Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.
As the Admiral Seas It
Fishing Report: 4/3/17 to 4/10/17
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Fishing Tough This Last Week!
Few Marlin Being Caught at the 1150!
Marlin Move 50 Miles to Sea of Cortez!
Full Moon Slows Marlin Bite?
Some Big Wahoo Bites This Week
Winds Have Died Down!
Marlin Fishing Spotty?
Fishing Good for Grouper and Snapper!
5 Nice Amberjacks Caught!
Yellowtail Action not Bad!
WEATHER: Windy but it did finally die down for the better
part of the week most of the week, with the port closing for a few days.
Although it has been blowing in the afternoons and evenings and we have had
some pretty pleasant nights with a cool breeze. The highs have been close to 88
degrees with lows in the 70,s.
WATER: Still about the same as last week. There is a huge
difference in the water temperatures on the East Cape compared to closer to
Cabo on the Pacific side where there is like a 10 degree difference in water.
East Cape some areas are 76 degrees and here close to Cabo on the Pacific it is
71 degrees and colder in some spots, so quite the contrast and this will affect
the fishing in both areas as we will be catching something completely different
from them boys on the East Cape. Take a look at tempbreak for more details.
BILLFISH: It has been a decent week for Striped Marlin and
basically all Marlin species here in Los Cabos. Most fish have been caught on
live bait, lures or slow trolling small Tuna. It has been an active and
productive week for Marlin all week with good numbers of fish being caught and
DORADO: Very slow for Dorado over this past week with just a
few being boated. Water temperatures this year have been playing a major part
in what we have been seeing and it isn’t too much so far. If the USA would stop
buying illegal fish caught in Mexico that would help a lot as it is not legal
to net Dorado in Mexico because it is a sportfishing and not listed as a
commercial species. It seems as long as there are buyers then this will
continue to happen and it seems the authorities just look the other way since
they are getting their cut.
SWORDFISH: Haven't heard of any caught this week.
WAHOO: Some pretty nice Wahoo being caught through most of
last week.A few being landed down towards Gordo Banks.
TUNA: Last week was really good with some large Tuna being
caught and this week has been good also, up and around the doughnut it has been
hot using king busters and cedar plugs with some of the bigger fish being
landed with live bait and some have been up over the 25 TO 30LBS mark this
INSHORE: Sierras and even Yellowtail being landed around the
Light House in numbers. The pangas have been doing well with Sierras with some
nice ones being landed and ranging from 5lb to 10lb. The Grouper and Snapper fishing
has been going off up and around the Light House on the pacific. Pangas are
having a pretty rough ride this week on the pacific side, but for the hardcore
fisherman they love that stuff