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Report Description: FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING
Captain George Landrum
Cabo Fish Report
February 19-25, 2007
WEATHER: Once again we had a partly cloudy week, but the skies did clear at the end. Our daytime highs were in the high 70ís and the nighttime lows in the low 60ís. No rain this week but it sure looked like it was going to on Tuesday!
WATER: Once the clouds cleared away at the end of the week we got a decent picture of the water temperatures. The Sea of Cortez stayed a pretty uniform 71 degrees all the way out past the Cabrillo Seamount and up past Punta Gorda. On the Pacific side there was warmer water, to 73 degrees, from the San Jaime bank and to the south. The Golden Gate Bank was at 71 degrees and close to shore on the Pacific and extending to the south-southeast of the Cape for at lest 40 miles was a five to ten mile wide band of green water at 68-70 degrees.
BAIT: Locally the only bait that I saw being sold was Mackerel and they were the usual $2 per bait. There were some Sardinas available up toward San Jose at the usual $20 per scoop.
BILLFISH: For most of the week the Marlin action remained in the vicinity of the 95 Spot and the 1150 with most boats getting bit on live bait thrown to Marlin spotted on the surface. There were a couple of days early in the week when a concentration of feeding fish was found up close to the beach on the Pacific side but these fish moved out rapidly. Close to home there have been scattered tailing fish found but no heavy concentrations. The bite seemed to be early, if you got out a bit late there was nothing going on.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: I had a couple of productive trips early in the week for Yellowfin and got into lots of porpoise that held Tuna on top of the San Jaime Banks and 10 miles to the west, at 32 miles out. Most of the fish were in the 25-pound class but we did get a couple of small 15 pound fish and a couple that went 45-50 pounds. The only lure that was consistent on them was the cedar plug, at least when the fish were marking deep on the depth sounder. When the fish popped up and started to boil they would hit anything. Later in the week a friend went and worked the same area and the fish had moved on. He said that the water was 73 degrees and blue but barren of life signs. Some boats were catching school tuna and footballs up around the Gorda Banks but that appeared to be a hit or miss thing as there were quite a few reports of boats only catching Bonita while using Sardinas for bait. A few boats caught a lot of these and then chunked them and were able to get a few of the Yellowfin to 40 pounds.
DORADO: There was no change this week in the Dorado report. Dorado continued to decline in numbers for almost everyone. There is always a lucky boat or two that manages to get onto a decent bite around floating debris and that happened to a couple of boats this week, but on the average it looked as if there were about two Dorado for every three boats. The action (what there was of it) was on the Cortez side of the Cape out around the 1150
WAHOO: A couple of boats reported getting bit off n trolling lures by Wahoo but I did not hear of anyone bringing any in.
INSHORE: Sierra, African Pompano, Yellowtail, Bonito, Skipjack, Jack Crevalle and an occasional Amberjack were the fish that were most commonly caught by anglers fishing from Pangas this week. Sierra were the inshore fish of the week as everyone was able to get good action from them using small hootchies in bright colors (green, a very bright green, was a favorite) as well as small Rapallas. Diamond jigs and iron slabs worked for the Yellowfin while cut bait was the ticket for good Pompano action. The Bonita, Skipjack and Jack Crevalle were all over dark colored hootchies trolled in water just a little farther off the beach.
NOTES: It appears that we are getting into that time of the year when the water becomes inconsistent in color and temperature. Normally that means that there will be Swordfish found on the surface so we are all hoping to start seeing a few of them soon. We were seeing large amounts of Humboldt Squid to 60 pounds feeding on red crab on the surface 10 miles offshore on the Pacific early in the week and caught a few. Great Calamari! Until next week, tight lines!