Fishing here in La Paz hasn’t changed much. We did have a couple of days after the storm where the bite was off a bit but, now the Dorado are back in force and seem to be getting bigger by the week. It’s still literally limits in minutes. Slow trolling sardines are all you need. Keep a hooked fish in the water and his buddies will just circle your boat. We’ve had four and five hook ups at once.
We are hoping the water temperature will start to cool down a few degrees, I thought the storm might push some cooler water up our way but, that didn’t seem to happen. A few degrees cooler should activate the Wahoo that are hanging around the seamounts. The Spearos can see them they are just being lazy and definitely not on the chew.
October is normally the month that bite turnes on, oh yeah this is spooktober, so let’s hope the only spooking happens above the surface.
We did catch a few tuna out at the Bajo, but they were just little guys. Great bait for Marlin but too small to keep for eating.
There have been reports of Sierra in front of Tecolote, trolling small Rapalas or anything shiny on light gear, they’re fun and great eating.