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Anglers

July 26, 2015



Last week Hurricane Dolores threatened to impact the Southern Baja region,
but never amounted to much at all, as the system veered further west.
Keeping it far enough away to cause any damage at all, actually very little
rainfall was accounted for, the system dumped more rainfall in Southern
California than it did in Los Cabos. Port closure was lifted on Saturday
and conditions have been improving every day since. Ocean swells have
diminished to moderate levels, mid-week we had six foot swells for a day or
so, but this swell has weakened once again. Even though forecasts have
called for variable percentages of rainfall every day, it has been mostly
dry on the coast, with the exception of very limited isolated showers
quickly moving through. In the mountainous area north of the airport and to
La Paz, they reported greater measurable rainfall. We had been monitoring
recent development of Tropical Storm Felicia, but this storm moved far to
the west and quickly downgraded to a depression, causing no impact at all
locally, except for increasing tropical humid conditions. Slight breezes in
the afternoon have helped to keep conditions bearable.



Ocean temperatures are now reaching the upper 80 degree levels, with most
of the area now being in the 86/87 degree range, slightly cooler on the
Pacific side of the peninsula. Water clarity quickly rebounded with calmer
seas, blue water was found close to shore. Billfish activity has been
centered around the 1150 and 95 spots, as well as on the Gordo Banks.
Charters have been finding mixed success while trolling lures and various
rigged baitfish, with more numbers of blue marlin starting to move in, as
well as some lingering striped marlin and a few sailfish. Many charters
were accounted for multiple billfish days, while others told stories of
large fish being hooked, only to be lost.



The most consistent bite for the local panga fleet has been on the Gordo
Banks for smaller grade of yellowfin tuna, these fish were striking best on
sardinas, which remained available near the marina jetty in the early
morning, these fish ranged up to 10 lb., mixed in with white and black
skipjack. There are a few big yellowfin moving on to these same grounds and
early in the week we saw the first super cow of the season landed, this
tuna was hooked from a 22 ft. panga while soaking a bolito for bait on the
Inner Gordo, the fish took two hours to land on 60 lb. tackle with use of a
80 lb. leader, the yellowfin was weighed in at a whopping 331 lb. Quite an
achievement on a set up that was being rigged up for targeting dogtooth
snapper, which have also been lurking on the Inner Gordo Bank. Several
dogtooth snapper were being hooked into each day from this spot, with many
of these hook ups lost due to broken off leaders. The dogtooth that were
actually landed were weighing in the 30 to 55 lb class.



Dorado continue to be very scarce, just not many being found, who knows
what is going on to cause this lack of these normallyy abundant summer
season species., most likely these fish are searching out cooler Pacific
currents and different food sources. Wahoo were not being found either, not
really surprising, as these fish become sluggish in such warm waters.
Roosterfish action along the coastal stretches faded out, though an
occasional roosterfish was being found, some of these were up to 40 lb.



Still plenty of sharks being hooked into, they seemed to quiet down
immediately after the high swells passed, but in recent days they have
become a nuisance once again. Off the bottom a few cabrilla, amberjack,
yellowtail snapper, huachinango were rounding out catches. One 30 lb.
yellowtail was landed, not an everyday catch in 86 degree water, as these
jacks prefer cooler currents.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 68 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 1 yellowtail, 8 sailfish, 7 striped marlin, 4
blue marlin, 8 dorado, 430 yellowfin tuna, 12 dogtooth snapper, 6
amberjack, 5 cabrilla, 15 yellow snapper, 11 jack crevalle, 120 white
skipjack tuna, 14 bonito, 7 roosterfish and 14 huachinango (red snapper).



Good fishing, Eric






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 Jul 27, 2015; 06:52PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers July `19, 2015
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Anglers

July `19, 2015



After a quiet few weeks of calm weather with no tropical storm activity,
things became busy once again in the Eastern Pacific. With two named
systems developing quickly early in the week, Hurricane Dolores and
Tropical Storm Enrique, of which only Dolores moved close enough to impact
Southern Baja, this storm reached category four strength at one point while
churning over warm waters some 200 plus miles west of Cabo San Lucas, we
all felt fortunate that this storm stayed far enough from land to not cause
any devastating damage. The main impact we felt was that all ocean
activities were halted on Tuesday, as the Ports of Cabo San Lucas and
Puerto Los Cabos were closed with posted Red Flag conditions. There was
only scattered rainfall felt, more of this towards Todo Santos, with winds
to 30 mph, ocean swells peaked close to 15 feet high on Thursday. We do
expect that the Ports will reopen over the weekend sometime and
sportfishing charters and other outdoor activities will resume.



Prior to the stormy ocean conditions forcing port closures we were seeing
improved action for yellowfin tuna and dorado. Dorado were just making more
of a presence before the latest storm system, weights up to 20 lb. Most of
the yellowfin were smaller 5 to 10 lb. fish, though there were some larger
tuna in the area. Skipper Chame Pino on the super panga Killer II out of
La Playita landed a 140 pound yellowfin tuna off of the Gordo Banks while
using a fresh lively bolito for bait. This area has been plagued with
sharks recently, making it hard to keep a bait in the water long enough
without having a shark grab onto it, before any other gamefish has a
chance. Hopefully these pesky sharks move elsewhere soon so that anglers
have more opportunities. Ocean temperatures were nearing the 85 degree
range in some areas, likely that currents have cooled slightly with choppy
seas through much of the week, clarity will be stirred up for a bit as
conditions take time to rebound.



Live bait sources remained much the same, with caballito and a mix of some
moonfish being available. Only limited supplies of sardinas were found for
a few days before the storm, now bait suppliers will need to search all
over again for possible resources.



Roosterfish had become much more scattered during the past week, most
productive reports came from areas near Vinorama, where good numbers of
quality sized roosterfish were encountered. Only a handful of dogtooth
snappers were reported, most of these were seen very briefly, as they
engulfed slow trolled bait and immediately headed for the nearest rock
outcropping to cut the leader. Time we should see these big snapper showing
up on the offshore banks.



There continued to be chances at early morning action off of San Luis Bank
for red snapper (huachinango) while working yo-yo jigs, with some of these
fish nearing 15 lb., though this action was showing signs of slowing down
in the rapidly warming waters.



Billfish action was scattered, no particular hot spot, warmer currents had
the main migration of striped marlin moving towards Southern California.
Sailfish were encountered in limited numbers, as we near August we expect
more black and blue marlin to arrive on the local fishing grounds. With all
of the smaller sized yellowfin tuna now present, these are a favored food
source for big gamefish.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 21 charters for storm shortened week, with
anglers reporting a fish count of: 1 sailfish, 2 striped marlin, 26 dorado,
2 wahoo, 78 yellowfin tuna, 1 dogtooth snapper, 7 yellow snapper, 6 jack
crevalle, 9 bonito, 16 roosterfish and 18 huachinango (red snapper).



Good fishing, Eric




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 Jul 27, 2015; 06:49PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers July `12, 2015
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July `12, 2015



As school sessions end for the summer break we are now seeing more family
vacationers arrive in Los Cabos, they have been greeted with calm, warm and
humid patterns this past week. Distance tropical low pressure areas off to
the west have created more tropical conditions, though winds have been
light and skies very clear, moderate swells and clear blue water being
found close to shore. Only rainfall reported has been to the north of San
Jose del Cabo, near Miraflores and Santiago, vegetation is lush green in
this region, compared to the parched desert landscape south of the airport,
this is the normal pattern July through September, while coastal rainfall
is more often associated with storm systems from the south, not like local
thunderstorms that develop over the mountains north of San Jose del Cabo.



Ocean water temperatures have risen up to 85 degrees in areas, clear blue
water for the most part, varying currents, raging at times, fleets are
fishing over a wide span, searching for more productive waters. Billfish
action slowed, warmer water can make striped marlin very sluggish and the
majority of these stripers migrate towards California during the summer. A
handful of sailfish are now moving in, and there have been blue marlin hook
ups as well, though these fish are very scattered and not very active at
this time. The offshore fishing grounds are holding schools of bolito and
this past week we have seen more and more small football sized yellowfin
tuna arrive, they are usually a good indicator for attracting large
predators such as black and blue marlin. On the local Gordo Banks, this
action usually peaks during the months of August, September and October.



Dorado are even more scattered than the billfish are, only an occasional
fish being encountered, mixed sizes up to 20 lb., striking mainly in open
water on lures, this is the time of year where we normally see larger
concentrations of these popular gamefish. Wahoo have been elusive as well,
but everyday a few of these speedsters have been accounted for off of the
spots ranging from Red Hill, La Fortuna, to Iman Bank. The majority of the
wahoo strikes were taken on trolled Rapalas.



Panga fleets out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos Marina, continue to target
early morning action on the San Luis Bank for red snapper (huachinango),
anglers working yo-yo jigs off of the structure were hooking into quality
snapper weighing in 6 to 12 lb. class. This bite has tapered off compared
to the past couple of weeks, though there is still a good chance at landing
four or five of these snapper, with the only real productive time being
early in the morning, after the sun starts to rise these fish shut down and
most charters will then scout out other options offshore or inshore.



This season we have seem very limited activity for dogtooth snapper along
the rocky shoreline, only an accessional story being told, most of them
involving massive strikes that results in broken lines. The main action
being targeted along the shoreline now has been for roosterfish, though
this action became more difficult the past week, water clarity was crystal
clear in many stretches and this can make these fish spooky. Anglers that
went further north near Vinorama did report great action on larger sized
roosterfish, apparently they witnessed some truly epic feeding frenzy
activity.



An unusual catch was made by a commercial pangero the other day as he was
returning into the marina channel area and was slow motoring, while leaving
a moonfish out on a line, he hooked and landed a 30 lb. snook, all in front
of local crowd hanging at the La Playita fillet stations, not an everyday
catch.



The past couple of days we have seen some sardinas being found and then
sold by the bait suppliers to charters operating in the direction of Iman
Bank, these baitfish were found along the beach north of Vinorama, smaller
in size, but are the first sardinas we have seen in at least two months and
were being used to catch good numbers of smaller sized yellowfin tuna, most
in the 5 to 8 lb. range, though a few tuna in the 30, 40 to 50 lb. range
were also landed, some of these on yo-yo jigs or strips of squid. It is now
the time of year where we see larger yellowfin moving on to the local Banks
such as the Gordo Banks, Iman and San Luis. Last year there was a flurry of
big tuna action in early August, time will tell what happens this season.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 75 charters, with anglers reporting a fish
count of: 5 sailfish,14 striped marlin, 16 dorado, 17 wahoo, 135 yellowfin
tuna, 3 amberjack, 8 cabrilla, 14 yellow snapper, 12 jack crevalle, 24
bonito, 24 roosterfish and 105 huachinango (red snapper).



Good fishing, Eric








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Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
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 Jul 27, 2015; 06:45PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers June 14, 2015
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Anglers

June 14, 2015



Hurricane Blanca passed off to west of Cabo San Lucas last weekend,
although everyone was heeding the warnings and preparing for worse
conditions, this system never really amounted to much, very little rainfall
at all was felt, though on Sunday night there were some wind gusts up to 50
or 60 mph the blew through the Los Cabos Region. Sportfishing fleets were
shut down for three days due to stormy conditions, resuming operations on
Tuesday. Ocean conditions were a bit stirred up, water was off colored and
fleets were searching all the known local grounds for signs of the best
possible action. Ocean currents were strong, even though swells diminished,
water temperature ranged from 76 to 80 degrees through most of the area.
Baits supplies of caballito and moonfish were being found in the Puerto Los
Cabos Marina channel, only scattered numbers of mullet now showing up and
no signs yet of sardinas.



Center of the most consistent action was found around the 25 spot, off of
La Fortuna, inside of the Iman Bank. This is where hog sized amberjack have
been testing the skill and strength of anglers, with fish to over 60 pounds
being accounted for. These fish were striking on live baits while either
slow trolling or drift fishing over the rocky structure. The few charters
that did use downrigger equipment had particularly good results. Various
varieties of cabrilla and pargo rounded out the catches from this area,
with one more golden phased leopard grouper being accounted for.



Dorado were spread out, though a percentage of charters were finding
limited numbers of these fish, with a few larger bulls starting to be
accounted for. With the water now being an off colored greenish blue, we
have not had any wahoo action this past week. Yellowfin tuna were also
scarce during this past storm shortening week, though on Wednesday one
angler did report losing a nice yellowfin, of an estimated 80 pounds, right
as it neared the boat.



Striped marlin were spread out through the region, one charter boat had a
double hook up close to shore while trolling ballyhoo, marlin were also
found further offshore. There were reports from a couple different private
sportfishers of landing cow sized yellowfin tuna while traveling offshore
and encountering porpoise.



This is always the time of year when we see big roosterfish moving into the
local inshore grounds and in recent days we have seen roosterfish up to 65
pounds landed, still no big numbers, but these fish are definitely in the
area now. There were also some dogtooth snapper starting to appear along
shore, near the rock outcroppings, these fish will test even the most
skilled of anglers.



Presently we are closely monitoring the progress of Tropical Storm Carlos,
as this system is forecast to move in the direction of Southern Baja by
next Wednesday.


The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 52 charters for the shortened week, with
anglers reporting a fish count of: 8 striped marlin, 19 dorado, 3 yellowfin
tuna, 1 golden leopard grouper, 34 amberjack, 15 cabrilla, 3 dogtooth
snapper, 4 pargo colorado, 2 sierra, 10 yellow snapper, 12 jack crevalle, 8
bonito and 20 roosterfish.



Good fishing, Eric






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 Jul 8, 2015; 01:06PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo July 5, 2015
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July 5, 2015



We are now settling into the new month of July, weather on the horizon
remains calm at this time, no new tropical storms threatening, there are a
pair of low pressure areas far off towards the west, heading in the
direction of Hawaii, nothing to worry about in Southern Baja. With ocean
water temperatures ranging into the low 80s, these conditions can be ripe
for tropical storm systems to develop rapidly, so we will all be monitoring
forecasts closely.



Swells remain very moderate, currents are stronger that normal, winds were
somewhat unpredictable, at times picking up from the north and then just as
quickly shifting from out of the south, mainly from mid-day and into the
afternoon, early in the day ocean conditions were much calmer. Sportfishing
fleets have been concentrating on the grounds from outside of Cabo San
Lucas and north towards San Luis Bank.



Bait supplies often become more scattered during the full moon phase,
though at this time there have been both caballito and moonfish available.
On the offshore grounds there have been bolito, skipjack and some smaller
yellowfin tuna showing up, these can all be used for live bait as well.
There have been limited numbers of larger sized yellowfin tuna found
by sportfishers
traveling anywhere from 25 to 40 miles offshore, these tuna, up to 200
pounds, were traveling with pods of porpoise, striking on a variety of
lures, as well as available baitfish. A handful of yellowfin also were
hooked into off of the San Luis Bank by anglers that were targeting the red
snapper action that has been happening early morning on these grounds.
These tuna were ranging from smaller sized footballs, up to about 40 lb. No
significant numbers though, more tuna were seen at times, but it was
another story trying to entice them into biting, especially on days where
winds increased and currents were swift.



There are a wide selection of gamefish now present on the local grounds, a
time when offshore billfish grand slams are feasible, with there being
striped marlin, sailfish, black and blue marlin all being hooked into this
past week. Marlin have been found in close proximity to shore, most of this
action from 3 to 10 miles from shore. Blue water has recently been
encountered in close proximity on most days, fluctuating currents did move
off colored water in on occasions and boats would then travel further to
find cleaner areas. This is still the time of year when conditions are
stabilizing, as the hot summer season progresses, usually by mid-July we do
not have to deal with cooler Pacific currents working our direction, by
this time we would expect water temperatures of 85 degrees for the rest of
the summer.



One 400 pound class black marlin was reportedly landed by a charter based
out of Palmilla, also some blue marlin making their presence this past
week, most of these were in the 100 lb.to 200 lb. range. There are more
numbers of striped marlin than of the other species, a handful of sailfish
in the mix. Dorado were scattered, mixed sized, majority were smaller fish,
not in the numbers we would expect for this time period.



Many charters were doing some early morning bottom jigging or targeting
inshore roosterfish action, before trying some open blue water or outer
banks activity, this time of year there are a variety of options to choose
from and on any particular day a certain area can go off. The red snapper
(huachinango) bite has continued on the San Luis Bank, this has mainly been
an early morning bite on yo-yo jigs for snapper up to 12 lb., with Mexican
bonito, a few cabrilla or amberjack mixed in. This action had been more
consistent last week, but is still producing, we must remember factors such
as fast currents and bright full moon phases can change feeding habits.



Roosterfish continue to patrol inshore waters, this is peak season for
chances at finding trophy sized roosterfish, jack crevalle and dogtooth
snapper can also found close to during this season.



Wahoo became a bit more active mid-week, as many charters accounted for
wahoo while trolling Rapalas or smaller hoochie type lures on grounds north
of Punta Gorda, though again no numbers, most charters were fortunate to
land one of these elusive wahoo, weights ranged to 35 lb.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 73 charters for the shortened week, with
anglers reporting a fish count of: 2 blue marlin, 5 sailfish, 29 striped
marlin, 1 island jack, 74 dorado, 11 wahoo, 14 yellowfin tuna, 9 amberjack,
14 cabrilla, 5 dogtooth snapper, 2 pargo colorado, 15 yellow snapper, 8
jack crevalle, 66 bonito, 58 roosterfish and 115 huachinango (red snapper).



Good fishing, Eric








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Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
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 Jun 30, 2015; 01:32AM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo Anglers June 28, 2015
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June 28, 2015



This week we had persistent warmer weather conditions, no storms brewing on
the map at this time, warm and humid conditions prevail and with warmer
ocean currents pushing 80 degree plus water in our direction, anything
could develop on the horizon any day. Ocean swells are minimal now, after
the big blow last Saturday winds were now light, which turned water
conditions over for a couple of days, water temperatures cooled by ten
degrees overnight, also clarity became greenish closer to shore. Though now
water has cleaned back up and conditions appear favorable.



The action became more scattered after the gusty winds, as water was
cooler, the colder water species, such as Eastern Pacific Bonito and
huachinango, the true Pacific red snapper went on a good bite on the San
Luis Bank, striking mainly on yo-yo style jigs. By mid-week this action
tapered off as warmer clean water returned. Though there was a decent mix
of bottom species accounted for, pargo, amberjack, cabrilla and a few
dogtooth snapper. Some fish to 30 lb. were landed.



Roosterfish action had really picked up the previous week, then as colder
water pushed in this shut down the action, but by the later part of the
week the monster sized roosterfish started to bite again, with the stretch
near Punta Gorda producing roosters up to 70 lb. Please do remember to
release these prized fighting gamefish with care.



Live bait sources remained the same inside the marina entrance area, with
both caballito and moonfish plentiful. Bolito have been found schooling on
the offshore grounds and make a very good extra bait option.



Dorado remain scarce, considering this is the time of year we should be
seeing larger size do-dos moving into local waters. Only an occasional
wahoo being talked about, one 35 lb. hoo was landed during last weekends
Fathers Day Tournament out of La Playita.



There were a few larger sized yellowfin tuna found traveling with porpoise
further offshore, anywhere from 24 to 40 miles out, not really a practical
deal yet for panga charters. One yellowfin tuna of 183 lb. won the heavy
fish honors during last weekends tournament, landed from a 40 ft.
sportfisher far offshore, hard for the smaller pangas to compete against
boats of size when the cleaner warm water had shifted some 40 miles
offshore and seas were a bit choppy, this event was originally a panga
event, but has opened up to any size boats, not really fair for the smaller
boats to compete against these larger vessels, maybe different classes
should be formed.



Billfish action tapered off during the first part of the week, though by
late week striped marlin returned in force to within close range and many
charters were accounting for multiple fish days, a few stripers were
weighed up to 160 lb., larger grade fish moving in.



The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 70 charters for the shortened week, with
anglers reporting a fish count of: 23 striped marlin, 16 dorado, 1 wahoo, 2
grouper, 8 amberjack, 19 cabrilla, 9 dogtooth snapper, 5 pargo colorado, 18
yellow snapper, 14 jack crevalle, 155 bonito,115 huachinango (red snapper)
and 25 roosterfish.



Good fishing, Eric








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Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
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