HOT!! The weather is hot. Been pretty nice with no storms. One overcast day last week but overall lots of sun and heat. Bring sunscreen.
* Beach – it’s been a little difficult. There are a few fish in and around on the beach, but not many. The ones that are here are big though. My buddy Solis was here for 5 days to hit the beach. He got one nice fish over the 5 days, but it was a beauty. Overall, from the beach, it’s slow but not undoable if you put in the time.
*Offshore – it’s been ok. We have had decent fishing for tuna and dorado mostly to the south. There was a nice school of tuna out with the porpoise but a commercial tuna boat came and wrapped them up.
There are a lot of marlins both blue and striped but they are scattered so you have to go looking. No real concentration in a certain spot. You have a chance just about anywhere.
We have been seeing a few more roosters from the boat in the deeper water over the numbers on the beach. It might be due to water temps as the water inshore is pretty warm at the moment. But this is just a theory… Defiantly a few more from the boats than the beach so i’d focus on the deeper water.
We do have some dates available so if anyone is interested in coming down please call.
The Reel Baja
The season is here. Schools of big jacks on the outside are very exciting right now. The other day we rolled up on a school of 300+ jacks crashing bait. Exciting! We got some action even myself.
Roosters are pretty good right now in the deeper water. Our clients got into some great action over the last few weeks. Not a ton on the beach but a few fish can be seen cruising the shallows looking for bait. In the next weeks, the beach will be ready for action a the water warms.
Most roosters and jacks are starting to get into spawn mode in the next few weeks if you can get down here asap. Marlin is slow overall but there are some reports of anglers finding some marlin in the outside
The tuna bite has slowed over the last week or so compared to a few weeks ago. Just a week ago the tuna bite was wide open. However, we will see them back shortly as the water warms so get down here asap. Jeremy Cameron from flies and fins was here recently and to say Jeremy got a good work out form some awesome fish would be an understatement. They had an amazing time.
We will be out on the water again every day this week and I will be sure to let everyone know how the fishing treats us. I am going to do my very best to keep you all informed at least once a week if not more. With me being out early and home late sometimes I may miss a call but i will reach out as soon as I can. Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email as I will be happy to give you the up to the minute report.
Sorry for the delay in the reports. Its been busy over here with some very happy clients. Scroll through for some pics below.
Mag Bay: Recently we where in Mag Bay for the last few weeks. To say the very least mag Bay is just incredible at the moment. Over the last few weeks we have had some really happy guests fishing with us. The marlin bite is some of the best we have seen in years off Thetis Banks. With the great marlin bite we have lots of tuna and dorado in the mix. The mangroves are as good as it get right now. Our clients are hooking into some awesome snook, bonefish, grouper, jacks, plus several species of pargos. These species are fantastic on light rods and gave our clients lots of action.
East Cape: The weather has been holding steady recently. On good weather days we are seeing some big cruising roosters with a few small ones to. Since theirs a ton of bait in the area there is some decent fish being caught. The beach is also seeing ladyfish, jack and a few pompano as well. The other day i was walking on the beach with my son when we saw a bait ball getting destroyed by roosters. Only problem was that I didn’t have a rod!
I’ll be around this holiday season so if anyone wants some time on the water in Mag Bay, or Cabo feel free to give us a call. We have a few open dates and ready to do some fishing!