jueves, 9 de abril de 2015

Z Fish Report (4/9/15)

Blue marlin leap - Hooked and fought by the Lenc boys on the panga Dos
Hermanos with Cheva
The blue water has moved back to inside the 100 fathom line (about 5 miles), with the area’s surface temperatures holding steady at about 80°. This is unusual for this time of the year, because we are normally under a cold green water condition and the “April current” by now.  But, we will enjoy the favorable conditions while we have them. http://calendarforfishing.blogspot.mx/

Jake Lenc is all concentration with a blue on the other end
Noah Justinger fished two days with Cheva also. They released this sailfish
Joe Lenc got this photo of the his sons' blue marlin
at the boat
 The offshore fishing is still averaging about 3 to 4 raised sailfish a day per boat. Cheva, on the panga Dos Hermanos, fished a day with Joe Lenc and his three sons Jake, Collin, and Chad for a sailfish and a nice blue marlin. 

Noah showing a nice sized jack crevalle while fishing with Cheva

The inshore is still the best bet for action here with a lot of sierra, jack crevalle, and black skipjack.

Brad Anderson, fishing guide in Terrace, B.C. Canada caught this nice rooster from the beach this Wednesday at Barra Potosi.
Ed Kunze                                                                        

 (Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)


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