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It comes as no surprise for listeners of the Phil Friedman Outdoors Radio Show that yellowtail have moved up the Baja Coast and are biting at the Coronado Islands. For a few months now, our Baja sources have been raving about some of the best wintertime yellowtail fishing they have seen in several years.
On Tuesday, the ¾ day San Diego out of Seaforth had 33-yellowtail in the 18-30 pound class while the Malahini out of H & M Landing boated 13 of the hard fighting jacks. San Diego skipper Ryan Bostinan said the Long Range skippers have been reporting copious amounts of yellowtail up and down the Baja Coast for some time now.
Most of the fish were taken on the yo-yo iron but there were times when “the fork” busted up the surface too. Bill Wilkerson from the Malahini said that anglers want to fish with at least 40-pound test; Bostian agreed.
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