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Crazy Currents, Changing Conditions is Challenging Puerto Vallarta Anglers

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Crazy Currents, Changing Conditions is Challenging Puerto Vallarta Anglers

 

 

It’s been a rough year for Puerto Vallarta Fishing all around. In April CNN spoke lies about the conditions in Mexico concerning Drug Issues, Swine Flu and the general state of Mexico. It put the brakes on all tourist related businesses and has hurt Puerto Vallarta to the bone. Now that we´ve entered November we’re all looking forward to people returning to our fair city, no matter what that may be. One thing for sure, whatever it is, it will be better than what we’ve been seeing for the last six months. 

But we’re into November now and tourism is returning, slowly but surely. Demand for Restaurants, Services, shops and yes Sportfishing in Puerto Vallarta is on the upswing. Conditions have changed a little this week, but that’s to be expected as currents dictate the ¨flow¨ of things when it comes to fish. We’ve seen the deep water locations of Corbeteña and El Banco run hot and cold. Hot in the form of warm water and cold as in Yellowfin tuna. First, the conditions for the last week were not great. We had a storm south of PV and a cold front come down from California causing rolling seas and rough days beyond the bay. Having said that, Sailfish, Blue and Striped Marlin (350 lbs), Dorado (40 lbs) and Cubera Snapper (45 lbs – 60 lbs) are still hanging around the rock at Corbeteña. At El Banco, Dorado have been running in the 45 lb range, Sailfish are large also in the 80 to 100 inch range and can be anywhere from 80 lbs to 130, it just depends. Yellowfin have been in and out at both locations, but your chances of boating one of these beauties right now is greater on the down side. Thank god for the other species or we’d be hurting for fish. 

Closer in to El Morro and the Marietta Islands what was so automatic last week is now a little more work. Sailfish, Jack Crevalls and Sailfish are still in the area. But it’s not like fishing in a barrel like last week. But using live bait, Google eyes or Skip Jack Tuna along with Petrileros lures of four to six inches will get you something to brag about as the blue plate special that evening! Haven’t seen any Rooster fish the last few days, but like always, things can change in a heartbeat. 

In the bay the fishing has returned to normal from the unusual conditions of Dorado in every nook and corner of the bay. Again with the current changes we’ve seen less Dorado, but plenty of Snappers, Roballo, Bonito, Needle fish, Skip Jack Tuna, Snook and more. The point off Cabo Correntes is showing signs of nice sized Sailfish and rumors of Rooster fish. May be worth the time and trouble. The trash line is fading and soon will be a thing of the past as the seasonal rains come to an end. If you can catch the trash line, it’s a fish machine and make sure you stop by and cast a few diamond jigs at it on the clean water side. This will make a slow day take off with action. 

Master Baiter’s has several boats open for the 54th Pez Vela Tournament in Puerto Vallarta coming up this November 11th through the 14th. I have several boats that were running at the normal daily price, not double that is the norm for tournaments… Contact me for more information or check out the web site at: www.fishvallarta(dot)com for all the details…..  

 Well, that’s enough for this week, until next time, don’t forget to kiss your fish…. 

You can contact me for more information at CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx  You can also be my Facebook Friend at: MasterBaitersPV@gmail.com and see my Fish Pic of the day. I also have a blog that is linked so if you´re interested in the daily happenings around Marina Vallarta and the fishing scene, connect with me and you´ll be informed and armed when it comes time to go fishing! It’s real time information and those in the area of Marina Vallarta will find it useful 

Master Baiters Sportfishing and Tackle ™ is a registered trade mark and is protected under Mexican and international law.  Unlawful use of this trade mark will result in prosecution to the full extent of the law in the applicable country We have World Famous T-shirts, Hats and other souvenirs items to choose from. We’re recommended in Fodor’s Travel guide for PV. Fishing and Tours Phone from Canada / USA: 011 52 322 209 11 28.. In P.V.: (322) 209 11 28 

. Because people are looking for deals, yet still want to hit the better fishing grounds, we at Master Baiter´s ® have started a Shared Boat Fishing Party for $250.00 usd per person. You´ll head out to Corbeteña with a well equipped boat and a ¨real¨ shot at boating that finned fantasy you came to Mexico for. You can contact me for more information at CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx  You can also be my Facebook Friend at: MasterBaitersPV@gmail.com and see my Fish Pic of the day. I also have a blog that is linked so if you´re interested in the daily happenings around Marina Vallarta and the fishing scene, connect with me and you´ll be informed and armed when it comes time to go fishing! It’s real time information and those in the area of Marina Vallarta will find it useful. I also post weather conditions like Hurricanes etc.  I am doing everything you can do including Twitter (MasterBaiters) and I also have a new fishing program where I do a show called Vallarta Fishing Experience (http://www.banderasnews.com/sfproductions/vallarta-fishing-experience.htm). We promote the Puerto Vallarta Yacht and Fishing Charter Association (PVYAFCA) in an effort to direct people to boats of better quality. 

We Still Guarantee Your Catch or 30% of your money back.  We are the only company I KNOW OF that does this anywhere! Only on specific company boats (company boats only in Marina Vallarta Store on the boardwalk). If you ask, we are also giving free hour fishing with every charter (except 12 hr charters) and a free T-shirt to who ever catches the biggest fish! That’s about a $125.00 usd value. Take advantage of this insider offer for reading my articles.  

Master Baiter´s now has a host of sites and features you can check out or become involved in. OK, if you´re interested in my Biweekly news letter contact me at: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx   Or My Public www.Flick.com  Photo gallery is here under the name: MasterBaiters.com.mx Puerto Vallarta!  Facebook:  MasterBaiter Stan …. My, Puerto Vallarta Sport Fishing Blog: www.masterbaiters.wordpress.com  We have World Famous T-shirts, Hats and other souvenirs items to choose from. We’re recommended in Fodor’s Travel guide for PV. Fishing and Tours Phone from Canada / USA: 011 52 322 209 11 28.. In P.V.: (322) 209 11 28 

Warning: There is a pirate Master Baiter’s site that is in the process of being closed down by the Mexican authorities both on the internet and in a store in town. But the legal system is slow in Mexico, so if you visit any cloned site that claims to be Master Baiter´s offering guaranteed prices, at sites OTHER than www.MasterBaiters.com.mx, you are NOT dealing with me (Stan Gabruk) directly, . They even say they´re me on the phone, so don´t be fooled by imposters!  

Master Baiters Sportfishing and Tackle ™ is a registered trade mark and is protected under Mexican and international law.  Unlawful use of this trade mark will result in prosecution to the full extent of the law in the applicable country

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