Sunday, May 05, 2013

Fishing update


The inshore fishing has been very good.  We are catching big roosterfish, both on the fly and light tackle.  To catch the big roosterfish, its a way away though and only on full day trips...We are catching roosters closer on 5 hr trips, just not as big..  The sierra mackerel and jack cravelle fishing has been very good for both the fly and light tackle.. Some really big jacks have been aggressive and the are true powerhouses to catch...The sierra mackerel are a mixed bunch size wise and we are catching 5 to 10 lb fish... Sierras are super strong and fast fish that taste great.  i think they are the most undervalued fish in Baja.  Great fun on light spin and fly with lots of lighting quick action.

The striped marlin fishing is so-so close to Cabo and if you are willing to drive 50 miles away, you can get into some good action on most days..  On full day trips, we fish 30 to 35 miles radius from Cabo...Our fishing grounds include Gordo banks to Golden Gate banks on the Pacific, but when we go to say Finger Banks or Los Frailes, we have to charge a bit extra for gas..

Not many dorado around, but a few strays here and there.  Tuna is kind of slow... Offshore fishing for tuna and dorado will start to pick up in June and go full swing come July when the warmer water moves our way.

Tight Lines,

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