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Friends And Guests Of Leo`s Baja Oasis…..


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Our Friend Ed from Canada landed this 50 lb Rooster-fish 


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202 (1) (600x800)Billy Lewis from Canada, funniest  guy ever!, with this nice yellow tail.



IMG_0607Shawn Hornsby at 6ft’ 8”, 300 pounds and the fish STILL looks good! Nice.



Aaron from Alaska with large Jack Cravelle on the fly ..







Ian from Victoria Canada, with Broom tail grouper.


Rare Golden Grouper, only 1-2 percent of Leopard Grouper have this coloration, released unharmed



Our Staff loves to get into the action too!, Rosa pictured here is only 90lbs soaking wet and managed to land 8 nice Dorado   including this Bull.




Gregg Alfonso with twin yellowfin tuna – My best buddy, lawyer, and hard-core fisherman…….cuts bait, gives legal advice, and tells jokes all in one package, haha !

Our Favorite Regular Chris Thompson “Slayin`” Yellowtail East side of Isla Cerralvo. One tough S.O.B. doesnt even need a fighting belt…….hardcore!!

More Chris Thompson Group, Another favorite, Jasper Smith, Ken, And Our Best Captain and Amigo Efrain “just call me Frank…” nice morning catch !

Sometimes they even let me fish too ! Estimated around 60 lbs, this is much smaller than his “cousin” i caught at Las Arenas last fall estimated 95 lbs !….all roosterfish live released, they are far to beautiful and exotic to put on ice……….

Larry Barnes with a nice dogtooth snapper at Punta Perico January.


We fish. We relax. That’s what we do.

Our friend Blair Metro from Canada caught 6 yellowtail, got home with sore arms couldnt lift a beer!


Late season Yellowtail Mixed with Roosterfish in Shallow Bays

Late season Yellowtail mixed in with large Roosterfish Shallow Bays

Jay Arana of Oregon wanted a roosterfish on the fly, his wish was fulfilled with 5 nice roosters 15/20 lbs all in the first hour on the water! Fly-Olive Sea Habit. The fish were exploding on chummed live sardines. At one point there were 20-30 fish circling the boat! We missed some larger fish 30 lb. class.



This is one tough customer ! These mullet snapper will test your skill, and are very difficult to land. Jay Arana April 23/12

Jay’s wife Amy was surprised at the strength of these fish, but did an expert job of landing them as well ! April 23/12

Pound for pound these mullet snapper are the toughest fish in Southern Baja, they take you straight down into the rocks and snap leader after leader, landing 1 out of 4 hook-ups is about average. April 25/12









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