Finally Fishing, Marlin, Tuna, Dorado, All Happening Now!
Written by: Stan Gabruk owner of Master Baiter´s Sportfishing & Tackle
They say that a picture can speak a thousand words, then this week I’ll let the Pictures do the talking for the most part. But for the person who craves details, here they are. Corbetena is still looking good with Sailfish, Marlin from 300 to 600 lbs, Small Dorado and Yellowfin Tuna Footballs to 60 lbs with reports of many YF Tuna in the 90 lb range. With Plenty of “Skippies”, Goggle Eyes, Flying fish and more a ten hour trip to this area, is producing with better than a 70% shot at boating a Marlin! El Banco is showing much the same, the only question is which direction? For the most part with Corbetena doing so well, why not save some fuel dollars at the rock?
The area around Punta Mita to El Morro is a little thin when it comes to a pulse, but the area behind El Morro is showing great numbers of Sailfish and with a possible Marlin a few miles farther out this is an area that should not be ignored. Punta Mita is seeing small Dorado around any trash line, log or floating debris. Not too large, but this will continue to improve. Sighs nor Sailfish near Sayulita and points north, worth a try. Rooster fish are in and out, find a sandy shore and see what happens in the surf.
Inside the bay we’re looking at the same old story, rain in the evenings create some dirty water that has to be dealt with. But find some clean water and the fishing is great. Around Yelapa there are twenty pound Football Tuna to 40 lbs if lucky, Dorado around Los Arcos, Sailfish possible here as well. Jack Crevalls are thin in numbers but still taking baits as are Sierra Mackerels which are strangely roaming the bay with warm water. Snook around the river mouths and snapper around structure. The bay is alive and well making a four to six hour bay trip well worth the effort!
Bite is happening around 11, late for sure so sleep in. Water temperatures are perfect at 85 degrees with mostly blue water except in the bay. Baits to use are Goggle eyes, Skipjack Tuna and Lures of the Iguana nature, the ones that mimic Dorado are working the best. And there you go, a Quick report with lots of pictures!
Until next week, Don´t forget to kiss Your Fish!
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