If you want to see another side of Baja, come in the fall. The fall season in Baja is marked by the change from a dry, brown desert to a butterfly-filled, lush, green landscape. At sea, the seasonal storms have subsided and a variety of species have moved into the area. September and October are great months to fish Baja. On the Sea of Cortez side, roosterfish, dorado, jacks, billfish and tuna can all be expected. The dorado and marlin are generally larger and more abundant in fall months. On the Pacific side, bait balls begin to form from Magdalena Bay to Cabo San Lucas. Marlin, dorado and a variety of pelagic species are attracted by the abundance of bait. The fishing is explosive.
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