PHOTO 1: We’re in Denver, Colorado this week for the first of our 2010 appearances at the major hunting and fishing shows on the west coast. This week were at the International Sportsmans Expo at the Denver Convention center. This is our booth from last year. Come say hi and pick up a copy of our new brochure a DVD and talk to us about fishing in La Paz this year!
FISH BITE BUT NOT MANY ANGLERS TO START THE NEW YEAR!
La Paz/ Las Arenas Fishing Report for Week of Dec. 27, 2009 to Jan. 3, 2010
Sorry I don’t have any fishing photos this week for the first time all year. Either fishermen didn’t bring a camera or…one guy dropped his camera into the bait tank and another forgot lost his camera on the beach! Oh well…
A nice week of fishing with overall great, but cool conditions and lots of sun interrupted one day of drizzle! But the fish still bit. Highlights of the week were many, despite the time of year. The tuna came back solidly for our Las Arenas boats pushing out of Muertos Bay. We found fish as close as Punta Perrico and then scattered out towards the south end of Cerralvo Island with some larger fish at the north end of the island. Most of the fish were fun-sized 15-25 pounders, but some larger 30-35 pounders were taken and a few large ones lost.
As well, dorado are still in the area. School sized 10-15 pounders are not uncommon with some larger 20 pound bulls cruising along the drop offs. The most action comes off the beaches and rocky areas with literally unlimited sierra fishing. You can pop almost as many of these as you can stand within limits! Same with the roosterfish. Several dozen roosterfish in the right school are not uncommon and happily most fish are getting released.
We did have two marlin bite and fall off and three times wahoo bit guys off so there’s still alot of variety.
Air temperatures are in the mid-60’s to high 70’s with lots of sunshine!
DENVER INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMAN’S SHOW
As I write this, we are on the road driving towards Denver, Colorado for our first hunting/fishing show for 2010. In the span of two days we have gone from temperatures in La Paz in the “chilly” mid-70’s to driving through Nevada where it was 32 degrees. . . to here in Grand Junction, Colorado where it is now MINUS 5 degrees below zero! Hijole, it is cold!!! Sheesh…the wind is also blowing too. Will post up photos next week and on Facebook. Nothing but white everywhere!
We’ll be at the ISE show at the Denver Convention Center from Thursday to Sunday (January 7-10). Come see our booth and say hello and talk to us about fishing in 2010 in La Paz! Pick up a new brochure and DVD too!
Next week we drive to California to the San Mateo (San Francisco ) ISE show so put that on your calendar too!
That’s our story!
Jonathan and Jill
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