Fly Fishing Southern Baja

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Press: David Communications; 1st edition (January 1, 1999)
Author Name:Graham, Gary; Chadwell, Pete;


The Southern Baja peninsula is now a premier saltwater fly fishing destination. 
Here's the latest and best ""how to"" info from Baja On The Fly authority Gary Graham.
Gary tells you what you need to know: what to pack, flies to use and how to find fish.
With this guide you can plan a Baja trip, fly down, rent a car and find exciting fly fishing, either on your own or with a guide.

About the Author

Gary Graham is a staff mechanical engineer and CAD administrator with ENCAD, Inc., a manufacturer of wide-format digital inkjet printers. 
He has 21 years of engineering experience including the use of Pro/ENGINEER since Release 12.
Gary has also provided formal classroom instruction to advanced and novice users of PTC software.


Travel,Mexico,General,Sports & Outdoors,Hunting & Fishing,Fishing,United States,West,Pacific

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Comment List (Total:4)

  •     A Great Addition to your Baja Library. For the fly fishing angler, Baja Sur has always been a big mystery--too remote, too exotic, too many kinds of fish to try for, and not enough real information to tell you EXACTLY where to go and how to fish. Now, multiple IGFA recordholder--Gary Graham-- has solved that mystery with his expertly-written book. Gary Graham has been fishing Baja Sur for over 20 years. He's the owner of the Orvis Endorsed "Baja-On-The-Fly" a Fly Fishing Expedition Company operating in Baja. His new book tells you the best spots to cast a fly from Pacific mangroves of Baja's fabulous Mag Bay, all around the 'Los Cabos' southern tip, and on up into the Sea of Cortez as far as Santa Rosalia--the very richest saltwater fly fishing grounds in the entire world. Graham's NO NONSENSE GUIDE TO FLY FISHING SOUTHERN BAJA will show you exactly how to catch everything from roosterfish, ladyfish and jacks to offshore dorado, tuna and billfish--and dozens of species in between. Large scale maps put you directly on the best fishing beaches and specific recommendations on flies, rods, expected species and proven local techniques let you approach Baja's rich waters with confidence and finesse. NO NONSENSE GUIDE TO FLY FISHING SOUTHERN BAJA is about how and where to catch fish--plain and simple--and from a leading expert in the field. This book gives you good, solid information that works.
  •     I was hoping for a little more detail about the fishing techniques.
  •     Great, just beware it's getting old and outdated on the spots. Some have been overfished and there's a lot more development and roads than this book leads you to believe. Which is somewhat a plus because it's easier to access the spots.
  •     It tends to ignore important information (whats the best way to get a Mexican fishing license?)while going over info that should be a no brainer to the most novice of angler, (Sharpen your hooks? Tip your skipper?)Spanish fishing dictionary in the back is a nice touch. Location information is bare bones but adaquate. Maps are spare and the rest of the illustrations leave a lot to be desired. Particularly those of the fly patterns. All in all, it looks like something thrown together for a quick buck.

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