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 Posted: Thu Sep 26th, 2019 06:26 pm
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How"s the Fishing going down there after the Hurricane  ???? no Reports ??  :shock::shock:






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Water has been rough and will continue until this weekend.

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One report of 42 dorado caught. Hopefully most all released. No report yet of size.

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Saturday, 10-5-19. Fished out of Marina San Carlos on a 230. Started seeing skipjack at four miles out. Continued out to 24 miles or so seeing one billfish who had no interest and caught 5-6 dorado keeping two males. Nothing of any size.

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Thousands of Dorado just a few miles out, and a million skipjack. The skippies won't touch the big stuff or bait though. Found one 17# dorado. An occasional bull may push 10#. Mainly all that they are eating is 1cm long larvae. There are flying fish inside of them The shorelines have tons of bait. Saw a lot of 3-5# cabrilla snorkeling.  Some Sierra around and the shore fishing is getting good. No sign of the large toros yet, but the small ones are here. Billfish are slim, but maybe no one is looking farther out. Lots of dolphin, and the Orcas are around. 

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Coming down Saturday for a week, with the kayaks. Any updates greatly appreciated!

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Pretty consistent on the east side of Deer Island. Saw a 5# rooster today.

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 Posted: Wed Oct 9th, 2019 04:27 pm
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Which one is Deer Island? I haven't got all of them straight yet. We stay at Pilar and take the kayaks out to Window Rock, the island in front of that (don't know the name) or Honeymoon. Sometimes we will haul out and launch at gallo pinto.

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Deer is in front of Soggy Peso. That is Blanca in front of Pilar. That right side is great. The coast there can be good. Saw the rooster at the entrance to the estero.

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Big bait balls in the morning off Charly's Rock.

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Nice! My biggest rooster down there was caught about 10 feet from shore right in front of Pilar. He was about 15 pounds.

My biggest fish in the kayak come from the right side of Blanca or the trench on the NE tip of Honeymoon.

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Honeymoon is the one off of town. Schools of big mullet were showering before high tide. I caught one 4# toro the other day, but it is about time for the big ones to show. They will circle Honeymoon or roam between Charly's and the Posada point. Look for a moving reef, swirling, or showering bait. They feed very briefly. If you can get them competing over a big popper, you may get a few chances.


Sounds like some larger Dorado way out there.

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Passed an 11# sail in 8' of water near Pilar.


A good scattering of marlin in close. Horseshoe paid off for some in the tournament. Plenty of small dorado.

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