viernes, 19 de noviembre de 2010

Z Fish Report (11/19/10)

Early in the week the 80° blue water moved in to within about 8 miles to the beach, with most fish being taken between the 10 and 12 mile areas. It has moved out a bit again, to about 15 miles, but the fishing is still holding well for dorado, sailfish, blue marlin, and striped marlin.
Tom Pelikan on the Secuestro Amor
with a nice dorado taken on the fly rod

Cheva, on the panga Dos Hermanos, is finally back at the helm. He was off for almost 2 months due to a ruptured Achilles tendon operation. As that is how the injury happened, it sure looks like his days of playing soccer are over. He got a couple of striped marlin for his clients, several dorado, sailfish, and lost two large blue marlin this week.

Also, early in the week, Mecate on the cruiser Aqua Azul, lost two huge blues, with one estimated at over 450 pounds. He did release a couple of sails and got a nice dorado yesterday (Thursday) for his client Mike Garrett of Malvern, Arkansas.


Ken Hill with Francisco on the Huntress with 1 of 2
released marlin
 
Mike Bulkley emailed me this report for Francisco on the super panga Huntress:
Sunday-2 Sails released
Monday-2 Marlin released, 2 Sails released, 4 Dorado Ken Hill from Utah
Tuesday-1 sail released and 1 Dorado
Wednesday-1 Sail released
Thursday-2 Sails released

Inshore action is still doing well for jack crevalle, sierras, and dorado only a half a mile off the beach.

Ed Kunze

John Steele with a nice jack crevalle
with the fly rod. He and Tom Pelikan were
fishing togther with Temo on the
panga Secuestro Amor


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