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Jc Sportfishing Cabo Fishing Report 03 October

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Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.

As the Admiral Seas It

Fishing Report: 9/28/16 to 10/3/16

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Blue Marlin is the Word!

Fleet Boat Lands and Releases 350lb Blue!

Striped Marlin Fishing Hot!

Our Boat Releases 250lb Blue!

Monday: 97 inch Striped Marlin Landed!

Dorado Fishing Still Going Good!

Panga Fishing Strong with Dorado Inshore!

Sharks, Skipjacks, Dorado Inshore!

Water Cooling on Pacific Side!

Donald Trump calls JC A Pitiful Marlin Fisherman!

WEATHER: Really good so far and no storms lately. We have skated along pretty good over last month since hurricane Newton rolled through, but besides Newton it has been really nice and we are crossing our fingers to get us through the rest of OCTOBER without any sort of storms.

WATER: It is cooling on the Pacific side bringing in nothing but good fishing!! But still mostly warm water in our area now on both sides the Pacific and Sea of Cortez side. The temps I noticed on the Tempbreak map was 82 to 88 degrees, which is pretty warm all over. If we could get some decent weather I think the fishing would be off the hook. Please check out Tempbreak to get a good idea on water temperatures.

BILLFISH: Hot, HOT, HOT We are catching both Blue Marlin and Striped Marlin as I write this report. Warm water has moved into the area and I think this is bringing the Marlin in especially the Blues. So they are here but they are spread out all over the place from the Pacific side to Sea of Cortez side. Lots of good action going on now with our boats landing a 250lb Blue and I know one fleet boat landed and released a 10 foot 350lb monster. So it is happening for the Blues, but not only that, the Striped Marlin bite is HOT, HOT, HOT also. So there is plenty of action for Billfish right now. Pacific side has been hot for Marlin in general and we are running up there and having really good action.

DORADO: Good Dorado fishing pretty much all over the place, especially inshore. We have had lots of action with lots of fish being landed in the 15lb to 30lbs range, making for some great dinners. It seems all the elements are right for the Dorado bite to continue throughout October at least. You need to get out there if you like Dorado as there is lots around.


SWORDFISH: Hasn’t heard of any caught this week.


WAHOO: I did hear of one Wahoo being caught this past week.

TUNA: Very slow for the Tuna over last week. If you do run into them they are mostly football size fish you will catch.


INSHORE: The action inshore has been really good with lots of Dorado, Skipjack, Shark and Roosters, off course. Really, anywhere right outside the bay as you go north on the Pacific side you are going to run into some sort of fish inshore. That is guaranteed I can assure you. For some of you guys who like the smaller boats or Pangas you would do yourself a favor to do a 5 hour excursion up the Pacific side. You will no doubt run into some sort of action and it is normally really good.

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