jueves, 7 de agosto de 2014

Z Fish Report (8/7/14)

Richard Meyers with a nice rooster  fishing on the Dos Hermanos III
The blue water and surface temperatures are best described by seeing the Terrafin Satellite photos below. The water is really getting hot, and the outflows of fresh water from the Rio Balsas at Lazareo Cardenas also show up clearly in the chlorophyll shot.

Offshore – The average is still 2 to 3 raised sailfish a day per boat, and 1 or 2 hooked. The are no dorado offshore, marlin or tuna. The smaller dorado have moved inshore. Cheva, fishing all week on the panga Dos Hermanos II, is averaging 1 sailfish a day caught and released, and 1 lost.
Damon Faught with 1st of 3
The Inshore action is still best for roosterfish, and possibly the best action on the coast. Plus, it is light line spin or fly fishing at its best. Adolfo, on the panga Dos Hermanos, went south the last few days, scoring on roosters, jack crevalle, and lots of schooled dorado (5 to 8 pounds).
Damon Faught of Austin and his fishing partner Richard Meyers from Dallas Texas fished with Jesus (Hey-zoos…alias Gorilla) on the panga Dos Hermanos III for two days getting 3 nice roosterfish, a dorado, and a lot of black skipjack tuna.

Ed Kunze                                                                                                          (Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)


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