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Cabo Fishing Report, June 14

Capt. Jason Smith
June 14, 2011
Cabo San Lucas - Saltwater Fishing Report

Cabo Fishing Report, June 14
Anglers take your pick! A choose your own adventure type setting if you will. We have readily available, striped marlin, yellowfin tuna, dorado, and wahoo. All of these species are located on the same sea mounds as well. The typical short 4 mile run to blue water into the sea of cortez will be the extent of the time spent without lures in the water. The time in between strikes leaves you hardly enough time to enjoy a sandwich! The way the fish are all stacked up together leaves the crew guessing at what is hooked up. The differences in the way they fight can be debated until the first jump or two,or lack there of, then it is up to the crew to decide if it is time to drop in a few more plugs and shoot for a multiple hook up or clear lines and settle in for the main event. The thing to watch for is changes in water temp as the fish have held between the 95 spot to the gordo banks for three weeks now and keeping a close eye on the movement of the good water can keep you in the fish from the beginning. It is well worth the 15 extra bucks to get some extra live bait as you leave the marina to be ready for the abundance of surface running fish being seen during the typical full day. Full summer is here for the very lucky or the very patient as the blue and black marlin are here as well. A decent number of broadbill swordfish are being spotted as well, and are taking bait on the surface about 50% of the time they are presented with it.

The best thing to do in these conditions is run a mixed range of lures, with a few cedar plugs in short and some larger blue marlin plugs run out long. Vary trolling speeds regularly to pick up on some of the bigger wahoo. Keep lures in the water and keep your eyes peeled for tails and diving birds on the surface. If the crew works hard the day should be nothing short of spectacular.

Where to fish: Sea of Cortez running from the 95 to the back side of the Gordo Banks.

Available Species: Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, Striped Marlin, Broadbill Swordfish, Pacific Sailfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Dorado, and Wahoo.

Hot Spot: 1150

Typical catch: Between 2 and 4 billfish and a handfull of cooler fish, 3 tunas, and 2 dorados, and 1 wahoo.

Great Summer Season at Land's End, get out on the water if you can!

S.L.

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