FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH We are now headed into August, and as each week passes, the opportunities to catch a wide variety of species in the rich waters surrounding Cedros Island continue to expand. That is one of the reasons why the Island remains has become a unique sportfishing venue that draws anglers from…

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WEEKLY FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH The 2022 summer season is just getting into full swing, yet the prevailing conditions are already producing exceptional catches of fat yellowtail and trophy-grade calico bass for Cedros Island Outdoor Adventures and their guests. The acceleration of the hot, summer fishing action around Cedros Island continues to put smiles…

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By Chris Bricker. This was my first time ever fishing for Yellow Tail. First time at Cedros Island. What an amazing experience, from the staff to the guides. The hospitality was off the charts!! Caught my first ever White Sea Bass 44 pounds. Caught many yellow tail with one reaching 40 pounds. Calico Bass fishing…

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FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH As we head into November, the fishing action in the waters surrounding Cedros Island continues to be excellent with good catches of big dorado, yellowtail, white seabass, fat calico bass, and chunky California sheephead, along with an occasional black sea bass to help round out the catch. Visiting anglers have…

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FISH REPORT BY TOM GATCH As we move through October, we are beginning to see a better grade of both yellowtail and dorado moving into the waters surrounding Isla Cedros. This stands in contrast to the fact that our late summer fishing was focused primarily on larger concentrations of school-sized fish in respect to both…

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  BY TOM GATCH Cedros Island offers a pristine, natural environment that is comfortably situated just off the Pacific coast of central Baja California, which is home for a wide variety of endemic plant and animal species. The rich waters surrounding the Island support a healthy marine environment teeming with sea life, including a bevy…

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The Labor Day weekend has now come and gone after a fantastic month of fishing around Isla Cedros. The water continues to warm, and we are now beginning to see huge concentrations of red tuna crabs beginning to carpet the surface of the ocean around our regional islands. Although they have not yet arrived in…

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