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 Mar 1, 2004; 11:41AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
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CABO SAN LUCAS FISH REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 22-28, 2003-04



WEATHER: On and off winds this week as it seemed that every other day it became gusty.
This kept the daytime highs down to the mid 80s and the nighttime lows around the low 50s.
No cloud cover, bright sunny skies almost every day, and no rain. The winds were from the north
and west and there were times when we had gusts to 25 knots, but for the most part they were in
the 10-15 knot range.

WATER: Water on the Pacific side remained in the high 60s all week. Warmer water was 40
miles and more to the west. There was water in the to the south of us at around 15-20 miles and
to the east at 30 miles. Gorda Banks had warm water in the 73 degree range all week, with
cooler water up against it. There was a good temperature break on the 1150 spot for a few days
during the end of the week. Surface conditions changed day to day, depending on the gusty
winds, but the Pacific was pretty choppy for the most part, at least in the afternoon, while the Sea
of Cortez remained somewhat calmer. On Friday, the Cortez side was like glass in the morning
but got choppy in the afternoon as the wind started blowing.

BAIT: Almost all the bait this week was Caballito at the normal $2 per bait.

FISHING

BILLFISH: There were very few Marlin caught this week and the Striped Marlin that did hit
were mostly caught on lures. They were found in the cooler water on the Pacific side and
averaged #110. Darker colored lures seemed favored. I had reports of Swordfish being sighted
and baited, but none hooked or landed. All the sightings were on the Pacific side, up the coast
towards the Golden Gate Banks.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: These fish may become the fish of the month if they stay around. There
were good concentrations found around the 1150 spot, the 95 spot and 14 miles to the south of
the Cape, as well as on the San Jaime. Every area had the Tuna associated with Porpoise, and
every area held some nice fish. There were a lot of football sized Tuna in there, but there seemed
to be just as many fish in the 40-60 pound range. On the 1150 there were a few fish in the 100+
pound range caught as well. Feathers in darker colors for the smaller fish and dark colored
medium sized lures for the larger fish. I had some one tell me they found their fish stuffed with
krill and others told me theirs were stuffed with squid.

DORADO: We did not see the numbers of Dorado this week that we were seeing last week and
that may very well be due to the absence of the kelp that was here last week. With fewer floating
objects, the bite fell off. There were fish found just off shore on both the Pacific and Cortez side,
but they were smaller 10-15 pound fish for the most part, and hit on Tuna feathers.

WAHOO: I only saw three Wahoo flags all week and did not get a chance to see any of the fish
or talk to any anglers or Captains who caught them.

IN SHORE: What happened to the Sierra? They all but disappeared from our area, but there are
reports of a good bite farther up the Sea of Cortez. In their place, there was good action on
Pargo once again, close to the beach on the Pacific side. Other than that, the inshore action has
been limited to an occasional Dorado and some smaller Skipjack, Amberjack and Needlefish.

NOTES: Humpback Whales are still put there, but I have not seen as many Gray whales this
week. There was a good bite on giant Squid on Thursday and Friday, some of the Squid going to
50 + pounds. This weeks music was Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young on the 1974 Atlantic release
Deja Vu.
 


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