Fish Report

Cabo Overall Catch Success Rate, All Species Combined 74% Billfish Catch Success Rate 22%, Tuna 13%, Dorado 18%, Other Species 47% WEATHER CONDITIONS: Mostly calm. WATER TEMP: 69 – 73 degrees.  WAVE HEIGHT: 4-5 ft. WIND: 4 – 7 knots. BEST BAIT and LURES: Live and dead caballito, mackerel, ballyhoo, squid, cuchi, larger bright-colored trolling […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

BY ALEJANDRA BORBOLLA We are just past “Cuaresma” or Lent. For the non-Catholics visiting who need an introduction, Lent lasts for 40 days beginning Ash Wednesday and ending Easter Sunday. If you do a little math in your head right now, you’ll count 46 days. We say Lent is only 40 days because Sundays don’t […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

The Ladies-Only Tournament is Back! And it will be the fourth in the series, held at the Palmas de Cortez hotel in Los Barriles from July 20 to 22. For more information, go to vanwomerresorts.com/tournaments New Restrictions to Vehicle Traffic. The center for renewable energy and environmental quality reported that our state has more vehicles […]

Fish Report

BY GARY GRAHAM / THAT BAJA GUY Cabo San Lucas  A record-setting $1.35 million stood as the total payout of the 2021 WON Cabo Tuna Jackpot that came to a dramatic close on the Marina Cabo San Lucas waterfront on Friday night. The 2021 Cabo Tuna Jackpot champions, Salty K, took home a whopping $806,400 […]

Ask a Mexican

Tequila is a sacred Mexican drink, and it has the appellation of origin even; but many famous and not so famous foreigners have launched their own brands and made millions from them, making their brands even more famous than Mexican brands. What do you think? Tatiana Sanchez, 29, factory worker. I think those business owners have […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

An ode to Spanish heritage, butchered by amusement parks: Churros.  Churros are not Mexican from birth, and not Spanish either. They come from Asia and the Middle East; but most research shows that in the nineteenth century, the Chinese had a long, fried dough called youtaio. This fried street food was made of bread, oil […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

BY DAVID FLORES A Tax That is Not a Tax is Coming Around. Starting sometime in January, foreign tourists visiting Southern Baja will kindly be asked to pitch in 350 pesos (about $18 USD), which the state will use for public safety, education and culture. This new “tax” has been in the planning stages since […]

Fish Report

BY GARY GRAHAM Cabo San Lucas Baja summer fishing is on fire! Huge schools of yellowfin tuna, from football-sized to OMG-nearly-200-pounders, are often pouncing on brightly colored pushers and Rapala-style lures and Hoochies. Add to that plenty of billfish (striped marlin and sailfish), along with a few dorado and a toothy wahoo or two, if […]

Ask a Mexican

Tourist destinations in Mexico are suffering another wave of COVID. Although at first many people were fighting to be open again, now the consequences seem to have taken a dark turn. The vaccination campaign is on its course, but what do you think? Giovanni Sanchez, 23, funeral home assistant.  In my line of work, I […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

BY ALEJANDRA BORBOLLA Pozole is by far the perfect and probably most recognized Mexican dish. At least it is my personal favorite and one of the most “complete” dishes you can eat. It is also cheap to make and can be made in batches to feed an army. It is made from the coast to […]