PHOTO GALLERY AND

FISHING AND CONDITION REPORT

WEEK: September 4th week

 
We are going to leave our main attraction of last week, because is very impresive: Mr. Togo Hazard from San Diego, CA, with Capt Vicente Cosio, mate Nestor and Abraham. They left on board of Dottie BII on Monday 14th around 6:45am and they came back at 12:30pm with this amazing catch: 6 Yellowfin Tuna the biggest caught it by Mr. Togo Hazard of 158 Lb at his 87 years old.
Mr Harold Davis from Indianapolis fish fro three days with Capt. Juan Garcia on the Alegria and on his last day he caught this beautiful 80 lb Yellowfin Tuna.
James Kussell (New York, NY) and John Oliver (West Palm Beach, FL) finish their four fishing days trip with Capt. Alex and his brother Carlos with this nice Yellowfin Tuna and dorados.
As always Capt Vicente Cosio made his clients their best trip ever. Mr. Jean Claude Langue and his son Pierre, released 3 Sailfish and 1 Striped Marlin, plus one Dorado, very good for a first timer.
Another great day for the Langue´s, one big tuna for each plus 4 dorado.
Mr. Robert McDonald caught more than 10 dorados by himself with Capt. Alex on the Mosca
El Señor Bill Owens and his friend John Davis with this awesome bottom fishing day.
   

From: Sept 18th to  24th, 09

Total boats out:28 Fishermen: 27

Weather Temps: High 90's-100's 

Water Temperature:  84°- 88°

  Type

Capture

Release

Total

  Swordfish ~ ~ ~

  Blue Marlin

~

~

~

  Black  Marlin

~

~

~

  Striped Marlin

~

5

5

  Sailfish

~

8

8

  Dorado

92

31

123

  Tuna

18

~

18

  Wahoo

5

~

5

  Roosterfish

~

~

~

  Grouper

~

~

~

  Shark 

~

1

1

  Snapper

31

~

31

  Jack Crevalle

~

~

~

  Amberjack

~

~

~

  Bonito

5

~

5

  Yellowtail

~

~

~

  Ladyfish

~

~

~

  Pompano

1

~

1

  Triggerfish

~

1

1

  Squid

32

~

32

  Cabrilla

18

12

30

  Skipjack Tuna

~

70

70

  Sierra

~

~

~

  Rainbow Runner

~

~

~

 

 

Water Temperature: It looks that everything is remaining very constant around here, we barely have temperature changes, maybe as soon as we enter October we notice some drastic changes on our water at the East Cape.

Air Temperature: We had some very hot days, but more than everything humid, but acceptable for this time of the year, but if this means better fishing who cares!

Fishing Spots and Distance: Most of the fishing was done by Los Frailes area, also at the Farito, that is south from Los Frailes, about 30 miles south from the Hotel. Some of our boats also fished the Lighthouse area getting some dorados from there. Another guys went out about 40 miles east, and found many tuna schools in the area.

Off-shore Fishing: The biggest bite was on dorado, lots of 20 pounders in Los Frailes area, tuna slowed down this week but the ones caught remain very good size. Billfish came back we saw a lot this week, but only 23 were caught, but thats a good sign for you guys coming on October.


In-shore Fishing: With the squid on the area let me tell you that bottom fishing is great, lots of snapper, cabrilla and other different kinds of fish are biting at the banks of the area.

Bait Used: We remain using sardines and jacks, plus the all the squid you would like to take.


Highlight of the Week:


Our good friends James Kussel and John Oliver ended up their week with two very nice 80 lb Yellowfin tuna.

Mr. Jean Claude Langue first timer, made 3 Sailfish and 1 Striped Marlin with his son Pierre from SLC, UT.





See you next week!!!



Saludos from your second home in paradise!



Felipe Valdez

 

 

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