WEATHER: Day times have been hot and over the last days or so we have had a little over cast due to storm out to sea hurricane Amanda which I think has since broke up and is gone. The highs are around 90,s and lows are about low 70,s to mid 70,s. It has been warm and nice most of the year with a few cool nights in January and February but that's about it.
WATER: Mostly calmer seas with waves 2 to 4 feet on the pacific and 1 to 3 feet on the Sea of Cortez side with water temperatures warming up and pretty consistent throughout our area.
TUNA: I don't have any reports on Tuna as they are pretty much nonexistent right now and were hoping for some schools to show .
BILLFISH: Well the Marlin fishing has been VERY abundant as there are lots of Marlin and I mean lots of Marlin we have been experiencing 5 to 14 Marlin hook ups per vessel amd siting over 40 Marlin basically sleeping on top of the water. . Most reports of fish being caught were 8 miles off the Light House on pacific side.
DORADO: The Dorado fishing has been pretty slow and we have been catching only one or two nice fish per day and most are 20 to 30lbs but most of them haven't been keepers. Lots of very small Dorado about the size of Rainbow Trout being caught by the Pangas fishing close to shore.
INSHORE: The inshore fishing has been really slow over the past week with a few small Roosters from Grey Rock up to the Pump House on live bait. As I mentioned also lots of Trout size Dorado close to shore being landed by the Pangas but not keepers really.
WAHOO: A few Wahoo this past week but really not to many that I have heard of over the week.
Blue Marlin: Two Blue Marlin where hooked up last week one came to scale at 280lbs.
Swordfish: Go Deep team hooked one beast up in the 260lb. range.
Over all Fishing has been GREAT.
Come on down.
Tight lines Amigos.