Furthest I've paddled is JJs to white house on Pinto Point but that wasn't direct route that day. Had the GPS tracker on and if I recall correctly I think I paddled about 6 miles that day. If you pick a no wind and slack tide day it's easily doable to get to the backside of Competition. Just depends on how hard you want to grind coming in. If you have some GUNS and you're fit go for it. You'll be worn out at the end of the day but why not if you can. Good fishing from Pinto over past Competition heading towards WreckedThanks Mexico Joe good information. I will definitely keep this all in mind. I plan on doing the CBSC derby again, last few years i onky did the surf category. The whole time i was thinking to myself "man if i could just cast out there a few more hundred yards" haha, ill be sure to get a few lanyards. Thanks! Have you ever made the journey from Tucson to the other side of competition hill on your Yak?
Hey, I fish off an inflatable pontoon but would like to join in. We generally spend the winter in RP Playa De Oro #50 I have fished off Pongas in Lobos and love it. I have also wondered about the closer fishing villages gut have not been to any of them. I have A Dodge diesel 4x4 crew cab with a fishing trailer so we could re-rig it to take several boats.AZ Dave, I've been looking for kayak fishing acquaintances on this forum for more than a few years now... if you EVER want to fish Lobos and you give me decent notice I'm IN. Been there twice, fished once but haven't been back in about 4 years now this February. Just don't feel comfortable going all that way by myself. Would love to get back.