Category Archives: Front Page Stories

Hurricane Odile: A storm to be remembered

Hurricane Odile: A storm to be remembered

It has been almost a week since Hurricane Odile marched up the baja peninsula leaving a path of devastation, destruction, and heart ache in its wake. This storm according to Jeff Masters blog at weather underground was quite likely the most powerful hurricane to ever hit the Baja peninsula. San Carlos was relatively untouched by… Continue Reading

Great White Sharks in San Carlos

Great White Sharks in San Carlos

Great White Sharks in San Carlos, Is the two month ban on Shark fishing have anything to do with it? This is the second year that Mexico has banned Shark Fishing throughout the whole country. For most of the country the ban starts May 1st and ends June 30th, in the states of Tabasco, Campeche… Continue Reading

The Road

Ok so here is a poll. There are only a few questions and what everyone needs to know is that the city did not put up matching funds dollar for dollar. The viva San Carlos thread is completely erroneous on this subject and I believe that is were much of the confusion comes from. The… Continue Reading

The Rottweilers of the Ranchitos

The Rottweilers of the Ranchitos

The fear and loathing had been building in the ranchitos since news first got out about two dogs that were attacked and viciously mauled by a pack of three Rottweilers. Two Americans had their dogs mauled in two separate attacks by the same group of Rottweilers. Both attacks occurred on the 25th of August. The… Continue Reading

H.R. 2706 BILLFISH CONSERVATION ACT vs THE LACEY ACT: What these laws could mean for the Sea of Cortes if they were enforced.

H.R. 2706 BILLFISH CONSERVATION ACT vs THE LACEY ACT: What these laws could mean for the Sea of Cortes if they were enforced.

H.R. 2706 BILLFISH CONSERVATION ACT vs THE LACEY ACT: What these laws could mean for the Sea of Cortes if they were enforced. The date was October 5th of 2012 when President Obama singed into law a new piece of legislation that in theory could have a huge impact on sport fisheries through out the… Continue Reading