The fishing has been great recently for Marlin as conditions have been amazing, plus they are everywhere and very close to shore! Over the last couple of days the marlin bite has slowed a little, but it’s still very productive.
The dorado fishing has slowed a little but it should pick up again in a few days. Overall there are not many dorado but enough to keep it interesting. The beach is still a little slow although my client Hena Power from Australia, who is here for ten days fishing with me hooked into an amazing jack yesterday.
Hena has had a few shots at roosters, but they are not in thick yet. The majority of the roosters I have seen are in the deep water so fishing from the boat has been slightly better this past week. Lastly, the sardina have not shown up yet and we will advise if conditions change. Please feel free to call with questions regarding rates and dates.
The weather has been spectacular this week with little wind and heights in the eighties. This coming up weekend is a busy beach day here in the east cape. So the beaches will not be a productive because of the crowds. Overall fishing has been good with a few fish on the beaches, but the best news this week is we had some porpoise show up.
Along with the porpoise we found some tuna up to 30 pounds and had a great time. As of now we are not sure if the tuna are going to stick around, but we will definitely keep everyone updated. On the east cape, the top bite has been marlin and after the busy weekend we will turn our focus to the beaches again.
Last week I had the pleasure of guiding my clients on their yacht in Cabo. We found marlin offshore as conditions where perfect. Also, on the inside in Cabo there are roosters, pargo and jacks. Overall we had an incredible trip and we had a blast. If the sardina show up this week we will notify on Facebook. For dates and availability give us a call.
The fishing has been nothing short of fantastic in one way or another. Right now we have the inshore, offshore and beaches all fishing well. On the east cape we are seeing fewer windy days and the the main bite has to be marlin.
However, right off the beach at Rancho Leonero we are catching African pompano with roosters and jacks in the mix as well! As the wind drops off we will see more jacks and roosters on the beaches,but for now there is definitely enough fish to keep it interesting…Dorado have been pretty active here on the east cape. Our focus has been getting the fish up on a ballyhoo, then target the following dorado with flies and let the action begin.
Lapaz has been fishing well and there are some great snapper and pargo on the inshore,plus a nice dorado bite off the island. Cabo is still fishing well and we had great trips last week fishing for snapper, jacks and roosters. There are no sardines yet, but hopefully soon some tuna will show up with the warmer water conditions. As of now we are trending 10 degrees warmer than last year which is a factor on why the fishing has been so good lately.
I did have the pleasure to fish with a husband and wife team out of Denver last week and they had a blast. Julie got her fist marlin on the fly and they caught some beautiful dorado as well. Fishing is only going to get better as the sardines show up and the wind dropps off as we hit the beaches sight fishing roosters and jacks. If anyone has questions please feel free to give us a call and we will be happy to discuss availability.