viernes, 17 de septiembre de 2010

Z Fish Report (9/14/10)

Due to the heavy rainfall we normally experience in September, the 82°-84° blue water has been pushed out past the 1,000 fathom line and at about the 32 mile mark.              No doubt the fishing was slow this week with few boats going out due to the lack of tourists. On a trip to the Centro Mercado today (Friday), I checked out the local catches by the commercial pangeros. There were a few yellowfin tuna, dorado, and striped marlin fillets, and not much else.
  When I pulled up the Terrafin Satellite photos for the blue water (chlorophyll), it was incredible of how much brown stuff was coming out of the Rio Balsas about 45 miles to the North of us, and brown water is worse than green. It is actually reaching areas we fish for sailfish and tuna from Zihuatanejo.
Ed Kunze

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