Week of August 4th August 12th – 2007
Written by Jeff deBrown
Owner / Guide
Weather The weather this past week remained hot. It is not as hot here in Baja as some parts in the United States but it remains Very warm here in Baja. Early mornings are pleasant with the temperatures warming up quickly once the sun gets above the horizon. This past week we had very flat and calm seas.
Air temperatures: Low 75 High 96
Water temperatures: 77 to 87
Beach Fishing Report: Beach fishing this past week remained good for smaller Rooster fish and a few Jack Crevelle mixed in. I fished the beach today (8/11/07) with my Guest Tyler Forman and his son Nate and Nate’s friend Dillion. These guy’s are from Colorado and used to trout. I was able to tease in a few smaller Rooster fish for them to cast to they were amazed at the speed of the fish in the salt water. Nate described them as little Houdini’s. Now you see them now you don’t. Overall the beach fishing is good for Rooster’s in the five pound class with a few shots at some very big Rooster’s.
Inshore Fishing Report: This past week the inshore fishing remained excellent for many species. This is due to the bait pangas providing good numbers of sardine for chum. These species included Rooster fish, Green Jacks, Pompano, Lady fish, along with a few other species mixed in.
Offshore Fishing Report: Once again this past week the fishing offshore remained strong. We have a good population of bill fish in the area along with some good action for Yellow fin Tuna and Dorado. This past week we found a good number of schooling Dorado off of Punta Pescadero. Most of the bigger Dorado we got shots at this past week we found as they came into the teasers we were trolling for Marlin.