jueves, 28 de junio de 2012

Z Fish Report (6/28/12)

Heading out in the morning
The heavy rains from last week are gone and we are now back into a decent weather pattern, with a bit of rain at night, warm and clear days. However, last week’s rain did push the blue water out to about the 15 mile mark, and cooled down the inshore areas a bit with the heavy flow of water from the rivers. But, the blue water current is strong again this year, as it was last year, and quickly corrected itself to being just a couple of hundred yards off the beach.
Rick Gandy and Adolfo with one of 20 roosters last week
Weed lines are developing well, and the dorado are starting to move in. But, many of the dorado are being taken by the inshore fishermen, working less than a half mile off the beach. The sailfish, tuna, and marlin bite still remains slow. When the smaller yellowfin tuna do show, they breeze in, and are soon gone. It is more or less of being in the right place at the right time thing.
Even Adrea got in on the action with Rick and Adolfo
with her first rooster
Adolfo, on the panga Dos Hermanos, with his French clients, has fished every day this week for roosters. They are doing well on roosters, jack crevalle and even a few dorado.

Ed Kunze (IGFA Representative)

To get a better understanding of what fishing is best and at what time of the year click on the link: http://calendarforfishing.blogspot.mx/


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