Archive for February, 2008

February 27, 2008

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

The hot bite continues 40 plus miles out.  The guys fishing on the inside are still in green water and working hard to pick up a couple Sailfish and Dorado or 2.  The guys going outside to 40 plus miles are crushing it with everyone putting up double digit Sailfish numbers.

Captain Bill on the “Sailfish” released 14 Sailfish and 6 Big Dorado (40 pounders).

Captain Dave on the ‘Miss behavin” released 10 Sailfish and 3  Dorado.

February 26, 2008

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008

The offshore bite is hot, hot, hot out of the Los Suenos Marina.  The bite is 35 plus miles out but well worth the run with lots of boats catching “Slams”.  Everyone seems to be picking up a handful of Sailfish, several Dorado and a Blue, Black or Striped Marlin.

Captain Brandon on the “Fish Whistle” went a full day inshore and was rewarded with five 30 pound Roosterfish.

Captain RJ on the “Predator”  fish offshore and caught 6 Sailfish, 4 Dorado and a big Striped Marlin.

Captain Johnny on the “Macushla” caught 4 Striped Marlin 1 Blue Marlin, 7 Saifish and 3 Dorado.

Captain Tim on the “Tres Amigos” caught 11 Sailfish, a Blue Marlin and a few Dorado.

February 25, 2008

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008

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Captain Bill on the “Sailfish” caught 8 Sailfish and 12 Dorado out in the blue water…the Dorado numbers seem to be up the past few days with several reports of double digit days.

John Jackson and some friends went out on the “Ashley Nicole” with Captain Dean and had a really good day. They caught 4 Sailfish, a Mahi Mahi for dinner, a striped Marlin and John got his first ever “Blue Marlin”…congrats John.

February 25, 2008

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008

The bite is still good past 40 miles…recent rains pushed green water out to about 35 miles.

Captain Brandon on the “Fish Whistle” went 42 miles out and caught 8 sailfish and 4 big Dorados.

Captain RJ on the “Predator” also went way out raised 10 Sailfish and hooked 3 of them.  They also caught five 30 plus pound Dorados.

February 24, 2008

Monday, February 25th, 2008

The smaller charter boats are fishing 20-25 miles and averaging a a couple Sailfish and a few Dorado.   The larger charter boats are going 40 plus miles and having better luck.

Alex and his buddies did a half day on the “Terry Lee” and caught 3 big Dorado.

Mark and his group went out on the “Barbarrosa” and caught 8 Sailfish, 3 Dorado and one Striped Marlin.

February 22, 2008

Friday, February 15th, 2008

The rain and the full moon seem to have slowed the fishing down offshore.  The charter boats are averaging 2 or 3 fish per day.  Some of the boats have gone to the “26” rock to try their luck at some bottom fishing.

Captain Brandon on the  “Fish Whistle” caught 6 Silky Snapper and 4 nice Amberjacks at “the rock”

Captain  Jeremy on the “R&J” caught a 70 pound Broom tail Grouper in the same area.

February 19, 2008

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Big Sailfish

The Sailfish bite slowed a little on the inside with most boats averaging 2 or 3 Sailfish and maybe a Mahi Mahi. The boats going 40 plus miles are averaging 7 or 8 Sailfish and seeing a Marlin or two.

Captain Glenn on the “Bethina” took a group from Minnesota 55 miles out and was rewarded by raising 30 Sailfish and Marlin.

February 15, 2008

Friday, February 15th, 2008

The Sailfish bite continues to be solid with boats averaging 6-8 fish per day.  The majority of fish are being caught within 30 miles.  Some of the private boats are fishing out at the second dropoff and reporting a good Marlin bite and a good Tuna bite.

Captain Kevin on the “Hot Reels” had a good day going 4 for 8 on Sailfish.  They also caught 2 nice Dorado and a 300 plus pound Blue Marlin.

February 14, 2008

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Nice Dorado for the Grill

Happy Valentines Day…everyone is busy on the Los Suenos Charter Dock and the Sailfish bite is getting to double digits.

Captain Dave on the “MissBehavin” took a group a guys from Philly out to corner and had a great day going 8 for 11 on Sailfish and they caught one nice Mahi Mahi for the grill.

Captain Dana on the “Hoo’s your Daddy” went 7 for 10 on Sails in the same area…they also raised a 300 pound Blue Marlin.

February 10, 2008

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Lots of boats going out and everyone having some luck. Average seems to be 5 or 6 Sailfish 2 or 3 Mahi Mahi and maybe a Tunaor a Marlin.

Randy and his wife from Florida went out on the “Scorpion” and caught 2 Sailfish, raised a 300 plus pound Marlin and caught a 50 plus pound Bull Mahi Mahi. That’s their biggest Mahi ever so they are having a mount made.