July 22nd – July 28th 2007
Weather: This past week we started out with flat and very calm seas but on Tuesday (the 24th) we saw the seas go from very peaceful and pleasant to angry and rough within a day. All this was due our first tropical storm of the year named Delila. Delila gave us strong winds, with rough seas and even caused the closing of the harbor in Cabo on Wednesday. As we woke up Friday the winds were gone, the seas were back to being calm and Delila was not causing us any more trouble.
Air temperatures: Low 77 High 99
Water temperatures: Low 73 High 86
Baja, Mexico Beach Fishing Report: Beach fishing early in the week was for the most part impossible as Delila gave us the strong winds. My client and I Mike Bennett from Southern California have spent the last two days on the beach and we have had great action. Mike and I have seen a number of good sized Roosterfish that are schooled up and over the past two days have aggressively chased the teaser in giving mike multiple shots ant good sized fish. Yesterday (Friday the 27th) mike hooked and landed two very respectable Roosterfish that crashed the teaser all the way to the beach. Mike and I have also seen a good number of Roosterfish between twenty and thirty pounds with the occasional that falls in the class of â€œMuy Grandeâ€. Mike also caught a very nice Jack this morning as well. Mike and I have walked many miles over the past two days and if you put your time in you will get shots. Over all what I have seen in the last two days the beach fishing is picking up nicely. The question is will it continue.
Baja, Mexico Inshore Fishing Report: Once again this past week most of the fleet went out side and not much was reported inshore.
Baja, Mexico Offshore Fishing Report: The Marlin fishing continues to improve with more fish coming into the teasers. Most of the action for Marlin this past week was between La Ribera and the lighthouse with the fish being found anywhere from three to ten miles off shore. We did see a few more Blue Marlin this past week and a few Sailfish mixed in as well. The Tuna fishing was difficult this past week. The winds caused by Delila made it very difficult to find the schools of Porpoise and thus find the tuna. We continue to have a few bigger Dorado in the area. Most of these Dorado have been weighing between fifteen and forty pounds.