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Cabo Fishing Report, August 8

Capt. Jason Smith
August 8, 2011
Cabo San Lucas - Saltwater Fishing Report

Monday, August 8, 2011
Cabo Fishing Report, August 8
Been away for far too long. For starters, fishing is out of sight here at Land's End! You name it we've got it. The perfect charter day, Start the morning off with a short run up the Pacific to los arches and start trolling for Dorado, expect early morning action with a handful of Mahi in the 30 to 40 lb range. As you work your way to the south side of Golden Gate switch up tackle to some ilanders with small baits, and cedar plugs and work the porpoise for yellowfin tuna. We have been landing yellowfin in the 80 to 150 lob range for the last two weeks. Don't be shocked by the occasional monster of 200 to 300 lbs!!! The Afternoon has been blessed with a steady bite on billfish with large numbers of striped Marlin, Sailfish, Blue , and Black Marlin. Make sure to start out with plenty of live bait and don't fish with anyone who is not ready to catch more on the water.(Sabiki rigs, and Bait nets) If youve never caught a roosterfish let your captain know and pull up inshore on the way back in and make good use of your remaining live baits, the roosters love the smaller goggle eyes. They are not record size, but they are plentiful. Just one more addition to a world class day. I guess the name of the game is, BE READY FOR ANYTHING! It is not too early in he season for the big boys, they are rising from the depths and knocking em down about one every four or five charters. Keep something in the water big enough for em to chew on, let it run out long and don't be suprised if it goes off. From a tour providers standpoint it is smart to drag something meaty with a big enough rig, just so you don't get spooled and lose your lure and a couple hundred bucks in line. Over the month we have been off blog Cabo has had 20 plus fish ovedr 500 lbs and probably 250 tunas over 100 lbs. We are shaping up for a great tournament season. We will be posting four or five more reports on tournament prep and vessel selection as long as a few words on each tourney themselves. It is all about communication as Dr. Phil would say. Tourney fishing is like marriage, when its good there is nothing better, but when it's bad... oh boy it can be a kick in the nuts. Stay tuned this week for all the upcoming tips, and speaking of staying tuned check us out on Arctic Cat Outdoors with Kieth Dailey and the boys from the pursuit channel on direct TV, if you miss it there just copy and paste this url and watch us on line on pursuits website....www.pursuitchannel.com/ShowDetail.asp?ShowID=10

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Plaza Puerto Paraiso Loc 86
Col E Medano
Cabo San Lucas, 23454
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