Pisces Fishing Reports
This week’s fishing has been true to the season, with a few outstanding catches, but mostly, inconsistent. This may be due more to the weather than the fishing itself, or maybe its been the combination of both. We have experienced intermittent winds this week, with one day especially, howling. Other days brought more success to anglers, with up to 3 striped marlin releases aboard, more yellowtail, snapper, and small game fish such as Sierra mackerel, ladyfish and grouper. We saw only a few dorado sprinkled in and some vessels actually managed to find some decent tuna schools, which we hadn't seen last week at all.
Marlin numbers this week in Cabo stayed pretty consistent compared to last week. With again, the top boat producing 6 striped marlin released in one day. “Other” Catches, referring to small game such as yellowtail, sierra mackerel, jack crevalle, grouper, red snapper and others, increased quite nicely and made for lots of fun, especially for many of our young anglers. Tuna numbers decreased, and only a few Dorado were found in this week as well.
Another great week of fishing in Cabo with a very nice surprise billfish appearance to close out the week! The striped marlin showed up in big numbers at Golden Gate, with up to 6 striped marlin caught and released per boat. Yellowfin tuna numbers also held steady this week, with a slight increase in tuna numbers caught per boat. Top boats caught up to 25 tuna per boat and the small game action continues to be good, with the majority of catches being of species like red snapper, yellowtail, amberjack, ladyfish and grouper. Still seeing a few mako sharks sprinkled into catches this week also.
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