Fly Fishing

Over the years Rancho Leonero has steadily become one of the most popular destinations for fly fishing in Baja. Thanks largely in part to our partnership with premiere fly fishing guide, Jeff DeBrown and his company “The Reel Baja”. Though Jeff is free to work with other hotels in the area, almost 100% of his clients stay with us. Please take some time to get acquainted with Jeff and his services. You can also see his weekly fly fishing report and guest feedback below.

The Reel Baja is a year-round fly fishing guide service located at the southern tip of Baja California. We are located in the area of Baja known as East Cape. East Cape is on the Sea of Cortez side of the peninsula, one hour north of the famed resort town of Cabo San Lucas.

Whether it is your first salt water fly fishing experience, first time in Baja Mexico or with plenty of fly fishing and travel under your belt, we want every detail of your fly fishing trip to be both pleasurable and memorable. Therefore, we offer a host of fly fishing packages and services that can be specifically tailored to any desire.

Let a guide who truly understands the Baja region and waters lead you on your East Cape, Magdalena Bay, or Cabo San Lucas fly fishing adventure. The Reel Baja offers their clients some of the most experienced and talented fly fishing guides who truly have a passion for fly fishing Mexico.
Water Temp. Air Temp By Jeff DeBrown
Inshore 74 Low 65
Offshore High 92 1-888-287-4076

Baja Mexico fly fishing update and report posted on August 19, 2015.

Fishing here in the East Cape has been fair from the beaches. However, there are some great roosters and jacks off the beach, but shots are few and far in between with 2-3 shots per day, plus the water is a bit off color due to afternoon showers making beach fishing tough.

On the outside fishing has been pretty good. We have been finding schools of roosters in the 5-7 pound range on bait which has kept things interesting. Sail fish are scattered around as well and several boats have found some great fish.

Last week we have some tuna show up down south, however it’s a two hour boat ride so we opted to stay local and focus on the inshore. We will have a new report up shortly updating on the conditions and if anyone has questions regarding trips or conditions please feel free to call us.

Tight lines,