jueves, 28 de noviembre de 2013

Z Fish Report (11/28/13)

Offshore – The new moon phase is approaching, and predictably the blue water fishing has improved. The blue water is still averaging about 85° and is just two miles off the beach. Under these conditions, we should have a very decent and extended season.
The only off colored water is from the Rio Balsas up at Lazaro Cardenas

Fly fishing client Mark Cadmus of Colorado fly fished a final day with Adolfo Jr. and me on the 34 foot cruiser Bloody Hook, with Captain Chiro, early in the week. He hooked two nice sailfish on the fly. All of our fish this last week were coming of about a 150° heading and from 11 to 14 miles out.
Remy Cross, 5, of Portland, OR  with his 1st sailfish while
fishing with Francisco on the the super panga Huntress.
He and his Dad, Aaron, also released 3 more sails and a
couple of large jack crevalle   
Chiro also told me, when I was on the pier this morning, he got 3 sailfish, two 40 pound class dorado, and a striped marlin for his clients on Monday. He then sent me a text message this afternoon after releasing 5 sailfish and getting a nice dorado. Also on Monday Aaron Baily and family fished with Elias on the 38 foot cruiser Had E Nuff, for 3 sailfish and a dorado.
Dorado Hotel - lots of dorado here right now
Temo, on the panga Sequestro Amor released 6 sailfish for his clients today (Thursday).

The inshore is still doing well down south in the Petatlan areas for roosters, and further south at Puerto Vicente Guerrero. A film crew is here from France filming Adolfo on the panga Dos Hermanos. They are filming all week to get footage for sailfish, roosters, jack crevalle, black skipjacks… The whole spectrum of big game and light line game fish. They plan on showing the documentary several times a week and for many weeks on end, reaching all parts of the country, which can only help our tourism here. Today (Thursday) I met them at the pier when they returned. Adolfo told me they made the long run to Puerto Vicente, and really got some great action for the film crew. They got 10 roosters between 30 and 45 pounds, and several large jack crevalle.
A bait stealing needle fish on the Dos Hermanos II
with Cheva

Aaron Baily and Tom Capizzi (both of Orange County, CA) fished inshore today (Thursday) with Adolfo Jr. and Jesus, getting 5 small rooster fish, a sailfish (about 200 yards off the white rocks on a live bait with a spin rod), a large dorado with about 15 pounds of fillets, and several small dorado out of a school of about a hundred.
Ed Kunze (IGFA Representative)

We now have PayPal for the Roosterfish Foundation!

Launching the Roosterfish Foundation



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