Tag Archives: spearfishing

Poor man’s dentex

Most days are slow days during winter in Baja. The fishing is difficult, deep and the water is cold. People showing up during the winter are shocked by how challenging it can be. I’ll shoot fish but I have to work for them. Fortunately, there are some fish that stick around. One of them is… Read More »

Channel catfish spearfishing! oct 2020

Channel catfish is my new favorite freshwater fish! The channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) are found in heavy current and most divers and spearfishermen have rarely even seen this type of catfish. It’s called “barbu” in Québec and here is the government chart for the fish : https://mffp.gouv.qc.ca/faune/peche/poissons/barbue.jsp To be honest, it’s barely “spearfishable”. You may… Read More »

Yellowtails, long fight, double cubera shot, and legions of contaminated foes.

Whenever I don’t have a cold it seems that every sick person feels cheated and will jump at any opportunity to swipe some of their snot on my food or face… This is no paranoia. The legions were out to get me! The lady at the bakery that coughed all over my food and used… Read More »