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June 21, 2010

June 19 Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report - Slippery Lizzard Sportfishing

Good temperatures and chlorophyll levels are yeilding high amounts of tuna and dorado.

Water temperatures, chlorophyll, and bait supply seem to be aligned the last couple of days. With calm waters and fish within three miles of the harbor, anglers are enjoying the best Cabo has to offer. The average day of fishing is a couple of Striped Marlin releases, a full cooler of Yellowfin Tuna and Dorado, and a thrilling fight with better than average sized Rooster fish on light tackle. Reports of sightings and confirmed catches of big Blue and Black Marlin are also on the rise.