East Cape weather has been about as nice as it gets with calm seas and sunny skies.
Marlin fishing has been tough. Finding and sighting fish has been easy but getting them to bite has been frustrating. Boats are only getting one marlin out of ten to take the bait. Quality dorado has taken up some of the slack though. Fish as large as 50 pounds are in the mix every day.
In shore rooster fish and pompano are on the feed. Finding sardines for bait has been the key to success and not easy some days.
Yellowfin tuna have not arrived yet. I can't remember the last time we weren't knee deep in tuna by the middle of May. We did see a big school of them the other day in Cabo Pulmo Marine Park. That is a protected, no-fishing area but the sighting is a good sign of things to come.
Judy Montague got in on some of the great in shore fishing while staying at Rancho Leonero. She heard about Jen Wren and Leonero while fishing an Accurate long range trip.
Diego releases a rooster.
Judy hangs a bull dorado
Marlin are playing hard ball
We are working hard to get the bite.
Caught in the act! Baby turtles in the making.
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