jueves, 9 de junio de 2011

Z Fish Report (6/9/11)

All up and down the coast, with the blue water just off the beach the average surface temperature is over 86 degrees. The offshore fishing action is remaining steady, with a 1 or 2 sailfish per day average per boat, and also occasional strikes from dorado, striped marlin and blue marlin.

Nothing but blue
Cali, on the cruiser Had Enuff , released one blue marlin and a sailfish on each of two days of fishing. The blues were about 225 pounds.
Keith Paul and Adolfo

The incredible inshore action is still holding up for roosterfish and large jack crevalle. We are still getting a couple of days a week with high surf, which prevents us from getting at the jacks and roosters along the beach on those days, but by moving about a half mile offshore, there is lots of light line or fly rod action on the small to mid-sized dorado, black skipjacks, sierras, and green jacks.

Keith Paul from Minnesota, a veteran of many an offshore trip with Luis on the panga Gringo Loco was down here again last week. Luis is no longer with us, so from a little prodding by me, he tried the inshore fishery for his first time.

He had an excellent day with Adolfo on the panga Dos Hermanos. Casting surface poppers or tossing a live goggle-eye if the fish missed the popper, in about 4 hours he released 5 nice roosters and a large jack crevalle before telling Adolfo to head the boat back to port. Six fish in 4 hours is almost non-stop fishing, and will wipe anybody out

Ed Kunze
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