After a bumpy mid-June, fishing began to settle down providing great conditions with no wind and comfortable temperatures in the mid-90s during the day with cooler evenings. No wind at all throughout the week, allowing everyone to enjoy the really good fishing we had. Water temperatures snapped right back to normal, into the low-80s.
Tuna action was up and down, with fish to 30 pounds. The good news was the arrival of more dorado; that put smiles on everyone’s faces including my Dad.
Most of the tuna bite was the 88 area and beyond, maybe 10 to 15 more miles from the 88. Dorado were found at the buoys and La Ribera area. Bottom fishing at the
banks was great for some quality-sized fish.
1 Blue Marlin 1st of the year for us.
11 Striped Marlin 10R
7 Sailfish 7R
92 Dorado 28 R
51 Roosterfish 51R
2 Jack crevalle 2R
27 other species
Chuy Valdez with a 35 lb dorado.
Emilia Muñoz with a Tuna
Wall2Wall group from Salt Lake City, total of 36 fisherman that visited this week.