Kayak Fishing in San Quintin
by Taylor Abeel, Taylor Abeel Photography
Last week I followed a semi-professional kayak fisherman who is also a 2nd grade teacher, Jon Schwartz (www.bluewaterjon.com) on a two day excursion down to San Quintin, in northern Baja to take take some pictures for a few sport fishing magazines that he is working with. It was an interesting experience to say the least… Jon was quite a character but a very friendly, fun travel companion nonetheless. I even got a few nice steaks of white seabass and yellowtail out of the deal which made some great fish tacos the next day for a crowd of 14 friends with leftovers!
Here are a few pics from the trip. If anything comes of it (i.e. publishing in a magazine) I will let you all know!
http://www.taylorabeel.com San Diego area photographer Taylor Abeel’s new travel blog site will come live soon. Abeel specializes in wedding and travel photography. Stay posted and we will update information on his website.
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