I am finally launching the Roosterfish Foundation. Please read below for more information.
This last week was mostly about rain. From Sunday evening until Tuesday afternoon, we got 5.5 inches of rain, with a lot of it coming during daylight hours. Even though we had very little wind, this made for tough conditions and we did not go out fishing those days. On Wednesday, the skies cleared again and gave us a day to settle things down. The boats are fishing again today (Thursday).
|We get some incredible sunrises after the rains|
Surprisingly, the blue water was not pushed out too far, going out to 7 miles, instead of the several weeks long 5 miles. Sometimes, with huge outflows of fresh water coming out of the rivers, the blue water can be pushed out 15 miles or more. Plus, I was at Playa Blanca this morning and saw the inshore waters were fairly clean and not discolored from the runoff. This tells me we have a strong blue water current, able to cleanse things quickly.
|On Thursday, John Lorenz' French client, Aurelien Lagarrosse, at Bahia de |
Tortuga Fishing Lodge in PuertoVicente Guerrero, fished with captain
Rody for a nice sailfish
|And a nice pargo also|
Launching the Roosterfish Foundation
Shown above is the logo for the wallet sized laminated card for membership in the Roosterfish Foundation. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a Founding Member. Founding Member status will be accepted until the end of December of this year.