|Dave Rodesta and Adolfo|
The 87° blue water is on the beach… all up and down the coast. And, the 87° water is all the way out to at least a hundred miles. This abnormal for this time of the year and we are probably having an El Niño.
|Jill Rodesta got into the action also, with a nice sierra and a smaller rooster|
|Nine year old Dominik Carlson fished with Adolfo and|
found out about the hard fighting black skipjack
Offshore – The sailfish action is still a bit slow, with a 1 or 2 fish a day average per boat, and raising between 3 and 4 a day. But, catching an exotic sailfish, for just one day on the water, is still a good feat for most world class bill fish locations anywhere.
Inshore: Cheva, on the panga Dos Hermanos II, fished a day with clients from France out near the White Rocks. They were trolling Rapalas and got four 20 pound plus big eyed jacks, and a few sierra. Cheva told me the water was blue and clear.
Roosterfish Foundation founding member Dave Radosta has a condo here and fishes with Adolfo, on the panga Dos Hermanos, several times a year. Dave's main target is roosters. The many days on the water and gallons of sweat lost all paid off this Wednesday. One of his roosters was huge (the other being less than 20 pounds).
Here is what Dave had to say “We had action all day....Two roosters boated, lots of follows”.
|Another perspective of Dave's big rooster|
(Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)