Cedros & San Benitos Islands
Here is a chance to quickly get to fishing in waters that have been accessible only by taking trips that include days of boat riding coupled with a few days of fishing. Skip the boat ride and the lost days. On this adventure you are fishing in Mexico on the same day you leave the US.
Cedros Island, located in the Pacific Ocean 310 miles below the Mexico/US border, is 24 miles long. The San Benitos Islands are a group of three islands about 16 miles west of Cedros. These islands are situated in an unspoiled wilderness where giant yellowtail, white sea bass, black sea bass, grouper, blue fin tuna, and jumbo calico bass swim in abundance.
The town of Cedros has 2,732 inhabitants and features hotel and restaurant, accomodations, a panga fleet, an airline, and other services.
How It Works
Anglers are met in San Ysidro (south of San Diego) by a guide. The cars are parked in a long-term lot with 24-hour security and the group is transported to Ensenada where they board the plane and fly to Cedros.
Fishing starts that afternoon, each day during the trip. For example, on a 4 day / 3 night trip, you will fish for 2 1/2 days.