Week of December, 22nd
Over the last week, the East Cape has been windy. With the water temps cooling off because of the wind, the dorado numbers that were here before have left. There are still a few stragglers around, but the main bite here in East Cape is Sierra. Been seeing some jacks as well, so more than enough action to keep us busy.
Cabo is good all the way around. Solid Sierra, jack’s and roosters are providing lots of action. On the outside, about 20 miles out, we are finding marlin, the occasional big dorado, plus a few tuna in the mix too.
We are still taking trips through the winter so if anyone has any questions please reach out. Merry Christmas & New Year.