What a strange Christmas Day we woke up to. It rained hard last night, plus we had overcast skies and about ¼ of an inch of rain yesterday, with some wind. All of us locals are wearing long pants, long sleeve shirts or jackets. I have never seen this at Christmas time in my 17 years of living here. At 71°, and about 1½ inches of rain, for the first time it is actually starting to feel like Christmas. Have a good one…No matter where you are.
|Doug Schuler with Anuar|
The offshore action is still averaging about 2 hooked sailfish a day, but the larger sized dorado have made another showing, also averaging about 2 a day per boat.
Doug Schuler and Richard Browne of Denver fished this last week with Anuar on the panga Perigrina for two sailfish released, a 20 pound dorado for dinner, and an estimated 280 pound blue marlin…A good day of fishing.
The inshore is still slow for roosterfish, with the most action coming from black skipjack, jack crevalle, and sierras. And, several dorado are also being taken inshore.
|Eric also had another nice one|
(Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)