June 6th to 12th, 2015

Overall Catch Success Rate All Species Combined 80%

Numbers at a glance: Billfish 76%, Other 33%


Striped marlin by Kim Lawhead, released on Pisces Tracy Ann. They look so much better alive & are a valuable resource to keep tourism jobs safe for the future. Please do not consume marlin at restaurants & taco stands. It is illegal & there are other options, let the change began with you!

BILLFISH: With hurricane Blanca close to Cabo last week, the Port Captain closed the harbor to all navigation for three days as a precaution, so numbers are lower this week, due to the fact that simply less boats went fishing. The water was a bit different after the storm in that it was quite green, but did not have much debris, as rains were not heavy. It’s generally true that after a storm it takes a couple of days for fishing to settle down as the crews have to relocate the fish, currents and water temperatures and this was the case this past week, where for the first few days after the port was opened, quite a few boats were “skunked”. On the other hand we had some nice catches of blue marlin, which are a little early this year due to hotter than normal weather. The largest blue for us was caught aboard 38 ft. Pisces Speedwell estimated at 350 lbs. caught the 11.50 spot by James & Sally Sullivan from San Antonio, Texas on a guacamaya lure; they also released a striped marlin estimated at 120 lbs.

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