Pargo

Goodbye May Fishing Report

The yellowtail and Cabrilla are still on the feed on both live bait trolled at depth and jigging 150 gram butterfly jigs in assorted colors. Large schools of AmberJacks running 30-50lbs are hunkered down in their usual spots but, aren’t feeding on a regular basis. We have caught some real nice Dorado 30 pound class in open water. No grass no birds just blind strikes. The striped Marlin are migrating up the Sea of Cortez in large pods. Inshore fishing has been real consistent. Pargo have been up in the shallows spawning. Roosters are combing the beaches in search of food. If Rooster fish are on your bucket list this is your chance.

Welcome May Fishing Report

Over all fishing is good. The cooler water around the islands and seamounts are still holding yellowtail, Cabrilla and Pargo. I’m a bit surprised that the AmberJacks haven’t made a bigger showing. Most boats are picking up a couple Dorado. Mostly around the sargasso paddies and current lines. Slow trolling sardines or casting into the paddies are producing fish in the 20lb class.

Easter Fishing Report

With all the spring species (Yellowtail, Pargo and Cabrilla) still available and the Pelagic’s ( Dorado, Roosters and striped Marlin) starting to show the daily variety is yours for the choosing. Unfortunately the yellowtail have seemed to thin out a bit.

MagBay Fishing Report

When the water conditions were good the wahoos were stacked. Whether you were spearfishing or rod and reel limits of Wahoo were plentiful with quadruple hookups very common. When the water conditions changed we would fish further south for Marlin and tuna. The tuna ran a bit on the smaller size this year but were plentiful. Chasing them under schools of porpoise or chunking on the seamounts we got our share. We did manage to both spear and catch a few in the legit #250 lb range. The striped Marlin are chasing down the bait balls this time of year. This is quite a site as you will see large groups of Frigate birds come out of nowhere giving you an exact location of hundreds of Marlin going nuts feeding on large schools of bait. The Dorado are just everywhere.

Thanksgiving Fishing Report

This is the time of year when we get a wide variety of fish. The rocky spots off Espíritu Santos island has been good for Cabrilla and Pargitos trigger fish Snook. There’s still some Dorado and Marlin in the area but the bite is not consistent and with the wind coming up the ride home can get pretty bumpy.

November 13th Fishing Report

Currently there’s a good bite on both Striped and Blue Marlin and quality 30-40 lb Dorado offshore.
There are tons of small schoolies size Dorado in the bay, hanging out around the tankers. 
The Mag Bay trips are in full swing. Everything from Striped Marlin, Wahoo Tuna to Broomtail and Gulf grouper. The bite out there is just starting to heat up.

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