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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of May 7-14, 2017

THE MEXICAN MINUTE LA PAZ FISHING REPORT VIDEO for May 7-14, 2017

WEEK AT A GLANCE (1-10 with 10 being best)

Weather – 4 (Sunny, but so windy the early in the week we had to cancel trips)

Fishing – 4 (when the winds weren’t blowing there was action…when it was blowing not so much)

Fishing Quality – 4 (When we could fish there were some bigger grade yellowtail and other species available, but big fish are hard to put in the boat and some really big fish were lost too!)

 

THE BIG PICTURE

Wow! You don’t see many of these around unless maybe you’re diving! Jessica McPartin of San Diego caught quite the grouper just inside of Bahia de Los Muertos near La Paz in the shallow waters by the reef point fishing with Captain Hugo.

Kevin Shiotani of Thousand Oaks CA has a reputation everytime he comes to La Paz to fish several times a year. He put this huge horse yellowtail in the boat fishing out’ve Bahia de Los Muertos.

One of the best eating fish in our waters! Megan Richman poses with a beautiful cabrilla taken off the rocks just south of Bahia de los Muertos. She was staying at Rancho Costa there.

Winds were down! Lee Hance with a hand from Captain Victor got himself bookends of nice yellowtail today. Lee is from Colorado.

Daniel Shay from San Diego doing it the fun way. Standup on light tackle throwing a popper with his spinning rod rocks an awesome butt-kick jack crevalle! Well done!

I’m told this is Jessica McPatin again with another cabrilla. Kinda hard to tell! But yes, it’s a cabrilla!!!

More nice yellowtail for Megan and friends! Thanks for Rancho Costa and Gary Wagner for the photo again! Bahia de Los Muertos in the background.

MIXED WEATHER – MIXED FISHING

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of May 7-14, 2017

A bit of an up-and-down week for weather and fishing with the two directly related to each other this past week.  Winds were back up, especially during the early part of the week.  They weren’t just up.  They were strong enough that fleets either canceled boats or boats had to come back to shore.  Fortunately, we didn’t have too many folks early in the week or they had enough vacation time so that they could make up the lost days later in the week when the winds diminished…somewhat.

Weather otherwise was pretty nice…except for the winds.  Sunny and warm with highs in the high 80’s.  Nightime lows in the mid-to-high-70’s.
On the days we got out, the bite was mixed. Again, we’re in that transition time between cooler and warmer conditions so the water conditions and the fish species are all over the map.  Most of the catch this week reflected cooler water species since the winds generally kept the fishing closer to shore.
Some nice yellowtail popped taken on live bait or jigs.  Schools of bonito and jack crevalle always made for great action.  Along the reefs, we got into snapper, cabrilla and pargo and hooked (but lost) some larger amberjack. We saw a few marlin that weren’t quite ready to feed yet.  Commercial fishermen saw some fast-moving schools of tuna and we did hook a few smaller bonito.

Forecast for the coming week show some slowing down of the winds, but there’s still some forecast for double-digit breezes and gusts.

That’s our story!  Hope everyone had a great Mother’s Day and thank to all you mom’s out there!

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of September 4-11, 2016

WEEKLY VIDEO FISHING REPORT

It’s a little longer than usual, but that’s cuz there was a bunch to tell you including alot about Hurricane Newton that his us this week.  Got some good live video in here of the hurricane.

WEEK AT A GLANCE – (Scale of 1-10 being best) 

WEATHER – (Not sure if that’s a 1 or a 10.  Depends how you look at it.  Let’s go with a 5.  It was bad, but could have been alot worse! )

WATER – 7 (Not bad and surprisingly good after a big storm)

FISHING QUALITY – 6 (nice fish, but not HUGE fish but tuna and dorado are always quality fish to have)

FISHING QUANTITY– 7 ( dorado limits are easy and mixed with tuna or other species, you get a full box)

JONATHAN’s ATTITUDE –  8 (Relieved!!!)

FORECAST:  6 (Cautiously Optimistic, but hurricane broke the crystal ball…sent for repairs)

 

THE BIG PICTURE!

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A good day! Firefighters Tim Larson and Jamie Moore with 5 nice yellowfin tuna!

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Captain Ramiro on the beach at Bahia de los Muertos flanked by Mike Martin and Brian Rubino and a big rack of good-sized tuna and dorado.

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All the way from Ohio on their first trip to visit us, Naomi and husband Jay Harless with Captain Armando. Jay’s first day out and first fish he hangs this nice wahoo too!

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The right kind for Steve Douds our amigo from Arizona and Captain Archangel.

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Our Kansas amigo, Adam Florence got his son, Elijah out’ve a few days of school to come play in La Paz and chase some fish like this nice yellowfin and dorado.

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His personal best roosterfish! Tim Larson holds up a thick gallo just off the rocks at Punta Perrico. He released the fish.

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Brothers Mac and Don Treasure are happy fellas with a few of the larger tuna of the week with Captain Pancho. Don’s first time down to La Paz to fish!

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Big smiles on the beach along with a nice load of tuna and dorado for Bobby Florence from Kansas with Captain Gerardo from our Tailhunter Las Arenas fleet.

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Dave “Brah” Hill has been fishing with us almost 20 years from Texas. Dave’s dorado was caught north of La Paz near Espirito Santo Island.

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Mike Wilbur poses with a few of his fish on the beach at Las Arenas near the Las Arenas lighthouse.

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They guys from Helena Chemical spent the better part of the week with us and got into some of the local tuna and dorado with Captain Jorge at Bahia de los Muertos.

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Slugger big roosterfish in the panga for Matt Bradford with an assist from Captain Jorge. Brad released the big fish.

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Another nice fish, Elijah! Dorado in the boat!

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A bit of variety! Gale Sanderson poses with a good-sized pargo mulatto!

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So good to finally start seeing some larger dorado working the area now! This bull grabbed a chunk of fresh squid.

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Matt Mills and Matt Bradford hold up a yellowfin tuna and a dorado headed to the fillet table on the beach by the Las Arenas lighthouse.

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Now that’s a nice spread of tuna! Dave Hill and his niece Debbie Champley with a morning’s catch…all in just a few hours.

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Tim Larson got TWO nice roosterfish and was able to release both of them!

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Captain Armando had a fun day with this crew…Gale Sanderson, Jim Andrews and Gary Bowie who visit us every year and got into some of the week’s tuna.

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BRRRR…it’s COLD IN HERE! The big smile from Jonathan in the big walk-in freezer with more than 500 bags of fish we vacuum sealed! A great week of fishing and great to send guys home with full coolers!

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Hurricane Newton and how it looked when it got ugly last Tuesday.

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Calm Muertos Bay…when nature get’s it’s dander up! Everything underwater!

And here’s a little video that we made about being right IN the hurricane.  Turn up the sound.  Kinda fun! It’s only about a minute-and-a-half!

DID HURRICANE NEWTON JACK THE BITE? 

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Sept. 4-11, 2016

Well…I guess the weather was the big story as Hurricane Newton popped up and plopped itself smack dab in the middle of the week and right in the middle of what had been the best bite of the season.

Fortunately, for us in La Paz, it wasn’t as bad as it could have been or as bad as it was in so many other areas. Fortunately, it also moved fast and only lasted a day and the max intensity was only for a few hours.  However, for those few hours, we had sustained winds of 50-60 mph and gusts edging over 100 mph with rain.  The brunt of the damage was taken by the trees in town with lots of debris scattered about a few busted windows and some damage to roofs.  But overall, we made it through.  The city lost power anywhere from a few hours to a few days and some outlying areas were without water or power for the balance of the week.

A few days of cleanup in the sunshine and everyone was more-or-less good-to-go!

Our own restaurant had some new holes poked in the palapa roof and since we have no walls, alot of debris from the wind came in, but we put things back together and were open like normal again.

The worst part was probably the fishermen we had here had to forego a day and just hang out and watch the weather.  We hate it anytime folks can’t go out…probably as much as they do.  But, everyone we had here was a good sport about it for the most part and rolled with it.  For quite a few, the fishing had been pretty good before the storm and some welcomed the day to sleep in and listen to the rain, wake up, drink beer and just hang out!  Hat’s off to all of that were with us and for your patience!  I wish we could have control over the weather, but you were all champs!

So…what about the fishing?

Prior to Hurricane Newton, we had been having some of the best fishing of the season…of not the last two seasons!  And I’m always worried after any kind of storm.  Weather changes the currents…the water…the visibility…the bait.  It can take days for the waters to recover.  Before the storm, the tuna and finally  shown up. The dorado had woken up. There were billfish and wahoo, rooster fish and pargo willing to bite.

So, it was with alot of trepidation that we viewed the storm.

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It has been about 2 seasons since we had tuna of any kind in the area, but for the week or so before the hurricane, some nice schools of football tuna parked themselves just off the beach and were willing to chew!  We had a few days where it was crazy good and guys were knocking out limits of 10-15 pounders and even some larger fish by 10 or 11 a.m. then chasing other species.

The key was having the right bait.  In the tummies of the fish, we’re finding little bitty squid.  Impossible for us to catch tiny squid so almost every night, my staff and I were hunting seafood markets here in La Paz and buying every bit of FRESH consumable squid (not the cheap bait stuff) we could find; packing it into little bags; and having it ready for our anglers.  Using it as chunk bait made all the difference.

The tuna ate the chunks.  The dorado like the tentacles.  When the tuna weren’t biting, we had dorado to catch.  So there was alot of action good solid action.

Then, the storm hit.  And we didn’t know how that would affect things.

We couldn’t fish the area the first 2 days after the storm because the beach there are Muertos had been underwater and battered.  Debris and rocks littered the shoreline so our guys were out there cleaning it up so they could get their trailers into the water and launch.  That took two days.

When we finally did get back in the water…YEA!  The tuna and dorado were still there.  And some of them were bigger!  Fish up to 30 pounds were hitting.  Lots of small to medium dorado most day as well, plus the occasional wahoo, billfish and even some good rooster fish!

So, we’re gonna keep packing squid and hopefully these fish will stick around!

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Before the storm, we’d been getting increased action on 10-15 pound dorado.  We had some days when there were lots of billfish hookups too with sailfish, striped marlin and blue marlin running around out there, especially in the areas where the baby dorado and smaller bonito were hanging out feeding on the smaller fish.  It was the best dorado fishing we had seen all season.

After the storm, to some degree, the waters were a bit more turned over, colder and greener than the waters around Muertos Bay/ Las Arenas where our other fleet operates.

But, the dorado were still there.  Although the locations were a little more scattered and the fish a bit smaller.  Instead of finding a school of dorado, our anglers were telling me they’d get one fish…move to another spot and get another 2-3 fish.  Find fish somewhere else and pick up another one and go to a spot and find one more.  At the end of the day, they had a nice little box of fish.  Hopefully, as we distance ourselves from the storm, waters will settle and the fish will school up again.

TAILHUNTER DONATION NATION

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Bob Griffiths and Karen Egbert brought in a big load of clothes ad school supplies.

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These guys from Helena Chemical Company were amazing. First time visitors, each amigo brought down a full ice chest full of everything from clothes to shoes and toys and school supplies!

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Nothing wrong with toasting your arrival and a great donation! Margaritas in red Solo cups!

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Raymond Ahner and his dad, Ray hauled a full soft cooler down of kids clothes and some neat toys!

Regretfully, making the video above of the hurricane, I messed up my smartphone and either cannot access any of the photos or was not able to take any more photos because we’re missing photos of other big-hearted Tailhunter Tribe members who brought stuff for our kids and families at the Alberge Kids Orphanage, the La Paz Women’s Shelter and the two outlying schools on the outskirts of the city.  I hope I didn’t miss anyone!

Kris Honkola, Andy Hartman, Carolyn and Brandt Knudsen, Tim Larson, Gale Sanderson, Gary Bowie, Jeff Herringer, Jon Holtby, Jim Andrews, Craig Yoder.  You all rock and your generosity is appreciated more than you know!

That’s our story!

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Jonathan and Jilly Roldan

Jonathan Roldan’s

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U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter International, 8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Aug. 7-14, 2016

MINI- VIDEO REPORT

Sorry, it’s a little long this week.  Had alot to go over and the video quality isn’t that good for several reason.  One, I was born funny looking to begin with.  And also, I was crushed for time to get this up on time and had to do this in just one take!  Hope it’s OK!

The Quick Summary Week at a Glance (Scale of 1-10 worst to best)

Weather – 2  (Tropical Storm Javier came through)

Water – 5  (Could be better.  Could be worse.  Blue and warm but took a step back from the storm)

Fishing Action – 6 (Really good if you were fishing for inshore species  but only a 2 for offshore bluewater stuff)

Fishing Quality – 2 (Not so good.  Big fish were scarce or folks lost them.  No medium fish to speak of.)

Forecast –  5 (Might get some rain on Wednesday and Saturday.  Nothing serious…for now)

Jonathan’s Attitude:  4  (Tired and frustrated trying to predict the fishing bite during this crazy season…Just shoot me already!)

Quote of the Week:  “Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught.”

THE BIG PICTURE – FULL REPORT

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Our Colorado buddy, Frank Kunze looks a tad tuckers out after tangling with this blue marlin north of La Paz! He had it on light tackle and good for him…he released the fish to fight another day!

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This might be the most important fish of the week. As dorado go, it’s not that big, but bigger on so many other levels! You see, Lisa Gibson has been fighting and just beat cancer. They were going to come several years ago ,but then she got the diagnosis. She said that thoughts of coming fishing here in La Paz often kept her going. So, this trip was a celebration of all things good! She and her husband, Rick, caught 14 different species of fish over 3 days!

Here's a guy who knows how to pose with a fish! Chad Stachowicz is the man behind the mask and holding one of the nicer dorado from the week! He also just got married a few days ago! Fishing honeymoon! Erin's photo is below!

Here’s a guy who knows how to pose with a fish! Chad Stachowicz is the man behind the mask and holding one of the nicer dorado from the week! He also just got married a few days ago! Fishing honeymoon! Erin’s photo is below!

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They literally got married and jumped on a plane to start the honeymoon in La Paz! Erin and Chad Stachowicz here with some nice triggerfish and a bonito. Chad’s dorado is the photo above. They also lost a big pargo in the rocks!

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Carolyn Broshear has to be one of the most joyous gals we’ve run across. She’s always laughing and it’s evident here with this big roosterfish and Captain Victor. She said the roosterfish really hammered her but had a blast. She also released the fish too!

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Ah yes! The right kind. Rick Gibson from Arizona with an early morning trophy roosterfish and Captain Pancho! It was also Rick’s birthday too! The fish was released.

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Another rooster in the boat! John Radar from Colorado told me, “I’m so handsome the fish are scared!” Captain Victor helps for the photo. John released the big roosterfish.

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Captain “Jolly Roger” Rogelio and one of the big triggerfish we’ve been catching around Espirito Santo Island with Lisa Gibson. Great eating fish!

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Frank Kunze again with a rooster just south of Bahia de los Muertos! The fish lived to fight and grow bigger!

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Captain Victor was on fire this week with the roosterfish. This time Dee Dee was on the bite just off the rocks and she takes a quick pose before letting this one go too!

TROP STORM JAVIER DAMPENS FISHING

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Aug. 7-14, 2016

The week got jacked a bit by Tropical Storm Javier that hit us mid-week, but all-in-all, it could have been alot worse.  Mainland Mexico got hit pretty badly.  Cabo San Lucas and the East Cape got alot of rain and strong winds.  We were braced for it here in La Paz, but ultimately, we got some heavy winds the actual day of the storm with some 50-60 mph gusts and a few hours of steady but not torrential rains and thankfully, that was it.  No hurricane.  No flooding or damage to speak of.

But, from the perspective of fishing, it didn’t do us any favors.

The storm hit mid-week.  The day before it was already getting windy and cloudy.  Some flashes of lightning and thunder and the waters were already getting choppy.

The day of the storm, forget it.  It was completely blown out and impossible to get out.  Plus the port captain closed the port and kept everyone inside anyway.  So, we had to cancel all the trips and basically tell folks to sleep in; hang out and go hang out by the pool.  We had great folks with us this week and everyone was cool and just rolled with it and kept smiling.

The day after the storm, we were back out on the water, but as if often characteristic of storms, the day after, the waters are turned over and dirty.  It was still choppy and conditions weren’t exactly optimum.

So that knocked 3 days out’ve the week right there.

Overall, fishing wasn’t spectacular anyway.  Roosterfish, some billfish, lots of triggerfish, some pargo, cabrilla, jack crevalle, a few dorado and a couple of wahoo lost.  We’re expecting some thundershowers late Wednesday again.

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Once again, the rooster fish factory saved the day on more than one occasion.  Big feisty fish from 20-50 pounds.  All released. Great fighting.  Thrilling if you’ve never caught one and everyone is always surprised how close t shore these big fish can be and how shallow the water can be.  But, rooster fish were once again center stage for our anglers who fished this area.

Beyond that, a few billfish hooked.  A couple of wahoo lost.  The rest of the catch was a picky scratchy mix of some jack crevalle and bonito.

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This is where most of the action was.  This is where the fillets came from if you planned to take home some fish.

But strange.  We SHOULD be thick in to the dorado this time of year.  But, we’re only getting a handful a day..if that.  Still, it’s more than we were getting two weeks ago.  We SHOULD be into 10-30 pound fish.  The fish we’re getting are only about 10-15 pounds at best.  Conditions are improving, but we’ll have to see.

There’s sailfish, blue marlin and striped marlin and we hooked and released a couple of them.  We had one rooster fish come up and eat a marlin jig that was trolled over a high spot.  Never seen that before!

The main focus then was inshore stuff around the islands, reefs and rocks where there was great bite of 2-5 pound triggerfish mixed with cabrilla, pargo, amberjack and a few others.  All great eating fish and lots of the larger fish lost to the rocks and sharp teeth.

DONATION NATION

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Kent Hawkins and Joey Fuschetti had a full ice chest of stuff including a ton of sports equipment. Joey is a coach and he had bags of balls plus swimming gear and even his original baseball mits from when he was a kid.

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Clothes…school…supplies…book bags…just incredible from Kevin Davis, Dennis Smith, Phil France, Joe France, Del “Santa Clause” Winterfeld and Steve Gross all from Washington.

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Portland OR friends in the house! Steve and Dorothy Murata brought down 72 sets of toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss for the kids!

Major shout-outs to all our awesome Tailhunter Tribe amigos who kindly brought down donations for the schookids at our outlying schools, the orphanage and the woman’s shelter.  Your big hearts go a long way and we’re grateful.  In the last month alone we’ve donated over 1000 pounds of much needed things.

Also a big THANK YOU to the kids in Lisa and Rick Gibson’s family (photos of Rick and Lisa above).  The kids took their own money that they had saved and went out and bought school supplies to donate!  WOW!  Unfortunately, I didn’t get photos of Rick and Lisa and the stuff they brought down…or their kids who did not make the fishing trip!  😦

God bless you all!

That’s our story!

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Jonathan and Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s

Tailhunter International

Website: 

www.tailhunter-international.com

Mexico Office: Tailhunter International, 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico

U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter International, 8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

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from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

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La Paz – Las Arenas/Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of July 10-17, 2016

THE EXPRESS TAILHUNTER FISHING REPORT WEEKLY VIDEO!

For those who don’t have the time to read, take a look and listen to our express weekly fishing report version above!

RATING THE WEEK:  (Scale of 1-10)

Variety:  7  Good (never knew what you’d hook up)

Action:  3-5 (Poor to OK on the number of hook-ups)

Quantity of Fish:  3 (Not so great)

Quality of Fish:  7 (some big fish out there which also had an effect on the Quantity of fish…lots of fish lost)

Weather:  Hot  (90’s)

Water:  Cooler than normal, but getting warmer high 70’s-low 80’s

Beer:  Icy

Overall:  3  (sad face waaaa…)

Jonathan’s Tempermant:  Hopefully Anxious

Quote of the Week:  “The best fisherman is the person having the most fun even if he has no fish”

 

THE FULL STORY

ROOSTERS STILL CHARGING BUT MARLIN WAKE UP

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of July 10-17, 2016

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The big smile says it all! Becky Csutoras from Elk Grove CA never has a bad week of fishing with us. She hoists up a huge slab roosterfish south of Bahia de los Muertos with Captain Pancho. The fish was released!

Craig and Cathy Corda hit the home runs with a paid of magnificent dog-tooth snapper!

Craig and Cathy Corda hit the home runs with a paid of magnificent dog-tooth snapper! Wow!

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It was a good week to check of fish from the bucket list. Our good amigo, Ken Chaplin, is a hunting guide and this is his 2nd trip to visit us and he finally got the marlin off his list. He caught and released this striped marlin near Las Arenas and released it. He also caught a blue marlin and a huge roosterfish. See below.

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Captain Chito and Terry Biggs with one of the only dorado we’ve seen all week. Hopefully, more on the way!

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From Denver somewhere behind that dorsal fin is Ben Larkin who hefted this huge roosterfish near Boca de Alamo with Captain Adolfo. The fish was released.

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McKenzie Pitts had some kind of week. Not only did boyfriend Josh propose to the Oregon gal, but her first day she gets a marlin right off the bat at Bahia de los Suenos/ Muertos. She got another one a few days later. They could not be released and meat was donated.

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Rich Keogh has been fishing with us for many years and he had a tough week like so many other amigos. However, Captain Raul with our La Paz fleet put Rich over this big cabrilla north of La Paz.

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Birthday fish for Buzzy Cook on his first trip with us and celebrated with this big roosterfish north of Boca de Alamo with Captain Pancho. The fish was released.

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Another guy who checked it off the bucket list…Rusy Cain with buddy, Jeff Hampton. Rusty got his first marlin and went home and booked to come back to fish with us at the end of October! He was with Captain Armando.

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Shaka Brah! From buddy Guy Petree and Oscar Castro who cradles another roosterfish that got put back in the water right after the photo!

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Terry Biggs with Captain Chito and some hefty good-eating rock fish including a barred pargo, dog-tooth snapper and a big trophy cabrilla (seabass).

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Pretty good week for jack crevalle. Just think roosterfish without all the adornment on the back! Tough tough fish to battle. Guy Petree again with the pose.

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Scott Brown of Santa Barbara with another striped marlin caught north of La Paz near Espirito Santo Island. The fish could not be released.

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Amigo, Ken Chaplin fished hard all week. And, although the fishing was tough, he did get a striped marlin…blue marlin and this nice big roosterfish that he released. He also realeased some of the largest jack crevalle of the week also.

GENERALLY SPEAKING

Waters are still cooler than normal, but improving.  Big rooster fish are still keeping anglers bent, but the marlin finally woke up after weeks of dis-interest.  Things are encouraging although it’s summer and there’s still no dorado around!  There was a big dorado tournament to the south of us and the winning fish was FIVE POUNDS!  (He still won a big check so that’s awesome as long as it’s bigger than 2nd place!)

But…Either way, another real “iffy” erratically frustrating week of fishing.

It was also REALLY hot this week with some big temperature spikes for a day or two that went into the 100’s then dropped back down after a day.  It produced some big afternoon winds on the backside low pressure and also gave us our first thunderheads and afternoon showers and bluster late in the day.

LAS ARENAS/ BAHIA de LOS MUERTOS

It was another week of hit-or-miss on the water.  Like everywhere else, there’s no dorado to speak of other than the occasional 5-10 pounder when dorado should be 90% of our catch.  Waters are still cooler than normal although warming a bit and getting bluer finally after 3 weeks of cold green waters.  We are actually seeing some spots of 80-83 degree water although there’s still obvious patches of green, dirty colder water mixed in or down below the thermocline.  I know this because it’s July and we’re still hooking some yellowtail and sierra…both cold water fish that we normally get in March and April or the wintertime and definitely not in the summer.  This is the latests I have seen them.

No wahoo.  No tuna.  Had some guys out looking but got shut out.

Our best bet in the area is the rooster fish and again, they are hogs.  The smaller ones are 25 pounders.  The larger ones rolled up around 60-70 pounds and some possibly bigger as almost all the fish are getting released and we don’t always have photos of all the fish.  Which is fine.  I’m glad folks are releasing them and getting them back in the water as soon as possible.  Given having a great photo or releasing a healthy fish, I’d rather have the fish swim away to go again another day and make more babies!

Other stuff around included some big horse jack crevalle, some white bonito and some pargo and cabrilla. And a small flurry of some really big dog-tooth snapper (again usually a cooler water fish!)

Still some sharks around too after that flurry for about 2 weeks when every boat seemed to hook up a shark.  Bait has been an issue (again) until late in the week when the waters were filled with mackerel everywhere which might account for the lack of fish.  They were too full!  But, maybe this will also bring the sharks back following food source.

The other item of big interest are the marlin.  They woke up!  See below…

LA PAZ

Just like our fleet at Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay, there no dorado. No tuna.  Not much of any pelagic species.  Waters have been colder than normal the last few weeks.  But…hold on…

They’re getting better!  Patches of blue showing up and water is getting clearer.  Also, one other indication is the marlin and sailfish finally started biting!

We’ve been seeing the billfish for several weeks.  They have been totally lethargic and uninterested in much.  Just finning and sitting on the surface.  This is the kind of behavior we normally see in the early spring when waters are cooler.

I kept telling folks that if the water temps kick up just a degree or two, the fish will get active!

Well, sure enough the temps rose and the fish started to bite.  We hooked more billfish this week than we have in the entire year.  Every day there were 2, 3..5 billfish hooked.  Many were lost after battles on relatively light tackle.  Most of the ones brought to the boat were released.  We had sailfish up to about 70 pounds.  Striped marlin in the 100-120 pound class or larger.  We even had a few smaller blue marlin to about 180 pounds.  Fish that were kept and unable to release, a good portion of the meat was donated.  But, for all the photos you see here, probably 95% were released.

The other indication of warming water is the algae bloom.  Normally, again, this is a phenomenon that takes place in the early spring.  As the waters warm algae starts busting out.  Moss like stuff appears and starts clogging up the beaches.  Waters can get cloudy.  Then, as the waters warm the algae dies off and we come out on the other side with clean, blue fish-laden waters!  So, this is a good sign.  Plus, we’re seeing sargasso patches form up in the outer waters that are usually another good harbinger of warm waters and more dorado.

Other than the dorado, the inshore fishing has been surprisingly good.  Big pargo.  Big cabrilla.  Big snapper.  Regretfully, these are mean big fish.  I’d say for every 1 fish put in the boat, 3-6 fish bust off in the rocks!  For every 5 or 10 pound fish, 20-40 pounders just shred the anglers.  They are alot for fun, however…and frustrating, but great action and good eating!

 TAILHUNTER DONATION NATION

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Ken Chaplin and John “Buzzy” Cook live way up by the Canadian border and spent the week with us, but still jammed several ice chests with a table full of school supplies, clothes and sports equipment.

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Our railroad guys…Terry Biggs, Rich Keogh, Mitch Embry (with Jilly) and Ed Bird filled about 100 pounds of bags with toiletries, hygiene products, toys and school supplies for our program. Thanks, Guys!

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If you ever wonder where your donations are going, check out Gary Wagner and his son. Gary’s the owner of the famous Giggling Marlin bar in Cabo, but does tons of charity work. He and his son came out to La Paz to pick up donations to distribute to the orphanage in Los Planes that you see stacked on the table. Thanks everyone. Thanks to the Wagners too!

Just this year alone so far, you folks have brought down over 1/2 a ton of donations for our Tailhunter Outreach Program benefitting kids and families of two outlying schools, the women’s shelter as well as the orphange in Los Planes.  Ever bit helps and your thoughtfulness makes a big difference.  Thank you sincerely for the big hearts!

That’s our story!

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Tailhunter International

Website: 

www.tailhunter-international.com

Mexico Office: Tailhunter International, 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico

U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter International, 8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

Phones:

from USA : 626-638-3383

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of May 8-15, 2016

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Triple play for Kevin Shiotani, Rick Hosmer from Orange Co, California with Captain Mundo as they show off a big yellowtail, a trophy cabrilla and a yellowfin tuna taken from the north end of Cerralvo Island.

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Dennis Miller takes a smiling glance at his prize catch…a big roosterfish off Muertos Bay! He released the fish too! Well done!

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Tickled! Former Basque weightlifter Johnny Vergara is her with us this week for the first time and got slammed by a couple of yellowtail today and couldn’t believe the power when his arms started cramping up! “These fish don’t nibble like the trout in Idaho!” Different set of muscles too! Great to see a first timer lit up and light up and having fun!

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Captain Pancho of the Tailhunter fleet on the beach at Bahia de los Muertos with a big late-season yellowtail for Dan Moreno from San Jose who took the big fork tail on live bait and 40 pound test.

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Our Colorado flyfishing guys had a nice day of action on white bonito (very edible) and a big pargo mulato. On the beach at Muertos.

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Barry Langley lives in Guadalajara now, but is originally from England and had one day to fish while visiting La Paz for the first time and got this nice wahoo on live bait just outside of Bahia de los Muertos fishing with the Tailhunter fleet.

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We love this lady’s photos! Laura Page from Colorado always has the BEST smiles when she’s holding a fish like this dorado taken on the fly outside of La Paz Bay.

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I don’t think Roger Thompson has ever been seen holding a small fish! On the yo-yo iron, Roger got this slugger of a yellowtail.

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Lots of color on this fresh dorado that Tom Page got after lots of work on the fly from the area near Espirito Santo Island.

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Captain Armando with more of our Colorado fyfishermen, but holding one of those surprise nice yellowtail that have popped up lately! Great eating!

MIXED VARIETY AGAIN EVERY DAY A MYSTERY! 

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of May 8-15, 2016

Overall, it was another mixed week of fishing for us.  We had quite a variety of fish as both warm and cold water species remained in local waters as we transition to summertime conditions. Some boats did well.  Others had to work harder for their fish.  The next day, it could totally reverse with the “hot boats” going cold and the “cold boats” jumping the fish.  Conversely, one day, all the fish would be cold water fish like cabrilla and pargo and some sierra or an occasional yellowtail.  Next day we’d hit a tuna or wahoo and dorado, all warm water fish in pretty much exactly the same spots that produced the cooler water fish the day before.  It was all mixed up!

Early in the week it got a little windy and we even had a touch of thunder, lightning and a sprinkle or two that didn’t deter anyone from being on the water.  This week looks to be a little breezier according to forecasts, but overall, temperatures in the high 80’s and sunny.

However, strangely, as I’m writing this Sunday morning…it’s really windy and there’s some raindrops falling even tho’ there’s not a thing on the weather forecast!

One other note…I would have more roosterfish photos every week, but almost all of them get released so unless the anglers take a photo of it out on the water, I don’t get a photo to post up.  But we ARE catching roosters!

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Our Tailhunter La Paz fleet continued to make it’s bread and butter on the other side of the bay by San Juan de la Costa where that school of mini-dorado has been good to us.  We just wish the bigger models would show up.  However, the bite wasn’t as generous as it had been when we usually got limits.  This past week, maybe 3-6 fish was about it.

However, other areas started producing a bit bitter with some big amberjack coming off el Bajo seamount as well as Cabrilla plus rooster fish and some pargo and cabrilla biting around the open spots on Espirito Santo Island and around El Coyote. Bigger bait produced the bigger fish and for those who knew how to yo-yo iron, bigger fish were willing…especially some large yellowtail that we haven’t seen in about a month!

There was also a spot around La Reyna lighthouse and Punta Norte at Cerralvo Island that kept showing signs of tuna and some of our guys finally hit some as well as yellowtail and cabrilla for a fleeting bite.  But that was one of the spots the was hot…then went cold the next day.

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This again, is where most of our variety came from.  Bait is still an issue, but we’re using a variety of things including some sardines, mackerel, ladyfish, mullet and frozen and live ballyhoo.

Every day, it’s different.  Yellowtail popped up again early in the week.  Wahoo made a small showing as well.  Round that out with jack crevalle, alot of white bonito (very edible!) cabrilla, pargo, sierra and roosters up to about 40 pounds.  Late in the week some decent dorado showed up near the buoys for really the first time and there’s been flurries of fast moving tuna we’re seeing but no takers…all very promising!

The issue is mostly one of predictability.  We never know what’s going to bite!  I tell guys (and gals) to just let the captain take you to the fish.  Fish for what’s possible, and you’ll have the best success.  If you go for the home run, you COULD get some, but you could also strike out.  If you have more than one day, that’s a good shot but if you only have one day and you have it in your mind that you ONLY want wahoo…that could be the day that only the bonito bite!  Go with the flow and catch what’s biting.  Everyone is getting fish!

TAILHUNTER OUTREACH

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Jilly with (L-R) Randy Choate, Jay Gibbons, Tom Ames and Rick Choate all from Idaho in front of school supplies, soaps, shampoos, sports equipment, toothbrushes and toothpaste and many other items for the battered women’s shelter and the kid’s schools outside of town.

Another new season is on and thanks to our Tailhunter Tribal members who have started bringing down supplies, hygiene items, toys and clothes for our underserved school kids and the battered women’s sheleter here in La Paz!  You rock!

That’s our story!

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Jonathan and Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s

Tailhunter International

Website: 

www.tailhunter-international.com

Mexico Office: Tailhunter International, 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico

U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter International, 8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

Phones:

from USA : 626-638-3383

from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Mar. 27-Apr. 3, 2016

Jasmine Bonsack from Washington first time fishing gets a nice yellowtail fishing out’ve Bahia de Los Muertos with Tailhunter.

Jasmine is from Washington and was with us for first time fishing.  She gets a nice yellowtail fishing out’ve Bahia de Los Muertos with Tailhunter. The fish was hit deep.  She also got a 40-pound roosterfish that she handled like a pro and released!

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Lilla Ando from Texas had a fun day on the water for her one and only day to fish with this nice 20-pound amberjack and cabrilla. She was fishing with Captain Gerardo from the Tailhunter Fleet.  Alot of the fish came back for sashime at our restaurant!  She says she’s coming back to fish again later this week.  She’s taking Spanish immersion classes at Se Habla La Paz school here in La Paz along with her family.

Jasmine and Mark Bonsack from Seattle show off a nice rack of fish including some good yellowtail; a big cabrilla and a snapper after a nice day out’ve Bahia de los Muertos with Tailhunter Sportfishing in La Paz.

Jasmine and Mark Bonsack from Seattle show off a nice rack of fish including some good yellowtail; a big cabrilla and a snapper after a nice day out’ve Bahia de los Muertos with Tailhunter Sportfishing in La Paz.

Brad Sleder with Captain Jorge and a nice cabrilla headed to the dinner table at Tailhunters! Brad is from N. Carolina.

Brad Sleder with Captain Jorge and a nice cabrilla headed to the dinner table at Tailhunters! Brad is from N. Carolina.

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Ralph Brauer from Minnesota on his first fishing trip to La Paz is a bit tired as he struggles to lift this hefty striped marlin for a photo with Captain Joel from the Tailhunter Fleet.  He has every reason to be tired.  He fought the fish over an hour with a bad back and leg but was “thrilled.”  The interesting story is that they were fishing a live bait down deep with lead.  They lead got stuck on the rock down deep where they were looking for yellowtail.  They managed to yank the lead out’ve the rocks when the marlin bit from down deep and it was “fish on!”  They saw the marlin jumping in the distance but didn’t think it was this rod until the line went tight!  The fish swellowed the big bait and could not be released.

SCRATCHY FISHING AT BEST THIS WEEK

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of March 27-April 3, 2016

Need to be honest.  We’re in that “transition” period when it’s not really winter anymore and we’re moving into spring-like conditions.  Air temps in the day are a really pleasant 83 or so but dropping to a chilly 52 at night!  (Good idea to bring a sweatshirt or windbreaker for the evenings or early mornings).  Winds have consistently been dropping compared to previous weeks although it can still be blustery and a bit of a hinderance to fishing and often finding bait. Live bait is an issue.  If you’re bringing gear, some Rapalas are not a bad idea.

The week was up-and-down. It was hit or miss many times.  One day it’s good.  One day not.  No reason.  One panga does good.  Two pangas right next to that one are slack.  No reason.  Basically…  There’s alot of variety insofar as we have cold water AND warm water fish in the same areas and you really never know what you’re gonna catch.   I think the fish are just as confused as we are.

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Seems to be improving weekly as winds calm down.  Still not super.  But… It looks promising for the next upcoming weeks as waters calm.  There’s sargasso weed building in the current lines and some of them are holding good numbers of small dorado up to about 5 pounds or so.  Hopefully, the bigger fish move in soon!

The cold water fish are still down in the water column.  Not many, but yellowtail up to about 30 pounds and amberjack of about the same size are holding near the structures.  Nothing wide open but they are there.  I think however, as the waters are warming that these cooler water fish will follow the cooler waters down deep and out of range

Surprisingly, however, we’re seeing some early season billfish like marlin and sailfish in the area.  I think they’re being attracted to eating the small dorado and bonito as well as the other small fish hanging out under the sargasso.

LAS ARENAS

Like La Paz fishing, it’s going through changes.  There’s bottom fish like pargo, cabrilla and amberjack around lower in the water column with sierra and jacks closer to the surface.  Warmer water fish like the occasional dorado and finally some 30-40 pound rooster fish made a showing as well this week.  Commercial fisherman say there’s still some wahoo and yellowtail around the island, but nothing was hooked and the two days we tried to get there, the winds prevented it.

That’s our story!

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Jonathan Roldan’s

Tailhunter International

Website: 

www.tailhunter-international.com

Mexico Office: Tailhunter International, 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico

U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter International, 8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

Phones:

from USA : 626-638-3383

from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of March 14-21, 2016

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From Los Angeles, Butch Tropez and his family had a great day on the water while fishing with our Tailhunter Las Arenas fleet at Muertos Bay. Check out the great variety including yellowtail, big cabrilla, jack crevalle, sierra, and triggerfish. They only had one day to fish and made the most of it. The triggerfish ended up at dinner at our Tailhunter Restaurant in La Paz.

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You always remember that first fish! Kogen Brown from W. Linn, Oregon is all smiles with his first roosterfish. The 11-year-old released his fish too!

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LAS ARENAS PUTS OUT VARIETY – LA PAZ NOT YET READY

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of March 14-21, 2016

It was a pretty nice week for fishing this past week.  Very spring-like conditions finally with temps in the 80’s and just a light breeze most days.  The week was highlighted by a decent mix of fish and also for the first time, we finally sent pangas out’ve La Paz.  We haven’t been sending out our La Paz boats since about November because of the severe winter winds we’ve been experiencing.

With better conditions, we had the boats out there with mixed results.  Some yellowtail were seen and lost and none boated.  There were some small rooster fish and cabrilla and triggerfish but that was about it.  However, this week we’ll have more boats out and hopefully better reports as we work the waters better and if the winds continue to diminish.

The better fishing was still with our Tailhunter Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay fleet.  There really was an amazing variety of species.

Along with some nice 20-30 pound yellowtail,  we had some hookups around Cerralvo Island on wahoo which continue to seem to hang out around the island and some of the other high spots.   Both species seem to have an affinity for slow trolled Rapalas, especially the dark ones. But, it’s a great welcome surprise that we’ve had wahoo around for almost a year now. No one is complaining!

Speaking of Rapalas and other crank style baits, it’s a good thing they’re working because live bait continues to be difficult to get in quantity so along with lures, dead and frozen bait is working but resulting in some nice catches of some of the biggest cabrilla I’ve seen in a long time as well as sierra, jack crevalle, amberjack, pargo, bonito and other species.

…BUT WAIT!!!

Just going to publication of this week’s fishing report today (Sunday)  and some of our boats today that fished La Paz ended up finding fish!  Schools of small dorado and pargo that were especially good for the kids. The fish were right off Isla Ballena a small outcropping off Espirito Santo Island where a bunch of floating weed was found.   Check out this photo of Captain Boli with Ben Walkerly.  Nice day!

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Captain Boli poses with Ben Walkerly and some fun dorado and a barred pargo they found pretty much just off Espirito Santo Island.

HAPPY TRAILS AND THANK YOU!

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My honey and I. What a grand time you have shows us! Thank you for an amazing 3 months! Now back home to La Paz!

We’ve been on the road since before Christmas.  And now 3 months later, we’ve come to the end of the trail for this year.

We’ve criss-crossed the country through 11 different states and met and spoken with thousands of amigos at all the biggest sportsmans shows in the western U.S.  After 21-years in this business, these trips continue to re-inforce what a beautiful country we have and moreso the wonderful folks who live there.  We’ve been greeted with smiles and welcomed with hospitality no matter where we went.   Jill and I cherish this time and each and every moment.

We started with our first show of the year driving  to  icy Billings, Montana.  Then to Denver, Colorado.  Then because of heavy snow, we had a 500-mile “detour” through New Mexico and Arizona to get to Sacramento, CA.  After that, we drove to the Seattle area at the Puyallup Fairgrounds followed by the huge show in Portland, Oregon.

Then, it was onto Yakima, Washington.  Then, Jill and I split up.

I did the Fred Hall show in Long Beach CA while Jilly hit the road to cover us in Boise, Idaho.

We got together again to do the ISE show in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Then, we finished out by splitting up again!  Jill held the booth at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego.  I spent the week in Salt Lake City.

And so we close this chapter with a huge MUCHAS GRACIAS to each and every one of you who took the time to say hi and chat with us in our booths.  And we look forward to seeing so many of you in La Paz this year.

Let’s get onto the fishing season!  Vamos a pescar!

That’s our story!

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Jonathan Roldan’s

Tailhunter International

Website: 

www.tailhunter-international.com

Mexico Office: Tailhunter International, 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico

U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter International, 8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

Phones:

from USA : 626-638-3383

from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

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Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:  https://fishreport.jonathanroldan.com/

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