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 Jan 4, 2016; 11:44PM - Gordo Banks Panga Report December 19, 2015
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: December 19, 2015



Holiday crowds have started to arrive in greater numbers this past week and
it appears that it will be busy during this year’s festive times. Weather
has been a been a bit crazy, relentless winds from the north much of the
week, before laying down for the weekend and actually feeling once again
almost like late summer, instead of winter. Whales are also being sighted
more frequently now, as this is just the start of the annual migration for
these mammals.



Ocean swells have been minimal, water temperatures have ranged from 76
degrees in the direction of Los Frailes and 79 degrees off of Cabo San
Lucas. Anglers have been relying on caballito or squid slabs for baits,
still no reports of anyone finding any schooling sardinas, hard to say what
will happen with this, we do believe that when water does eventually cool
off, that we will see these preferred baitfish return within our range.



The week started off with the most consistent action being found off the
areas of the Cabo San Lucas Arches to Sol Mar, within one mile or less of
shore, this is where there was a good bite going on for yellowfin tuna
while drift fishing with strips of squid. These ranged from 8 to 15 lb.,
some of these fish also hit on caballito. The bite was sporadic, but many
charters did account for their limits, there was a good chance at losing a
percentage of your hook ups to hungry sea lions that were patrolling this
same area. Lots of pressure on these grounds, since this was around the
only productive spot through most of the week, as north winds made it
almost impossible to fish on the grounds to the north. But over the weekend
as conditions changed from nearly gale conditions to flat calm, this had
charters heading north again and they did have encouraging reports,
especially considering all the wind, water clarity was surprisingly good.
Yellowfin tuna starting biting again on the Iman Bank, nicer sized fish to
30 lb.



Not much going on for dorado and wahoo, only an occasional fish being
landed, other strikes lost, but just no significant numbers of either of
these species. Nothing much going on around the Gordo Banks, but maybe the
calmer conditions will get this area back on track, as lots of skipjack and
other baitfish activity was reported. Also at least one 200 lb. class black
marlin was landed, another black, estimated to weigh close to 500 lb. was
hooked on a trolled caballito, only to be lost near the boat as the fish
got its head down, gaining momentum and heading deep and breaking the
lighter 130 lb. leader which had been intended for a cow yellowfin tuna,
not a late season el Nino black marlin.



Inshore there was some good action for smaller sized roosterfish off of the
San Jose del Cabo Hotel area, particularly near Holiday Inn and the
Estuary. Very little bottom fishing was going on now, more triggerfish than
anything else, we expect to start seeing more variety start to move in off
of the structure. Marlin action was scattered as well, a few striped marlin
and then the chance at a larger marlin around the Gordo Banks, no big
numbers though of any of these billfish. Will be interesting to see if
there is a good run or mackerel and in turn striped marlin his season, this
is the month when this normally occurs, starting on the Pacific Banks,
before shifting in the direction of the Sea of Cortez.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 74 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 1 black marlin, 8 striped marlin, 285 yellowfin
tuna, 16 dorado, 5 wahoo, 4 cabrilla, 22 pargo, 8 bonito, 35 roosterfish
and 18 triggerfish.







Good fishing, Eric







--
GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Jan 4, 2016; 11:41PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – December 13, 2015
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric Brictson
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: GORDO BANKS PANGAS
San Jose del Cabo



Anglers –

December 13, 2015



Another quiet week for numbers of visitors arriving in the Los Cabos area,
another ten days or so we should see more holiday travelers. Weather
patterns were more like typical late fall season patterns, cooler mornings,
predominate north winds, relentless for days, before diminishing for a
period and then repeating the cycle. Air temperatures in the mid-80s and
the strength of the sunshine has felt surprisingly intense for
mid-December. Scattered clouds most days, threatening light rain later in
the week. Lighter winds early in the week, increasing by week’s end. Ocean
temperatures are ranging from 78 to 82 degrees, warmest currents being
reported straight outside of Cabo San Lucas and towards the Pacific Banks.
Overall ocean conditions are considerably warmer than what they normally
would be for this time of year, definitely results from El Nino.



Local fishing grounds are still attracting pelagic gamefish such as
yellowfin tuna, dorado, wahoo, skipjack, sailfish, striped and blue marlin.
We are anticipating on having summer and fall type fishing action lasting
into this winter season, this as a result of warmer than usual ocean
conditions. There are some cooler water species like sierra now appearing
along beach stretches and bonito off the structure. No reports of any new
resource for sardinas, we expect as the ocean temps eventually cool,
schools of sardinas will return, hard to predict what is going on with
these baitfish migrations, many factors involved. Whales are now arriving
on their annual migration, numerous sightings, this activity should only
increase in the next couple of months.



San Jose del Cabo fleets concentrated most of their efforts on the grounds
from the Gordo Banks to Iman Bank. Action was somewhat sporadic, no great
numbers of any particular fish, though there were some quality fish being
accounted for every day, again the pressure was light due to minimal crowds
of anglers at this time. There was good dorado action found early in the
day, straight out front of Puerto Los Cabos Marina, 2 to 4 miles out, slow
trolling caballito was the best producer, though some dorado also hit on
trolled lures or ballyhoo, for anglers that were able to find any of these
rigging baits. Most dorado were weighing in the 12 to 25 lb. range, nice
sized fish, charters accounted for anywhere from one or two, up to four or
five fish per day. On these same ground there were billfish, this past week
anglers hooked into sailfish, striped and black and blue marlin. There was
a story of a black marlin hooked later in the day anglers battled this fish
until 8 p.m. before breaking it off, no moon at all and the crew did not
seem to be making any headway.



Yellowfin tuna was a bit spottier, though in recent days this action did
show signs of improvement. The key to this action was finding sufficient
supplies of squid slabs, drift fishing while chumming was the method that
was working. Both Inner and Outer Gordo Banks were holding yellowfin of 40
to 100 pound class, most likely much larger, most of the fish being landed
from these grounds were in the 60 to 80 lb., we heard of a local pangeros
last week who caught a tuna that went 180 lb. Other heavy hook ups were
lost, included more than one big fish lost to cut lines, suspected that
some lost commercial set gear could be the problem. Anglers were lucky to
land one or two of these tuna and had to be specifically targeting these
fish. The Iman Bank produced a grade of tuna in the 15 to 35 lb. range,
also nice fish and chance at more numbers, some charters had as many as 5
to 8 of these yellowfin. These were the same grounds where wahoo have been
holding, the bite has been on and off, mainly on trolled baits, caballito,
skipjack or chihuil, not much reported on trolled lures recently, of course
more anglers are fishing the bait, compared to trolling lures.



Some sierra now mixed with mostly smaller sized roosterfish found close to
shore, inside the marina area locals are having a field day with the wide
open barracuda bite. Bottom action consisted mostly for smaller sized pargo
and triggerfish, a few bonito and cabrilla.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 56 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 11 sailfish 1 blue marlin, 17 striped marlin, 66
yellowfin tuna, 85 dorado, 18 wahoo, 4 sierra, 28 pargo, 1 pompano, 10
cabrilla, 16 white skipjack, 8 bonito, 12 rainbow runner, 14 roosterfish, 4
surgeonfish and 20 triggerfish







Good fishing, Eric







--
GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Jan 4, 2016; 11:38PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – December 6, 2015
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric Brictson
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: GORDO BANKS PANGAS
San Jose del Cabo



Anglers –

December 6, 2015





This week like clockwork the numbers of visitors were far fewer than in
previous weeks, this is normal for immediately after Thanksgiving and prior
to the Christmas Holiday season. Last week we were all caught off guard by
the latest forming major Hurricane ever recorded in the Eastern Pacific,
Hurricane Sandra reached category four strength and initially was forecast
to pass very close to Cabo San Lucas on Saturday, the system followed a
unpredictable course, it then collided with a powerful wind shear from the
north, which stirred the storm further south and caused rapid weakening.
Southern Baja was spared of any devastation, there was a fair amount of
rainfall recorded in the Los Cabos, possibly up to three inches in certain
areas. Winds never reached much more than 30 mph gusts, but storm swells
did kick up to about four meters and both local ports were closed all day
on Friday and Saturday, rainy day schedule, finally opening Sunday morning.
Since the passing of this storm front there have been persistent northerly
winds, ranging 15 to 25 mph and this created choppy conditions on the open
grounds north of Punta Gorda. The winds did slack later in the week,
helping to settle seas, air temperature are still reaching into the 80’s
and lows dipped to 60 degrees. Ocean water temperature was now ranging
79/80 degrees throughout most of the region. North winds pushed in slightly
greener current close to shore.



The week started off with the wahoo being aggressive and very active early
in the day on the Iman Bank. Best action was on slow trolled baits, either
caballito or chihuil, not much reported on trolled artificial lures. Some
charters landed up to five wahoo, with that many other strikes lost,
weights for the ‘hoo averaged 25 to 40 lb. Not as many numbers of dorado
were found from these same grounds, though the other fleets fishing on the
Pacific did find more numbers of dorado, but not many wahoo or other
species, besides billfish.



Yellowfin tuna action became hampered by persistent winds, harder to find
porpoise activity, and not favorable for drift and chum style fishing.
Other days anglers could see tuna breezing on the surface, but these fish
were just not interested in striking any offerings. A handful of yellowfin
tuna have been landed, some smaller grade football, but other quality tuna
in the 40 to 120 lb. class were accounted for. The day before the recent
storm struck there was a report from commercial pangeros based out of Los
Frailes, who landed one yellowfin tuna that weighed 378 lb. while fishing
on the San Luis Bank with squid. If weather does cooperate we do expect to
have more quality yellowfin tuna action opening up.



The bottom action showing a little more promise in recent days, but again
you need calmer conditions to really have better opportunities. A few
species of pargo, bonito, amberjack, triggerfish and cabrilla, no big
quantities, but better than what we have seen off of the bottom for the
past month, we expect to see improved bottom action, though this will
depend on how persistent north winds prove to be. Normal fall/winter wind
patterns have been harder to predict this year, winds usually blow for
several days, then we have a few nice days and cycle repeats itself, not
like these seven to eight day blows we have had this fall.



Bait supplies remained plentiful for live caballito, not much else was
available, no ballyhoo or sardinas to speak of. With changing ocean
conditions we hope to see sardinas move back within our range.



Surely we will see the annual migration of whales start to arrive soon,
warner than normal water might delay this, but these mammals will arrive
soon enough. Great time to visit now, ideal climate, crowds of anglers are
light and fishing is liable to break wide open on any given day.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 78 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 1 blue marlin, 13 sailfish, 7 striped marlin, 34
yellowfin tuna, 39 dorado, 49 wahoo, 9 sierra, 46 misc. pargo species, 1
amberjack, 12 cabrilla, 13 bonito, 9 rainbow runner, 6 roosterfish and 25
triggerfish







Good fishing, Eric







--
GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Jan 4, 2016; 11:35PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – November 29, 2015
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: GORDO BANKS PANGAS
San Jose del Cabo



Anglers –

November 29, 2015



This year of 2015 will be remembered for all of the rebuilding efforts
created from Hurricane Odile devastation in September of 2014. This year
there was record early forming hurricanes in May and now the Los Cabos area
has just dogged a major hit by one of the latest Hurricanes to ever form in
the Eastern Pacific. This storm named Sandra, follows Rick of last week,
which never impacted land, though Sandra strengthened to a category four
storm and appeared to be on a collision course with the Southern Baja, but
the system was pushed away by strong shear, which also caused Sandra to
weaken rapidly and pass far enough to the south to not cause any local
damage. Los Cabos ports were closed for at least Friday and part of
Saturday, by Sunday sportfishing fleets do expect to be back operating as
normal. Swells increased to 10/12 feet, though wind never amounted to much
and rainfall was not significant either.



We are now just winding down from our busy fall season, there always is a
slack period after Thanksgiving and before Christmas, family priority shift
directions. Though this past week was busy with visitors. The week started
off with persistent north winds limited options for anglers and making the
overall action more spread out, by mid-week, the conditions calmed before
the storm and we saw improved fishing action. The most common catches were
wahoo, yellowfin tuna, dorado, sailfish and striped marlin, also some
roosterfish found near shore. For the most part there were no large numbers
of any particular species, though there were some quality fish being
accounted for, many days charters would just account for two, three or four
fish in combination, though there were dorado to 25 lb., wahoo to 50 lb.
and tuna to 80 lb. all accounted for.



Dorado were harder to find compared to previous week, though wahoo became
more active around the Iman Bank, early in the morning was best and you had
to capitalize and make the best of the chances that you did have. Trolling
with caballito, chihuil and various lures all produced wahoo strikes.
Dorado were found scattered, no hot spot, though we did hear of more
numbers of dorado found on the Pacific. Ocean Temperatures were ranging 79
to 82 degrees through most of the region. Still no reports of any new
resource for sardinas, tuna action would be more consistent if this bait
was available, most tuna are still be taken on strips of squid. The Inner
Gordo Bank produced yellowfin tuna over 80 lb. and some days schooling tuna
to 100 lb. could be seen surfacing, but were very finicky to bite any
offerings. The action for tuna found under the porpoise became more
sporadic, but was still an options when anglers found themselves in the
right place at the right time.



More striped marlin appeared on local grounds, not always in the mood to
bite, as they can be near full moon. There were two black marlin reportedly
landed from private boats out of Puerto Lo Cabos Marina and there was a
blue marlin landed from a panga that was estimated to weigh close to 500
lb., this blue was hooked on a trolled caballito late in the afternoon
about five miles off of Red Hill and was not landed and brought back to the
docks until midnight. With the warm waters there are still quite a few
sailfish in the area for this late in the year, most of these in the 40 to
80 lb. class.



Not much off the bottom now besides triggerfish, small cabrilla and pargo,
also a few bonito. A few charters reports good success on roosterfish while
slow trolling caballito near Punta Gorda, surprising to see roosterfish at
this time, some of them to 20 lbs. Lots of barracuda keeping anglers busy
off the marina dock area, also a few sierra showing up.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 89 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 2 black marlin, 1 blue marlin, 15 sailfish, 19
striped marlin, 90 yellowfin tuna, 35 dorado, 39 wahoo, 13 sierra,, 35
misc. pargo species, 14 cabrilla, 22 bonito, 28 roosterfish and 44
triggerfish







Good fishing, Eric







--
GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Jan 4, 2016; 11:32PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – November 22, 2015
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com
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San Jose del Cabo



Anglers –

November 22, 2015



With all of the major local gamefish tournaments now over we will see the
crowds of visiting anglers lighten up, as people are now preparing for the
Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays which are rapidly approaching. The
weather this week was dominated by the persistent northeast winds, which
picked up at the start of the week and never really laid down all week.
This created choppy seas and limited options for fleets launching out of
San Jose del Cabo, though twenty miles to the south, out of Cabo San Lucas,
the seas were much calmer, in areas which were more protected from north
winds, though action was still sporadic.



Tropical Storm Rick developed more than several hundred miles off to the
west of the Baja Peninsula and is forecast to stay far offshore and not
cause any impact on land. Overall we are feeling a cooling trend, though
daytime temperatures were reaching 85 degrees. Ocean temperatures dropped a
couple of degrees as well, most areas are now averaging 82 degrees, some
spots of 83/84 degrees, this trend should continue, maybe the cooling
currents will help normalize pre-El Nino currents for bait and gamefish
migrations.



Action proved to be more spread out and less productive this past week,
there were some quality fish accounted for, though numbers were down, no
particular place was hot, wind was a major factor on the grounds from the
Gordo Banks and to the north. Schools of yellowfin tuna up to 100 pounds
were seen surfacing while traveling with porpoise, but conditions were not
favorable for chasing these rapidly moving schools and not many of these
tuna were landed. A handful of fish in the 40 to 80 pounds were accounted
for, some striking on strips of squids, other on live chihuil. Still no
resource for sardinas, there have been caballito and ballyhoo available as
other options. Perhaps cooling currents and less angling pressure will
allow the sardinas to move within our range, which would be a great bait to
have at this time.



The wahoo were not as active this past week either, though on Monday there
was a 69 lb. wahoo landed out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos Marina, this
trophy sized ‘hoo hit on a live skipjack, was part of an explosive double
hook up, which resulted in one nice wahoo landed and another one lost.
Wahoo were spread out throughout the area, though better chances still seem
to be north of Punta Gorda. Dorado action slowed was down in recent days,
though these fish are still in the area, the majority of charters finding
maybe one or two, or at least having a chance or two.



Billfish was spread out, though there did seem to be increased numbers of
striped marlin in local waters now, also some sailfish and at least one
blue was landed for the panga fleet out of Puerto Los Cabos. When the wind
does reside there should be better opportunities found.



More sierra are moving in with the cooling waters, these smaller sized
gamefish will provide bonus inshore action, especially when we start seeing
schools of sardinas move back into the region. It will not be long until
the annual migration of whales arrive for their winter visit to their most
southern calving and feeding grounds.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 138 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 1 blue marlin,
​ ​
14 striped marlin, 12 sailfish, 66 yellowfin tuna, 13 wahoo, 96 dorado, 12
sierra, 14 rainbow runner, 76 misc. pargo species, 12 cabrilla, 14 bonito
and 50 triggerfish







Good fishing, Eric






--
GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Jan 4, 2016; 11:29PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – November 15, 2015
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric Brictson
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com
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San Jose del Cabo



Anglers –

November 15, 2015



Large crowds of visiting anglers continue to arrive in Los Cabos, as we now
enter the second half of November, when the busy fall season comes to an
end. Weather patterns are shifting to predominately northern winds, ranging
up to 25 miles per hour mid-week and these winds were basically relentless
for most of this past week. Skies were mostly clear, with high temperatures
nearing 90 degrees, we do expect that we will be feeling cooler weather
arrive by this coming week. Hard to say what these northern winds will do,
normal pattern are several days of winds, then a couple calmer days, before
repeating the same cycle. This does not mean that sportfishing operations
come to halt, it does sometimes make for changing plans accordingly and
trying to fish in areas more protected if possible. Ocean water
temperatures are now at 84 degrees throughout the entire lower Baja zone,
no real temperatures breaks found. Swells have been moderate, choppy ocean
conditions found to the north due to gusting winds.



There are still no sardinas available locally, strips of squid continue to
be used for targeting yellowfin tuna, ballyhoo are now being sold in the
marina area, these have been working for dorado and chances at billfish or
wahoo, also available have been live caballito. Other options when weather
allowed was to try and catch your own chihuil off of the high spots. We
expect to see schools of sardinas move back within range as water cools and
heavy pressure resides.



The all-around fishing action was more limited this past week, mainly due
to windy conditions which limited where charters could comfortably fish.
The yellowfin tuna found associated with porpoise activity in the vicinity
of and north of the Gordo Banks, became less frequent as to when and if at
all the porpoise were even encountered, though some charters who
concentrated on this and stuck with it did account for yellowfin tuna in
the 40 to 70 lb. class, all of these fish hit on strips of squid. Other
tuna action was found closer to shore, off of Punta Gorda and now in recent
days reports of improved tuna action for a smaller grade of fish off of the
Santa Maria area. All this action was also found using strips of squid, as
there are no sardinas in the entire area now, with sardinas available this
action would definitely be wide open.



Dorado action was producing nice quality fish in the 15 to 25 lb. range,
some even larger. No huge numbers, but most charters were finding one or
two, or as many as six, the majority were nice sized fish. Striking on
various baits, particularly on rigged ballyhoo early in the day, as the sun
rose, the action was more sporadic. Off of the Red Hill and Palmilla area
there was good early morning action through most of the week, we heard of
quality dorado action off of Cabo San Lucas as well. Also some reports of a
handful of 200 lb. class yellowfin tuna being accounted for off of the
Pacific banks, have not heard of any real large tuna off of the San Jose
del Cabo grounds this past week.



There were some sailfish and striped marlin on the same grounds as were the
dorado and tuna, no big numbers, but everyday some of these billfish were
being hooked into. Wahoo action dropped off this past week, baitfish
schools were more scattered after the choppy seas, Iman Bank had been where
the wahoo were lurking, these fishing grounds were rough most of the week,
hopefully conditions will settle down in time for this weekend’s annual
wahoo event out of La Playita.



Bottom action included triggerfish, various pargo and snapper species, an
occasional leopard grouper or rainbow runner.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 152 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 17 sailfish marlin, 18 striped marlin, 168
yellowfin tuna, 12 sierra, 14 rainbow runners, 15 huachinango (red
snapper), 155 dorado, 18 wahoo, 16 yellow snapper, 95 triggerfish, 18
barred pargo, 8 bonito, 10 cabrilla and 6 roosterfish.



Good fishing, Eric







--
GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Nov 13, 2015; 01:41PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers – November 8, 2015
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  gordobanks@yahoo.com