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JC Sportfishing Cabo Fishing Report March 2nd

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WEATHER: Really nice weather over the last week with a few partly cloudy days, but other than that it has been really nice. Highs in the low to mid 80,s and lows in the 60,s. I think we mite has had some sprinkles of rain a couple nights ago but nothing major. Perfect weather.

WATER: The water has been lingering in and around the 71 to 74 degree mark and has been there for quite some time. We did start to see that greenish water in some areas and it is never good for fishing when it shows up. Water is cooling north of us and we should start to see cooler water in our are soon as it is that time of year.

BILLFISH: Well, we might be getting a break as it seems that the water is finally cooling off up and around Mag Bay, which is about 150 miles north of Cuba and I did talk with some of the big yacht captains who had passed by Mag Bay coming from San Diego, they had indicated that the Marlin were stacked up there last week cause of the warm water up there. Well, now the water has dropped into the 60, s there and we think the fish will be coming south towards our fishing grounds again this week. The Striped Marlin seem to like the water in the low 70,s and that’s about where we are at now. We expect good Striped Marlin fishing this week. We have seen a few Marlin this week with some landed up and around the Light House.

DORADO: Actually pretty slow Dorado fishing this past week. There were a few caught, but nothing like weeks before. Pretty slow for the Dorados.

WAHOO: Our own Bob Marlin did catch and land 2 nice Wahoo this past week which is great. Normally it is pretty slow this time of year for Wahoo.

TUNA: None!!! 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 25 to 35 miles to maybe run into them if you can find a school of Porpoise.

INSHORE: A few boats jigging iron around the Pedregal rocks and landing some Amber Jacks and I think the Yellowtail will start to get better in the next few days. The Sierra fishing is getting better close to shore from Pump House to Margaita rocks and the Panags have been killing the Sierra in front of the Solmar to the Pump House using hootchies, striped bait and rapalas. There has been some Red Snappers caught on live bait in the rocks on the Pacific side.
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