here is fine fishing elsewhere. The warm months bring dolphinfish, the perfect game fish, to the Loreto area, and they are readily accessible. The California yellowtail is one of the most abundant and popular gamefish in Baja's Pacific and Cortez waters. As the northern Cortez cools down in winter, yellows head south, leaving Bahía Gonzaga and showing up at Santa Rosalía, then Mulegé and so on, and in summer the migration is reversed. Those who arrive on the scene of this migrating horde, by luck or design, will be treated to some fantastic fishing. There are many other locations that seasonally offer fine fishing for those with access to boats: the San Quintín area, Bahía de los Angeles, the seamounts that dot the Pacific coast, the Bahía Magdalena area, and others. For those who prefer beach-casting, the great sweep of Pacific beaches between El Rosario and Guerrero Negro, and between Bahía Tortugas and Bahía Magdalena, especially the outer beaches of the islands forming the latter bay, can be outstanding, and there are places where dolphinfish, marlin, and yellowfin tuna have been caught from shore.