The bay is still full of small to medium size Dorado now mixed with Sierra so that actually worked out fine. Later in the week the winds died down allowing us to fish the seamounts at El Bajo and the North end of Cerralvo finding cooler water temperatures. These conditions are more in line to get the Wahoo on the chew.
Dorado are still the main targeted species. Depending on the wind direction will determine your fishing spots but they still seem to be scattered throughout the area.
Updates on the Mag bay trips: The fishing is spectacular as always with Tuna, Wahoo and giant grouper of various species. November is booked solid so we should have some great reports to salivate over the next month.
Cabo has a lot going on this week with the Black and Blue and Bisbee tournaments. Fishing here in La Paz hasn’t changed much. Now the Dorado are back in force and seem to be getting bigger by the week. 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. 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.
We have snapper, AmberJacks, grouper and the likes hanging on the seamounts but with this water temperature their time in range is coming to an end, it’s time to change gears. Our guest are now mostly targeting Dorado which are so plentiful that it would make no sense to pass on this incredible fighting and most desirable eating fish. The striped Marlin are abundant. We’ve had a few reports of Wahoo and We have reports of tuna 60 miles South of us.
We still have Dorado and Striped Marlin dominating the fishing action. They are plentiful and really close to home. The average size of the Dorado are starting to get much larger. October normally is the kick off of the Wahoo season. Both Blue and Black Marlin are hanging around the seamounts feeding on the Bonito and dorado that are in the area. For the most part the tuna have been a no show. A couple here and there or I saw them yesterday but they wouldn’t bite.