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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Aug. 5-12, 2018

HURRICANE JOHN CRASHES PARTY

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Aug 5-12, 2018

Mexican Minute Video Report

Week at a Glance

Weather – We had Hurricane John that bounced in and bounced out.  Some flooding, but honestly nothing serious as it headed out towards the Pacific, but enough that we had a few days of winds, rain and waves.  Enough to cause a nuisance and shut down fishing for 2 days.   But, even after it technically went it’s way the days in the aftermath still were cloudy…some rain…some thunder and lightning and winds.  Very unpredictable and erratic.

Water – Did not take as bad a hit as after other storms where the water is very turned over and dirty.  Since there wasn’t torrential rain, there wasn’t enough run-off to dirty the water.  Waters relatively blue and clear at 83 degrees.

Fishing – Week started pretty well with big tuna, and dorado.  Then the storm hit and you always wonder what it will do to the fishing.  How long will the fish take to recover.  Surprisingly, the fish were fair good to us.  Not great, but not as bad as other times.  We still had action although we had to work harder for them, but everyone caught fish.  Surprised to see cooler water fish like pargo and pompano showing up.  Are waters getting colder already?  We usually don’t see these fish except in late winter and spring!

Catching – Still losing the majority of those big tuna; a couple of wahoo bites; and more dorado than we should!  But that’s fishing!  Everyone took home meat that wanted meat.

The Big Picture and the Rest of the Story…

Big tuna for Laura Hernandez and Mark Buchanan from San Diego who battled the big fish just off Punta Arenas. The fish were measured at about 50-55 pounds each.

A good reason NOT to be out fishing! Waterspout off Cerralvo Island during the storm! (Taken from the beach!) . Thanks for the shot, Rusty Cain!

Little vide of the beginning of Hurricane John.

Even after the hurricane “left” we still had localized and intermittent shower and thunderstorms all week. Pretty shot! Thanks, Mark Buchanan!

The fishing rabbi from Portland Oregon,  our amigo, Sheldon Donnell used to have a temple in Orange Co, but retired to Portland and often came to fish in La Paz with Tailhunter Sportfishing. He got this nice bull just off the rocks near Punta Arenas.

One of our favorite all-time families! Diego and Kelly Sanchez from Loveland, Colorado brought granddaughter, Selena down who had a great time fishing. Here’s one day’s fun of tuna, dorado, triggerfish and pargo! Plus they released jack crevalle and bonito.

Bryan Forward from Carlsbad wasn’t fishing for roosterfish just north of La Paz, but while fishing in a dorado school with Captain Rogelio from the Tailhunter Fleet, this big boy popped up and chewed his bait and the battle was on. The fish was released.

I think one day, Al Sandstrom will probably move down here. He just has too good a time fishing! Dorado in hand caught with our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet.

Skies are still cloudy but the smiles are real! Captain Jorge with Mark Hawkins and Harry Hsu posed with 3 of their 5 yellowfin on the beach at Muertos.

That’s alot of mahi mahi for Mark Buchanan and wife, Laura Hernandez from San Diego. Always in the fish!

He’s a little tired! Tony Smith has 4 big tuna on the table. First time down here and he had a good time.

Lee Carlson with Captain Moncho of the Tailhunter Fleet is from Denver. He hooked this roosterfish not far off the beach near Punta Perrico near La Paz and fought it for over an hour on light tackle and said “The fish did me in!”

The best is when someone catches their first fish ever! Rob Forward of Carlsbad and Captain Rogelio with his first dorado!

So crazy unusual to be catching pargo liso because normally, they are cooler water fish we catch from Feb. to April! But, Shelly Donnell got this one off the rocks at Punta Perrico. Great eating! Tough fighter too!

Hope came to visit us from Idaho for the first time and got her first dorado showing here on the beach at Balandra! Great to have her down!

Colorado friends since college, these two have been Tailhunter amigos for many years. Always smiling, Frank Kunze and Lee Carlson with a pretty good day out’ve Muertos Bay of tuna and dorado.

 

This one weighed out at over 52 pounds for Laura Hernandez. These are beast fish! Check out how close she is to the beach at Punta Arenas!

Football-sized yellowfin tuna showed up later in the week that were alot of fun and surely easier than the 60 pounders earlier in the week. San Diego boys in the house!

 

Captain Gerardo photo-bombs a dorado photo of Cal Lambert from Colorado trying to pose with one of several nice dorado caught just before the storm hit!

Harry Hsu and John Land with Captain Jorge and a nice haul of dorado and triggerfish.

Alex Moser from San Diego and his amigos with a big 50 pounder that took over an hour to land!

Laura has a knack for getting big fish! Nice bull dorado off Las Arenas Point!

We had a strange and crazy week. Things were going pretty nicely and then out’ve nowhere, what looked like a week of intermittent showers and occasional rain suddenly got a name and turned into “Hurricane John!” It got us scrambling!

These things are un-predictable and although it was only a “Category One” storm, we’ve seen them do some erratic things over the years and while the storm path didn’t have John barreling directly into us, it was going to glance off the southern tip of Baja and bounce out pretty hard.

The storm warnings went out and the clouds, wind and rain came in. Thunder, lightning and even water spouts! Some flights got diverted and although we never got the heavy hit, it was enough to have the Port Captain shut down the port and ban all boat traffic. Big waves and strong winds didn’t help.

Of course, that meant cancelations; no fishing; and lots of schedule juggling. It’s too bad because fishing had been pretty good.

Then the storm left. Sort of.

The port opened, but for several days, we didn’t know if the port captain would change his mind and shut things down again. So there were days when we had everyone ready, but also telling them they might have to head back to their rooms if the port captain shut things down again.

Because while “John” moved off, it never really completely left and almost each day, we had threats of wind, rain and big seas and occasional thundershowers and left everyone wondering what the next day would be like and days when we went fishing and still got wet.

Fortunately, the waters didn’t take too hard a hit from the storm and fishing the rest of the week was a lot better than I thought it would be although it still was not quite as good as it had been.

Everyone still got fish!

At Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay for our Tailhunter Las Arenas Fleet, the big tuna were still around although a bit pickier. However, smaller fun football sized 10-20 pounders showed up right off Punta Arenas not far from the lighthouse. Also, decent dorado up to about 25 pounds rounded things out and surprisingly we got pompano and nice big pargo liso snapper that usually we only catch in the springtime. It makes me wonder if cooler waters are already moving in! Several roosterfish also hooked and released in the 30-50 pound category.

For our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet, dorado were centerstage again. Most of the fish were 5 to 20 pounders, but if you find the right spot, it could be crazy frenzied fishing. Most days, the boats got limits or near limits although some days the bite didn’t take off until late in the day. If boats left too early they sometimes missed the bite.

So, overall, not too bad given the weather. It could have been a lot worse!

TAILHUNTER OUTREACH – GRACIAS!

Diego Jimenez and his family from Loveland CO

Wes Perkins and Roger Hall from Oregon

Matt Chase, Terry Biggs, Mitch Embry and Rich Keogh

I’m sorry I don’t have ALL the photos of everyone who brought donations or school supplies, clothes, shoes, hygiene and other needed items for our Tailhunter Outreach Program.  But, e are so grateful for the generosity.   This year alone, we’ve collected over 1000 pounds of much-needed items that we distribute to the community.  Some of the photos above are just from the last week and all of this went to the school and orphanage in Los Planes near Las Arenas.  With school starting this week, the supplies and clothes were much appreciated!

Tailhunter Tribe rocks!  Thank you all!

That’s our story!

Jonathan & Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International

Website:
http://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
.

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

Tailhunter YouTube Video Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBLvdHL_p4-OAu3HfiVzW0g

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of July 28-Aug. 5, 2018

SUMMER TIME DORADO AND TUNA!

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of July 28-Aug. 5, 2018

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT FOR THE WEEK

WEEK AT A GLANCE

Weather – Hot hot hot.  Even us locals think so.  Dangit…stay hydrated!  Beer is fun, but doesn’t count.  With the humidity you have to keep knocking back the waters or you’ll get sick.  On the other hand…hot weather = best fishing!

But, weather will change this week. Intermittent rain, thundershowers and lightning predicted on-and-off all week.  Not sure what that will do to the fishing.  Weather reports change several times a day.  Not sure when or how hard it will rain or what days.

Water – Pretty blue.  Surface temperatures are perfect for swimming, SCUBA and snorkeling!  It’s about 80-83 degrees on top!

Fishing – Everyone caught fish!  If not big tuna then great on the dorado.  The tuna continue to be big and we’re losing most of the big fish.  But dorado have been making up for it just to have fun.

Catching – Losing 70% of the big tuna.  That’s why they’re big.  They are gorillas and make strong men cry!

 

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST OF THE STORY…

Rhett Riley and his grandfather, Herb Preszler from the Sacramento Area, tied into several big tuna off Cerralvo Island near La Paz on live bait with Tailhunter Sportfishing. They each hooked and fought a fish over an hour before lines broke then re-baited and tied into these two nice sluggers and fought then well over another hour before getting them into the pangas.

From Oroville CA, our amigo, Terry Biggs has made numerous trips to fish La Paz with Tailhunter Sportfishing. He had never caught a big tuna. He hooked one fish and fought it almost 2 hours before it broke off then hooked this big one estimated by Captain Armando as being in the 70-80 pound class. He was using only 40 pound test. Terry works for the railroad and is about 6’2 and 275 pounds and he wrestled this tuna almost 90 minutes and “it whupped me pretty bad.

One of our favorite new amigos, Matt Chase, was just great to have down this week! Even when he lost fish, we was like a kid in a candy store! He did get a nice batch of dorado, however. Here with Captain Boli on the beach.

If he looks a bit disheveled, Mitch Embry from Texas has a little help and a smile from Captain Armando lifting up this tough tuna he fought in the hot sun off Cerralvo Island.

Schoolie dorado for the Bartas who were staying with Gary Wagner at Rancho Costa in Muertos Bay.

Rhett Riley started out a good week of tuna fishing with this plug of a yellowfin tuna.

 

Another dorado in the boat is a nice bull north of La Paz near Espirto Santo Island for Terry Biggs.

Well-deserved handshakes for Wes Perkins and Roger Hall who fished with Captain Victor and took a box of dorado and a big yellowfin. Our good amigos are from the Portland OR area and have visited us for many seasons.

First timer amigo, Mark Durham, poses on the beach at Muertos with another fat tuna.

Captain Jorge does the honors on a nice dorado with Rich Keough and Mitch Embry. Note all the other dorado on the cutting table in the foreground .

 

It was a pretty decent week of fishing. Everyone who wanted fish caught fish. Can’t argue with that. Some boats did better than others on any given day, but that’s fishing. If you fished several days like most of our folks then you might have one slow day, but the others surely made up for it.

At Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay, the big tuna off Cerralvo Island were again, the name of the game. These 40-80 pound gorillas are made more formidable by the fact that they’re eating relatively light lines (as tuna will sometimes do). So, using 25-40 pound test line can turn into quite a battle and most of these fights are at least an hour to almost 2 hours in the hot Baja sun!

For some, the strain is just a little too much for the angler or the tackle and beast fish that have non-stop motors. We are losing about 70% of these fish for those reasons. One day, we hooked 10 fish and only 2 got boated. It is what it is. Everyone wants a shot at these homerun fish, but if you don’t knock it over the fence, there’s a good chance you won’t get any other chances at another or for other species because it’s already too late in the day. But the challenge is there and very compelling. . .and fun!

It’s hard to know if there’s other species around the area because everyone is chasing the tuna, but we did hoo up some dorado and billfish. Roosterfish have been scarce this year. But, again, hard to know because not many folks have been chasing them.

Fortunately, if the tuna aren’t going, we do have our other fleet out’ve La Paz and the dorado have been lighting it up . Most days there’s limits or near limits of fish running 10-20 pound and some larger. If you hit the right spot and find the school, it can be utter madness as fish crash all around and every rod is bent. You fill the box quickly!

Other times, you get 1 here…2 there…1 here…and a longer, but still productive day.

Weather advisory…looks like intermittent and localized thundershowers with lightning are predicted most of the week. Not a hurricane. Just tropical stuff. Not sure how that will affect fishing, but we’ll be watching.  It could rain one spot, but not another.  It could rain at night or afternoon.  The reports change daily.  Hopefully, the port captain doesn’t shut thing down.

That’s our story!

Have a great week!

 

 

 

 

 

Jonathan

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International

Website:
http://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
.

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

Tailhunter YouTube Video Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBLvdHL_p4-OAu3HfiVzW0g

“When your life finally flashes before your eyes, you will have only moments to regret all the things in life you never had the courage to try.”

 

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of July 1-8, 2018

DORADO FINALLY MAKE A SHOW

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of July 1-8, 2018

 

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT 

Sorry about the audio quality.  It really wasn’t THAT windy, but I forgot my wind-screen microphone and I had to do this all in one take because I was almost out’ve batteries on my camera!  Hope you can still understand it!  With apologies for being an idiot!

WEEK AT A GLANCE

Weather – Hot and humid for the most part.  Day time in the mid-90’s and nights in the low 80’s.  In short, perfect fishing weather.  We did have a little bit of drizzle one morning for about an hour then the sun came blazing.

Water – Getting warmer and bluer each week.  Plus sargasso weed is building which co-incidentally has alot to do with the better dorado bite.

Bait – Not an issue for our La Paz Fleet.  Still hit or miss sometimes with our Las Arenas fleet

Fishing – Not so many big tuna this week. They were there and sometimes would chew and other times not.  But dorado, wahoo and roosterfish helped fill the slack.  Some days better than others.  Some boats luckier than others.

Catching – The bigger the fish, the more we lose!  Lost some big marlin, big dorado, bit tuna and big dorado this week.

 

THE BIG PICTURE & THE REST OF THE STORY…

Happy fella! Darrell Manginelli from Ventura CA shows off a rack of nice dorado plus two nice snapper after a day fishing out’ve Bahia de los Muertos.

First day is a good day! Captain Jorge with Mike and Marta Shaw showing off some quality tuna and dorado near Las Arenas.

Whoa! Nice bull, Jason! Yes, you made the report, amigo! Starts off his trip with a quality bull dorado. Jason is from the San Diego area.

Glenn Rowland has a habit of dozing off on our pangas then his rod goes off all by itself and he reels in big fish like this nice wahoo that ate a Rapala while fishing with Captain Pancho . Glenn is from Ventura CA

Bennett Clegg has a habit of visiting us at Tailhunter each year and sticking some nice big fish like this big bull he caught while fishing with Captain Victor.

A little cloud mid-week down here, but the dorado bit for Jeff Klassen who got limits in the box and poses with two on the beach.

Like I said above, Bennett Clegg from Santa Rosa CA seems to always find big fish and was fishing light tackle 12-pound test in a school of medium dorado when this huge roosterfish blew up on his sardine and battled him on a very light rod for over an hour! The fish was photo’d and released strong. Bennet…not so much. He called it day after that and came in! Fish estimated at 50-60 pounds by the Tailhunter Captain.

Christina Morales from Lakewood CA has never been fishing and is about as tiny and petite as a button. She and her family came to fish with Tailhunter in La Paz and her very first fish ever is this pig tuna she wrestled over an hour in the sun in a spinning rod with Captain Arcangel. But, she got it in with no help although Captain Arcangel did a great job maneuvering the panga and was as proud as Christina to get the big fish.

I’ve seen this guy with so many nice fish over the years that he has caught with us. Sam Sybesma hold up one of his limits of dorado. He said while he battled this big bull, his buddy, Jeff caught 4 others!

If his tongue is hanging out, it’s for good reason. Mike Shaw from Oceanside CA battled this beast of a freckled roosterfish over an hour when it slammed his live bait north of La Paz fishing with the Tailhunter Fleet. The fish was caught not too far off Punta Coyote and was released. Estimated at over 70 pounds!

Darrell Manginelli is from Ventura CA and fishes with us every year. Captain Pancho poses with him and one of Darrell’s wahoo.

Nothing like having kids hook up! Eleven-year-old Fernando Balderrabano was with his dad, Manuel, when they got a nice pair of bulls plus a bunch of other dorado in the box while fishing north of the city with Captain Rogelio.

Great colors on this dorado that Alicia Clegg caught among several others fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz fleet. Check those flat waters!

Light tackle monster for Dan Shay of San Diego who was fishing with a spinning rod when he knocked this fat amberjack.

 

Captain Armando with Greg Ponte and a great eating barred pargo taken off the rocks.

Mike Shaw on the beach at Muertos Bay with the tail of a nice yellowfin tuna. The fish is bigger than it looks. Mike’s a tall guy!

Great photo and a nice dorado for smiling Alicia Bennett.

Glenn Rowland with the 2nd of two wahoo he caught while fishing with Captain Pancho.

All the way from Sweden! Mike Sjosvard had a few roosterfish hooked, but got away. He still got a nice jack crevalle…close cousin!

The Morales Family…Ruby…Christina and Jesus from Lakewood CA with enough to fill a few ice chests including dad’s wahoo and two big tuna.

Incredible colors here on this bull dorado with Darrell Manginelli.

First-timers Scott Van Essen and Joel Warners have their hands full with a couple of schoolie dorado.

It was croaking according to Bennett Clegg who caught this near Espirito Santo Island. Jack crevalle are tough fighters and yes…they do make a croaking noise!

One of the happiest guys to visit us. Glenn Rowland from Ventura CA had himself a nice week of big fish.

Hope you had a great 4th of July holiday week!

For us…

It wasn’t a great week of fishing, but it wasn’t too bad either!  For sure… The fish are there and the highlight was the appearance of a nice grade of dorado.

The thing about the fishing this week was that it could still be spotty here-and-there. One boat could get fish and another right next to it would struggle. One boat can’t get bit and the two next to it are bent all day. No rhyme or reason. It’s just fishing!

Most of our folks who fish with us fish for 2, 3, 4 or more days . There could be an off-day or two. But, the good days usually more than made up for the down days with big fish or plentiful action . The biggest problem might be with folks who were walk-in clients or only scheduled one day of fishing. They could be the boat that just happens to have a slow day or the boat that loses their biters as often walk-in clients don’t have a lot of experience.

But, overall, some nice fishing this week for the most part.

Our Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Tailhunter Fleet found the tuna a little closer to home base this week. The tuna were found off the south side of the big island negating the run all the way up to the north end of the island. The fish are quality 40-60 pounders. The issue is that they did not always want to bite. Some days, the went on the chew. Other days, especially when bait was tougher to find, the fish had lockjaw or guys saw then boiling or they were fast movers and just didn’t want to eat.

Wahoo made up for the slack on some of those days with some quality 30-40 skinnies that ate the Rapalas or Mega Baits or bit the live bait. Also, some big roosterfish and better quality dorado between 15 and 40 pounds helped ease things.

Still, for the most part, fishing Las Arenas/ Muertos area got you big fish or not much.

The better action was still with our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet. Encouraging to see more schools of dorado gathering up. Especially if you can find the patches of sargasso weeds floating on the surface or the right current line. Nicer fish in the 20-30 pound class showed up too.

Some days, you’d pick-pick-pick getting a dorado here and there or, if you found the honey hole, then it could be dorado rodeo with every rod bent non-stop.

Some holdover amberjack and yellowtail are still around in the rocks as well as pargo, cabrilla, snapper and jack crevalle. Some unusually big roosterfish too!

 

That’s our story!

Jonathan

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International

Website:
http://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
.

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

Tailhunter YouTube Video Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBLvdHL_p4-OAu3HfiVzW0g

“When your life finally flashes before your eyes, you will have only moments to regret all the things in life you never had the courage to try.”

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La Pa – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of June 3-10, 2018

QUALITY TUNA ROLL THROUGH

CERRALVO ISLAND

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of May 3-10, 2018

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

WEEK AT A GLANCE

Weather – Got cloudier later in the week as bits from distant hurricane Aleta took away some of the sunshine. (It blew out to sea hundreds of miles away)  But with the cloud cover, the humidity and heat rose.  Days are in the high 90’s.  Nights in the upper 70’s.  Thankfully, every night the Corumuel Breeze blows through and cools things down . Hurricane Ben coming up behind, but we’re keeping an eye out.  Might give us a few showers and wind later in the week.

Water – Blue and mostly calm.  Summer conditions.  Weeds burning off.  Water about 82 degrees on the surface.

Fishing – Bigger 30-100 pound tuna bent rods and broke hearts this week.  Everyone focused on those sluggers.  But, dorado, pargo, big jack crevalle, some roosterfish, cabrilla, and several species of bonito around for anyone who wanted.

Catching – Bigger fish meant more losses.  Everyone WANTS a big fish until they’re fighting in the hot sun and realize they have a beast.  Some anglers fighting fish 1 or 2 hours and losing them, but that’s why they’re BIGGER fish!  More fish lost than caught.  But you’ll never catch one if you don’t put a line in the water!

THE BIG PICTURE and THE REST OF THE STORY…

Our amigo, Tom Mullican, from Idaho comes twice-a-year for 10 days at a time. Fishing with Captain Jorge, he got the 60-pound tuna then fought the 100 pounder for 2 hours! He said his arms were too tired and shaky to hold the fish up for the photo!

Craig Wong, Mark Buchanan and Laura Hernandez with quite a hault of yellowfin tuna and red snapper. They’re all from San Diego areas.

Captain Boli with Gene and Travis Harp from chillier climes in Oregon showing off one of their nice big bull dorado inside La Paz Bay.

Tom Hinmon, from Laguna Beach CA, had himself quite a week. Here’s one of his good days with Captain Pancho and a load of big yellowfin.

Our new amigos from North Caroline, Shanon Spivey and Steve Gray with Captain Archangel do the beach pose with their big tuna and a dorado. One day, I will get Arcangel to smile. He’s been with us 23 years so maybe there’s still hope!

Last minute trip for Desiree Winn and Ryan Bottensek from Florence Beach, Oregon produced these nice tuna with Captain Armando.

Victor from Wiconsin had only 1 day to fish, but squeezed it in and got himself one of the largest yellowtail of the season plus a big tuna.

When the tuna weren’t on the chew everyone seemed to get hung with these big schools of jack crevalle that really tore things up! Tom Hinmon poses with one of the big grunts before releasing it.

 

One of the few amberjack we got this year and caught by Gary Galbreath from Huntington Beach CA off Cerralvo Island. Note the big tuna at his knees also! Amberjack are great eating down here. Like sweet yellowtail meat and can get over 100 pounds.

Big smiles from big guys! Captain Gerardo grins with Jude Martinez and Scott/ Steve Ellis from San Diego with a trio of solid tuna and a couple more in the foregrounds. Grey skies already coming in!

This might be the largest bull dorado so far this season which is just getting underway, but Vince Acosta put the hurt on this flyer while fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet in La Paz Bay.

 

Captain Victor looks on as a tired John Gaskins hold up another yellowfin with 2 more YFT’s on the cutting table at Muertos Bay.

Some prize! Craig Wong from San Diego with a hog of a cabrilla that he pulled off the rocks!

Two of our favorites! Captain Jorge and Vince Acosta ham it up for the camera with 4 nice tuna on the beach.

A good day for tuna for Craig Wong and Mark Buchanan from San Diego to add to their boxes going home!

Steve McGavern from Loreto drove down for a quick two days of fishing just at the start of the tuna run with us holding two fish ready to be cleaned and packed up.

Steve/ Scott Ellis and Captain Gerardo are two big guys which gives you some perspective on the nice size of the tuna Steve caught.

With the steep cliffs of the north end of Cerralvo Island in the background , Tom Hinmon put the gaff to this yellowfin tuna not far from the lighthouse rock.

There’s some nice grade dorado around north of La Paz! Randy Forestiere with Captain Raul hold one up for the camera!

Yes, you have three of them! Nice day of tuna for John Carser from Huntington Beach.

Fat tuna and big smiles from Laura Hernandez from San Diego who boated this one outside of Bahia de los Muertos.

They might not have been long, but these fish were plugs and big round bombs when they hit the lines like this one caught by Gary Galbreath.

Our long-time buddy Ricardo (Ranchero) Sawaske with Captain Raul and a young bull fresh on the gaff and going to dinner!

Favorite photo of the week. John Carser and Mark Rodman. Thanks, guys. Enjoy all the fish you brought home this week!

As we watch cloudy gray skies move in on us that might eventually bring us some rain later in the week, it’s been a good week for fishing.  Not a great week for a lot of fish, but a great week for BIG fish!

There’s still a lot of pargo and cabrilla around and more and more dorado, but everyone eschewed the fast action and ability to fill an ice chest to go for the bigger boy tuna that showed up at the north end of Cerralvo Island.  Everyone had shots at these quality tuna that were as small as 30 pounds, but some in the 60 to 100 pound class!
Not everyone caught fish and the week started a bit slow.  But the fish were there.  Everyone eventually who wanted fish went home with full coolers of slabbed ahi.  One boat would get them and another boat next to them would miss.  One guy would hit two or three and his buddy would only run interference and pick off bonito.  Or needlefish.
Like I said, these fish were powerful and strong.  Stronger then most of our anglers had ever tangled with.  Fights of 1-2 hours were not uncommon.  More heartbreaking were the stories of fish that broke off after long fights or came unbuttoned.  Tougher still were stories of even larger fish that straightened a hook or broke a rod. For some of our anglers…1 fish was enough for the day!  Careful what you wish for.
There were funny stories about guys tossing a mackerel and immediately getting slammed.  After a long fight and a swig of water, they would routinely just toss in their 2nd bait of the day.  WHAM!  Bit again and on for another long long battle.  And regretting it!
No doubt there were more fish lost than were caught!
Live mackerel were the ticket so we had to get out there early and it’s a long run to the north end of Cerralvo Island.  But even with few baits, somedays every bait would get bit…and that was enough when you’re battling big fish for a long time!  When macs didn’t work, yo-yo iron also produced fish for the guys that knew how.
Still some variety around as well.  But, like I said, most of the focus was on the tuna grounds. So more tuna than anything else showed up in the boxes.  Nevertheless, when the tuna weren’t biting hefty jack crevalle put on a show that had guys shaking their heads with the power of these fish.  Not good eating, but made for great sport.
Also,  there’s a few yellowtail and sierra still lingering and for our La Paz Fleet, dorado, pargo, cabrilla and snapper

We’re keeping an eye on the weather.  A category 4 hurricane named “Aletta” became the first of the season far far south us by hundreds of miles and blew itself out to sea, but did send gray skies over us this past weekend and ramp up the humidity.  However, a 2nd blow by the name of “Bud” might bring us some bitty showers later this week and some worrisome winds.  We’ll have to keep an eye out for it.

That’s our story!

Jonathan

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of May 27-June 3, 2018

SUMMER SPECIES MOVING IN

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of May 27-June 3, 2018

Mexican Minute Video Report

 

Week at a Glance

Weather – Getting WARMER!  Most days in the high-90’s.  Nights in the high-70’s.  Definitely some days you can feel the humidity creeping up.  But mostly pretty pleasant.  Still windy some days, but not as harsh.  Nice afternoon Corumuel breeze cools down the time nicely!

Water – As weather gets warmer the algae is burning off and waters are getting dramatically bluer.  Less winds mean calmer waters too.  Pretty stuff.  Our SCUBA and snorkelers are having a blast.

Fishing – Better every week.  Still not full speed.  Some slow spots and bumps.  But everyone catching fish if you’re here a few days assuming you might have a slow day here and there.  Las Arenas has fewer fish and slower action, but larger trophies.  La Paz fishing has more fish, but smaller.  Better action.

Catching – Lost some really nice wahoo, tuna and roosters this week that would have really made this week’s report explode.  But, big fish are tougher fish!

 

The Big Picture and the Rest of the Story…

Nineteen-year-old Mia Pettey from Orange CO, California came down with her dad, John Pettey, well-known goldsmith and jeweler to the Southern California fishing industry as a high school graduation present to do some SCUBA and fishing in La Paz with Tailhunter. She was slow-trolling a bait just north of La Paz when this big rooster fish rolled up behind the boat and hammered the bait. We estimate it in the 60-70 pound class and she said, “It kicked my butt!” She released the fish.

Tom DeLeon from Los Angeles came down to La Paz to fish with Tailhunter Sportfishing specifically to knock a rooster fish off his bucket list. He got this beast north of Punta Arenas on a live bait on a double hook-up. This fish was released and estimated over 65-70 pounds.

Laura Hernandez from San Diego always does well in our area and was fishing outside of Bahia de los Muertos with her husband Mark when she landed this nice wahoo, one of two she caught that day.

Quality dorado for Captain Jorge and our long-time amigos, Doug Oclassen and dad, Glenn Oclassen. Doug is from Colorado near Denver and dad’s in the San Francisco Bay area. Good size on these bulls!

Good first day for Stan Andre who picked up this nice wahoo not far outside of Bahia de los Muertos.

That’s a legi bull dorado for Terry Hawk. Usually, this quality of dorado don’t show up until later in the summer and the fall but the fish seem to be here already although not in huge numbers…yet!

Jim Bovee from San Diego gave his wife a trip to La Paz for Christmas and their last day she put wood to this thick yellowfin tuna fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet north of the city . Jim will be back in August and again in October!

Easy to see why they are called “dog-tooth” snapper. Hard to catch and pull from the rocks, but Doug Oclassen got this one into the boat not far off the Punta Perrico rocks.

Hefty bull dorado headed for the grill for Diane Deleon from Los Angeles. She two of these big guys this day. Scroll down for her other fish!

Rhonda McGavern is from Northern California, but they spend a good part of the year at their place in Loreto and drove down to La Paz for a little change-of-pace. The did the number on a fat yellowfin tuna and this dorado as she poses on the beach at Muertos Bay.

 

Like a boss! John Stone from San Diego had himself a good several days with our Tailhunter Fleet! He poses here with one of his bull dorado.

Another big rooster for Tom Deleon from Los Angeles. Part of a double hook-up on live bait he came specifically to get a rooster. This one regretfully could not be released and the meat was donated.

Good buddy Randy Forestiere had several days of fun on light tackle hooking great cabrilla and pargo like this pargo mulatto north of La Paz.

 

Still some cooler water fish hanging out! Captain Armando put his folks on this amberjack, but also jack crevalle and dorado.

These two guys are making a habit of nice roosterfish over the years. Stan Andre and Terry Hawk with a slugger rooster near Cerralvo Island. They got several and all were released.

John Mc Lucas from the S.F. Bay area has been fishing with us for years and loves the light tackle inshore stuff. Check out the variety he has including yellow snapper, china maru (hawkfish), cabrilla and pargo liso (mullet snapper). All great-eating fish!

Happy fella with a fish! Long-time Tailhunter Tribe member, Bill Lee with another cabrilla from up-tight in the rocks where they hang out. He loves the light tackle battles!

That’s alot of fish! Diane Deleon poses with a heck of a bull dorado she caught with our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet fishing around Espirito Santo Island.

Couple of great eating trophy fish for Terry Hawk including a big cabrilla and a yellow snapper. All highly-prized.

Early morning biter! Another dorado for San Diego, John Stone!

Another big wahoo in the boat for Laura Hernandez and Mark Buchanan from San Diego!

Right in the bay! Jeff Correia from San Diego hooked this mahi with the city still in view behind him!

 

It’s getting warmer down here.  The waters are getting bluer and the fishing is getting more consistent.  Still not great fishing, but there is some pretty good fishing to be had with some speed bumps here and there.  Still some funky water conditions around.  Still the occasional bout of wind and waves.  But, overall, the improvement every week is noticeable in conditions and consequently the fishing.
Not as many big fish this week, but some fun fishing nonetheless.
For our Tailhunter Las Arenas Fleet at Muertos Bay, it was like last week.  Not a lot of fish, but quantity was trumped by quality.  The fish we caught were generally larger and fiestier models.  Larger rooserfish were running 30-80 pounds. Wahoo are still around in the 20-50 pound class.  The dorado came in as small as 8 pounders, but some nice bulls in the 20-30 pound class as well.  A few smattering of 20-30 pound tuna as well.  Plus, mix in a few nice pargo, cabrilla, jack crevalle, bonito and even some holdover cold-water species like amberjack and sierra.
The thing is, you got a home run fish more-or-less or it was really scratchy and slow.  Few fish, but the fish were generally larger.  One boat could hit money and the boat next to it could blank.  Or with these larger fish, you get hooked, but the fish (being larger and tougher) busts off.  That’s not bad fishing.  That’s just unlucky “catching” and part of the sport.
For straight action and fun, the better fishing was with our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet.  Not as many BIG fish as Las Arenas.  But for just a day of action and getting bent, this past week the action around the islands north of town were a lot more entertaining.  In addition to great action on snapper, several species of pargo and some real fat cabrilla, toss in some occasional tuna, some big rooster fish and some 10-25 pound dorado and you have the makings of a fun day and some great fillets for the cooler.

Alot of the algae that’s lining the beach is now starting to burn off leaving behind it warmer blue waters so expectations are high for better fishing as we head towards summer.

Jonathan Roldan’s

Tailhunter International


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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of May 20-27, 2018

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A WEEK MAKES! BIG FISH CRASH!

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of May 20-27, 2018

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

WEEK AT A GLANCE

Weather– Could not have been nicer.  Sunny skies and nice breezers. First week without crazy winds.  Got hotter and more humid as the week went on.  You could definitely feel it!

Water – Getting warmer.  Find the blue water you find the fish.  About 80 degrees in some spots.  Getting bluer and clearer.  There was some big swell from the south for a day or two.

Fishing – Best fishing of the season in terms of quality fish.  Lots of BIG fish…wahoo…tuna..marlin…sailfish…dorado.  No roosterfish per se mostly because no one was chasing them!  Not much inshore pargo or cabrilla either.  They went for the bluewater species and trophy fish!   Lots of BIGGER fish lost!

Catching – Could have been better. We lost so many big fish!  But that’s why these are BIGGER fish!  They’re stronger and tougher on the anglers as well as the gear!  Great stories of fish that were lost!

Fishing got tougher later in the week as increased pressure on the fish plus a full moon seemed to lockjaw the fish.  Much better earlier in the week.

 

BIG PICTURES and THE REST OF THE STORY…

YEA! Now this is what we’re talking about! Captain Victor with Jennifer Robinette and Kenny Thompson from Utah with a great trio including tuna and to big dorado!

Wahoo family! Captain Armando with Krista, Anthony and Anthony, Jr. of the Schmidt Family and some of the great wahoo this week! The family is from Lehigh, Utah.

Two of the best amigos and two of the best anglers! Fat wahoo…look at this log! For Roger and Donna Thompson!

It’s hard to get Captain Gerardo to smile, but he’s got double tuna for Steve Ritz and Larry Chastain!

Whew! Haven’t seen dorado like this in awhile! However, Kenny Thompson hikes up this pretty bull mahi with Captain Victor with all it’s great colors!

Texas in the house! Larry Dodson with this gorgeous striper that ate a trolled Rapala and swallowed it deep so it couldn’t be released! However, the meat was donated around to La Ventana.

Taylor Murphy with a huge cabrilla and her grandma who’s no slouch either and a big time barred pargo! Check those colors!

Pretty incredible catch with this big wahoo she handled by herself…Krista Schmidt from Utah with Captain Armando and an armful of speedy ‘hoo!

Yup…there’s still some cold-water fish around! Hard to believe! But Jennifer has herself an amberjack and Kenny has the biggest sierra I’ve seen all year!

Great colors on this dorado caught by Jeff Correia from San Diego and gaff honors by Captain Joel.

1…2…3 LIFT! Roger Thompson fishing with Captain Hugo poses with a thick slugger yellowfin tuna!

 

Another big smiles from Captain Gerardo and a legit yellowfin tuna for Steve Ritz and Larry Chastain!

La Paz Bay yielded some nice dorado not too far out like this one for Tim Weaver of San Diego!

Andale Captain Hugo! Hard to believe the size of some of the wahoo this week!

Our Texas visitors really had a good week! No shortage of fish taken home to the lone star state! Tami put the hurt on this big ‘hoo.

Captain Jorge from our Tailhunter Fleet lends and assist to Anthony Schmidt posing with another big wahoo and a good dorado as well as Jordan Schmidt.

 

Oregon friends just had one day to visit us but managed to hang a nice wahoo at the end of the week when the bite was diminishing. This is Zeb and Katrina Jensen from Oregon.

On the beach at Muertos, Captain Gerardo and Steve Ritz with some of that good-eating wahoo. Doubles!

The Pantuso boys from Colorado hung this nice striped marlin. The fish could not be released but the meat was distributed.

Early morning…nothing like starting out with a big wahoo for your fishing day! Another ‘hoo in the box! Al Dodson from Texas!

 

As the week went on, fewer fish, but the tuna still hovered around.

It was all home-run hitting this week.  We had the best weather of the season and probably the best fishing of the season as well.  Honestly, there weren’t many fish caught.  And it got tougher as the week went on and more boats and fishing traffic hit the area as word got out.  But the quality of the fish was outstanding, especially early in the week.

The anglers could have caught a lot more fish if they had opted to go small and fish inshore for all the cabrilla, jacks, pargo, bonito they wanted.  However, as the week started, things blew up for our Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Tailhunter Fleet.
Nice fat 30-60 pound yellowfin tuna showed up.  Wahoo in the 20-60 pound class blew up the rods.  Dorado up to 40 pounds came crashing and even marlin and sailfish!
So, when this happened, everyone came-a-running!
It was swing-for-the-fences and hit a home run or nothing!  But, folks got their largest fish ever or their first fish ever of this quality.  Some folks got them and others didn’t.  But, everyone wanted to take a shot. Also when you fight a fish for 45 minutes to an hour and it beats you up…for some, that was all they needed. For others who hooked up and had long battles…then lose the fish…just bad luck!  That’s why these are bigger fish.  It’s not bad fishing…it’s bad catching and we lost probably half the big fish that were hooked!  Many of our anglers didn’t have that kind of experience on big fish or simple were over-powered or under-gunned in their gear!  All part of the fun!  It’s one thing to WANT a big fish and it’s completely different to actually HAVE a big fish on the line and you’re 10 minutes into the fight and realize the sun is blazing; your hands are already cramping; the line is stretched to breaking; the rod is completely doubled-over; and you’re sweating bullets!  And the fish is STILL pulling line off the reel!
That’s fishing!
As I said, some boats got into them and a boat right next to them would blank.  Next day vise versa.
But, al the fish were BIG!  And as word got out, more and more boats came out and traffic on the spots increased.  That scattered the bite and drove the fish down.  So, the bite diminished a little bit each day although there were still some scattered fish.  Also, the full moon came up with the weekend.
However, for those who got into it, they caught fish of a lifetime!

GRACIAS!

The season is ON!  And many thanks going out to our Tailhunter Tribe members who have been bringing in donations for our Tailhunter charities!  We have already distributed several hundred pounds of school supplies, clothes, shoes and other items!  You’re the best.

Thanks for Tom Ames  from Idaho (who also donated to our scholarship program) and brought a big box of kids toys and gear; The Sawaske and Forestiere families who brought school supplies and Jim and Brenda Bovee from San Diego who hauled stuff this week.  God bless you all!

Jim and Brenda Bovee from the San Diego area came in with two ice-chests full of kid’s clothes!

That’s our story and hope you had or are having a great Memorial Day Weekend! God bless all who gave…all who served…and their families!

Jonathan & Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s

Tailhunter International


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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  91942Phones:
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from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863
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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of May 13-20, 2018

CONDITIONS GRADUALLY ON UPSWING

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of May 13-20, 2018

Mexican Minute Video Report

Week at a Glance

Weather – Best weather we’ve had of the season.  Still some wind here and there and mornings are chilly and breezy, but the sun busts out later and it’s in the high 80’s most days.  Nights are comfortable.

Water – Water getting warmer but there’s still currents and some green and brown water around, but clearing up and getting better.

Fishing – Still alot of variety with warm and cold water fish still mixed up and fishing changing daily and from place to place.  Some days better than others.

Catching – Some big tuna, roosterfish and dorado lost and the pargo and cabrilla took alot of folks into the rocks!

 

THE BIG PICTURE AND REST OF THE STORY…

 

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Doctor Desmond Sjauwfoekloy from Los Angeles, is a heart specialist and literally ran out’ve surgery…jumped on a plane…fished a few days and jumped back on a plane and right back to the hospital. In the meantime, he put tuna, dorado and this slugger rooster fish in the panga fishing with Tailhunter Sportfishing in La Paz. The rooster was released.

 

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Captain Armando with a hefty 40-pound class yellowfin tuna that gave Jordan Schmidt quite a workout. Two other larger fish were lost!

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We normally don’t see quality dorado like this until a bit later in the year, but they’re already here just around the La Paz Bay. Nice pose by Blake Warren!

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Best week of the year, so far, for roosterfish. Nice fish for Josh Hobgood from San Clemente. His first rooster ever and was fishing with the Tailhunter Fleet out’ve Bahia de los Muertos using live bait. The fish was released.

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I’m not sure the yellowfin have ever left since last year! They keep popping up just off the rocks in relatively shallow water like this one here caught by Desmond.

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Peter Holland is spending several months traveling on a motorcycle from Australia and had just one day to fish! He hit it out’ve the park fishing with our La Paz fleet taking several great species including this fat yellowtail that ended up as sashime and poke at our Tailhunter Restaurant

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Not sure what our Captain Victor has in the bottle…maybe salad dressing? Or marinade? Homemade maple syrup? But Randy Choate, our Idaho amigo has himself a nice bull dorado.

 

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Western Outdoor News Editor Blake Warren from Capistrano Beach CA came down from some RNR vacation time in La Paz and got his biggest rooster fishing with the Tailhunter Fleet using a live lady fish for bait. The fish was released.

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As pretty a picture as you’ll see of a fully-lit dorado with great colors! Gorgeous fish for Desmond just off Espirito Santo Island.

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That’s a fun day of action fishing and a great expression and pose to go with it! Blake Warren has himself a mess of snapper, pargo and seabass headed home to Orange Co.

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Shakedown cruise for our amiga, Sandra Wellborn and the first fish caught on her new cruiser “The Harmony.”

Conditions are improving with every week, but we’re still getting some jags of winds and off-color water as we move into warmer conditions. However, overall, it was maybe the best weather of the season with mostly great sunny days and generally flat seas.
 It wasn’t a great week of fishing, but wasn’t bad either.  As we transition into more pelagic warm-water species, there’s a lot of variety in the water. Cooler water species like yellowtail and amberjack seem to still be lingering around and we got some up to about 20 pounds.  Other cooler-water species like pargo, snapper and cabrilla also made for some great action.
However, the presence of more species like tuna, wahoo, dorado and billfish are evident of the changing conditions.  There’s not a lot of blue water stuff yet, but we’re getting a few here and there and seemingly more with each passing week.  Also more big-time rooster fish are showing up as well in the 40-60 pound class.
The biggest issues is that fish are everywhere!  But the problem is that they are not everywhere ALL THE TIME!  Conditions can be so erratic that what’s biting one day doesn’t necessarily mean they will bite the next day.  Or, one fishing hot spot can suddenly go cold as fast as the currents change and the water colors change.  Or, a spot that’s great for pargo, will turn into a jack crevalle spot the next day or conversely one of our boats will be bent on fish while a boat a few yards away can’t get a single chew!  It’s ever-changing and changing daily and hourly!
That’s our story!
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: 
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from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863
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