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Lucky Joes 18/0 Weighted Bridge Gaff

Lucky Joes 18/0 Weighted Bridge Gaff
Lucky Joes 18/0 weighted Bridge Gaff 2 1/2 pounds approximate weight for those windy days fishing.

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CABO SAN LUCAS FISH REPORT FOR AUGUST 8-14, 2005

WEATHER: All right, the nights have cooled off a little bit but only because we have had a bit of a breeze. Other wise, its been consistently in the mid 70s during the night with our day time temperatures getting up to the very high 90s with a bit of humidity to make things just a bit sweaty. We were expecting clouds at the end of the week but they failed to materialize and the weather predictions show nothing coming our way for a few days.

WATER: The temperature break that extended north-south across the 95 spot last week has stayed in place all week long, and with temperatures changing from 83-84 degrees on the east side to 77-78 on the west side over a distance of two miles it has been the place to go. This has been a result of a strong California current along the Pacific coast, go out to the San Jaime and Golden Gate Banks and the water is 80 degrees. Surface conditions have been great in the mornings along the temp break but the afternoons have been choppy once the 10 am winds come in from the south-west.

BAIT: There was Caballito available from the local bait boats at the normal $2 per bait but there were no signs of Sardinas or Mackerel.

FISHING:

BILLFISH: Well, the Blue Marlin have finally decided to show up for the party! I talked with five boats yesterday and three of the five hooked up to Blues with only one boat getting the fish in for a release. The two that did not hook up saw fish come into the pattern but for one reason or another they were not able to interest the fish in anything they offered. With these Blues showing up there are still Striped Marlin around as well. All five of the boats I talked with released at least one Striped Marlin as well. The action took place at the temperature break or just off to the east on the warm side for the Blue Marlin and to the west on the cool side for the Stripers. Blue Marlin action came on lures while the Stripers were eating Caballito. Other Blue Marlin action was found up the coast on the Cortez side around the Punta Gorda area with lots of bait being found along the 100 fathom line. There were Blue Marlin in there feeding and a few boats had fairly steady action in the area (that meaning a hook-up per day with more fish seen) on fish averaging 250 pounds.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: No change from last week so this is a repeat! There are still scattered small football fish around the coast areas on the Pacific side, and there were a few school fish found right in front of town just before the weekend. Some of the school fish were in the 60 pound class and provided last minute excitement for boats coming in after a long trip. There were several pods of porpoise reported to have nice fish among them up in the Golden Gate Banks area, but I never saw any of the fish myself or talked one-on-one with anyone who had caught them, so maybe it was just rumors. Most of the Tuna were caught on feathers with a couple of the larger fish caught on live bait during drop-backs.

DORADO: No change in the Dorado report from last week, so here it is. We were seeing a lot more Dorado this week than last week, and they have been close to home as well, from just off the coast on the Pacific side to the San Jaime Banks. The majority of the fish have been small; around 8-10 pounds but there have been fish in the 50 pound class caught as well. Bright colored lures run on the outriggers have gotten most of the initial strikes, and for the guys trying it, the followers have been a blast on fly fishing gear!

WAHOO: No action to report.

INSHORE: Roosterfish action on the Cortez side of the Cape from just outside of the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar on up the coast to the La Laguna area. Most of the hook-ups have been on slow trolled live Mullet just outside of the breakers and some of the fish have been very nice sized with the average weight at 35 pounds. There has not been a lot of other inshore action as the bottom fishing has tapered off. Most of the Pangas here in Cabo have been heading to just outside the light house on the Pacific side looking for Dorado and Striped Marlin.

NOTES: We sure were glad to see that temp break hold position for so long, and we have our fingers crossed that it will stay there for a while longer. Now if the Tuna would just come and visit us things would be great. I know there are Tuna somewhere in the area because I have seen three Super Seiners transit the area this week. This weeks report was written to the music of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy on their 1998 Interscope release Mr. Pinstripe Suit. Swing on! Until next week, tight lines!
 


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