Fly fishing for roosterfish is the pinnacle of angling patience, fly-fishing ability, and resolving complex chaos theory. And it all finishes well in the angling world because each day ends with a sunset and a few cold cervesas.
With some prime weeks still available at Bahia de los Suenos, there is time to get in a trip this fall or have your first pick of dates for 2020 dates.
Current September and October availability:
Sept 26 – October 2 (6 rods)
October 12 – 18 (2 rods)
October 18 – 23 (6 rods)
October 23 – 30 (10 rods)
$3,275 per person for a 6 night/5-day fishing package, with a private room and a shared guide.
We still have a few prime weeks available for this fall and we are booking now for 2020 dates.
Contact Yellow Dog’s Mexico Program Director Shaun Lawson to book your trip.
Baja Mexico’s East Cape is one of the most productive blue water fly fishing locations in the world. Gentle seas, fair weather, and a precipitous nearby drop-off of the ocean floor make this the perfect setting for fly fishing. Add the incredible number of migrating pelagic and resident species and you have a recipe for some great fly fishing.
Fishing can be good year-round, but conditions are best for fly-fishing in May, June, July, and again in October. Once fair weather settles into the area come May, an abundance of bait attracts migrating species like roosterfish, jacks, dorado, billfish, tuna, and wahoo are abundant.