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December 15, 2010




This month has been excellent, we are still on the prime time for the king of the In Shore division the Rooster Fish and plenty of them have been caught and more were release, even when June, July & August is prime time for them and you can see the top Fishermen not only from America but Europe and all over the world in Zihua to have a battle with this warrior, now in September the only difference is that most of those fishermen re gone but the Roosters stayed longer this year, we are lucky to find them all year round but prime time is something you don't want to miss. Among a few other fishermen that decided to take a chance on September, we can talk about Kevin from Minnesota that caught 9 Rooster and several big Jacks with Adolfo Aleman on the 2 Hermanos super panga. Of course we have a large variety of species for inshore and Jacks, Snooks, Spanish makares, Needle fish and many others can guarantee a day full filled of action.

Off Shore Action, we are on our low season in Ixtapa & Zihuatanejo which means that not many people is in town which makes no difference for Fishing, weather is kind of crazy which I think is good and bad, I'll let the Scientifics to tell you why is bad, but the good thing is that in Zihua these last years currents were favorable for fishing, Zihuatanejo has been recognized for been a fishing paradise but the action has increase a lot, just one small example is that this year we had the longest Marlin season, we usually find them with some luck all year round increasing the chances on Nov, Dec, Jan, MAR, APR, & May, but this year prime time started in march and didn't stop till August, but not only finding them once in a while but you had almost the same chances to find Marlin than finding Sail Fish (which we have plenty). That's about Marlin but Sail Fish is here all year round some weeks are better that others but you always have a chance, as you may know in Zihua going far or near makes no much difference due to the San Andres fall which provides of deep blue water minutes from the coast. worse scenario now a day in September due to our raining season we are not finding as many Sails as we are used to find in other months, but is not only prime time for Roosters but since the Rivers are bringing trees and vegetation to the sea, now a day every boat going out is coming back with 5 to 15 nice size Dorados (mahimahi) and even once in a while with sails, in Novembers usually things come back to normal and stars Prime time for all Off Shore species.