jueves, 15 de mayo de 2014

Z Fish Report (5/15/14)

 The 84° blue water was pushed offshore to about 18 miles last Friday, after Thursday’s heavy rainfall. It is again back to about 4 miles from the beach.

Keep in mind, there are very few boats going out to get a realistic feel for how the fishing is. The municipal pier in the morning is almost dead.

The Offshore – Is still slow, with this week’s full moon contributing. Only 1 to 2 sailfish a boat per day are being taken, and raising only I or 2more than that.

There are a few 20 pound yellowfin tuna showing up on the Principal Beach, where the commercial pangeros sell their catch.

The inshore is still the best bet. We are getting very good quantities of sierras, black skipjack tuna, and small dorado. The roosters and jack crevalle are here, but nobody is fishing for them.

This is what client Marty Matousek of Texas emailed me after a day of fishing with Cheva on the panga Dos Hermanos II: At 6:30am we put our two Rapalas in the water and had to wait at least two minutes for the first double.  After that it was continuous doubles (on various species) until about 10:00 when my wife played out.  I was spin casting into active schools of fish for another hour until I finally gave up.  We kept a few dorado for lunch & the landlord of the apartment.  The rest were returned to the water, waiting for me to do it all over again. 

We'll be doing a roosterfish trip on the 18th, but I'm going to do another inshore trip just like this one shortly after that.  Unbelievable!
Ed Kunze (IGFA Representative)     

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Launching the Roosterfish Foundation (roosterfish.org)


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