Cedros Island, roughly midway down the Baja pensinsula on the wild Pacific coast, has gained a reputation among Southern California calico (kelp) bass anglers as something of a holy grail. When a group of adventurous fishermen flew down to join Hobie Kayaks and explore Cedros Island fishing from kayaks, they found plenty of calicos — and some other species they hadn't expected.
Catch the action in these 15 images and then see 15 more in a second gallery.
After you've seen these galleries, check out the images from another Sport Fishing Mexico kayak-fishing adventure, this one to Loreto on the Sea of Cortez, last year.
Kayak Anglers Prepare to Launch
Kayaks Perfect for Slow Trolling Off Cedros' Deepwater Port
New World Record Grouper Caught in a Kayak
Cedros — Broomtail Grouper Central
Tough Customer — Big Broomtail
Breakfast is About to be Served
Transporting Kayaks Across the Island
Kayak-Fishing the Crazyquilt Labyrinth of Cedros' Western Coast