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Fly Hooker Cabo Fish Report February 09

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Cabo Fish Report for February 09, 2014
by captgeo – Captain George Landrum
E-mail: gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Website: www.flyhooker.com
Blog:http://captgeo.wordpress.com/

My weekly Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report will be suspended indefinitely as once again health issues strike. We will be in Denver, Colorado for a while as Mary once again battles cancer. The latest MRI has shown the return of the small cell lung cancer as it has metastized once again to her brain. We had four months of relief since her last round of chemo and await word from her Doctor here about how this latest showing is so tough. Your good wishes and prayers are appreciated, and hopefully we return to Cabo soon. When we do I will resume the report. Regards, George

Note from the editor:
Our good wishes an prayers are with you both. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING Fishing Charters
From USA:  011-52 (624) 143-8271 | Cell Phone: 011-52 (624) 147-5614
From Cabo: 044 (624) 147-5614 | E-mail: gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Website: www.flyhooker.com | Blog:http://captgeo.wordpress.com/
On Los Cabos Guide: www.loscabosguide.com/flyhooker/

Fly Hooker Cabo Fish Report February 02

Fly Hooker Sportfishing CaboFLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING
Cabo Fish Report for Jan 27 to Feb 02, 2014
by captgeo – Captain George Landrum
E-mail: gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Website: www.flyhooker.com
Blog:http://captgeo.wordpress.com/

WEATHER:  We had mostly sunny skies this week with the highs in the mid 80’s and lows in the low 60’s.  I heard that in a few spots it reached the mid 50’s but not at the marina or at our house.  We did have a bit of rain this week.  Last week I mentioned that it had felt humid at the end of the week and we had seen some low black clouds that made it feel as if it would rain.  We didn’t have any of those low black clouds on Monday, just cloudy skies, but in the evening we did get rain, steady enough to get everything wet but not strong enough to wash the cars! Winds were from the north-north-east at the end of the week.

WATER: We did have great water conditions once again with the exception of early in the week on the Pacific side in the afternoons.  During that time frame for the first three days the winds blew fairly strong causing some very choppy conditions up past the lighthouse and offshore.  Of course the afternoons are when most boats were coming back to the marina so it was a downhill, downwind run and not to uncomfortable.  The rest of the time the seas on the Pacific side were in the 1-4 foot range and water temperatures were 74 early in the week, slowly dropping to 70-71 degrees by the end of the week. On the Cortez side of the Cape the water was smooth, almost like a pool most of the week with swells 1-2 feet and wind riffles in the afternoons. The water temperature dropped on this side as well with water toward the shore from the 95 spot and the 1150 going from 74 degrees to 72-71 degrees, and the water on the Gorda Bank dropping from 76 degrees at the start of the week to 74 at the end of the week. . . . Read the complete Fly Hooker Sportfishing Cabo Fish Report on LosCabosGuide.com.

FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING Fishing Charters
From USA:  011-52 (624) 143-8271 | Cell Phone: 011-52 (624) 147-5614
From Cabo: 044 (624) 147-5614 | E-mail: gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Website: www.flyhooker.com | Blog:http://captgeo.wordpress.com/
On Los Cabos Guide: www.loscabosguide.com/flyhooker/

Fly Hooker Cabo Fish Report January 19th

Fly Hooker Sportfishing CaboFLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING
Cabo Fish Report for January 13 – 19 2014
by captgeo – Captain George Landrum
E-mail: gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Website: www.flyhooker.com
Blog:http://captgeo.wordpress.com/

WEATHER:  We had wonderful weather this week with our lows in the high 50’s and the highs in the mid 80’s.  The skies remained mostly sunny except for a bit of overcast on Saturday and while the wind did blow a bit in the evenings it was pretty nice and mellow during the daytime.  No rain of course!

WATER:  Water temperatures on the Sea of Cortez side were 73-74 degrees except for some warm water around the 1150 and Seamount area where it warmed up a bit to 74-75 degrees.  The water was a bit off-color in the 73-74 degree area.  Surface conditions on the side were very good with swells small at 1-3 feet and no wind chop until either the late afternoon or if you went up past Punta Gorda to the north.  On the Pacific side of the peninsula the water was 73-74 degree almost anywhere you went, and the water was a lot cleaner than the Sea of Cortez side.  Surface conditions were great as well with swells at 2-4 feet but spaced far apart.  Around mid-afternoon during the later part of the week the wind picked up a bit and made for some choppy conditions, but there was no issue with the fishing being affected.

BAIT:  There are more Mackerel available than there were last week and this trend should continue as the water becomes cooler every week.  A mix of Mackerel and Caballito were the normal bait purchase this week.  The price continued to be steady at $3 U.S. Per bait, and if the boat you were on was buying from the same bait boat all the time, often a bag or chunk of ice was included in the purchase.  . . . Read the complete Fly Hooker Sportfishing Cabo Fish Report on LosCabosGuide.com.

FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING Fishing Charters
From USA:  011-52 (624) 143-8271 | Cell Phone: 011-52 (624) 147-5614
From Cabo: 044 (624) 147-5614 | E-mail: gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Website: www.flyhooker.com | Blog:http://captgeo.wordpress.com/
On Los Cabos Guide: www.loscabosguide.com/flyhooker/

Fly Hooker Sportfishing Cabo Fish Report Dec 9 to 15, 2013

Fly Hooker Sportfishing CaboFLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING – Fishing Charters
Cabo Fish Report, Dec 09, to Dec 15 2013
By: Captain George Landrum

WEATHER: Occasionally sunny skies this past week brought a few mornings of what have been the coldest of the season to this point. I was getting reading in the low 60’s, as low as 62 degrees on Thursday morning, as I went to the marina at 5:30 am. It warmed up later on of course and we ended up averaging 82 degrees during the mostly cloudy days early in the week and in the 85-86 degree range later in the week. We had a bit of wind blow in on Thursday as well, mostly affecting us in the afternoon, and continuing on into Friday and Saturday. I did not notice much of a breeze this morning. We did not get any real rain from these clouds, but it did spit a bit on us on Monday, just enough to spot up the windshields on the cars.

WATER: The first few days of this week were a continuation of last weeks water as far as temperatures were concerned. On Monday the water on the Pacific side of the Cape was in the 78-79 degree range from the beach on out to the San Jaime and the Golden Gate Banks, to the west of there it dropped by four degrees very quickly. That was the only temperature break in our area. On Tuesday that started to change and by the end of the week our entire area was seeing water temperatures in the 77 degree range, from far west of those banks to up past the Gorda Banks area in the Sea of Cortez. The water color has been a bit off of “blue”, more of a blue with a green tinge to it, almost a glacial water look to it. . .  Click here to read the complete Fly Hooker Sportfishing  Cabo Fish Report on LosCabosGuide.com

FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING – Fishing Charters
From USA:  011-52 (624) 143-8271 | Cell Phone: 011-52 (624) 147-5614
From Cabo: 044 (624) 147-5614 | E-mail: gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Los Cabos Guide: http://www.loscabosguide.com/flyhooker/
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