jueves, 23 de septiembre de 2010

Z Fish Report (9/23/10)

The steady rains have been off for two days, and then back on for two days. From the heavy river outflows, this has pushed the 85° blue water out past the 1,000 fathom line and 30 mile mark.

       Other than a few dorado under floating debris, the offshore fishing has been very slow.
       The one highlight is the light line and fly rod action around the rock pinnacles in front of Ixtapa and down at the White Rocks. There has been excellent action on jack crevalle, green jacks, pompano, and black skipjacks. The schools of game fish are chasing a very small sardine; so the best lure for spin fishermen has been small 3” Mega Bait metal jigs, with fly anglers using a small 2” fly, almost like a small bonefish fly.
        The coastline is still to murky for roosters.
        Ed Kunze

           The following knot illustration is provided by: http://www.fish4fun.com/knots.htm

This week is the Albright knot. Most people know the blood knot to tie two similar sized lines together, but when there is a large difference in the size of lines, this is where the Albright knot is best. We use it all the time when fly fishing to tie a 20 pound leader to either a 100 pound bite tippet for sailfish or a 40 pound bite tippet for dorado, jacks, and roosters

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