|Rachel and Kyle with her 1st rooster. Taken on live bait fishing with Jesus|
With the 82° blue water has moved out to the 100 fathom line and about 5-6 miles off the beach. This has actually improved the overall fishing for both inshore and offshore.
Offshore.. What a difference a couple of weeks have made. With the relatively cooler water, the sailfish bite has picked up to where we are raising several fish a day, and hooking an average of two per boat per day.
|Kyle with his large sail. The fished was released and not even|
taken out of the water.
|Rachel and Cheva with her 1st sailfish|
Plus, dorado are showing up again. Not in large numbers, but they are very decent in size and averaging between 20-25 pounds. And, there have been several yellowfin tuna caught, with a few blue marlin to round out the possible options. For both the marlin and tuna, it is still a hit or miss situation and being in the right place at the right time, but it is very encouraging they are even showing up.
|One of Kyle's jacks while fishing with Jesus|
Kyle Herr, and fishing partner Rachel, of Minn. fished a day with Cheva on the panga Dos Hermanos II. This is what he emailed me: We had a great day with número uno capitan Cheva. Rachel caught her first sail yesterday was told approximately 70 to 80 lb. Then I caught my first sail Cheva said approximately 110 to 120 lb. We spotted Rachel's and drug the baits by it; saw it come up and nail it. We also lost a yellowfin tuna when the line broke after we spotted working birds, porpoise, and yellowfin.
|Mike Oristian, from Richmond Virginia, fished with Adolfo|
on the panga Dos Hermanos for this fly caught rooster
Inshore action for roosters and jack crevalle is still doing well. The fishing has been
|And her jack crevalle with Jesus|
Kyle and Rachel also fished a day down at Puerto Vicente Guerrero with Mark Denison and a day with Jesus (Hay-zoos) on the third Dos Hermanos panga.
(Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)
|At the end of the day, all all Kyle has is memories of the huge rooster he|
lost down at Puerto Vicente, and a straightened hook.
|Mark Denison is still doing well shore fishing in front of his|
house at La Barrita