Roosters crow . . . Tuna choke

Inshore action dominated, with roosterfish being the most consistent catch. One client caught and released three in one day – 30-, 40- and 60-pounds. Meanwhile, Baja on the Fly hosted a group of fly fishers seeking roosters from the beach and all four anglers succeeded. When they left, they vowed that they would be returning for more roosters-on-the-fly next year.

Baja on the Fly hosted a group of fly fishers seeking roosters from the beach.

All four anglers succeeded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Offshore action was scattered throughout the Bay of Palmas including a few dorado plus a couple of more blues along with some stripeys and sails.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuna what can I say? There were more served on a plate than on a hook.

This week’s count (An R signifies released)

2 Blue Marlin 1R
7 Striped Marlin 4R
1 Sailfish R
29 Dorado
22 Tuna
1 Amberjack
1 Snapper
68 Roosterfish R

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