sábado, 30 de octubre de 2010

Z Fish Report (10/30/10)

Beautiful clean 85° water is only 6 miles off the beach. For most of this last week the fishing has been very slow, with most boats getting only a sailfish or a dorado a day, and several boats getting blanked. With the favorable moon phase coming up, and looking at the improving conditions, we are expecting a major turn around this next week.
            After only getting 1 sailfish on Sunday, and blanked on Monday, on Thursday the super panga Huntress with Mike Bulkley and Captain Francisco went out 30 miles to the 1,000 fathom line. Just beyond the line they picked up a sailfish, and on the way back, at 28 miles, they got lucky and found a floating tree. It was loaded with fish. They picked off 6 nice dorado averaging about 15 pounds, and even a small California yellowtail and amberjack.
Francisco on the Huntress

Since the rains have stopped, the inshore has cleaned up considerably, and this week our season will renew for what we hope is another November for roosterfish like last year. Last year was incredible.

Ed Kunze

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