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WHEN TRAVELING TO FISH in unfamiliar waters, bringing your own tackle provides assurance that you’ll be ready for whatever angling situation you might encounter. This holds true no matter where you go, and a little research into the area in question helps you better prepare. For instance, on a recent trip to the new Costa Palmas resort development on the East Cape of California Baja Sur in Mexico, we looked into what we might expect to encounter when fishing the Sea of Cortés to determine what tackle would be most appropriate. Download "Tips for Fishing the Sea of Cortés" to find out what we discovered.

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