Fishing Flattens Out


La Paz Fishing Report / 15th december 2019

Weather & Bait

Folks, I really dislike when other people who write fish reports don’t have much to write about so they start to embellish or flat out make things up.
So today I write you letting you know there’s not much to say in regards to fishing lately.
The weather is firmly in our winter prevailing North wind pattern. The water is cooling down 76 degrees although I must say the clarity isn’t bad for this time of year.

Fish Talk

There has been some reports breezing Dorado in the channel, a tuna here a marlin there, not much. We had a spearfishing group on the seamount spot some yellowtail and AmberJacks, they didn’t get a shot off but sounds like the transition is taking place. The crowds are light as everyone is more focused on friends and family and typical holiday activities. Normally after Christmas we start sending our guides out to start scouting the traditional winter/spring yellowtail, Pargo, Cabrilla spots. Usually once they settle in they will spend the entire season in the same spot. This is not only fun, but gives our guests a little head start. Shhhhh. Will keep you posted.
Anyway folks that’s what I got.

What's Next

Have a Happy and safe holiday, we will talk soon !

Until next week,
Keep the faith


Scott Ohara

Scott Ohara

For Scott, the tug is the drug... He's now retired from business to pursue his passion and fish as much as he possibly can.

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