East Cape fishing remains incredible and I am seeing nothing but smiling faces at the end of the day.
Ed Pafford of Bakersfield visited the East Cape the first time in 1981. As he described " the first year we took a jet to La Paz and then a DC3 to the East Cape. We didn't know where we were going and the plane just dropped the 6 of us in the desert". Ed has returned to the East Cape every year since. Last week after his first day he came up in the bridge of Jen Wren III and described his day as "the best I have ever experienced". That is a mouth full but true for most anglers visiting our area right now.
Marlin, sailfish, dorado and wahoo have all been giving anglers a hand full. After showing up a bit late the tuna bite has just gone insane. Even Broadbill swordfish have made an unprecedented July showing. To top it off our weather has been outstanding.
Boys and girls I can't imagine how it could get much better.
Ed Pafford pulled a white bonito out of the middle of a tuna bite
Yellowfin showed up late but are now in huge numbers
Small reel nice fish
Full fish boxes are norm
Swordfish in July. Unheard of!
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