jueves, 4 de junio de 2015

Z Fish Report (6/4/15)

Adolfo on the panga Dos Hermanos is getting great rooster action
Unless something changes, hurricane Blanca is on a heading to slam into Cabo San Lucas again. She is about 300 miles out in front of us, and so far we haven’t even gotten a rain drop. The advisory is for (possible) high waves on the beaches in the next few days however.
The blue water is darn near on the beach, and we are getting unseasonably warm water (which is great for hurricanes). From about a 200° heading to a 270° heading, and out 10-30 miles, there is a large area of warm water with a surface temperature reading of almost 90°. The balance of the areas, including the inshore, are averaging about 86°.
 Offshore – The blue marlin bite has left us, and the dorado are scarce again, but we are still raising lots of sailfish. Five to six raised fish a day is common, and hooking 2 to 4 per boat.  
And another for Adolfo with another French client
Inshore:  With the warm water, the roosters are back, and no one to fish for them. However, some of Adolfo’s French clients understand the great June roosterfish fishery and are doing well on the panga Dos Hermanos. They are getting lots of action on roosters and jack crevalle on the back side of the waves.
Ed Kunze                                                                         

 (Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)

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