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Photo of yellowtail caught at Ensenada, Mexico. Photo of bottom fish caught at Ensenada, Mexico.

ENSENADA YELLOWTAIL AND BOTTOM FISH--Steve and Gail Ross on their boat Bad Dog fished Ensenada's Bahia de Todos Santos with marinero Alejandro (right) and scored on four nice yellowtail of 18.5 to 24.5 pounds. At right, crew member Juan Lu displays two large boccacio caught on the Bad Dog while fishing the rocks on Ensenada's Banda Bank.  Bad Dog fishes out of Marina Coral located at the north end of town. Photos courtesy Steve Ross.

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Considering the fact that the large and bustling port city of Ensenada has been Mexico’s main Pacific coast commercial fishing center for the past 70 years, it’s surprising how much good sport fishing is still available in the area.

Admittedly, the glory Ensenada fishing days of the 1950s--when the town billed itself as the “Yellowtail Capital of the World--are long gone, but nevertheless, the outer waters surrounding the city’s picturesque Bahía de Todos Santos still provide excellent year-round bottom fishing for lingcod and all kinds of rockfish, very good kelp bed fishing for barracuda, bonito, calico bass, and summer yellowtail, and close access to the offshore tuna runs that can occur during an eight-month-long window of opportunity centered on the month of August.

In the 1950s, there were a number of prosperous sportfishing fleets of party boats operating at Ensenada that used to tie up at an old complex of docks built around what is now the city’s downtown fish market.

In those days there were so many tourists and anglers on the long wooden main pier, young Mexican boys could make a few dollars by diving for coins tossed into the crystal clear waters of the inner bay.

But Ensenada’s exploding population--from its beginnings as a mining port town of about 2,000 souls in the 1870s, to its Prohibition Era heyday as a convenient drinking and gambling center in the early 1930s, to its rapid modern development into a major city with over 250,000 people--caused the inevitable pollution of its nearby waters, and the local sportfishing industry declined to just a few surviving boats today.

The coup de grace for the area’s legendary yellowtail runs actually happened at the north end of town, in the neighborhood known as El Sauzal, where the complex of canneries established in the 1930s by Mexican President Abelardo Rodriguez began reducing sardines and anchovies for fish meal.

With their local food supply greatly reduced, the yellowtail population of Bahía de Todos Santos dropped to a very low level and only sporadic local catches could be made.

Today, Ensenada continues to have a large commercial fishing industry, but it consists mainly of processing plants and net and longline boats that catch their fish farther down the Mexican coast.

And, there is still a sportfishing industry here too, albeit much smaller than in the 1950s, that services the several types of good fishing to be found in and around the waters of Bahía de Todos Santos.

The fishing area closest to town is right at the tip of Punta Banda which forms the southern boundary of the bay, and which enjoys an unusual cool water fishery that is very reliable and productive.

Located about 70 miles south of the U.S. border, Punta Banda sits at the north end of Baja’s Pacific “cool water zone” where deep upwellings of very cool water mingle with the warmer water coming down the coast. These upwellings are particularly strong on the south sides of islands and points, and the upwelling at the tip of Ensenada’s Punta Banda, on the south shoulder of the bay, is one of the strongest of all.

At Punta Banda, it is not uncommon to find a full ten-degree water temperature drop between the water around the rocks at the tip of the point, and the water only a few hundred yards south. The temperature differential is often so strong that there is a semi-stationary fog patch marking its location. Reinforced by the Punta Salsipuedes upwelling a few miles north of town, the cold water surrounding Punta Banda can measure in the low-50s, even during the summer months, and readings of temperatures of about 48 degrees are sometimes reported during the winter.

Aerial photo of Ensenada, Mexico.

Modern Ensenada’s still thriving sportfishing industry is centered on the pedestrian malecon near the old downtown fish market.

These cold-water upwellings aren’t just cold, but also rich in nutrients and dissolved oxygen, an atmospheric gas that is more soluble in water at lower temperatures. Thus begins the familiar plankton-fish cycle that creates a rich fishery for lingcod, calico bass, barracuda, all kinds of bottom fish, bonito, and of course, the periodic runs of yellowtail that still occur during the warmer months.

The excellent bottom fishing found around the tip of Punta Banda and points south is similar to what is found north of Santa Barbara, and it is somewhat protected from commercial netters because of an abundance of rocky structure, although it is still fished with multi-hook “palangres,” strung out along the bottom. Still, the water is so intrinsically productive, good fishing is available virtually any day of the year.

The productive action around the rocks of Punta Banda gives you a genuine taste of the “old Baja” way of fishing, and the catch is usually limits of all the typical bottom species, plus occasional halibut and white seabass in the spring, and yellowtail in summer.

Photo of Ensenada, Mexico, ca. 1950.

Ensenada, Mexico, about 1950, when the city proudly billed itself as the “Yellowtail Capital of the World.”

To test the waters outside the bay, there are about two-dozen larger charter fishing boats available at the downtown marina and at Marina Coral at the north end of town. These boats range from three-passenger cruisers, to six-packs, to open party boats capable of overnight trips that go as far north as the Coronado Islands, south to Santo Tomas and Punta China, and far offshore in pursuit of tuna during the summer months. They also fish local spots around the Islas de Todos Santos, about seven miles from the beach, and at various bajos or shallow rocky areas around Punta Banda, Punta San Miguel at the north side of the bay, Punta Morro, and a whole series of very rich bottom fishing spots running south to Maximino Reef, Puerto Santo Tomas, and Punta China.

In addition to these local kelp bed and bottom fishing spots, Ensenada offers a close early-season shot at the annual tuna runs, as the fish approach from the south. These summer offshore migrators sometimes pinch in close to Punta Banda, and then the action can be as it was during the early fall of 2001 when some boats scored on albacore, yellowfin tuna, bluefin tuna, dorado, and yellowtail, all on the same day, and as close as two miles off the point.

These businesses operate out of Ensenada’s Marina Coral at the north end of town, or they may be found on the new pedestrian malecon that has been built on the waterfront just south of the main fish market. To find them, make a hard right turn at the first traffic light after passing the ship repair yards, into an alley that looks too crowded for comfort, and find a parking spot. Walk past the taco stands and through the fish market to the water, and turn south.

Photo Mike Richardson's bait barge, Ensenada, Mexico. Photo, Ensenada, Mexico, downtown fish market.

Mike Richardson and his friendly dogs run the Ensenada bait barge. At right, the downtown fish market. Walk straight through to the sportfishing boats on the malecon.

Schedules vary according to boat status and the seasons, and it is always best to call ahead to determine if the type of boat and trip desired is available.

For private boats driven or trailered to Ensenada, the most practical berthing and launching spot is Marina Coral. This place has on-the-water fuel, a good launch ramp, secure parking, and the complete facilities of the adjacent hotel.

There are actually a number of other paved launch ramps in the area, but each has problems that make Marina Coral the most practical choice.

At the downtown marina ramp, located south of the giant, ten-story high flag pole at the extreme south end of the malecon, the atmosphere is so crowded, it will probably always feel something like launching at Cabo San Lucas, a pain the transom.

Going around the southern part of the bay, there is a nice ramp at the Estero Beach Resort, but it has severe tide and surf problems, and there are several other ramps at La Jolla, but they all are deteriorated and face the open Pacific.

Today’s Ensenada offers year-round, very good to excellent bottom fishing, and seasonal offshore fishing in an extremely comfortable and enjoyably modern Mexican city with many attractions, excellent restaurants, and lodging facilities available in all price ranges. It’s a great spot for a quick weekend getaway, with interesting things to do for the whole family.

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Related Ensenada Articles & Information:
Beto's Punta Banda Yellowtail Jig at Ensenada.
Ensenada's Master Jig Maker.
Fishing with Fred at Ensenada's Punta Banda.
Fred Hoctor Memorial: On a Little Bluff at Punta Banda.
Gassy Moment in Ensenada.
Great Ensenada Fishing Day with Vonny's Fleet's Capt. Beto, Sept. 6, 2004.
Historic Totoaba Meeting in Ensenada.
How to Catch Ensenada's Giant Humboldt Squid, by Steve Ross.
How to Catch Ensenada Rockcod, by Steve Ross.
January Yellowtail at Ensenada: Must be the El Niño?
Robert's Totoaba Mount.
Three Different Ensenada Fishing Perspectives.
Totoaba Blessed Event.
Vonny’s Fleet: Easy Baja Panga Fishing at Ensenada.

Fishing Maps for the Ensenada Area:
Baja Pacific Cool Water Zone Fishing Map.
Ensenada Area Fishing Map (Including Surrounding Areas).
Ensenada Fishing Map (Bahia de Todos Santos).
La Jolla Kelp Beds Fishing Map.
Point Loma Kelp Beds Fishing Map.

Archived Ensenada Sportfishing Reports:
March 13, 2007, Big Humboldt giant squid bite at Ensenada.
Feb. 17, 2007, Good bottom fishing for the boat Bad Dog.
Feb. 10, 2007, Quality yellowtail for Punta Banda sportfishing pangas.
Feb. 7, 2007, Excellent mixed species Baja bottom fishing at the Banda Bank.
Jan. 28, 2007, Mexican bottom sportfishing limits caught by Vonny's Fleet pangas.
Jan. 21, 2007, Good Baja winter fishing for Punta Banda pangas.
Nov. 18, 2006, Matador charter boat sportfishing at the Soledad Reef, Ensenada, Mexico.
Oct. 21, 2006, Vonny's Fleet sportfishing catches include a 90-pound bull shark.
Sept. 28, 2006, Getting A Rare Photo Of A Juvenile Ocean Sunfish Release, Steve Ross.
Sept. 24, 2006, Wrong-Way Fishing Trip In The 2006 Puerto Salina Tournament, Steve Ross.
Sept. 23-24, 2006, Yellowtail Fishing Offshore of Ensenada And Calico Bass At Punta Santo Tomas, Louie Prieto.
Sept. 22, 2009, Slow Party Boat Fishing Day At Islas Todos Santos, Alejandro Rosas.
Sept. 17, 2006, Kelp Paddy Yellowtail For The Matador, Ensenada, Mexico, Emerald Argonza.
Sept. 1-2, 2006, Steve Ross, Kelp Paddy Vacancies Off Ensenada, Mexico.
Aug. 28, 2006, Marina Puerto Salina Fishing Tournament.
Aug. 26, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.
Aug. 12, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Panga fishing at Ensenada's Punta Banda.
Aug. 8, 2006, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Finally caught a bluefin tuna while fishing at Ensenada.
July 30, 2006, Joe Cameron, Good fishing run from Ensenada to the Coronado Islands.
July 29, 2006, Joe Ludka, Two days of fishing on the Ensenada charter boats Top Dog and El Cazador.
July, 27, 2006, Mike Richardson, Live Bait Ensenada, Business operation will continue to supply sportfishing boats.
July 25, 2006, Louie Prieto, "It's 4 Reels" fishing report offshore of Ensenada.
July 16, 2006, Rowena Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Four good trips for yellowtail, tuna, dorado, and bottom fish.
July 9, 2006, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Offshore and Inshore report.
July 2-3, 2006, It's 4 Reels! fishing trip out of Marina Coral, Ensenada, Mexico.
June 26, 2006, Charter boat Matador fishing again at Ensenada.
June 25, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, pangas catching bottom fish limits at Punta Banda.
June 17, 2006, Steve Ross, Wide Open, albacore, bluefin tuna, and yellowtail at the Ensenada 238 spot.
June 10, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Good yellowtail fishing at Punta Banda, Mexico.
June 3, 2006, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, first albacore, mola mola, and yellowtail fishing off Ensenada.
June 3, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Panga Fishing Report for Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico.
Jan. 29, 2006, Judy Ostberg, Melody, Marina Coral, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Jan. 22-28, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 25, 2006, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 24, 2006, Celia Diaz, Binational Emergency Medical Care Committee, Rosarito, Mexico Conference.
Jan. 22, 2006, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Jan. 15-21, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 20, 2006, Joe Ludka, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Trip Report.
Jan. 15, 2006, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 11, 2006, Memo Chavez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Jan. 7, 2006, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 6-7, 2006, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 1-7, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 6, 2006, Donald Rubi, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Trip Report.
Jan. 3, 2006, Judy Ostberg, Melody, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Jan. 2, 2006, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico 2005 Sportfishing Report.
Dec. 30, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Dec. 17, 2005, Lee Wood, Oceanside Senior Anglers, Baja Pacific North, Mexico Fishing Report.
Dec. 17, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Dec. 11-17, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Dec. 16, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Dec. 10, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Marina Coral, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Dec. 4-10, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Nov. 27, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Nov. 26, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Marina Coral, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Nov. 20-26, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Nov. 13-19, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Nov. 14, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Marina Coral, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Nov. 12, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Nov. 6-12, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Sportfishing Report.
Nov. 9, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico, Sportfishing Opinion.
Oct. 30-Nov. 5, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 23-29, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 24, 2005, Chris Schatz, Punta Banda, Ensenada, Mexico Panga Fishing Report.
Oct. 16-22, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 22, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 15, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Oct. 9-15, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 10, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 9, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 8, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Marlin Fishing Trip Report.
Oct. 8, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 2-8, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 2, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 1, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Oct. 1, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 27, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Puerto la Salina, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Tournament Report.
Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 25, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 25, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 25, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 18-24, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 19, 2005, Steve Ross, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Tournament Report.
Sept. 18, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 18, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 18, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 17, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 11-17, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 16, 2005, Lee Wood, Oceanside Senior Anglers, Pacific Voyager, Northern Baja Offshore Fishing.
Sept. 16, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 11, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 10, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 4-10, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 9, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 9, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 9, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 7, 2005, Dario Rodriguez, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Sept. 4, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 3, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 3, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 3, 2005, Donald Rubi, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Aug. 29-Sept. 3, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 1, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Sept. 1, 2005, Mark Perez, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Aug. 28, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 27, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Aug. 27, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 25, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 22, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Aug. 21, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 21, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 19, 2005, Harry Thompson, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
Aug. 14, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 13, 2004, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 7-13, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 12, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 6, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 6, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 5, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
Aug. 4, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 31, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 29, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 29, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 24, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 22, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 20, 2005, Donald Rubi, Gordo II, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.
July 19, 2005, Ivan Villarino, Vonny's Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 17, 2005, Emerald Argonza, Matador Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 16, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 16, 2005, Memo Gomez, El Dorado Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 16, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 16, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 8-9, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 9, 2005, Gerardo Sanchez, KCHTS Sportfishing, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 9, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 3, 2005, Steve Ross, Bad Dog, Marina Coral, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 2, 2004, Harry Thompson, Ensenada, Mexico Offshore Albacore Fishing Report.
July 2, 2005, Sammy Susarrey, Lily Fleet, Tamara, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Report.
July 1, 2005, Joe Ludka, Ensenada, Mexico Fishing Trip Report.

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