That being said everybody’s coming back with fish.
It’s looking like the seamounts are starting to load up. This is good news as it gives us more fishing options when the fishing pressure gets heavy. The problem is there’s no protection from the wind so most days were tucked in close to the shore.
The Pargo and Cabrilla are mixed in on the rocky points as well with some yellow snapper, the largest I’ve ever seen.
There’s really no reason to keep this long. The fishing is good, the conditions are challenging but always start to change for the better in the coming month. March, April and May are probably the consistent months for catching fish as it’s the season for Yellowtail, AmberJacks, Pargo and Cabrilla. All great fighting and incredible eating fish.
Our weather is warm the beer is cold and the fish are hungry, get on down.
Hope to see you soon.
Keep the faith