This week the main East Cape action moved to the buoys about 15 miles off of Punta Pescadro where quality sized dorado have taken center stage. In recent years I can't remember when boats have been able to consistently catch this grade of fish. Lots of smaller schoolie sized fish are being caught as well but when the big dog bites hang on to your hat.
The marlin have moved to the same area but the bite has been a little inconsistent. One day they are up and the next day it's a no show
The Sea of Cortez never ceases to amaze me and something is always on the prowl. Because of off colored water and crazy currents yellowfin have not made their normal, predictable showing in numbers but dorado have taken up the slack. The dorado not only make good table fare but provide a great photo opportunity as well.
Below are some dandys we captured this week.
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Last edited by glaw; 06-11-12 at 11:02 AM.