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JC’s Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report, October 22, 2013

jcs-sportfishing-cabo-logo21JC’s Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report
As the Admiral Seas It

Cabo Fishing Report:
10/16/13 to 10/22/13

JC Sportfishing Charters is a family owned and operated business and has been fishing in Cabo San Lucas for the past 18 years. Jerry, explains that his charter business is geared more for families and novice anglers, making sure everyone who charters a boat with him have a great time and lots of fun. We welcome families, and groups. We want everyone who fishes with us to take all the sites in and have memorable experience. This is what is most important to us. We have and do a few tournaments each year and can cater to fisherman who might be interested in tournament fishing. Lets get on with the report for this past week.

Recipe From The Admirals Kitchen – Grilled Dorado with Walnut and Parsley Pesto

Tournament Time in Cabo
Prize monies for the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament
1st Extraction – 625 lb blue marlin – $295,425.00
2nd Expedition –  516 lb blue marlin – $27,000.00
1st in release –  Chupacabra – $39,150.00
2nd in release – Galati – $5,400.00
3rd in release – Cisco – $3,600.00
Daily release –  Reel Quest – $6,075.00
Tuna Day 1 & 2 – 39 lb & 65 lbs – Reel Gold – $20,081.00
Day 1 Wahoo –  Miss Behavin – 26.5 lbs – $6,693.00
Day 2 Wahoo – El Suertudo – 32.8 lbs – $6,693.00
Day 3 Wahoo – Minerva II – 34.5 lbs – $6,693.00

Read the complete JC’s Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report at LosCabosGuide.com
Visit Cabo Fish Reports for more Los Cabos Fishing results.

Gordo Banks Pangas, October 18, 2013

gordo-banks-pangas-1GORDO BANKS PANGAS, San Jose del Cabo,  October 12 to 18, 2013

Anglers – The week started out with the passing of Tropical Storm Octave, this latest system followed a path a couple of hundred of miles off to the west of the Southern Baja Peninsula, before  making landfall north of Magdalena Bay. Local Ports were officially closed Sunday afternoon until reopening Tuesday morning, higher ocean swells, winds gusts to 30 mph and moderate to heavy rainfall was the main impact felt, with isolated rainfall totals of 3 to 5 inches were reported. Needless to say the roads were a flooded mess. With tournament season now here, there are large crowds of anglers arriving from all around the world. The weather has now settled and conditions are ideal, highs in the upper 80s and early mornings are very comfortable with a light wind breaker jacket.

Ocean water temperatures are still in the 85 degree range, clean blue water is found within a few mile of shore, though baitfish have become harder to obtain. Sardinas are now schooling near Cabo San Lucas, though this preferred baitfish have not been schooling near San Jose del Cabo. Caballito has been another bait option, available in limited quantities. Out of San Jose del Cabo fleets have been using fresh caught squid, imported from the Los Frailes area, though over this recent full moon phase, suddenly this resource of squid has vanished and carnaderos (bait suppliers) are once again scrambling to find new options. Ballyhoo have not been available on a regular basis either, this is the time when more artificial lures, jigging and other alternate techniques will be used, we do anticipate that the bait situation will rebound, hard to say exactly when this will happen, as global weather patterns can alter normal migration habits. Of course the heavy presence of factory processing ships targeting sardinas in Mag Bay certainly does not help the situation. Read the complete Gordo Banks Pangas Fish Report at LosCabosGuide.com

Gordo Banks Pangas
San Jose del Cabo, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Phone: (624) 142-1142 | From the US: 011 52 624 1421147
Website: gordobanks.com
E-Mail: ericgordobanks@yahoo.com | gordobanks@gmail.com

Pisces Fish Report, Oct 12 to 18, 2013

pisces-sport-fishing-cabo-1Pisces Fish Report, Oct 12 to 18, 2013

Overall Catch Success Rate
All Species Combined 95%

Numbers at a glance: Billfish 10%, Dorado 92% Tuna 2%, Wahoo 9%

BILLFISH: We had low numbers of billfish this week, which is unusual, but we are pretty certain this was caused by a late season tropical storm.  Just before the storm though we had some nice catches such as those aboard Pisces Fearless on October 12th, when the group from Intrepid Investment released three striped marlin & caught a wahoo & seven dorado. This same day Phil Musial from Houston released two striped marlin and caught three dorado aboard Pisces Adriana & Patrick and Jean Neville from Bradenton, Florida, also had a nice day aboard Pisces Tracy Ann with a striped marlin released and thirteen dorado to the boat. The port was closed on October 14th but we experienced pretty heavy rains the day before too, which messed the water up and cooled it down. So our great striped marlin and sailfish bite turned off, as the fish looked for cleaner water and we had to wait for the beautiful blue water they like, to return. This started to happen towards the end of this report, but otherwise we might as well call this the dorado report. Read the complete Pisces Weekly Fish Report on LosCabosGuide.com

On LosCabosGuide.com: Pisces Sportfishing Cabo San Lucas
Visit the website of Pisces Sportfishing at: www.piscessportfishing.com

Phone: (624) 143-1288 | Fax : (624) 143-0588
From US: Toll Free: 1-877-286-7938 | Tel: 1-619-819-7983 | Fax: 1-619-270-5421
Website: www.piscessportfishing.com
E-mail: pisces@piscessportfishing.com

Pisces Fish Report, Oct 05 to 11, 2013

pisces-sport-fishing-caboPISCES FISH REPORT
October 5th to 11th, 2013
Overall Catch Success Rate
All Species Combined 96%

Numbers at a glance:
Billfish 62%, Dorado 85%, Tuna 15%, Wahoo 10%

BILLFISH: This week we had plenty of activity on the fishing front, but perhaps not as many billfish as we had hoped for. The marlin & sailfish rates went down slightly, but one of the biggest factors was that of anglers wanting to catch eating fish, such as dorado and tuna and perhaps to save the big ones for the upcoming fishing tournaments. This weekend the La Paz Gold Cup took place and though final results were not in when we visiting the weigh in yesterday, we did see that 56 boats had entered and at the time of our visit the largest fish brought in was a 287 lb. blue aboard Tenacious – it should be noted that the minimum weight in this tournament is 200 lbs., whereas in Cabo tournaments it is 300 lbs. Bigger fish may have come in later yesterday but so far we have not been able to obtain final results. In Cabo we had some blue marlin this week, the largest being 300 lbs. aboard C Rod, caught at the Golden Gate by Joe Deigel from Old Forge, New York, who went on assisted by Annette Owens to land ten tuna up to 100 lbs. & a dorado  off of Pozo de Cota – without doubt our angler of the week. This same day Bill Collector had a great day too, releasing a 230 lb. blue marlin & two striped marlin as well as catching two tuna and a dorado for Todd Weible & Barry Greim from Downingtown, Pa outside San Jaime. Jon Svendson from Scottsdale, Arizona had a fabulous time aboard Rebecca on October 10th, releasing a 200 lb. blue marlin, which took a blue & white lure, a striped marlin that took a live caballito & nineteen dorado on a combination of green colored lures & bait. Halcon was the top striped marlin boat, releasing five for Chien Kuowang from Taiwan off of Gaspareno. Read the complete Pisces Cabo Fish Report on LosCabosGuide.com

On LosCabosGuide.com: Pisces Sportfishing Cabo San Lucas
Telephone U.S.A.

Toll Free : 1-877-286-7938 |  Tel : 1-619-819-7983 | Fax : 1-619-270-5421
Telephone Mexico
Tel : 011 52 624 143 1288 |  Fax : 011 52 624 143 0588 | Local calls do not need “011 52″
Email:pisces@piscessportfishing.com
Visit the website of Pisces Sportfishing at: www.piscessportfishing.com

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