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JC Sportfishing Cabo Fishing Report Jan 26th

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WEATHER: Rain again this week with a few overcast days and drizzle. We did get some wet city streets, but really no heavy downpours just drizzle.  Cooler temperatures and weather conditions over this past week, which has been out of the normal for us since we had so many weeks of warm weather. Today only reached a high of 71 degrees with a low of 64 degrees, but tomorrow it starts to warm up again and we should get close to 80 tomorrow as a high temperature. Today

WATER: Cooler water temperatures probably have had something to do with this weeks hit and miss fishing as it is much cooler compared to last week. Even some ares water was around 70 degrees big difference over a week ago.

BILLFISH: Marlin fishing has been pretty off and on all week from the Light House to Rancho Migrino is where fish have been caught and what they are hitting is live bait and lures. All fish are being landed from 1 to 4 miles offshore on the Pacific side. I am not saying we are catching lots of Marlin what I am saying is what we have caught was caught in those areas.

DORADO: This is the one bright spot of this past week with good numbers of Dorado being caught. Steady Dorado fishing this past week with most boats landing their fare share of fish. The hot spots for Dorado is up and around Rancho Migrino about a ½ miles off the beach all the way up to Golden Gate using lures, live bait and ballyhoo.

WAHOO: A drastic change in the Wahoo scene as we were really doing well last week and this week very slow for this excellent eating fish. Any fish caught this week were caught using rapalas and jet heads.

TUNA: I haven’t heard of a lot of of Tuna being landed this past week. If you do run into them, I think you will have to run offshore about 10 to 25 miles to maybe run into them if you can find a school of Porpoise.

INSHORE: Well it’s been a very different year this year as the fish that shouldn’t be around this time of year is here (DORADO) and the fish that should be here ( SIERRA and YELLOWTAIL) isn’t here.The Pangas inshore are just doing ok and it is on Dorado where they have been lucky. The Solmar all the way up to the Light House is where  some Dorado is being caught. Slow Sierra and Yellowtail fishing and its disappointing since this is our season for them and we need them to roll back in and get us back to normal.

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