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Lines out at 12 miles at 165 from Marina San Carlos.  Fished out 32 miles.  Nada.  Turned S/E for a few miles, then back towards land along "The Wall".  Nada.  Water temps from 70/75 degrees.
Never saw a fin, feeding birds or a jumper.  Did run across some baby dorado who attempted to ravage our baits, but they were so small they didn't even leave tooth marks.

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yellowtail fishing is great right now, give that a try...lots of fun jigging or popping

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Thanks for taking a look!

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hopefully things improve over the next 1.5 weeks.

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Just a waiting game right now. Heard of some bigger patches of sargasso out there. It is going to be a good season!!!!

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Awesome report. The baby Dorado didn't leave tooth marks ha ha ha that was hilarious. They may be still on pacifier and diapers. 🤣🤣🤣

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saw a sail at the south tip of the island yesterday and a marlin in the same spot the day before..water was clear and almost blue in some spots around the island. Reef had green murky water yesterday

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After two years of boat maintenance, finally got out this morning. Not a yellowtail in sight around San Antonio. Where did they all go?

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Really lousy yellow tail season from start to finish

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Congratulations Quagmire!!

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The boat isn't 100%, but we're working on it. Got out before it got too rough and found a couple large schools of dolphins working some bait about 2 miles out. No yellows. Moved over to the sea mounds and a couple of pangas worked hard for a handful of small yellows. Some barracudas made it interesting but the wind picked up and we were off the water by10:30. Maybe tomorrow...

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South tip of the Island was good to us in the last couple of trips on wed and thurs

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Until the boat is 100%, we're gonna stay close to home. Lots of birds working this morning but nothing below the bait. Managed to jig up a fortune jack, a white sea bass and a bunch of there bottom fish. Probably head back out in the afternoon.

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Caught a few cabrilla today. One about 15#. 

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Flat calm water but no yellows. Lots of bottom fish and barracuda and fortune jacks. End of the season until November.

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We went out to 9 and then to Guaymas and Haystack. A couple babies and lost a cabrilla or two to the rocks. I  think friends struck out twice farther out. Some great sea lion viewing down there and dolphin feeding frenzy off Haystack. They had the bait balled with over a hundred frigates around. Dozens of baby dolphin with their mommas. Saw some big turtles. Super hot on the other side. It's hot today. Looks like good consistent south winds with a brief NW blow for the girls Sunday. Good larger dorado reports from the East Cape with marlin too.

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Signs of southern currents starting. Massive swell for here from the southern hemisphere. Seaweed clearing to the coast. Ditto on YT reports from the coast and Island. Better try deep out there.

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quagmire wrote: Flat calm water but no yellows. Lots of bottom fish and barracuda and fortune jacks. End of the season until November.
I don't think the YT have spawned yet. Not that many around, but when they head south, we may see a flurry here, and I would think that Tortuga should still hold some in this 74 degree water. From what I can see we will have yt, dorado, marlin and sails, grouper and bass all at the same time for at least another 2-3 weeks. 

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And the tuna should be coming soon.

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