In the East Cape this past week we continued to see windy conditions throughout most of the week. On the couple nice days we had fishing for yellow tail and snapper were overall good. These fish are currently to deep to fly fish for as they are in about 230 feet of water making a fly impossible to present to them so the best approach has been jigging for them with irons.
Along the beach we have seen a little bait but again the winds blowing from the North have made it impossible to fish as the wind creates waves along the surf line that break into the beach with enough force that the water is off color in most place and the wind is strong enough throwing a fly just is not fun.
Over in Cabo the fishing has been better with catches of Sierra, snapper, small jacks, and the occasional rooster fish. The wind did come up late in the afternoon on a couple days but it did not prevent us from fishing.
Hopefully the wind will give us a break next week allowing us to fish more on the East Cape side. Please be sure to check back here next week for the latest in the fishing conditions happening in the locations we fish. Until next time we wish you tight lines and good fishing.