The Rain is Gone and The Action Is Picking Up

Written by
Jeff deBrown

Water temp.
85 – 88 Offshore

Air temp.
Low – 71
High – 82

Hi folks,

This last week the weather did not cooperate with us as tropical storm Norman dumped a fair amount of rain over the course of a few days.

Billfish: After a few days of no fishing, boats headed out and found the outside water clean and blue. The billfish fishing has been close and most can be found less than 5 miles out. This season has been one of the best we have seen in a long time and it has not shown signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Dorado: The bite is steady, and with all the debris from the storm, we are finding schools of dorado in the 10-pound range around the lighthouse. Some big bulls are being caught while targeting billfish. Just like the billfish season, the dorado fishing this year has been nothing short of fantastic.

Striped marlin: The stripers are definitely around, and as the water temps keep cooling, it’s only going to get better. Magdalena Bay will be our primary fishery for striped marlin this fall and winter.

Well, I am picking up my clients tomorrow and we will be fishing hard for the next few days, so stay tuned on Facebook and Twitter for our daily updates and photos.

Tight lines,