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March 15, 2011

Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report, March 14th

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Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report, March 14th
Not much in the way of new news from Land's End. Unfavorable conditions are still making for frustrating fishing days on Cabos normal fishing grounds. Fishing the temperature breaks in open water from 30 to sixty miles offshore has been the best way to find Yellowfin Tuna. The bait has made the annual wrap into the sea of cortez and the fishing has started to shift. This is handy as the blue water is streamlined and makes charter fishing fun. We are heading out past the arch and fishing for yellowtail, moving off and working northeast on the temperature break lines. Working the porpoise and baiting all of the surface swimming Striped Marlin puts us at inner gordo by slack-tide. What Dorado are left can be found hungry at this tme. Then make the call to fish inshore for rooster on the beaches of La Playita or speed up the troll and look for Wahoo nearshore as we work our way back to port. Typical charter needs to run long as the fishing is pretty spread out. Plan on a ten hour day this will increase you chances on slow days, it will allow for extended time in good water on good days, and can allow for multi species action on great days. The cost involved for the provider is mainly in the Run out to good water and the Run back, trolling a couple of extra hours is better for both the provider and the anglers. The fishing in Cabo is like no other place on earth. There is always something to catch in the Sea of Cortez. When the bite is a little slow in one area there are always other places to run and other species to target.