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Jc Sportfishing Cabo Fishing Report 03 April 2017

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Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.

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Marlin Fishing Better at 1150 and 95 Spot!

Wind and Marlin Both Show Up?

Tuna Fishing Very Spotty?

Dorado not so good?

Wahoo Action Pretty Good!

Fishing Good for Grouper and Snappers!

Spring Breakers Only Got Beer Money?

Easter Upon Us!

WATER: Right outside the harbor water temperature is like 76 to 78 and if you head southeast it will get warmer and warmer, even pushing 79 degrees down past Gordo Banks and in the east cape area. If you leave Cabo harbor and head north to the Pacific side that’s another story with temperatures dropping down as low as 72 degrees up past the finger bank and closer to shore there are patches of really cold water. It’s been a strange year for water temperatures and what species of fish are supposed to be here and what isn’t supposed to be here this time of year. Yellowtail should be here and they are showing up pretty decent. Dorado there should be a few around but they are real hard to find. Never really know over year to year what is going to happen.This link which will show you water temperatures for the southern half of Baja. 

BILLFISH: Marlin fishing has gotton better this past week with some good action more down toward the 1150 and 95 spots of the Los Cabos fishing grounds. On the Sea of Cortez side, we have been casting live bait to tailers and landing a few on lures, also slow trolling ballyhoo has been effective. Water up on the Pacific side has been pretty cold, so I think all the Marlin moved toward the warmer water in the Sea of Cortez. Less swell and wind down there also, making it a smoother ride for all. Anyway, it’s better than it was, so that’s a good thing for you anglers out there who are into Marlin fishing.

DORADO: Pretty slow Dorado action this past week. I haven’t heard of to much being reported

WAHOO: Haven’t heard of any this past week.

TUNA: The Tuna action has been real spotty with us going out sometimes and running into some nice schools and then other times never seeing nothing. So, its really hard to predict ansd we just go out and do the best we can to run into a nice school. Very unpredictable but when we do hit them we can usually expect some football size fish and possibly some bigger ones, we just really never now.

INSHORE: Good bottom fishing for Grouper and Snappers in Cabo right now. It seems even when other fishing is bad we can always count on the bottom fishing action. There has been some Amber Jacks taken jigging iron off the Pedregak Rocks all the way up to the margarita rock pile. Other highlights of the inshore fish good Sierra action from Solmar to the Pump House and most are being landed on hootchies and striped bait. Try for the Sierra about a hundred yards off the beach as this is where they have been catching them. Also in the same areas we have been catching a few Jack Crevail and lots of Needle Fish.

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