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Baja Big Game Rooster and Dorado Panga Fly Fishing at Cerralvo Island/Punta Arenas

2024 Baja Mexico Fly Fishing Trips Calendar

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APRIL 2024

April 20-27 Full

April 27-May 4 Emerson Cannon Group Full

MAY 2024

May 4-11 Full

May 11-18 Full

May 18-25  Full

May 25-June 1   Full

 JUNE 2024

June 1-8 Full

June 8-15 CJ Box Full

June 15-22 Full

JULY 2024

July 6-13 Women’s trip  (7 nights, 5 days fishing $3700.00) Three Spots 

July 13-20 Full


August 10-17 Fish First! Full

August 17-24 Matt Ramsey Private

August 24-31 Full

August 31- September 7Kay Flyfishing Lodge” Private


Sept 7-14 Full

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Baja Mexico Hosted Rooster Fishing Trips

Every spring, summer and fall a few of us spend a week panga fishing at the best area in Baja for fly anglers, Cerralvo Island/Punta Arena area.
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Gary Bulla Baja Mexico Rooster Fish and Dorado Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing Baja Mexico Waters Since 1993

Why do my clients return to La Ventana and fish with me year after year? Some have been angling these waters with me annually since 1993. I don’t offer a high end luxury resort or the bustle of tourist attractions. I offer an adventure. Our anglers stay in a small beachfront hotel with private rooms with AC and full baths and the sound of the Sea of Cortez lapping on a secluded beach. They fish with a small group of 9-11 fellow anglers, as individuals, buddies or groups and a family of Baja’s finest fly fishing captains. Our lodge is informal to make you feel at home. It is on the beach, and very clean and comfortable with maid and laundry service. There is no bar bill at the end of the week. Beer and soft drinks are included. There are no restaurant tabs. We have incredible cooks that are constantly being queried for their recipes. We make each other drinks from our own stash of wine and spirits. I often have a local archaeologist speak to us and answer questions about Baja prehistory and Mexican history. We are always looking for ways to make your stay more immersive in the local culture, history and natural surroundings. The friendships formed are enduring, first being welcomed into their lives and in time becoming an integral part of our angling family.


I first met the Lucero family in 1989 and have fished with them every year since. In that time they have become excellent fly fishers and guides. They are finely tuned to the sea and the wind and innately understand the waters and the fish that have been their life and livelihood for many generations. Once you set foot on their panga, their intention is to lead you to the most promising spot and connect you with the fish. But they don’t just give you ”shots”. They understand and love the art of fly fishing. They are skilled at casting, stripping, fly choice and knots and will guide you as any really good guide would do anywhere else. This may be your first time wrestling roosters, dorado, skipjack tuna and other strong fish and we do our best to help you towards a successful trip. Unlike other outfitters, we try to pressure our fishery as little as possible. That includes not over harvesting the bait schools and taking only a few gamefish for food. The captains understand that this fishery will be left to their kids. Our goal is to make this a really fun trip, with only the best folks in full support of that week-long journey into discovering the richness of the Sea of Cortez, the beauty and tastes of Baja Sur and it’s wonderful people.

Our season in 2021 went extremely well, with a great bait supply and lots of big rooster fish all season long! We encountered dorado every week, but they were more sparse than other years.Thankfully, they were large for the most part. We also landed many marlin on the fly, mostly in July, which was a dream fulfillment for the lucky anglers. We even had a few doubles.

Find me on Instagram #bajabulla and on Facebook at Gary Bulla’s Flyfishing Adventures group. Please join up for current reports!

Baja Fly Fishing Rooster Fish

Kate got a casting lesson from me and amazed me by learning to double haul in ten minutes. The next day she decided to keep the fly rod in her hand all day and does this! ...

Just before the release. #roosterfish, #baja, #flyfishingphotography, #catchandrelease, #itsallhomewater, @patagonia_flyfish

A great first day for week 10! Jeanne Dolan returned this year to get another grande gallo. We also got into seven nice dorado and some relentless jack Crevillente! ...

Kirk Deeter saved the day with a 70 pound rooster. Every week I fish the first day with the new guy, and it has really worked out so far this season! #roosterfish, #baja, #flyfishingphotography, #catchandrelease, #itsallhomewater, @patagonia_flyfish

The wonder world of giant gallo. What a day! 5 to hand. Two fly lines lost. Two others rocked our leaders. That’s rooster fishing in the big league. ...

Bill scores a big rooster everyday so far- no matter what location he is at! ...

The beauty of dorado is unsurpassed! Photo #steventupu ...

We are doing pretty well! ...

Not only seven big roosters, but we have landed three rainbow runners in first three days of this week. ...

Pat Shanley and Captain Fidel release their 40 pound gallon without taking it out of the water. Good job amigos! ...

Cutter has his hands full on a big rooster! He scored two grandes- great way to end this week! ...

A steelhead today on our nearby Santa Paula creek right at the confluence of Sisar Creek trying its best to get to spawning grounds. A Cal Trans biologist told me a year ago that they were going to fix it. After watching them work for a month adding boulders and concrete to the bank, they left and didn’t fix it. ...

Northerlies came in this week and churned the waters up in the afternoons for a few days, but Joanne and Efren and found a hungry grande gallo! #roosterfish, #baja, #flyfishingphotography, #catchandrelease, #itsallhomewater, @patagoniaflyfishing ...

A rooster fish release. I love the way the sea changes the perspective. Looking up from the water can be so different than squinting down into it. ...

Got a nice one with Efren before a torito chased us closer to the launch, weather happens. ...

The flyfishing this season has been as good as gets. We had a double hook up on giant roosters that required one if the anglers to jump in another boat to fight his. A story that won’t be forgotten! #roosterfish, #baja, #flyfishingphotography, #catchandrelease, #itsallhomewater, @patagonia_flyfish ...