Increasing Water Temperatures, Summer Species Moving in, Dorado, Stripers, Sailfish

Normally during winter or cold water season our fishing charter “bread and butter” species like Jack Crevalles never really showed up in decent numbers. Sailfish which normally come in about mid-march have finally decided to make an appearance. With rising water temperatures as mentioned we’re seeing the first signs of Dorado moving in. Sailfish are now being caught off Punta Mita and El Morro as well as Corbetena. Bait fish have increased drastically which is “fishing” insurance. And there is plenty to tell this week so let’s get started.

Water Temps Drop Again, Roosters in Sayulita, Freak Fishing

With a title like that, you must be wondering what this is all about. We’ve been waiting for the “cold” water all winter. Well it’s finally here as we see another dip in water temperatures and an increase in Krill squids and shrimp, Sardines and more. With massive amounts of bait it can present a challenge to get fish to take your offering or presentation (aka baits). Everyone is catching fish, some days are better than others. But if you don’t catch fish now, you must be either jinxed or on a boat with an “unlucky” captain. All and all the fishing is great, short days, longer durations, it doesn’t matter so get on the water already!!