Fishing continued to be up and down again this week.
We are still seeing some big tuna, although they were mostly landed earlier in the week. Early in the week the tuna bite was north by the ocho-ocho, where we say tuna from football size to 160lbs. Later in the week the tuna bite moved south to Los Frailes and we started to see much smaller tuna. The dorado bite is still very strong with guest finding dorado north and south all week long.
The dorado have been in the 15-35lbs. range for most of the week. We are still seeing plenty of billfish in the area with striped marlin, sailfish and blue marlin coming in almost every day.
This week we also saw roosters up to 35lbs., wahoo, grouper, skip jacks and pargo.
The winds kicked up on Thursday and Friday from the south east which made fishing a little tough, but the forecast for this weekend shows that things will be calming down.
Water temperatures have been ranging from 81-83 degrees this week with air temperatures in the upper 80’s to low 90’s in the day, then dropping down to the mid 70’s to low 80’s at night