La Paz Fishing Report / december 8th 2019
Weather & Bait
The fish really haven’t moved off the spots they’ve been all summer. If anything the only difference is we’re adding the winter cooler water species to the mix without having to move around.
Dorado and wahoo are still being found on the north end of Cerralvo. Dark colored Marauders and Halcos trolled between 7-10 knots are getting the Wahoos attention, but slow troll a chihuil with wire and a trap hook and your odds dramatically increase. We are still finding Tuna on the south end of the island. Although this school has thinned out a bit a few fish in the 60-100lb range are landed every day. Mostly chunking calamar or dead sardines.
As we continue into our winter season we should expect to start seeing more yellowtail, Cabrilla and Pargo in the mix.
Until next week,
Keep the faith