We had a fishing day with Lee and his captain Emanuel, of Todos Santos Fishing Charters. I really recommend this 3-hour (or 6-hour) fishing experience on Lee's traditional Mexican Panga. This rock formation is something we passed by on the tour. Lee told us its interesting name, which he said he's just telling us because "that's what it's called", but he seemed really tickled and said it over and over again. By the way, it's called the "bare xxxxx"...
The fishermen at Punta Lobos don't have docks, and they go out the traditional way with a boat pulling another boat out to the sea. On his boat you fish, you learn about the history of the area, the lives of the fishermen, and about Lee, who is a world traveler that settled in Todos Santos with his wife Brenda.
He said the water temperatures were not quite perfect yet in the season, and that we may not catch anything, but we managed to catch 3 yellowtail tuna and 2 barracudas! This was pretty exciting for our inexperienced family.
After the tour he was kind enough to take us to his beautiful home on the other side of Todos Santos (also a B&B called Iguana de Los Mangos), and cleaned our fish and we ate our fresh hamachi sashimi. We took the rest back to our hotel, and the chef at the grill made ceviche for us.