With the blue water in close, and unseasonably warm, conditions have not changed much over the last three weeks. We did have a close encounter with Hurricane Carlos, and ended up only getting 4 inches of rain out of it. All 4 inches came in 1.5 hours, but there was no wind. Even though the port was closed for three days; that was it for the entire storm. The port was basically closed because the NOAA Hurricane Center tacked Carlos as following the coast, and the Mexican government took no chances.
|James Falconer on the Orion|
Offshore – We are still raising 4 to 6 sailfish a day per boat and hooking 2 to 3 a day. The action is still only 8 to 13 miles off the beach. The James Falconer group from Houston fished a day with Jaime on the cruiser Orion. They raised 5 sailfish and caught three.
|James also had a surprise catch with a wahoo fishing with Annibel|
Inshore: With the warm water, the roosters are back, and no one to fish for them. Adolfo and Cheva on the Dos Hermanos pangas had clients this last week from France, and were catching several smaller class roosters in the 12 to 20 pound range each day, and a bunch of mid-sized jack crevalle. The French clients had an excellent trip on the light spin gear.
(Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)