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Jc Sportfishing Cabo Fishing Report 5th July

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Jc Sportfishing Cabo Fishing Report 5th July

Dorado 25 to 35lbs Finally Showing Up!

Marlin Fishing? All Over the Map!

Marlin From Grey Rock to the 95 Spot!

Lots of Football Sized Tuna!

A few Wahoo have been Landed!

Roosters at the Pumphouse!

Inshore Fishing: Roosters & Small Dorado

WEATHER: Hot, Hot and Hotter: Yea, that’s the way it’s been over this past week as it feels like September now and it’s only July. All year has been really abnormally hot with daytime temperatures up to around 100 degrees every day with a little breeze at night to cool stuff off, but in general Hot and Humid, so if you are coming to Cabo prepare yourself for some hot days cause it has really set in


WATER: Hasn’t changed much in over a week the mid to warmer water is here to stay awhile and it feels like its pretty normal. The temps I noticed on the Tempbreak map was 74 to 80 degrees, which is about right for now. If we could get some decent weather without the wind I think the fishing would be off the hook. Please check out the Tempbreak to get a good idea on water temperatures.

BILLFISH: Most Marlin fishing has been sporadic, so we don’t know where and when we are going to catch fish, pretty much all over the map. Out of the harbor to Grey Rock and up to the 95 spot has been decent. We are working hard to catch Marlin this past week. Our own BoB Marlin did hook 3 Marlin, including a Blue Marlin in which we fought them and released them. The Bite Me our other boat did land a couple nice Marlin also and a Wahoo. The Sailfish are still here also, so if you don’t catch a Marlin you mite catch a Marlin.


DORADO: Some Dorado 25 to 35 lbs landed this week and we have been reporting the Dorado fishing has gotton better over last 2 weeks with it slowly kicking into gear. There has been some caught this past week,  and it is better than last week. Most of the fish caught were smaller ones but they are out there’ and we are happy about that.


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

WAHOO: A few have been caught this past week ranging in the 30lb to 50lb range and most have been caught inshore on lures.


TUNA: The action for Tuna, during the first of the week has been at the 1150 area. There was lots of football size fish to catch using king busters and cedar plugs, but as the week progressed it started to slow some. We haven’t seen anything close to Cabo over the past couple days, that they are still out there in some areas, you really have to just run into them.


INSHORE: Roosters are still the story if the week if you are inshore fishing. There are a few Dorado also being landed and most are smaller Dorado. The Old Light House seems to be where the inshore action is happening. So jump into a Panga and head up there you might get in on some smaller game action.

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