|Adolfo and Michelle with one of two of her identical sized roosters|
The 84° blue water is sitting between 11 and 12 miles with a current line break at the off-colored water about 7 miles.
The offshore fishing is picking up again, with a sailfish or two average, but most of the boats are not targeting sailfish, due to the great action on the dorado.
Thomas Harris of Houston fished with Santiago on the super panga Gitana today with excellent results. At the 7 mile current line break they got 10 dorado averaging about 20 pounds each, and 1 sailfish.
Fishing out of the Bahia Tortuga Fishing Lodge with John Lorenz, Tony Hogg and John Davenport from Rochdale, England finished up their trip with an incredible last day with 5 sailfish and 9 dorado . Their total for the 9 days of fishing was 48 dorado and 8 sailfish.
|Michelle's 3rd rooster, and the smallest|
The inshore is cleaning up well this week. Michelle Clementi from Ocean City, Md had an excellent day fishing with Adolfo on the Dos Hermanos on Sunday catching 3 roosters, two in the 15 kilo range and then catching 3 Dorado on the run home from the towers. Michelle is a frequent visitor to Zihautanejo and has caught many Sailfish and Marlin here fishing on the super panga Huntress but commented that catching big Roosters on "flounder rods" (10 foot long spin rods) is a thrill. One rooster kept her entertained for 50 minutes.
Ed Kunze (IGFA Representative)
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