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 Posted: Thu Mar 2nd, 2017 09:50 pm
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Is anybody fishing these days? Worth putting a boat in the water?

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 Posted: Thu Mar 2nd, 2017 10:24 pm
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We have been getting 3-6 yellow tail per day at the island jigging 3-5 hrs

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 Posted: Thu Mar 2nd, 2017 10:27 pm
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There were quite a few fish caught last weekend, during the tournament.

I had a friend get a late start (8am) on Tuesday. As he is leaving the mouth of Bahia San Carlos, there is much commotion and diving birds just outside the seamounts. Short version: in 1.5 hours, they caught nine YT, 13-18 lbs. All on casted 2-4 oz lures. It was run and gun to large boils of fish.

He gave me some slabs and some of them were 3" thick. Very fat fish.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 3rd, 2017 03:19 pm
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Thanks guys, good to hear something is happening out there!

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I questioned that report, since San Antonio was dead Tuesday (except for readings) and I thought you were looking at an old Facebook photo, but the fish are out there a mile off Doble. We saw them slurping today and good readings. Look for the Grebes if no seaguls are signaling them. Lost two, but they didn't want to bite, as everywhere. It might be a different story all week after the low tide though! The popper bite went off the last two days at the Island, but not this morning. Pando shut off last Saturday, but who knows. I don't think this will be the spawn, but tides could dictate good bites over the next month, if they're not full off all the bait around. 

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 Posted: Sun Mar 5th, 2017 03:01 am
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It was Candy-Dee, Brian. All surface fish.


BTW, folks should really consider taking their fish to Tequilas and have them preparing it. We were there Thursday with the Candy-Dee fish and so was Catcha Lotta with their fish. We had batter fried, al mojo de ajo and "Costa Brava" which is a nice, spicy green sauce. It comes out on a huge plate with rice, veges (fresh, not canned and NOT overcooked). A great deal for 120 pesos/person.


Nice to be able to plug a local business without it being moved to some other board simply because they dont advertise. Information without moderation is a good thing.

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They always do a good job. 
We passed him that morning. 2nd good bite I missed by a mil a mile last week.

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Today they were biting. Crew had their fill in two hours.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 5th, 2017 07:55 pm
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Poppers also starting to go off. Fernando's two boats loaded up.

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