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 Nov 5, 2012; 11:23AM - Cabo Bite Report
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Captain George Landrum
Cabo Fish Report
October 29-November 4, 2012

WEATHER: It was a pleasure this week to be out and about in Cabo as our daytime highs never seemed to top the mid 90's. That was the middle of the day and even then there was so little humidity it did not feel hot. At night we got into the mid 70's, not cool enough for a sweater but perfect for walking around. As a matter of fact, this week was perfect for hanging at the beach, getting out on the golf course or spending time on the water. With clear skies all week long plenty of visitors were able to work on their tans as well.
WATER: The Pacific side of the Cape had swells at 2-5 feet all week long, and with light breezes from the northwest most of the week there was some slight chop late in the day, but never anything uncomfortable. The water between San Jaime and Golden Gate Banks averaged 82 degrees while the water right along the beach was several degrees warmer. On the Cortez side the water was several degrees warmer at 85 degrees at the beginning of the week and dropping an average of ˝ to 1 degree at the end of the week. With swells at small to non-existent the water was almost like glass with light wind riffles until Saturday. On Saturday the wind changed direction and started coming from the East. This gave a bit of chop to the water but with the small swells it was nothing to worry about. As the week went on the currents pushed the warmer water from the Cortez side across the tip of the Cape and it's influence was starting to be felt directly off of the Cape, which had been a continuation of the Pacific side early in the week.
BAIT: Caballito and Mullet could be had at $3 each, but the number of Mullet seem to be dropping off. Once the water cools a few more degrees there should be a few Mackerel showing up as well. There were Sardinas at $25 a bucket and you could get frozen horse Bally-hoo at $3 each.
BILLFISH: The number of Striped Marlin caught this week was not impressive, my guess is that about 20% of the boats managed to get a billfish. A few boats managed to get their anglers into two fish, but they were the exception. Most of the action seemed to happen on the Pacific side right in the transition zone between the warm and slightly cooler water off of the beach, but there were also fish found on the Cortez side at the 95 Spot and the 1150, though those fish were more likely to just look at a lure or bait than eat. There are still a few Sailfish around as well, but once again they are not in the numbers we were seeing a month ago. I did not hear of any large Blue or Black Marlin being caught this week, but there were several small ones reported released, and I did see several small Blues brought into the main dock area.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: There has been a very good bite on football sized Yellowfin tuna from 8 to 15 pounds near shore between Grey Rock and Palmilla this week. These Yellowfin are mixed in with “White” Skipjack in the same size range and have offered anglers great action all morning long as long as the Sardinas chum lasts. With these Skipjack being good eating, unlike the “Black” Skipjack (with the three black spots at the base of the pectoral fin) there has been plenty of good eating fish available. For larger Yellowfin almost the only other option was working the grounds at the Gorda Banks. There were not a large number of fish caught every day, but there were quality fish. Putting in the time while drifting live baits or slow trolling a down-rigger or chunking cut bait and Sardinas sometimes resulted in a cow Yellowfin over 200 pounds. Offshore the action was extremely slow as the pods of porpoise that were found tended not to have any fish associated with them. There were a few exceptions, but the fish were not large ones, mainly in the 20-30 pound class. I guess you can figure out where most of the boats in this weeks Tuna tournament are going to be fishing, huh?

DORADO: Good one week and not the next, then good again, what can we say? The Dorado action this week was very good with almost everyone wanting them coming in with limits. There was a lot of consistent, but scattered action along the Pacific coastline as boats worked their way from the arch all the way to Todo Santos. One fish here, two fish there, and so on until a limit was had. A few boats were able to find floating debris offshore and filled limits working one spot, but most boats on the Pacific had to cover ground. On the Cortez side, boats that were working the Yellowfin and Skipjack just off the beach also had some good Dorado action as the chumming attracted these fish as well. It seems that the fish found on the Pacific side were slightly larger averaging 15 pounds while the fish with the tuna were averaging 10 pounds.
WAHOO: Wahoo action was sporadic this week, unlike the action last week. A few fish were caught, and the heavy chumming by boats fishing tuna brought Wahoo as well as the Dorado into the area. There were a few baits cut off that the anglers never knew had been touched as the razor toothed fish swiftly sliced through the light mono leader, but still a few were landed. Boats trolling Rapallas and Marauders did fair as they worked the drop-offs along the beach and pulled them over the high spots, but a lot of time was spent for just a few fish overall.
INSHORE: You can almost consider the Yellowfin, Skipjack and Dorado bite as inshore fishing since the main concentration was in less than 300 feet of water, and since it has been so good, few of the Pangas did any fishing right on the beach. Those that did found a few smaller sized Roosterfish, plenty of Needle-fish, a scattering of Jack Crevalle but not a lot of anything else. I did hear of a few Sierra being caught, but not any large numbers.
FISH RECIPE: Check the blog for this weeks recipe!
NOTES: The big news this week is the Yamaha/Western Outdoor News Tuna Tournament. It is only $800 to enter so it is affordable to everyone, which has made it known as the Blue-Collar or Working Mans tournament. There are jackpots, drawings, prizes and parties galore. Registration is on Wednesday with the fishing taking place on Thursday and Friday with the awards ceremony on Saturday. You can get more information at the official website, It makes for a hectic week, and it's lots of fun. I have know teams to put together enough money to enter and never fish or plan to fish, they just want a chance to win the prizes and attend the parties! I will give the results in next weeks report if you want to check it out. This weeks report was written to the music of violinist Alex Dupue and guitarist Miguel De Hoyos on their album “Underground Whispers in A”. Google these guys and check out the music! Until next week, tight lines!

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San Jose del Cabo

November 4, 2012

Anglers –

The Los Cabos area is now bustling with anglers, visitors are enjoying
pristine weather conditions and with no new threatening storms forming at
this time, it appears this same favorable pattern will continue. Mornings
are cooler, light sweatshirt are recommended, skies have been clear,
pleasantly warm, reaching the low 80’s. Trade winds at daybreak were from
offshore and then the breeze would shift from out of the north/northeast.
At times the seas were choppy in the direction of Iman and the East Cape.
Ocean water temperatures were averaging 81/84 degrees and clean blue water
is now found within a mile shore.

Anglers found comfortable seas, particularly closer to shore, where some of
the most consistent fishing action for the past few weeks has been. The
grounds off of Santa Maria to Cerro Colorado have produced a quality mix of
yellowfin tuna, skipjack, dorado and wahoo. No significant numbers of wahoo
yet, but everyday some are being hooked into on trolled lures, Rapala XRaps
in purple have been taking a good share of strikes. The majority of the
wahoo strikes reportedly were taken earlier in the day, then the action on
the yellowfin tuna skipjack and dorado dominated the bite. Yellowfin tuna
in the 10 to 16 lb. class were schooling with what the locals refer to as
“white skipjack”, very feisty aggressive fish which are fair eating as
well, unlike the black skipjack

The recent full moon was exceptionally bright and seemed to slow the action
down a notch or two. Heavy boat pressure now as well, Los Cabos is no
longer the small fishing town it was, hard to keep a hot spot secret, the
word is out that the cow sized yellowfin tuna are schooling on the Gordo
Banks. Everyday tuna of 200 pounds are being landed, no great numbers, but
there are a handful of impressive sized tuna being landed daily. Some days
more than others, at times the yellowfin would show breezing the surface or
be seen feeding in the chunk bait slick, these fish are present in force,
but are finicky to bite, all of these larger grade of tuna are striking on
various baits, live, dead, chunk or combinations. Anglers are now mainly
drift fishing baits while chumming, normally a recipe of sardinas mixed
with chunks of skipjack. It is wise to use heavier 80 pound tackle,
fluorocarbon 80 to 120 lb. has been most common leader, as these tuna
became progressively more line shy through the past week. Largest yellowfin
tuna brought in this week for the local panga fleet was landed by Michael
Brady of Pasadena and weighed in at 280 pounds. Brady was fishing aboard
the 23 ft. “Katie” with skipper Jesus Pino on the Gordo Banks, fish
apparently hit on a couple of dead sardinas mixed with a piece of skipjack
chunk bait. Other specimens up to 260 lb. were brought to the docks and of
course many big fish were lost after long battles due to broken lines or
pulled hooks.

During the full moon period baitfish are often harder to find, they seem to
scatter into deeper waters. Despite having to search harder, bait netters
were able to find sufficient supplies of sardinas and these have definitely
been the choice of bait necessary for the inshore football tuna, skipjack
and dorado action. Larger concentrations of schooling sardinas were found
from Palmilla, towards Santa Maria, on some days pangeros were able to find
the baitfish in close proximity of the PLC jetty entrance. Depending on
where charters were able to obtain bait dictated on which fishing grounds
were in practical range. For this reason not that many numbers of charters
did fish the Iman to San Luis area this past week, those that did had mixed
reports, encountering wind chop, some anglers reported one or two fish and
others caught eight to ten. A mix of dorado, tuna and a chance at wahoo.
The yellowfin found around Iman Bank were larger than the fish off of Santa
Maria, some of these were to 20/25 pounds.

Not much bottom action these days, with tuna and other surface species now
available most charters are targeting these fish. As water temperatures
drop a few degrees we expect some better options for bottom dwellers to
open up.

The combined panga fleets out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos Marina, sent
out approximately 182 charters for the week, with anglers accounting for a
fish count of:

20 wahoo, 8 sailfish, 355 dorado, 1160 yellowfin tuna, 6 amberjack, 4
dogtooth snapper, 16 sierra, 24 pargo and 1500 skipjack .

Good Fishing, Eric

Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147

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