Mexico allows a daily bag of 10 fish per person, with no more than five of a single species, except for giant sea bass (which counts as five toward the limit of 10) and any billfish or shark (only one of each is allowed). For bluefin tuna, dorado and Gulf grouper, two of each is allowed per day, but those two count as five toward the 10-fish limit. For more, visit sportfishingin mexico.com/rules. Mexico imposes no size limits, but once you come back across the border by water or land, California bag and size limits apply. So sheephead, often caught while targeting rockfish, must be 12 inches, lingcod must be at least 22 inches, and you’re only allowed two in California. You cannot possess any rockfish protected in California such as cowcod and yelloweye. California DFW requires you to complete a Declaration/ Importation of Fish and Wildlife when bringing fish from a foreign country. To access a form and learn more, visit wildlife.ca.gov/ Enforcement/ Entry-declaration.