jueves, 3 de abril de 2014

Z Fish Report (4/3/14)

Sherri Brillion with Adolfo and her second large rooster in two days of fishing
Even though the States and Canada have already set their clocks ahead, a reminder for you who are going tom be fishing here this next week, we set our clocks ahead 1 hour this Saturday night (the 5th). 

Conditions are improving. We have 81° to 83° surface temperature averages all along the coastline, with the blue water averaging about 85° and moving back in closer to shore. From Ixtapa southward, the clean water is actually at the 100 fathom curve, and about 5 to 6 miles off the beach.
Offshore – Sailfish action is picking up, with Chiro on the cruiser Bloody Hook finding 3 sailfish for his client Mark Brewster of Calgary.
Chiro at the helm of the Bloody Hook
The inshore is once again our most reliable fishery right now. It is the best action for those who prefer the fly rod, light line trolling, and spin gear casting. There has been sierras, an abundance of black skipjack tuna (almost identical to the false albacore of the East Coast), and a few large jack crevalle this week.
Gord Fawcett's daughter
Fly fisherman Wade Brillon and his spin fishing wife, Sherri of Calgary fished another day with Adolfo early in the week. Wade accounted for several species of small game, but Sherri is the one who got the big rooster again.

Adolfo and Cheva on the two Dos Hermanos pangas also fished a couple of days and did excellent on pargo, sierras, black skipjack, and even some small dorado.
Ed Kunze (IGFA Representative)
We now have PayPal for the Roosterfish Foundation!

Launching the Roosterfish Foundation (roosterfish.org)

Shown above is the logo for the wallet sized laminated card for membership in the Roosterfish Foundation. Please contact me at roosterfishfoundation@gmail.com if you are interested in becoming a member. 


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