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Islas Encantadas Baja 40kilo Grouper!

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Nov 26, 2003
Another great expedition to the real far out places in baja. This big grouper was taken in only 20 ft of water while swimming with two others the same size! We found a place with alot of these fish. We found that it is better to try and horse them up or they get down deep in to the caves and you loose all of your gear....

Man I cant wait to go back down!



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Very nice fish! Congratulation! What about the other grouppers?


I tied into a nice one about 30 lbs. To be honest we only had a one cooler for fish and we ran out of room! We got into some nice snapper, cabrilla, and yellowtail as well.

I personaly saw about 15 fish(big grouper) total during a 3 hr dive. The vis was 15-20ft and sometimes they would be right next to you and you would think it was a rock a first!

I love the taste of grouper!


Island Yellowtail


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