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 Jan 22, 2007; 11:51AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum



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Captain George Landrum
gmlandrum@hotmail.com
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Cabo Fish Report
January 15-21, 2007

WEATHER: If you remember, we ended last week with clouds moving into our area. Well, the jet stream that brought them to us stayed overhead almost the whole week. People who were looking forward to sunny skies and a chance to lay out on the beach and get a tan were disappointed as the only sunny day we had all week was Saturday after 2 pm and Sunday. It looks as if the jet stream will move back over us in another day or so. With the clouds came wet weather. Not enough rain fell to make the streets run with small rivers, but there was enough to get everything wet and it really had a chance to soak in. Of course this means that in a few weeks the desert will be blooming and everything will be green! Because of the clouds our temperatures did not change much, our daytime highs were in the mid 70s while the night time lows were around the mid to low 60s.
WATER: With the jet stream and clouds came the wind. It was more northerly than usual so if you were on the water this side of Punta Cristobal on the Pacific side of the Cape the surface conditions were not bad. Past there it got choppy and sloppy. The same held true for surface conditions on the Cortez side once you got up to the Punta Gorda area. Water temperatures were a fairly steady 71-72 degrees everywhere with the exception of a warm eddy just to the south and west of the San Jaime Bank, there the water warmed up to 74 degrees. Just to the north of there, to the west of the Golden Gate Bank, it cooled off to 68-69 degrees. As is normal, the cool water was off color while the warmer water had a nice blue to it.
BAIT: Bait this week was 75% Mackerel, as the water continues to cool off there will be a change to almost all Mackerel. There were Sardinas available off of Palmilla at the usual $20 per scoop.
FISHING:

BILLFISH: The Striped Marlin bite has remained excellent, as the fish have moved closer to us. The bite is still happening at the Golden Gate Bank and boats drifting bait on the top are still hooking up, but the choppy conditions have brought a lot of fish to the surface and now there are tailing fish everywhere. Reports from a few private boats that have been spending the entire day out on the water are that the fish are very active just to the inside (shoreward) of the Golden Gate. I sent a half-day on the water Friday and had tailing fish all over the place at the Punta Cristobal area and they were being very active and hungry as well. There are still fish being found at the ledge at the lighthouse, but there is very little bait stacked up there at the moment. There are some good balls of bait off the edge about a half-mile, and boats with good sonar have been doing well staying on top of the bait. For anglers with less seaworthy constitutions, the calmer waters just to the south of the Cape have also provided plenty of action with catches of two to four Marlin a day and they have been less than four miles offshore. There were reports of one small Blue Marlin of about 200 pounds being caught this week and it was from the Punta Cristobal area.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: There were a few Yellowfin caught this week but they were far from shore, almost 35 miles to the west in the warm water edge off of the San Jaime. A few football fish were found closer to home but that was about it for the Tuna this week.
DORADO: The Dorado bite continued this week; boats working close to the beach on the Pacific side had the best results. Bright colored lures run at 8-8 knots worked well as did slow trolling live bait in areas where fish were seen. Most of the Dorado were in the 15-pound class but there was an occasional boat that hit a pocket of bigger fish in the 40-pound class. With the choppy conditions it was more difficult to spot floating debris so there were not quite the number of fish found that there were last week, but the numbers were still very good.
WAHOO: We have just come to the new moon phase so the Wahoo bite has been slow. There were a couple of fish caught this week, but most of the red flags that I saw as Wahoo flags turned out to be for Sierra.
INSHORE: The Sierra bite has started to turn on finally as the water has continued to cool. There has also been a fair bite on Pargo in close at the rocky points. Getting right up in the rocks and tossing out live bait has resulted in hookups for almost everyone, but the choppy conditions have made it a thrill ride as well.
NOTES: The poor Seahawks couldnt get it done, sigh. It was a hell of a game though, and fun to watch. I had no voice left on Monday morning! Today will be a great one as well with the two games going on. Ill watch them after golf this morning. I still have my fingers crossed that some day Ill break 100. On the f9ishing side of the notes, there are Whales everywhere out there right now, we are seeing both Gray and Humpbacks every trip. A sight I will never forget is coming up on what appeared to be a floating mass of kelp, only to find that it was a vast school of Humboldt Squid, all of them at least three feet long. They were on the surface and what I thought was kelp were their tentacles and fins breaking the water as they fed on pelagic red crab. We slowed the boat to see them better and got bit on both the short corner lures! Not a great fight on #50 tackle, but it was a lot of fun when we went to smaller gear. Until next week, tight lines!






































 


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