Magdalena Bay is 31 miles long, along the western coast of Mexican state of Baja California Sur. The bay is protected from the Pacific Ocean by the unpopulated sandy barrier islands of Isla Magdelena and Isla Santa Margarita.
The bay is particularly noted for the seasonal migration of the California gray whales that come during the winter to calve. The bay is also a popular sport fishing location that is filled with mangroves that are a sanctuary for hundreds of species of spawning fish.
At the northern section of the bay is the small town of Lopez Mateos. We operate out of a lodge called the Whale Nest a short distance from Lopez Mateos. Fishing at Magdalena Bay is recommended for the serious fisherman and women due to the remoteness of the area, as there is limited night life.
We fish the mangroves and the open blue waters of the Pacific Ocean using Sea Pangas. In the mangroves there is an abundance of White Seabass, Grouper, Snook many other fish. Offshore fishing includes Stripped Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Dorado, Grouper, Roosterfish and many more.