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 Apr 5, 2009; 12:57PM - great trout technique
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Tip&Trick Description 1: when fishing for trout they are attracted to ligh and dark colors so use 2 different grub colors like black and green at a the same time

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 Jul 8, 2002; 11:44AM - Cabo Fishing Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
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“Fly Hooker” Sportfishing


WEATHER: Finally nice weather! We have had daytime highs in the mid 80’s to low 90’s and
nighttime lows in the mid 70’s! No need to wear a sweater in the evening and the humidity is not
high so everything is perfect. Most of this week we had scattered high clouds over Cabo and
some lower altitude clouds on the Pacific side. Afternoon winds from the northwest at 10-15
knots but almost nothing blowing in the mornings. (No Son Of Mine)

WATER: Since the start of the week the temperature break on the Pacific side, the location of
the 71 degree band, has slowly been receding to the west. It was almost within 5 miles of the
coast for a while last week and now we need to go a long way to get to it. There is light blue
water closer to home on the Pacific side but it doesn’t seem to hold the amount of fish as the 71
degree water. Due to the afternoon winds the water chops up considerably in the afternoon out
there and it can be a bumpy ride back. Closer to shore up around the lighthouse the current line
has some pretty choppy conditions as well, regardless of the time of day. On the Sea of Cortes
side of the Cape we have been watching the approach of warm water, up in the high 70’s and low
80’s, all week long. It is now covering the Gorda Banks and the 1150 and 95 spots. Under usual
conditions this is exactly what we are looking for, as there is a distinct temperature break in front
of the warm water. However it seems that the warm water is an off-green color, at times almost
pea soup or as one captain called it, “whale ka-ka” green. If and when it clears up the fishing
should be great there, and the long run to the fish a thing of the past. There is clear water on the
Cortez side but it is a long run to get out of the pea soup stuff, as long as 35 miles to the
southeast. Guess that’s about as bad as the 30 mile run to the San Jaime! (Jesus He Knows Me)

BAIT: Most of the bait this week has been Mackerel and Mullet, both of which are still selling
for $2 each bait. Someone has said there are Sardinas around, but I have not been able to confirm
that. (Driving The Last Spike)

BILLFISH: Marlin spots for the week have been to the west side of the San Jaime and to the
southeast of the Cabrillo Seamount, both of them long runs. The bite has almost been 100%
Striped Marlin and they have been urged to feed on a mix of both lures and live bait. For the live
bait Mackerel have been preferred over Mullet and in lures a squid pink color on a straight
running pusher has brought a lot of fish to the boats. Most of these Marlin are running 140
pounds, up a bit from the average size of 120 pounds. There have been quite a few fish
approaching the magic 200 pound mark as well. Most of the fish have been found in small
schools, not many of them have been singles and that has meant that there have been lots of
multiple hook-ups. Yeah! (I Can’t Dance)

YELLOWFIN TUNA: Most of the Yellowfin Tuna that have been caught this week have been
football fish in the 8-20 pound class and almost every one of them has been caught out at the San
Jaime bank. These have been non-associated fish, found by blind trolling instead of being with
Dolphin or kelp pads. Fish this size have been eating almost anything put in front of them, from
Mean Joe Green Marlin lures to cedar plugs, it hasn’t seemed to matter. A GPS comes in real
handy with these schools since then you can plot the direction they are taking when you hook-up
the second time. (Never A Time)

DORADO: The majority of the Dorado caught this week were found in the direction of the San
Jaime and Golden Gate Banks. The afternoon winds seem to have broken up most of the kelp
pads that were in the area and the current has carried off a lot of the others but there are still fish
under the ones remaining, as well and fish out in the open. The sizes have ranged from 6 pounds
to 35 pounds with an occasional larger bull in the mix. Live bait, chunks, strips, iron and top
water poppers have all found success on the pads with live bait accounting for the larger fish. On
the Sea of Cortez there have not been as many Dorado caught but the average size has been 25
pounds with a few in the 40-50 pound range. Most of these have been caught on lures pulled for
Striped Marlin and they have shown no preference in colors. (Dreaming While You Sleep)

WAHOO: A few fish have been found under the kelp pads on the Pacific Banks but that has been
about it as far as these speedsters are concerned. Maybe next week with the new moon the bite
will improve! (Tell Me Why)

INSHORE: Pacific side is cold and rough but has delivered some good Sierra and Red Snapper
for those willing to get bounced around. The Sea of Cortez is finally delivering a few good sized
Roosterfish but nothing like we have been expecting. Maybe as the water blues up the bite will
get better, because the temperature is great! There have been a few small Dorado caught on both
sides of the Cape as well in less than 100 feet of water, but not in any concentrations I have heard
of. Living Forever)

NOTES: If the Sea of Cortez water blues up then watch for the action to get red-hot. Reports
of the fishing off of the East Cape have been great and soon these fish should be in our area as
well! Meanwhile, we are going out this week a few times to have fun with the football Tuna and
the Dorado on light gear, what a blast. And, if things go just right, a chance to get a tag into a
Striped Marlin caught on the Penn 12T! This weeks music by “Genesis” on their 1991 Atlantic
Recording CD “We Can’t Dance”.


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