WEATHER: Well wind has been plaguing us all last week with one day of the port being closed but in all reality with highs in the mid 80,s in the daytime and dropping to the low 60, at night. We cant ask for much better than this weather, there were a couple days of partial overcast and cloudy but still warm. you ever come to Cabo and spend a little time you will understand why so many people flock here and have a lot to do with the consistent weather.
WATER: Well the water is still like it was last week with not much change. Water temperatures lingering around 71 to 73 degrees, but offshore 5 to 8 miles there is much warmer water according to the Tempbreak.com map. Really kind of all over the place this year for weird water temperatures. Not the normal cycle we are accustomed to and I think this has affected the fact only a hand full of Yellowtail have shown this year.
This link which will show you water temperatures for the southern half baja
BILLFISH: Marlin fishing has been hit and miss. The areas that are producing are up on the Pacific side, but it has been tough to catch them. At the beginning of the week it was pretty good in the areas of the 1150 and the 95 spots as we were catching good numbers of fish on live bait and ballyhoo. Then the fish seemed to have moved to the Pacific up and around Rancho Migrino. So it has been unpredictable as to where we are going to find the fish, but lucky for us, we don't have to go for much of a boat ride to run into great fishing, cause we are in Cabo. Lucky Us!!!
DORADO: The Dorado fishing was happening up on the Pacific side around Ranch Migrinon and the guys were scoring the fish with lures along with live bait, but really not that many. It hasn't been to good, but a few.
WAHOO: A few Wahoo around, but really not a lot. The ones that were caught were using rapalas dragged with Downriggers. I understand this was effective on some occasions this past week.
TUNA: At the beginning of the week we did have one good day for Tuna at the San Jamie Banks. We were using king busters and cedar plugs, but before long they were just gone. That's fishing for Tuna in Cabo, sometimes there here on top of us and sometimes we have to run 25 miles to get to them.
INSHORE: The inshore fishing has been pretty decent with with some Sierras and even a few Yellowtail reported off the Pedregal Rocks on rapalas and jigging iron. We expect when the water has finally cooled some, we will see some better inshore action, on Sierras and yellow tail.