The Dorado are still the main event with the largest concentration in the San Juan area around the buoys. Most days limiting out early is not a problem.
Unfortunately after your done there’s not much else going on. Actually it’s been a bit of a scratch for most pelagic species.
There has been some limited activity around Punta Norte for Wahoo. Nothing crazy. The problem there is if you start your day fishing Dorado at San Juan de La costa Cerralvo island is too far for your second stop.
We had a couple charters this week run all the way out to the south end of Cerralvo including the 88 bank. This is approximately 110 miles round trip and they were skunked. Long boat ride for nothing.
The tuna are starting to settle in around Inman bank. This is a great sign. This is way out of our range but hopefully they will continue to move North. The Billfish have also become scarce. An occasional sailfish or Striper but even that has slowed down.
Over all the week has been somewhat disappointing, fortunately the only thing that is consistent is the fishing is inconsistent. So next week can and will probably be completely different.
Today there was a tuna tournament at La Rivera. When we get the results from the tournament we should have a better idea of the tuna migration.
I wish I could tell you more but that’s the scoop.
Since school start next week I would anticipate lighter crowds in the coming weeks. Light fishing pressure is normal a positive thing. We’ll see, Have a great week and be safe.
Keep the faith