Archive for September, 2008

September 19, 2008

Friday, September 19th, 2008


The fishing the past week out of the Los Suenos Marina has been fairly uneventful.  The fish are still out there…but when the charter docks are slow there is not much to report.  The boats that are going offshore are still catching some mahi mahi and a sailfish or two.  The guys fishing inshore are still catching roosterfish and jack even on half day trips.

Captain Brandon Keene on the Fish Whistle took some guys out recently for some inshore fishing.  Brandon already had some live bait in his livewell so they hit a couple inshore rocks withing 3 miles of Los Suenos.  \They ended the day with some nice snapper for dinner and a 150 pound sailfish.  It’s not very often you get a sailfish when inshore fishing…but with live bait you just never know.

Captain Bill on the Sailfish took some guys out for a day offshore.  They fished 30 miles out and were rewarded with a few nice mahi mahi in the 40 pound range.

September 11, 2008

Friday, September 12th, 2008


September 7, 2009

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008


The fishing the past few days in the Los Suenos marina has been better…the weather has cleared up and the rain has slowed down. There are a few boats going offshore and they are catching some mahi mahi and some sailfish. The boats going inshore are still doing good with roosterfish and jack.

I went out fishing with some friends yesterday with Captain Brandon on the Fish Whistle for a day of meat fishing. We hit a couple deep drop spots 10-15 miles south of Los Suenos and crushed it. We caught 20 groupers and 10 snappers all in the 10-30 pound range. We fished in water 200-400 foot deep with squid and butterfly jigs.

The fishing was incredible but my arms are a little sore today from all that reeling…I guess I’m getting old because I used to laugh at the thought of an electric reel…not any more.

September 02, 2008

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008


The fishing the past week out of Los Suenos has been kinda slow. The water has been a little green and with the hurricanes we have had a little more wind and rain than normal.

The guys going offshore are working hard to catch one or two fish. The guys going inshore and bottom fishing have had a little more luck with roosterfish and jack.

Captain Jeremy on the R&J took a bachelor party group out and fished all over. They fish hard and did end the day with a blue marlin in the 250 pound range.

Captain Bill on the Sailfish took the other half of the bachelor party out and also covered a lot of ground. They ended the day with a sailfish and mahi mahi.

Captain RJ on the Predator took a couple guys from Miami out for a half day offshore. They came across a current line and caught a couple mahi mahi…one over 50 pounds.

Captain Dave on the Missbehavin took a couple out for a half day inshore. They fished Negritas and ended the day with 1 roosterfish and 4 jack.