Pisces Fishing Reports
This week was bit on the up and down side, but that was due to the seas rather than the fishing. With hurricane Cosme to the south of us, there was no immediate threat to the Los Cabos area as it spun westward into the Pacific, but it did cause some very big seas, which led to the port being closed partially for a couple of days. The large swells continued for several days causing a number of anglers to get sea-sick and asking to return to port.
This week we saw quite a drop on billfish catches, but this was a case of them moving beyond the regular reach of day charter boats, rather than them not biting. When studying the sea surface temperatures it was pretty evident that that the fish had moved up to the East Cape beyond the range of charters leaving out of Cabo, nevertheless there were still some strays off of Punta Gorda and Destiladeras; in fact the week started out with steady catches of one and two marlin each, before turning into three days where even our top marlin boats got “skunked”.
: We were very pleased with the marlin fishing this week as it was so consistent. Boats regularly caught one to three fish in the 100 to 150 lb. class and some occasionally doing even better with four or five. The fishing did move a little further away than last week with the best catches taking place off of San Jose at Punta Gorda. Pisces El Gallo had the best day this week with five marlin released for Carl Jerome and Jose Smith from Iowa; they also boated a 25 lb. dorado.
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