jueves, 7 de julio de 2011

Z Fish Report (7/7/11)

According to the Terrafin Satellite photos, the surface temperature for the area has dropped down some and is currently about 82 degrees. This is probably attributed to the several overcast days we have had this last week. For the last few weeks we were recording 85 to 86 degree surface temperatures, but with clear daytime skies. The blue water is still in close though, and the good fishing is still holding up, for both the inshore and the offshore species.

Jose Pino of Puerto Vicente Guerrero
 with a nice dorado

In the blue water the boats are still averaging 2 to 3 sailfish a day, with quite a few decent sized dorado mixed in and coming from the same 8 to 12 mile areas.

Adolfo, on the panga Dos Hermanos, reports he is averaging 8 to 10 roosterfish a day, with a lot of large jack crevalle haunting the same beaches and areas as the roosters. He is fishing south of Zihuatanejo because the water to the north is stained, due to the heavy runoff out of the rivers.

Ed Kunze
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