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April 02, 2009

RedRum Sportfishing - Cabo San Lucas

April 2nd, 2009

Windy and Warm

Cabo San Lucas is experiencing some beautiful clear skies and sunny weather at 79 degrees with some whipping winds coming in from the south at 12 mph. The RedRum boats are still heading out to the Sea of Cortez near the 1150 bank and Punta Gorda bank.

The first boat back was RumRunnin with Javier and Cesar as the mate today. The crew on board is one of my dearest friends down here in Cabo, Cindy McIntosh who just celebrated her 40th birthday! Her husband flew in some of her family and friends from Windsor and Penticton, Canada as a surprise so they joined her on board. Stan the Man, friend Lea, brother Darin and friend Gig. They headed out far about 25 miles to the 1150 bank as well as outside of Punta Gorda, which is where they encountered their action for the day. Cindy fought the 45-50 lb Dorado that was reeled in by a green and black lure. They had 8 huge filets to take with them that they are going to cook up and enjoy this evening! So proud of you, Cindy I'll expect to see the pictures in my inbox soon.

Finally coming back at about 3:45 is ReelRum with Omar and Americo. The cute couple Rob and Violet from Pennsylvania headed out far on the Sea of Cortez. They had their heart set on catching marlin. Although we gave them a fair warning about going out that far could mean not catching anything at all, they wanted to go for it anyway, so 33 miles they went. However, this is one of the days where the odds were in their favor. All caught on live bait, they reeled in a nice sized Dorado, 5 Mako Sharks all catch and release and they almost got their 150 lb. striped marlin aboard, but lost it right at the boat. It was Miss. Violet that did the reeling on that monster. Congrats guys, that is a hell of a day out there.

Until tomorrow?
Brooke