Well after a stretch of about 4 weeks of sub par fishing, we are finally seeing a turn for the better. The winds kicked up this past week, especially yesterday and today, but that also brought cooler temperatures and more importantly cooler water temperatures. The main reason for the sub par fishing we were experiencing was that the water temperatures were just too warm. We were seeing water temps. in the upper 80?s to low 90?s and that is just ?no bueno?. Late this week we saw water temps. drop down to the mid to low 80?s which is ideal. Once we saw water temps. go down, we saw fishing pick up. This week anglers landed more dorado than we had seen since late July, although we didn?t see too many bulls come in. The tuna fishing picked up as well and we saw some nice tuna come in this week with weights of 120, 90, 85 and down to football size. The billfish are also biting with more than a dozen blues landed, more than 300 striped marlin and sails as well. The inshore fishing continued to be as hot as it has been now for weeks. We continued to see some nice roosters, jack cravalle, amber jacks, big eyed jacks, ladyfish, pargo, rainbow runners and more. The air temperatures have been very pleasant with a high in the mid 80?s and a low in the low 70?s. Water temperatures today were right around 84 degrees. That?s it for his week amigos! Eddie Dalmau/Baja?s Van Wormer Resorts.