Pat McDonell with the Western Outdoor News made a trip with friends down to Gonzaga and struck gold, scoring big groupers and yellowtail
Bahia San Luis Gonzaga is only a couple of hours drive south of San Felipe yet gives you the feel that you are a million miles away from anything else. The bay’s often photographed iconic sand spit that connects Gonzaga’s shoreline to an island at low tide is something that really can only be truly appreciated in person.
Against the Gonzaga backdrop and with the invitation of his old friend Captain Juan Cook from San Quintin Bay Sportfishing, Western Outdoor News writer Pat McDonell along with Chris Wheaton and Gary Puls boarded Captain Juan’s storied Slaptail charter boat where the three anglers landed three gulf grouper (up to 80 pounds) and two nice yellowtails on Pacific Lures.
Back onshore, Pat reports that evening they were able to get their fish cooked at Alfonsina’s where they were staying in some very nice beachfront accommodations.
Old time Mexico at its best…
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