jueves, 14 de octubre de 2010

Z Fish Report (10/14/10)

The 85 degree blue water is at about the 25 mile mark. Not many boats are making the run, and are staying within the 12 mile areas, picking up an average of a sailfish and three 15 to 30 pound dorado a day.


Adolfo, on the panga Dos Hermanos, has been doing well for his clients fishing inshore. He has been getting a lot of action on sierras and mid-sized jack crevalle. The jacks are averaging 5 to 10 pounds. Both the sierras and jacks provide great light line and fly rod action.

Martin, on the cruiser Gaviota, fished the areas from 2 miles off the beach to about 12 miles. His clients picked up 7 dorado, 3 chulas (a 3 to 6 pound tuna with teeth and white meat), and several barriletes (black skipjack tuna) for two days of fishing.

Ed Kunze

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