Pisces Fishing Reports
This week saw the start of two of our tournaments this season, first off, the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament and now, ongoing, the Bisbees Offshore Tournament.
A few of our boats entered the tournament, which saw 43 teams in total. We were glad to see our 38ft C Rod winning 1st Place in the Tuna Daily Jackpot division, with angler Bryce Schell from Canada landing a 146.80 pound yellowfin tuna.
As for non-tournament news, the fishing this week still saw many dorado catches per boat, as seems to be the trend this month, with the larger marlin starting to trickle in (as of course is influenced by anglers and captains specifically targeting these fish). Tuna were mainly small, except for our C Rod’s winning tuna and another 40+ pounder. Other species caught were mainly shark, a few roosterfish, and a few wahoo.
Again this week, it’s dorados galore! But, we have seen an increase in blue marlin as well.. This is good news as we have billfish tournament season right around the corner! In other catches, still reeling in some tunas, although small, and wahoos have continued to show up as well. Quite a few thresher sharks have not only been caught this week, but have also been keeping anglers on their toes as they have been trying to steal the numerous dorado being reeled in.
Overall catch success rate of 84% - first black marlin of the season, double header on blue marlin, tons of dorado.
Fishing in Cabo was hot this week with lots of table fish as well as blue marlin, striped marlin and the odd sailfish.
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