Thursday, July 31, 2014
Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Wow This May and June has been roller coaster of roosterfish fishing season. One day you have the 70 lb roosterfish of a lifetime, the next you cant buy a fish, the next you have incredible fishing and then cold green water moves in and slows the fishing, then the fish show up in the ugly green water and its on again.. Giant roosterfish are not easy to catch, but when conditions are right, its incredible.. So we had some super catches this year, just pigs sized roosterfish, and then we had some very slow days.. Overall, I would say it was a great May and June...
Offshore marlin and dorado fishing was similar to the inshore fishing, but a little more dependable.
We are now in the transition period, when we start to get our warmer water move in, and with the warmer water comes blue marlin, sailfish, striped marlin, and yellowfin tuna. as we move into August expect the roosterfishing to slow down quite a bit, but if you do catch a rooster, they are usually huge fish.
Sunday, July 06, 2014
Sammy caught these two beauties, on the fly and no tease near the end of his trip, he ended up hooking a 60 lb fish, but the fish broke off shortly into the fight
This is Sammy's 5th or 6th year with me and he is an amazing rooster fisherman as well as a all around great guy Way to Sammy!
Saturday, July 05, 2014
Friday, July 04, 2014
The website is down right now. It must be the storm as my server and provider are in North Carolina.. The firstname.lastname@example.org isnt working right now. Please use the email@example.com email address. The phones are working and we are fishing everyday.. Please call 011-52-624-143-4995 10-5 pm Monday-Saturday, or call 619 955 7026 and leave a message and I will get back to you in the afternoons. Grant