Lots of people wonder if you need a Mexican fishing license and the answer is, yes you do. Mexico can have strict laws about gear used and types of fish you can catch, so reading through the above link will help you get a better grasp of what to expect when fishing in Mexico.
After we got back to the docks (around 4pm) we hopped in the car and drove straight to another taco shop. This one, located in Ensenada, is called El Trailero. It is equally amazing as the one mentioned above in Rosarito.
We grubbed a few tacos then hit the road to try and beat out most of the traffic. Thankfully, we have our SENTRI passes so we were able to bypass what looked like a 3+ hour wait. After becoming a trusted traveler through the SENTRI program, I don't think I could ever not have it - it costs less than $150 and lasts for five years. Being in the trusted traveler program not only expedites your travels from Mexico into the US, but you also get TSA Precheck, which is huge! Yep, no more waiting in those long lines the at the airport and having to take your shoes off.
All in all it was a fantastic two day trip that I thoroughly look forward to doing again and again. With all that beauty so close, why not?!