Offshore – Like a broken record, this week is no different than the last several weeks, with the average still being 2 to 3 raised sailfish a day per boat, and 1 or 2 hooked. The are no dorado offshore, marlin or tuna. It appears all the dorado have moved inshore, and in very good numbers. They are the smaller school sized dorado, of 4 to 8 pounds. Besides being great eating, they are incredible fun on light spin gear and the fly rod.
|Richard Meyers of Texas tagged and released this nice rooster while fishing|
with Adolfo last week
The Inshore action is still best for roosterfish and large jack crevalle, and possibly the best action on the coast. And, a lot of sierras are showing. The dorado are chasing abundant bait about 500 yards off the beach.
Gerald Cohen of New Jersey fished a day with Adolfo on the panga Dos Hermanos. He got 3 roosters on spin gear, several dorado, and several black skip jack. In his email to me the next day he said he will have his fly gear with him next time. His photos will be here next week.
Ed Kunze (Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)