week were affected by Hillary, a storm that sent some rain and wind, as it was
turning East about 500 miles South of us, still me we managed to catch some
fish. But it was getting even better as everything was settling in by the end of
Fishing Spots and Distance: It
has been a short ride to the fishing grounds, still winds made
it uncomfortable early in the week, once Hillary moved away
everything started going very strong and very close.
Early in the
week with the winds and all, our fleet continue to score some
billfish, still a lot of the fishing was being done right in
front of La Rivera, where they found some tuna, pargo, amberjack
and skip-jacks. Latter in the week they found sardine and great
tuna fishing under the porpoises.
was definitely the most affected by the visiting storm, but everything was fine
one everything came back to normal. Still our good friends Mr. Cooper, Larson,
Artus, Brown, Wendt and Zeiler managed to do very well with the fly.
Bait Used: It
was stuff getting bait early in the week, but we manage to get some caballitos,
mackerel, among other bait, but the good news is that by the end of the week,
the bait guys were selling sardine down by La Rivera, this is a first this year.
Highlight of the Week: Of course we have
heard of a lot of blues being caught in the past week, but
this is definitely a high light of the week and probably
among the best of the whole year. Mr. Al Larson landed and
successfully released a blue on the fly. Our most sincere
congrats on this great accomplishment. OUR STANDING OVATION
and OUR HATS OFF TO HIM.
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