PHOTO GALLERY AND

FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT

WEEK: October 2nd week

   
 

 
 

From: October 6th-12th, 2006

Total boats out:59 Fishermen: 179

Weather Temps: Mid 90's- Low 100's 

Water Temperature:  81- 88

  Type

Capture

Release

Total

  Swordfish ~ ~ ~

  Blue Marlin

~

6

6

  Black  Marlin

~

~

~

  Striped Marlin

1

18

19

  Sailfish

1

9

10

  Dorado

102

1

103

  Tuna

97

~

97

  Wahoo

1

~

1

  Roosterfish

~

~

~

  Grouper

~

~

~

  Shark 

~

~

~

  Snapper

1

~

1

  Jack Crevalle

~

~

~

  Amberjack

~

~

~

  Bonito

~

18

18

  Yellowtail

~

~

~

  Ladyfish

~

~

~

  Pompano

~

~

~

  Triggerfish

6

~

6

  Squid

~

~

~

  Cabrilla

~

~

~

  Skipjack Tuna

~

~

~

  Sierra

~

~

~

  Rainbow Runner

~

~

~

 

 

Water Temperature: Some rain this week, but it didn't make much difference in our Ocean, which continues to offered beautiful calm fishing.

 

Air Temperature: Still worm, but the fall weather is just around the corner, we should start seeing a small decrees in our weather temperature.  

 

 

Fishing Spots and Distance: It was very far for tuna, where our fleet was going North one day and South the next.     

 

Off-shore Fishing:  Even though fishing this week was a little slower than last week, there was plenty of fish for our fleet. Dorado was everywhere and nowhere, tuna was found quite far, but it was there for those willing to go far, and bill fishing was ok.

 

In-shore Fishing: Some roosters, some jacks, but you need to find the sardine to find the real action otherwise you will be trolling for a while.

 

Bait Used: No problem with bait lately, and we should continue the same way.

 

Highlight of the Week: Good number on blues this past week, it has been the best week for blues, and great thing was also that not one was kept. 

 

See you next week!!!

 

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