viernes, 8 de octubre de 2010

Z Fish Report (10/8/10)

A couple of decent things are happening this week. In just the last couple of days, the 86° blue water has moved in to about the 15 mile mark. This is mostly due to the rains letting up and winding down for the year. And, nice sized dorado, from 15 to 30 pounds are making a very good showing.

Andre Padovani and a couple of friends from British Columbia, Canada fished with Mike Bulkley and Francisco on the super panga Huntress yesterday (Thursday) catching 12 of the nice sized dorado. They were mostly caught trolling, but Andre did manage 2 with the fly rod after spotting them under some floating debris which had been pushed out of the rivers.

About the only inshore action going on is with the huge amount of black skipjack tuna we have here now. Santiago, on the panga Gitana, had a fly fishing client earlier in the week who wore himself out catching the barriletes (black skipjacks) using an 8wt fly rod.

Ed Kunze

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