|Fabien Chantri with Adolfo on the panga Dos Hermanos|
With the blue water in Zihuatanejo Bay, the average surface temperatures have actually increased a couple of degrees to 87°. Hurricane Sandra passed well out to sea, and the tail didn’t even swing around to give us some needed rain.
|Kevin Viandier with Adolfo|
Offshore – The sailfish are doing well with 5-6 raised fish per boat, and many boats hooking 2-3 fish a day. The dorado action is picking up some, but it seems to be closer inshore, which is explained by the blue water being on the beach.
|Noe with one of the "eating" type of fish he and Gord were targeting|
Mark Denison, from Kamloops Canada, is back at his house on the beach in La Barrita again this year. He is scoring on about 6 to 10 small jack crevalle a day from the beach, and only fishing an hour or so. Plus, he picked up a couple of small roosters. He told me he saw some huge roosters, which were just out of reach for his 80-100 yard casts.
Tom Kifoyle of Kasilof Alaska fished a day with Mark Dennison and I down at Puerto Vicente Guerrero for 10 jack crevalle and a couple of smaller roosters. All fish were taken on surface popping lures. Tom, back up in Alaska, says all top water fishing for him now is with an ice auger.Ed Kunze
(Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)