Not much to report from an uneventful day of leisurely travel spinning up a few wind-on's, indulging in libations, and swapping plenty of fishing tales that grew in proportion to consumption as the sun dipped below a flat calm ocean. All in good fun of course and a good time was certainly had as calm weather and high spirits combined for an enjoyable day of cruising down Baja's rugged coast. As far as the overall set up is concerned we are in perfect position with an ideal load of bait, fine fishing prospects, and plenty of time to complete the job providing the fish cooperate. One thing certain is that the luck is due to come around in our direction again as the wave we were riding high on definitely rolled past us during the past couple of voyages. It comes with the territory of course. But even knowing this inevitable cycle; the perpetual ebb and flow, peaks and valleys, or whatever analogy one wishes to use, it never lessens the blow of coming in second, third, or worse. As my Dad use to always tell me, " The one who comes in second is the first loser". It's a tough haul to feed such lofty expectations, but we wouldn't have it any other way. So, onward and upward as we continue the trek south seeking good fishing and good times on the road ahead.