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Fishing Reports

Pisces Fish Report—January 21st to January 27th, 2017

Date: 1/29/2017

We had less boats go out this week than last, and fishing was hit or miss depending on the day. Yellowfin tuna was our top catch this week with 67% of Pisces boats bringing in tuna in the 15-30 pound range. Fishing remained on the Pacific side over a large swath of fishing spots; each of them producing their own different catches. Inshore fishing continues to be productive and fun with roosterfish, jack crevalle, red snapper, sierra mackerel, skipjack and other species being landed. The most prolific boat this week was the Pisces Rebecca captained by JR Alucano headed out to the Finger Bank near Todos Santos on the 25th & 26th with a group of anglers from Millbrook, New York. On the first day they caught and released. . .


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Pisces Fish Report—January 14th to January 20th, 2017

Date: 1/24/2017

There were far fewer boats trips out this week than last, and the catch success rate was at 85% of all boats. There were varied catches throughout the week, although it was mainly a small yellowfin tuna kind of week, with 43% of boats landing them. Smaller game fish associated with inshore fishing were very common this week, lending itself to a great variety of fish species being seen by our anglers this week. There was much of the extremely good eating sierra Spanish mackerel


Fishing Reports

Pisces Fish Report— January 7th to January 13th, 2017

Date: 1/17/2017

We saw an excellent catch success rate this week, with most of the boats that went out catching some fish. Overall it was smaller game this week, as our other category hits 35% of total catches. Pisces boats saw a varied basket of good eating smaller game fish; many boats are catching sierra mackerel, grouper, sea bass, red snapper, etc. The most landed species this week is yellowfin tuna, with 63% of Pisces boats landing them, most of the tuna landed this week were on the smaller side, although that wasn’t the whole picture, as we did have some impressive large tuna caught on two boats.


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Pisces Fish Report—December 31st, 2016 to January 6th, 2017

Date: 1/8/2017

The New Year started this week, and fishing was hit or miss depending on the day (crews had January 1st off), but even with that we saw 84% of all trips land fish. Although last week we saw many large tuna landed throughout Cabo, this week most of the yellowfins were in the football tuna range. The Finger Bank remains productive for those willing to spend the extra money on fuel. Top boat of the week was definitely the Pisces Valerie, captain Roberto Sandez who put the Dow’s from Greenbrae, California on seven striped marlin on both the 4th and 5th of January.


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Pisces Fish Report—December 24th to December 30th, 2016

Date: 1/8/2017

Christmas and New Year’s week (minus Christmas day which everyone had off) brought us in a mixed bag when it comes to fishing, while there were a number of boats skunked this week. We also saw others with great catches, and a varied number of smaller species also made an appearance. This week we had roosterfish, skipjack, yellowtail, sierra mackerel, red snapper and wahoo, all brought on board Pisces boats. The main news this week was the comeback of the large yellowfin tuna to Cabo, or more specifically the ever-productive Finger Bank. We saw three boats bring in tuna in the 300lbs range one day, with the Pisces Bill Collector bringing in a fish


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Pisces Fish Report—December 17th to December 23rd, 2016

Date: 12/26/2016

Fishing this week was a little bit less successful than last, with 79% of boats catching fish versus the almost perfect 98% catch success rate the last two weeks. Striped marlin was the main staple this week, although most plentiful of all was the other species category. The types of fish caught were also more varied, with greater inshore and smaller game fish being caught, too many different species to name them all in this report. Some of those species were red snapper, sheep’s head, grouper, sea bass, ladyfish and sierra mackerel.


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Pisces Fish Report—December 10th to December 16th, 2016

Date: 12/22/2016

We saw an overall decrease in boats trips this week, and numbers weren’t as impressive as of late, the fishing can’t be spectacular forever. Although with that being said, the boats that did go out ended up having some great catches. The main attraction as per ever was striped marlin this week, with fewer dorado catches than we had been seeing although it varied throughout the week. There were a lot of nice smaller game fish caught, with grouper, sea bass and jack crevalle as well as an odd wahoo or thresher shark (not really that small a game).


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Pisces Fish Report—December 3rd to December 9th, 2016

Date: 12/13/2016

For the first full week of December we saw dorado at the beginning of the week, then tapering off into more of a striped marlin bite, we saw a very high catch success rate this week, with 98% of boats landing fish. Starting us off with the largest number of dorado was the Pisces Adriana. Captain Nicolas Winkler put these clients from Phoenix, Arizona on 10 dorado out at Pozo de Cota. We also saw a lot more small game this week, with a healthy mix of jack crevalle, roosterfish, grouper, and amberjack. The panga La Gloria managed to catch and release six roosterfish of around 10-25lbs for a group of anglers visiting from England.


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Pisces Fish Report—November 26th to December 2nd, 2016

Date: 12/13/2016

This week we saw air temperatures decrease a bit and it definitely feels like winter has arrived, even though our winter is mild by all accounts compared to other places to the North. Striped marlin catches remain consistent and for those willing to spend the money on extra fuel, the Finger Bank near Todos Santos remains the top location. Incredible double-digit catches of marlin and dorado were had in that area. Dorado was the top fish caught this week, with nearly 80% of boats landing them, yellowfin tuna catches have continued to dwindle and in there place we’ve seen an increasing number of wahoo being boated. We also saw the odd blue marlin and jack crevalle.


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Pisces Fish Report— November 19th to November 25th, 2016

Date: 11/27/2016

This week was another good one with 93% of boats catching fish; it was definitely the time for dorado and striped marlin more than anything. As tuna catches were down to about 7%, however there was a pretty mixed bag of smaller inshore game with sierra mackerel, skipjack, grouper, triggerfish, pompano and roosterfish all landed this week. Those boats that ventured the furthest north on the Pacific side this week were again rewarded with high numbers of marlin catches, especially near Todos Santos and the Finger Bank.


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