|Photo by Adolfo - an incredible sunrise|
With the 82° blue water still just off the beach, the cooling trend is definitely on, and perhaps we are finally starting to shake off the El Niño effects…Namely catching fish again..
|Capt. Doug Schreiber with a a nice yellowfin|
Offshore.. The offshore is still very slow, with only a sailfish or two caught, or even raised to the spread, by each boat per day. Look for next week’s fish count to rise. The yellowfin tuna are still a hit or miss situation.
However, Capt. Doug Schreiber of Wisconsin, host of the “On the Water Adventures” fished two days with Anuar on the panga Perigrino. He and his fishing partner, Tim Quadracci got two sailfish the first day, and two sails the second day, with a nice yellowfin as a bonus.
|After several tries, Steve Rahmy finally got his sailfish.|
|Brady Field of Wisconsin fished a day down at Puerto Vicente Guerrero |
with Mark Denison
|On the panga Dos Hermanos with Adolfo|
Inshore action for roosters and jack crevalle is still do well. The fishing has been outstanding for the large jacks, and several roosters are being caught also.
(Director of the Roosterfish Foundation, IGFA Representative)
|Mark Hayter and Jane Montgomery with a double header on small dorado|
on the fly rods. They were fishing with Ramon out of Majahua and in
|Mario Deperio is staying at Barra Potosi and got into some|
excellent beach action on large jack crevalle