltered bay waters). Sheepshead have been caught but not frequently. Yellowtail are being landed but with effort. Lingcod and rockcod are by far the most common.

Few people on the first weekend in April where their for the surf condictions.

Monthly report for March from kmfishing.com its been an epic March lots of yellowtail up top on the high spots and as always exellent bottom fishing.

March 19th, 2014 summary from wonews.com The yellowtail fishing in San Quintin this past week was on fire – providing full ice chests and bent rods for all.