jueves, 24 de marzo de 2011

Z Fish Report (3/24/11)

The 80º surface water temperature has been returning, and with it has been a fairly noticeable return of the offshore game fish. It certainly is not a wide open bite, but at least it has been a bit better than the last few weeks.

Mike Bulkley of the supper panga Huntress, with his captain Francisco emailed me this: We have not been offshore this week. On two inshore trips we have had good to excellent action on Big Jacks, small chula, sierra, and bonitos. Today, we had three jacks about 25 lbs, 7 sierra, two chulas, two cocineros (green jacks), two bonitos (black skipjack tuna) and managed to hook a large Pargo on a deep running Rapala. All that and home at 11:30.

Offshore, fishing is picking up with sails and blue marlin being hooked from ten to thirteen miles out. Two blues were hooked yesterday along with two sails by the Agua Azul and Ivan on the Queen Yervette hooked another blue today about 13miles out.
Captain Franciscowith a nice pargo on
the super panga Huntress
The main action, at least for now, is still the inshore. Cheva, on the panga Dos Hermaonos II, is one of the best here for the inshore fishing. He is getting about 30 fish a day, including large jack crevalle up to about 25 pounds, sierras, and chulas on live bait and a trolled Rapala.

Adolfo, on the panga Dos Hermanos, had a couple of excellent days inshore, and a very good day offshore. He found good clean water at 18 miles and hooked 2 blue marlin yesterday (Wed.). He also found a school of yellowfin tuna, and got a few of the 15 to 25 pound fish.

Ed Kunze
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