Posted on June 15 2007
“They don’t leap, but they charge like runaway freight trains. And their domain is so close that you often see and even hear them herding and devouring sardines and mullet. Jonathan Roldan, owner of Tailhunters International charter service, has witnessed roosterfish rise to baits ‘with backs big enough to saddle.'” Pete Thomas writes in the Los Angeles Times about the lure of roosterfish, which travel the shallow surf along the Baja California coast.
If you haven’t seen the film “Running Down the Man,” which features a couple of manic fly fishers sightfishing for roosterfish, you can see it on the Patagonia Web site.