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 Feb 18, 2021; 11:30PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
GORDO BANKS PANGAS  San Jose del Cabo

GORDO BANKS PANGAS

December 13, 2020

There were only minimal numbers of tourists visiting at this time, many
people now preparing for the Holiday Season, as well as dealing with the
ongoing Covid pandemic situation. Weather was now turning more towards
winter like patterns, we saw scattered cloud cover and low temperatures as
chilly as 55 degrees, though most days were warming up near 80 degrees.
Wind was predominately out of the north, much of the week limiting where
anglers were able to comfortably concentrate their efforts, through the
weekend the wind did slack and ocean conditions were again more favorable.
Water temperatures now averaging in the 75 to 77 degree range, clearer blue
water found on our normal fishing grounds, with the off colored currents
now near Vinorama and towards Los Frailes.

Anglers were using mainly sardinas and caballito for bait, any week now we
should see mackerel and sardineta move on to local bait grounds, as this is
always the time of year this happens. Most charters are now fishing the
areas from Chileno, Red Hill, Punta Gorda, Cardon and Iman. We saw lots of
sierra closer to shore, most of these in the 2 to 5 lb. range, striking
smaller sized lures and on the sardinas. This week we saw more dorado and
they were larger in size, we even saw a handful of bulls over 20 lb. With
the ocean still warm for this time of year, we expect this dorado action to
continue through the month. Also there were good numbers of wahoo accounted
for, striking on trolled Rapalas, various baits and yo-yo jigs. Sizes
ranged from small juvenile fish and to over 40 lb., with the majority of
the wahoo being smaller in size.

Tuna action has been spotty now for the past several weeks, though in
recent days we did see more of the yellowfin being hooked into from near
the Iman Bank, drift fishing with sardinas was the best bet for this
action, sizes ranged to over 40 lb., with some boats accounting for two,
three of four of these fish.

Not much bottom action being done, with few numbers of anglers in town,
often choppy ocean conditions making this harder and with the fact that
surface action was the most productive action now happening. We did see
more striped marlin moving in to local waters, it will not be long now
until these billfish make their main migration towards the Sea of Cortez,
following their favored food source.

More and more whales are now being sighted as well, as we are now nearing
peak season for these migrated mammals.

Good fishing, Eric



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GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM

 Feb 18, 2021; 11:29PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
GORDO BANKS PANGAS  San Jose del Cabo

GORDO BANKS PANGAS

December 6, 2020

New month of December saw light crowds of visitors arriving, this is the
normal pattern, as after Thanksgiving and before Christmas, there are not
that many people vacationing, this year with the global pandemic still
peaking, travelers are being extra cautious. North winds continued
throughout the week, ocean temperature dropped into the 75 degree range and
currents were off colored on grounds to the north. Still mostly clear sunny
skies, highs averaging near 75 degrees and we saw low temperatures of 54
degrees, so it is the time of year you need to dress appropriately for
early morning outdoor activities.

Anglers were able to find plentiful supplies of sardinas, with caballito,
ballyhoo, slabs of squid bring other options. More of the super panga
charters are now trying to chum up chihuil baitfish on the Inner Gordo
Bank, though this has not been all that easy or guaranteed with choppy
conditions, though these baitfish were now the best bet for enticing the
elusive wahoo. Early in the week we saw more numbers of wahoo being brought
in, sizes ranged from small 5 lb. juveniles, up to 50 lb. trophy sized
specimens. Areas from Cardon, La Fortuna to Vinorama produced strikes while
trolling baits or rapalas. Though this same area is now seeing greenish
cooler currents push in.

The week also started off with a pair of super cow sized 300 lb. yellowfin
tuna being landed from off the Gordo Banks by local pangeros specifically
targeting these cows. Lot of patience needed when targeting these fish,
they used live skipjack for bait. The rest of the week we only saw a
handful of other tuna accounted for, several were near 100 lb. Though
overall the action for these yellowfin was very slow and north winds made
the whole deal that much more difficult. Everyone is waiting for calmer
conditions and it looks as though the coming week will at least start out
calmer.

Dorado were even scarcer this past week, only a handful of these gamefish
were even found, no large schools at all and mainly smaller sized. The past
few seasons the month of December was very productive for nicer sized
dorado, so we are hoping this year things are just starting out slow, still
early in the month. Billfish action was almost nonexistent off of San Jose
del Cabo, more chance now for striped marlin on the Pacific grounds, it
will not be long though that the migration of mackerel and sardineta will
shift in the direction of the Sea of Cortez.

Inshore the main action found was for sierra, most of these fish ranging in
the 2 to 5 lb. range, striking on hoochies, Rapalas and sardinas. Also a
few roosterfish accounted for, not the normal season for them, but they can
hang around in minimal numbers.

With the windier conditions anglers were not able to try much bottom
action, those who did found more bonito and triggerfish than anything else,
we did see a few amberjack and at least a couple of dogtooth snapper
brought in.

Good fishing, Eric



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GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM

 Feb 18, 2021; 11:27PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric