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 Jun 13, 2016; 07:29PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – May 8, 2016
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
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Anglers –

May 8, 2016





Only moderate crowds now visiting the Los Cabos area, despite weather being
ideal, high temperatures were ranging up near 90 degrees, but still
comfortable with the prevalent breezes, noting like the heat index that we
feel mid-summer. Last weekend we saw winds pick back up, actually starting
out of the north, then switching from the south, as two fronts were
colliding, then the new week started out nice, though once again later in
the week the wind patterns were sporadic, water clarity also deteriorated
compared to how clean it had been. Not that unusual to see these rapidly
changing conditions, this can be the on and off pattern now into July, when
the ocean environment becomes more stable.



Ocean temperatures are now ranging from the lower 70s on the Pacific side
of Cabo San Lucas, to an average of 76/77 degrees near the Gordo Banks and
further north. Nothing has changed on the bait situation, anglers are still
using squid strips, limited caballito, ballyhoo and other baitfish being
found on the fishing grounds. Sportfishing fleets are fishing in all
directions, searching for the best possible action, with the more
consistent catches being found from Red Hill, Palmilla Point areas, north
to Iman, San Luis and Vinorama. No particular spot was producing any wide
open action, though there were some decent catches accounted for, more so
from the super panga charters, compared to the cruisers. Pangas are just a
bit more versatile, stealthier and more suited for slow drift style fishing
over structure, versus the cruisers which are more geared for open water
action.



Striped marlin action dropped off again, we heard some sporadic reports
from the 1150 spot and some action straight off of San Jose del Cabo, no
big numbers though and no baitfish feeding frenzy reports. Earlier in the
week we saw more dorado than we have seen for some time, still no
significant numbers, but at least we saw a handful of respectable dorado in
the 15 to 20 lb. class. As fast as this action developed it diminished
later in the week to just seeing an occasional single smaller sized dorado,
a bit discouraging, but once again that is not abnormal for this time of
year.



Wahoo were being found from Red Hill, Palmilla, to Iman, San Luis and
Vinorama, sizes up to 45 lb. Some anglers landed as many as three, while
reporting many other lost hook ups. Strikes reportedly came on Rapalas,
rigged ballyhoo, caballito and chihuil. Better action earlier in the week,
a little more finicky later in the week, off colored water conditions never
seem to help the wahoo bite. Just this week a handful of the more ambitious
panga guides were scouting out possibilities of catching chihuil baitfish
on the Inner Gordo Bank, this is rarely an real easy task, most mornings
they did not even catch enough of these candy like baitfish until past 9:00
a.m., then they had to motor all the way north near San Luis Bank where
more numbers of wahoo were schooling. Choppy ocean conditions in the
morning on the offshore banks makes this type of hand line bait fishing a
tough go, but once caught these baits can produce some quality action.



Yellowfin tuna were still being found on Iman Bank and towards the north,
though this action dropped way off this past week, nothing consistent at
all, some charters accounted for up to three yellowfin, while others never
even had a strike, strips of squid was the best bet for hooking a tuna,
though a few were also taken on baits such as ballyhoo of chihuil and yo-yo
iron jigs. Some decent quality yellowfin in the 25 to 80 lb. class were
reported, just not many numbers.



Closer to shore there were some late season sierra up to 8 lb. landed, also
a handful of roosterfish and jack crevalle, though once again no big
numbers and scattered action.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 64 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 5 striped marlin, 31 wahoo, 33 yellowfin
tuna,12 dorado, 9 amberjack, 7 cabrilla, 45 mixed snapper species, 15
sierra, 6 jack crevalle, 11 bonito, 4 rainbow runner, 6 barred pargo, 8
roosterfish and 210 triggerfish.



Good fishing, Eric











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Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
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 May 1, 2016; 07:59PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – May 1, 2016
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
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Anglers –

May 1, 2016



Spring season continues to attract moderate numbers of visitors to the Los
Cabos area. Weather conditions have been very pleasant, scattered morning
cloud cover, plenty of warm sunshine, high temperatures averaged about 85
degrees. Wind patterns were now more from the south, increasing later in
the afternoon, though there were a few days where winds started out of the
north, before switched from the south, overall this did not create much
problems for anglers, as ocean conditions remained favorable. Ocean water
temperatures ranged from 72/73 degrees on the Pacific side of Cabo San
Lucas, with warmer currents found offshore of San Jose del Cabo and to the
north, where it was in the 76/77 degree range.



Anglers were now using various available bait sources, live caballito,
strips of squid and rigged ballyhoo. On the fishing grounds there are now
more schooling baitfish, such as cocinero, chihuil, bolito and skipjack
starting to move in, plenty of food source to attract gamefish in to
the area, at times too much natural bait source and create more finicky
fish, as they gorge on all of the present food, then not being that eager
to strike anglers offerings. Most of the fishing this past week was taking
place from off of Palmilla Point and north to Vinorama. Over the full moon
period the striped marlin action had slowed down, but now this bite has
improved, straight off of Puerto Los Cabos Marina, three to four miles from
shore, has been one of the more consistent area for the billfish. Drift
fishing live baits has been the best technique. Sizes on the striped marlin
ranged from 80 to 120 lb. Very few dorado being found recently, just an
occasional solo fish, most of them very small.



Early in the week there was some good wahoo action reported from Iman Bank
to Vinorama, some charters landing as many as three wahoo, up to 45 lb.
Though later in the week these fish were not very active at all. You never
know with these elusive fish, when they will really become active.
Conditions are now favorable, with the currents now on a warming trend and
more bait schools appearing, these are all favorable signs for the coming
weeks.



Yellowfin tuna action has been reported from the Iman Bank and near
Vinorama, with the further areas now reporting better action in recent
days. Drift fishing with strips of squid has remained the best set up. Some
days the fish were coming up to feed earlier and on other days no activity
was reported until 11 a.m. or later, you never know, tides and currents can
all be a factor, as these fish are concentrated in areas within one to
three miles from shore. Sizes ranged from 10 lb. footballs, to fish over 50
lb. Some high boats had as many as six to eight tuna, while others managed
one or two. The key was having patience and the largest supply of squid as
practical.



Bottom action produced mainly smaller sized snapper and pargo species,
plenty of triggerfish, an occasional cabrilla or amberjack. On the same
fishing grounds there were more sierra encountered, further offshore than
you would normally find these fish, some of these were quality sized, five
to ten pounds. Not much action at all reported inshore for roosterfish, we
should see more of these fish move in during the next couple of months.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 86 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 28 striped marlin, 26 wahoo, 72 yellowfin tuna,
2 dorado, 5 amberjack, 8 cabrilla, 60 various pargo/snapper species, 28
sierra, 7 jack crevalle and 75 triggerfish.



Good fishing, Eric











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Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
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 May 1, 2016; 07:56PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – April 24, 2016
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com
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Anglers –

April 24, 2016



Weather patterns have settled down, more like the normal spring season we
are used to, last week we had a couple of days where the wind was gusting
over 25 mph from the north, now we are seeing much calmer days, breezes
switching out of the south, mainly later in the afternoon. Anglers have
been enjoying very comfortable seas in recent days, very slight swells,
clear sunny skies, warmer days, highs in the upper 80s. We are expected a
bit more wind over the weekend. Ocean water temperatures are ranging from
73 to 76 degrees. Warmer currents being found in the direction of San Jose
del Cabo and to the north.



The fishing grounds straight out from Puerto Los Cabos Marina, from 3 to 4
miles from shore, are holding concentrations of baitfish, namely
sardinetas, this has attracted good numbers of striped marlin and fleets
from as far as Cabo San Lucas are all now working these grounds, common to
see over fifty charter boats on the spot. The main technique anglers are
having success on is by drift fishing and soaking baits such as caballito,
cocinero or sardineta at various depths. The striped marlin are now
averaging in the 90 to 130 lb. range, many charters are accounted for one,
two or three billfish per morning. This area is within very easy range for
even the smallest of crafts, you could easily catch a marlin from a kayak
at this time.



On the grounds from Punta Gorda to Vinorama we have seen increased activity
by the elusive wahoo. Apparently the combined factors of warming clear blue
water, favorable moon phase and baitfish activity, these fish were more
aggressive. We saw some charters land as many as three wahoo, reported to
lose again as many strikes. These wahoo ranged in sizes from 15 lb. up to a
whopping 76 lb. fish landed on Friday, there was also another 65 lb. wahoo
reported. These fish were striking on rigged ballyhoo, sardineta and
various trolling lures, Rapalas and skirted lead heads.



We are still not seeing many dorado at all, though with the favorable
conditions, these gamefish could move into local waters in greater numbers
at any time. Yellowfin tuna has been very spotty, though some tuna in the
25 to 35 lb. class are being found on the Iman to Vinorama grounds, in fact
we did hear of one 100 lb. class yellowfin accounted for as well, hooked on
light leader, turned into an extended battle. Anglers were fortunate to
land a couple of these fish, some charters that really were lucky to be at
the right spot, landed three or four of these quality yellowfin. These tuna
were being hooked while drift fishing with strips of squid, lighter leaders
being more successful. This has been the main technique since past October,
when was the last time we had any supply of sardinas.



A few more sierra being mixed in with the counts, some of them larger than
normal, hanging on the same grounds as were the wahoo. Inshore some
charters reported finding roosterfish and jack crevalle, this action should
become more consistent now with the warming conditions.



The bottom action produced more triggerfish than anything else, also a mix
of snapper species, cabrilla and a few amberjack. We are hoping to see more
of the larger amberjack move in, it is that time of year and conditions are
ripe now for this structure fishing to start being more productive for
larger specimens. Finally some calmer conditions, this will open up quite a
few more options.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 69 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 38 striped marlin, 19 wahoo, 24 yellowfin tuna,
5 dorado, 7 amberjack, 14 cabrilla, 46 various pargo/snapper species, 21
sierra, 4 jack crevalle, 14 roosterfish, 12 bonito and 80 triggerfish.



Good fishing, Eric










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Eric Brictson / Operator
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Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
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 May 1, 2016; 07:53PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – April 10, 2016
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
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Anglers –

April 10, 2016



Despite spring break now being over we are still seeing good numbers of
vacationers arriving in Los Cabos. Weather patterns are progressively
feeling more tropical, though temperatures are actually now ideal, low
temperatures averaging in the mid to upper 60s, with daytime highs near 85
degrees. Scattered cloud cover, burning off as sun warms up, moderate winds
predominately from the southeast, calmer in the morning, increased later in
the afternoon. Overall, very comfortable conditions for anglers.



Ocean swells have been slight, clean blue water now found close to shore,
water temperatures have been near 70 degrees off of Cabo San Lucas and on
the Pacific, with warmer 74 degree currents found off of San Jose del Cabo
and towards Los Frailes. Most fleets are now concentrating their efforts in
the direction of the warmer water. This seasonal transition period can see
rapid changes, last week had several days when the pelagic red crabs were
found drifting to the surface on the fishing grounds of the Gordo Banks,
this provided excellent opportunities at catching quality red snapper. Now
we are not seeing any more of these red crabs, who knows when they will
come back up, very hard to predict. There have been supplies of caballito,
but heavier pressure has been a factor of having enough to supply all
charters on some days. Strips of squid are also being used and there have
been ballyhoo available as well, still no signs of sardinas, we have now
gone the entire winter season and into spring without having any resource
for these preferred all around baitfish.



Offshore action has consisted mainly for scattered striped marlin, no large
concentrations, but there have been decent numbers of marlin found, often
within two, three or four miles from shore, striking best on baitfish,
they have been encountered tailing on the surface and anglers have been
hooking up while drift fishing with baits down deeper. Dorado action has
been almost nonexistent, only an occasional single fish being reported.
There have been some wahoo in the area, but getting them to bite is another
deal, on Monday there was some good wahoo activity found north of San Luis
Bank, but since this action has been very spotty. With clean blue water,
warming days, darkening moon, these elusive fish could go on the bite on
any given day.



Most charters are fishing off of the structure for a combination of
snapper, pargo and cabrilla species, with an occasional amberjack accounted
for. The same grounds of La Fortuna, Iman and San Luis Banks have been
holding schools of yellowfin tuna, the bite has been on and off, but
actually this past week we saw more tuna in the 20 to 50 lb. class and a
few others near 100 lb. All of these yellowfin have been hooked into while
drift fishing with strips of squid. The aggressive sea lions continue to be
an ongoing issue, not much can be done, they are hanging out on these same
fishing grounds, waiting for their chance at both the snapper and tuna,
getting more than their share. No yellowtail action to report, a handful of
amberjack, main species being smaller sized snapper, pargo, triggerfish and
bonito.



Whales seem to have started to head back on their northern migration, as
fewer of these mammals have been sighted. This is the season now when we
should start seeing whale sharks cruising on the offshore high spots.



Inshore action has been mainly for some roosterfish and jack crevalle, but
this has not been a consistent bite so far, we should have more fish moving
in along the coastal stretches in the coming month.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 96 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 16 striped marlin, 2 dorado, 9 wahoo, 36
yellowfin tuna, 14 amberjack, 14 cabrilla (leopard grouper), 115
huachinango (red snapper), 26 yellow snapper, 8 barred pargo, 130 tijareta,
6 sierra, 6 jack crevalle, 12 roosterfish, 22 bonito and 300 triggerfish.



Good fishing, Eric











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Eric Brictson / Operator
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Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
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 May 1, 2016; 07:50PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – April 3, 2016
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
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Anglers –

April 3, 2016



We are now seeing the final wave of Spring Break vacationers arriving in
good numbers and enjoying the warm sunshine and scores of activities
available. Transition period now, weather is variable, from slightly chilly
early in the day, to highs in the upper 80s. Some marine layer cloud cover
early, even a little fog, quickly burning off as the sun rises.



Ocean swells have been moderate, winds variable, at times from the north,
then from the south, but not enough to keep charters from venturing to the
normal fishing grounds. Currents were strong at times, water temperature
ranged from 70 degrees on the Pacific, to 73 degrees off of San Jose del
Cabo and towards the north. These patterns are normal for this time of
year, usually lasting though the later part of this month, then we see
warmer currents move in, continuing warming trends helping to stabilize
conditions.



Not much has changed for bait availability, caballito, ballyhoo and squid
strips still be used. No one reported finding any sardina schools, except
for some 50 miles north in Cabo Pulmo National Park, not an option from
this heavily protected zone. The big news this week was that the pelagic
red crabs once again became abundant on the surface of the Gordo Banks.
This always sets off a flurry of commercial activity, as it means that the
prized pargo, snapper catch will be following these red crabs.



In the cooler waters we are not finding any dorado or wahoo to speak of,
there have been decent numbers of striped marlin encountered as close as
two to five miles from shore, striking on various baitfish best, but also
hitting on trolling lures, sizes ranged to 140 lb. Many charters are doing
a combination of bottom action, inshore and offshore, everything is close
enough now that this can be a decent option.



Not much going on close to shore except for sporadic action on roosterfish,
jack crevalle and sierra. Though hit or miss and no big numbers reported.
The striped marlin was definitely the main offshore bite, easily available
now for even the smallest of charters, since stripers are being found close
to shore. No huge numbers, but a very good chance of hooking into a
billfish if wishing to target these fish.



Many family groups vacationing now and the majority of these groups have
been opting to target smaller species, better number of a variety and
excellent eating. The red snapper, pargo action was good for anglers that
got into the red crab action, because this is what these fish are now
feeding on, not much interested in anything else at the present time. The
snapper and pargo species being landed are averaging in the 2 to 14 lb.
range. An occasional amberjack cabrilla, grouper or yellowtail were hooked
into, some on yo-yo jigs, others on baitfish. Mid-week there was one
impressive 75 lb. broomtail grouper landed by veteran Baja angler Joey
Hanen of So. Cal., fishing on the super Panga “Periquita”.



Only a handful of yellowfin tuna were found this week, most from the Iman
Bank area, cooler water and choppy seas made this bite tough, the ever
present sea lions were in wait as well. The yellowfin that we did see were
ranging in the 15 to 30 lb. class.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 98 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 21 striped marlin, 9 yellowfin tuna, 12 pompano,
2 yellowtail, 12 amberjack, 2 broomtail grouper, 5 pinto cabrilla, 18
cabrilla (leopard grouper), 480 huachinango (red snapper), 78 yellow
snapper, 320 other pargo species,4 island jack, 5 sierra, 13 jack crevalle,
15 roosterfish, 6 bonito and 230 triggerfish.



Good fishing, Eric











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GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 May 1, 2016; 07:48PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – March 27, 2016
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
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Anglers –

March 27, 2016



The first official week of the Spring Season saw heavier crowds of
vacationers arrive for the traditional holiday. Busy times in Los Cabos,
weather was a bit unpredictable all week, started off with heavy winds from
the south, pushing in cooler Pacific currents, which also created murky
inshore conditions. By the later part of the week the conditions settled
down and were once again on an improving trend. Ocean temperature ranged
from 71 degrees on the Pacific to 73 degrees in the direction of San Jose
del Cabo and Los Frailes.



Since last weekend through midweek we saw tough conditions, though now once
again clarity is rebounding, combined factors such as, full moon, strong
cool currents, high winds, choppy seas, all can add up to more difficult
fishing. Though during this seasonal transition period, things can change
very fast, conditions can predict what can happen on a given day. Bait
availability has been mainly caballito, strips of squid and some ballyhoo.
The baitfish such as sardineta and mackerel which had been found off of San
Jose del Cabo have now all but vanished, so in turn the offshore action for
billfish has been more scattered as well.



The majority of the charters are now concentrating on the grounds north of
Punta Gorda, namely, La Fortuna, Iman and San Luis Banks. This is where the
best opportunities for a variety of species has been found. Drift fishing
over rocky structure has been the favored technique, using various baits
and yo-yo jigs. Snapper, pargo, amberjack, cabrilla, triggerfish have been
most common catches. No huge numbers, but some quality eating fish are
being accounted for. We did see one 70 lb. class amberjack, the majority of
the bottom species are in the 5 to 15 lb. class. We heard a report from
Cabo San Lucas, that some larger charters venturing towards Todo Santos
encountered schools of yellowtail on the surface traveling with porpoise
and these boats were able to land up to a half dozen nice sized yellowtail
while trolling marlin, tuna, dorado type surface lures, of course this was
an isolated event, at least it was a sign that more numbers of yellowtail
are heading our direction, so far this season these jacks have been almost
nonexistent.



Action for dorado, wahoo or yellowfin tuna was very limited, only an
occasional wahoo or dorado being reported. Tuna are still being found on
the Iman Banks and towards Vinorama, drift fishing with strips of squid.
This action was very hit or miss, though a handful of yellowfin were landed
each day, including fish to over 70 lb., most common sized tuna was more in
the 15 to 25 lb. range, anglers were fortunate to land one tuna in their
combined catch. Best bet to catch fish was to try off the bottom.



Inshore there was some action on jack crevalle and roosterfish, limited as
it was, we did hear of a couple of larger sized roosterfish hooked into off
of the San Jose del Cabo hotel zone, still early in the season for these
popular gamefish. Quite a few whales still being sighted, though this is
usually now the tail end of the annual migration for these mammals, they
well be heading back north soon.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 86 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 6 striped marlin, 2 wahoo, 3 dorado, 29
yellowfin tuna, 5 pompano, 17 amberjack, 23 cabrilla (leopard grouper), 32
huachinango, 45 yellow snapper, 16 barred pargo, 9 island jack, 18 sierra,
16 jack crevalle,

8 roosterfish, 8 bonito, 18 black skipjack and 95 triggerfish.



Good fishing, Eric











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GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 May 1, 2016; 07:45PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – March 20, 2016
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com