Archive for the ‘golden grouper’ Category

La Paz – Las Arenas/Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Sept. 10-17, 2017



Weather – It was great until a little “rain in the forecast” suddenly turned into “Hurricane Norma” that had us all scrambling.

Water – It was good.  I’m more interested in seeing what wind and rain will do to it this week.

Fishing – For the past 3 weeks, the best tuna fishing in several seasons. Dorado strong.  Roosters still around.  Until the storm.

Catching – Limits were the rule rather than the exception. Everyone going home with coolers

Forecast – Norma petered out and moved off, but still expecting some crazy wind this week that could make it tough on fishing and some rain showers and scattered thundershowers too.  The La Paz port captain is very cautious.  We’ve already been shut down for several days under the “threat” of  a storm even though not a single drop has fallen.  He might just open the port but then shut it down again and we can’t go out.  Vamos a ver!


A sample of some of the larger tuna that showed up! Ed Breuning put the brakes on this nice yellowfin.

A good morning of work! A fat load of tuna and dorado to start the fishing trip for our first-time amigos, Stephanie and Louie Torres celebrating retirement! These folks were a hoot all week!

Whoa! Big big roostefish for Chad Gasser from Utah while fishing with Captain Victor just of the sandy point at Las Arenas. Chad’s first after a bg week of tuna and dorado. The fish was released.

Fishing with our La Paz fleet and popular Captain Boli, Lorna Gasser added to the catch with another young bull dorado!


Big smiles from Captain Jorge with John Case and some of his load of tuna from Bahia de Los Muertos!

Bryant and Mindy Buttars already had a big load of tuna and dorado from the week so their last day, they went out with Captain Armando to see how many different species they could catch. It was a successful day with jack crevalle, snapper, dorado, triggerfish, cabrilla and pargo…all on light spinning tackle too!

A good bit of mahi-mahi fillets to cut up for our good friend, John Terbu and Captain Armando fishing with our Tailhunter Las Arenas Fleet.

Dick Gasser is a funny guy! He had us cracking up all week but did himself good with nice tuna like this one to take back to Utah!

His first roosterfish, Tim Schlander, picked up this hefty gallo just off the beach at Muertos Bay. He was able to release the fish too!

The man behind the mask is Rafael Rios sharing the day with his wife Ivette and Captain Jorge posing with just a few of their yellowfin. In 4 days, he took alot of fish back to Texas.

First day start for Fred and Lisa Cruz as they pose with some of their tuna just before the storm warnings descended on us! Hopefully, we can get them out a few more times this week!

Captain Victor got Jonene Gasser onto a pretty pez gallo in the blue water just outside the sandy shore-break by the Las Arenas lighthouse. The fish was released.

Hi Trudy! Captain Moncho put her on one of the better bull dorado!

You can see how close to shore the tuna are and the boats bunched up together on the spot catching yellowfin like this double from Jesse Miller and Bob Benjamin.

We had alot of Texas amigos visit us the last week! Mica Lara from Corpus Christi puts another tuna in the boat . That’s a heck of a gaff in her hand too!

Another load of tuna headed to the fillet board for Captain Moncho with Cam Davidson and Ed Breuning visiting us for the first time.

Canadian amiga, Natalia Beauchamin, only had one day to fish with us, but got a nice batch of dorado like this one.

Another of our good Utah amigos…Brian Buchanan on the beach behind La Concha Hotel with one of his nice dorado.

It happens. And it happened again, but fortunately, not as bad as Lidia 3 weeks ago.


La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Sept. 10-17, 2017

What’s up with the weather this year? Like I saw one person say, “It’s like Mother Nature said, ‘Hold my beer I’m gonna go cause some problems!'”


Well, we got our 2nd one in 3 weeks…Or did we?  Storm Norma…the storm that tried to be a storm.


Major buzz kill.  Sitting here at my desk looking out at sunny skies and flat seas and knowing we could be out fishing today, but anticipating the appearance of Tropical Storm Norma, the port captain has shut down all fishing and diving operations.  No one allowed out.  It is supposed to arrive with strong winds Sunday night and possibly the beginning of rain.  Or will it?



The advisories are all over the place on this one.  It started as some “rain in the forecast.”  It became a tropical storm.  Then a hurricane.  Then back to a tropical storm.  Then it disappeared.  Then back up to storm proportions again.  Then, it petered out and as of right now, we’ll get some strong winds and some scattered rain over the next few days.
Lidia two weeks ago was only a tropical storm as well, but it caused more devastation and casualties than Hurricane Odile in 2014 which was the largest in Mexico history and hit us with rain and 180 mph winds.  So, the port is closed.  It’s been closed for 3 days even though it looks really calm.  There are some really strong winds outside the bay and at Las Arenas.
But, the airlines didn’t fool around this time.  They started offering re-funds and suggesting they would not be flying.  So, alot of folks canceled their vacations.  We had alot of folks here on the ground that couldn’t go fishing and others we hustled off to the airport cutting their vacations short.  Madness.  Jilly and I had phones and e-mails going pretty much 24/7 adjusting all the changes, cancelations and postponments of rooms, boats, flights, shuttles, diving and snorkeling!
There’s just no way to know about something like this.  You hope for the best but you have to prepare for the worst for everyone’s safety and err on the side of caution .   We hated to lose so many of you to cancelations, but we think you made the right call.
It’s too bad because the fishing has been super.
The “Tuna Stomp” of 2017 continued in full swing off Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay and Las Arenas lighthouse. Fish from 10-30 pounds were solidly biting most days and some of our boats were nailing limits by early morning and coming back or going to chase other species.
When  the tuna took time off, the dorado filled in the gaps plus there’s plenty of bonito keeping the rods bent in between dorado and tuna hook ups.  There were some off-moments here and there, but overall just a really consistent bite.  No wahoo to speak of or billfish, but roosters between 20 and 60 pounds provided some nice diversion from the bluewater species.
For our La Paz fleet…dorado…dorado…dorado.  Oh and some big blue marlin too!  The dorado schools were still out in force most days and it was just a matter of finding them.  Once you locked in, it could be madness for 30 minutes or an hour until you fished ’til you dropped and caught limits and released a dozen or more fish!  And then, here some “Mr. Blue” and the big marlin runs through the school and picks up a bait on 30 pound test and it wouldn’t last long, but the adrenaline buzz was fun!

Hopefully, the fishing returns quickly and by the time you’re reading this, we’re back on the water and full bendo!


Every week we send out several hundred pounds of your donations of kids and adult clothes, toys, school supplies, women’s hygiene items, shoes and so much more to the orphanage at Los Planes, the La Paz Women’s Shelter and the Vista Hermosa Care for Kids Center rotating through a different location each week.  Again, big thanks for so many of our fishermen who find a little space to stuff some much needed treasures.

Because of the storm, I’m not able to put up photos this week. The internet and phone signals have been wonky for the last few days and I can’t get the photos off my smartphone! However, I will post them in the next report!

That’s our story!

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International
TAILHUNTER RESTAURANT BAR Top 5 – Rated in La Paz on Trip Advisor
Now follow us on FACEBOOK TOO



U.S. Office: 8030 La Mesa, Suite #178, La Mesa CA  91942
Mexico Office: 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-53311
Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:

“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.”

Read Full Post »

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Sept. 3-9, 2017



Weather – Some isolated thundershowers during the week here and there.  Some cloudy days but over all sunny, warm and humid.  Mid-90’s in the day.  Mid-80’s at night

Water – Some areas still dirty green and brown after the storm with alot of debris, but overall waters recovered faster than I have ever seen it and mostly good warm blue water.

Fishing – Tuna and dorado! Some roosterfish and marlin. Plus lots of bonito, jacks, pargo and cabrilla of you want them. Some days the dorado go nuts. Next day it’s the tuna.  Dorado growing up!

Catching – A few days this week it was stupid.  Everyone done with limits by 10 a.m. Some larger tuna lost.

Weather Forecast – Hopefully no more major storms, but this is the time of year when we can have isolated or occasional thundershowers ever week.  They come and go fast.


From San Rafael CA, Corey Hughes shows off one of the nicer dorado this week. The dorado definitely got bigger with nicer legit bulls finally showing up . Corey fished before the storm…hung with us through the storm…and fished several days after the storm as well.

A good day! From Utah, Captain Armando poses with Lorna and Rich Gasser and some of their first-day catch of tuna and dorado.


He loves to fish light tackle and using 20 pound test and a fresh-water spinning rod, Randy Edge from Salt Lake City was fishing with Captain Pancho of the Tailhunter Fleet and had his hands full with this nice bull dorado just off Punta Arenas. He also battled a few other dorado as well as tuna, bonito, pargo and cabrilla.

Jeff Pfost from Arroyo Grande, CA hung this nice yellowfin tuna on the one-day they had to squeeze in for fishing and it turned out to be a nice one also catching some great dorado. Check out how flat the water is!

Big smile from our amiga, Trudy Grove, who always lights it up each year with a big fish like this nice bull dorado on the beach at Bahia Muertos!

Two of our funnest couples that visit us from Colorado, Frank and Diane Kunze with their favorite Captain Adolfo and two of their dorado from the first day fishing.

Right after the storm, I thought for sure, the fishing would be off, but Wayne and Todd Wilson jumped all over the dorado right off the bat shown here on the beach at Bahia de los Muertos.

First time fishing with us, Alex Noriega put the wood to this nice bull dorado plus a bunch of yellowfin tuna!

Boise, Idaho in the house! James Stahlman and Nariza Manning pose with Captain Adolfo and some mahi mahi fillets headed to the freezer!

More of our Utah amigos! Chad and Jonene Gasser rocked the tuna and dorado big time on one of the days when the fish came to chew early and often!

Aaron Foxworthy hasn’t fished with us in a few years so it was great to have him back visiting from the San Francisco Bay area and had a boat all to himself when the yellowfin tuna exploded just off the beach.

What a sweet lady! This is Janie Edge showing off a bigger dorado than her husband caught! LOL! She boated this beauty on light tackle and a freshwater spinning rod too! Bravo!

The tuna got a little heftier and beefier this week and they were only a few yards from shore! Todd Wilson shows off one of his YFT’s!

Pierre Soyez from France spent 10 days light tackle fishing with Tailhunter Sportfishing in La Paz and caught over a dozen different species including tuna, dorado, jack crevalle, bonito, cabrilla and this nice rooster fish just off the rocks between the Las Arenas lighthouse and Punta Perrico. The fish was released. We got several nice roosterfish this week.

They had just one day to fish, but had a good time! Randelle and Jeff Pfost from Arroyo Grande CA with Captain Gerardo got into some nice dorado and tuna!

Our La Paz Fleet continued to jump on dorado! Dane Fulkerson from San Rafael CA hung with us through the storm and fished before and after the storm spending a few days fishing with Captain Luis of our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet.

Our ever-popular Captain Joel with our Tailhunter La Paz fleet was with Gary Whitaker and had a difficult time finding the fish until late in the day when they hit a spot and everything exploded calling in the rest of our boats to join the fray!

She’s a tiny little gal with a big smile, especially when she’s catching or eating fish! Nariza Manning from Boise, Idaho with a colorful dorado and Captain Adolfo. Check out the glassy water! That’s Muertos Bay in the background and they’re only about 100 yards from the shore.

Master Sargeant Bryant Buttars with the U.S. Airforce in Utah has been talking to us about coming down for years! As part of his birthday present, he finally came down with his wife, Mindy and got to fish with Captain Armando! Using light tackle spinning rods, they got into the tuna and dorado.

Big smiles from Dave Landon and Julia Roberts who fished with us 3 days just after the storm and shown here with some of their dorado after fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz fleet.

A really funny guy! This is our buddy, Larry McNeal with some of his batch of dorado. He fished several days with both of our fleets.



A good day with Captain Gerardo! This is Alex and Maria Noriega from the San Diego area who rocked it big time getting into a big bite of tuna and dorado their first day of fishing.

Kathy Terbu from Utah has been visiting us for years and always seems to find a big fish like this nice bull dorado and posing with her favorite Captain Armando.

Look! Diane caught HALF A DORADO! Actually, it’s just wiggling too much! Diane Kunze tries to take a photo with a fresh-caught mahi!


La Paz- Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Sept. 3-10, 2017

You would think that after a major tropical storm/ hurricane Lidia that hit us last week, combined with a massive full moon, that fishing would be more than a little off.  That’s usually the case.  

Although Lidia tried hard to be a Category One Hurricane, it still dropped 20 to almost 40 inches of rain on Southern Baja and caused some wides-spread devastation, especially in the Cabo San Lucas area just to the south of us.  Usually, after something like that waters are turned over and dirty.  Lots of junk in the water which is often cooler than normal. There’s a lot of run-off from all the dirt that comes cascading down out’ve the arroyos.   Fishing can get really good, but it takes awhile to settle down.
Then, throw a huge full moon into the mix and I could almost hear the groans as folks filtered into town…happy the storm had passed and hoping for the best, but anticipating the worst.  As one angler said, “I figured fishing would be crappy and we’d be spending alot of time drinking beer and sitting by the pool drowning our fishing sorrows!”
Well, that wasn’t the case!
Fishing re-bounded pretty fast!  In fact, it was almost immediate.  Not as crazy wide-open as before the storm, but there was no shortage of action and some high spots that were as explosive as any we’ve seen all season as both dorado and tuna helped bend rods and keep folks smiling.


North of town from La Paz, the dorado kept on like the tropical storm had only been a little bump.  Not only is there sargasso weed floating out there, but now there’s all kinds of floating debris lining up in the current lines holding dorado and billfish plus some tuna!
It took a little longer for the waters to clear, but some of the best dorado fishing this past week was actually in the colder-dirtier water!  Go figure.
The big trick was finding the right spot.  Once you found it, you could load up the rods and fish boxes with one-stop shopping and wild dorado action of fish between 5 and 20 pounds.  Most of the dinks were getting tossed back because you could hit a spot and it would be a baby nursery of dinks.  Or, all the firecracker fish would jump your baits and not give the big boys time to get in on the feed!  But, a good problem to have with great action.


I was really worried about this area so soon after such a big storm.  However, literally the first day after the storm, we got into the dorado and tuna.  There were not as many or such a wild bite as before the storm, but numbers seemed to be replaced by a better quality of fish!
The dorado seemed to have gotten pumped up during the few days of the storm and came back bigger with more nice 15-25 pound bulls that were legit tackle busters.  Plus, the tuna added a few pounds as well so that we had better and scrappier 10-20 pound slugs!
There were even a few days in there when the fish just went rampant, especially the tuna and the anglers were slamming limits by 9 or 10 a.m. and out searching for other species after that!
One of our anglers told me, “It was incredible.  Within seconds of tossing out our first lines, we were hit.  For the next hour it was double and triple hook ups of yellowfin tuna.  We put 10 in the boat and probably lost and released another 10.  Add in another 10 big bonito and were were dog-tired!  Then, the captain said, ‘Let’s find some dorado now.’ So we caught 4 dorado and told him, we were done and let’s go back to the beach and drink a beer!  That was 10:30 a.m.!”
Some days, it was more tuna.  Some days more dorado.  Some days it was about a 50/50 mix.  Some days were better than others, but overall surprisingly steady biters!


That was quite a little storm we had a week ago which caused closure of flights and airports and some fairly significant damage to some areas, especially around Cabo.  When you get more than 3 feet of rain in about 30 hours, that’s an issue!  We all had alot of road closures, mudslides, rockslides  and flood damage and at one point it was taking 6-8 hours to go the 100 miles from La Paz to the Cabo Airport.
There’s still alot of highway repair going on, but all major roads are open and any washed out areas have detours now.


Thanks going out to so many of our Tailhunter Tribe who brought stuff for the womens’ shelter, the orphanage and the Vista Hermosa Neighborhood…and all of you who bring stuff to us every week . I’m sorry I don’t have photos of everyone, but your generosity brings more smiles than you can ever imagine.

Gary Whitaker and Larry McNeal with school suppies and hygiene items plus adult and kids clothes

Good Tailhunter friends from Utah for many years, Brian Buchanan, Trudy Grove and Kathy and John Terbu with lots of school supplies! John’s beer is not for them!

Jon and Kimo Jennings brought clothes, bags, school supplies and a whole case of notebooks!

Kirt Schlander, Bob Benjamin, Jesse Miler and Tim Schlander had a couple coolers of great stuff.

That’s our story!
Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International
TAILHUNTER RESTAURANT BAR Top 5 – Rated in La Paz on Trip Advisor
Now follow us on FACEBOOK TOO

U.S. Office: 8030 La Mesa, Suite #178, La Mesa CA  91942
Mexico Office: 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-53311
Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:

“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.”

Read Full Post »

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Aug. 26-Sept. 3, 2017



Weather – Started great.  Ended with almost a hurricane as Tropical Storm “LIDIA” spanked us and created some problems, but she left and things seem to be recovering quickly.  Note that there’s some possible afternoon and evening thundershowers this coming week.  Pretty typical.  Should not be an issue with fishing.  We’re done by then for the day.

Water –  Was great but got pretty turned over by the storm’s strong winds and rain.  But I’m surprised how it really laid down flat immediately after and how it seems to be cleaning up much faster than expected.

Fishing – We had some of the best fishing of the season going before the storm hit.  WFO on tuna and dorado for both of our Tailhunter Fleets

Catching – Anglers were loading up by 8, 9, 10 a.m. in the morning and releasing fish after that!  Loaded up and plugged fast returning to shore early!

Fish – Variety!  Tuna. Dorado. Roosterfish. Bonito. Cabrilla. Pargo.  Jacks!


Corey Hughes, first time with us at Tailhunters, visits from San Rafael CA and got in on the tuna bite at Las Arenas before the storm hit. Skies were already starting to turn as you can see from the photo.

We had such a great time with Larry Morse and his cousin Daryl Boyd from Orange Co, CA who fished 5 days and crushed the fish every day. Regretfully, they got stuck for 3 extra days when the storm hit.

Danny Hypse and his family, daughter Sara and wife, Susie! Drove the Baja to come see us and always awesome to spend time with. They plugged the boat early with tuna and dorado fishing out’ve Bahia Muertos.

Happy fella! Firefighter, Jordan Boyd all the way from Ohio got his first roosterfish and the smiles to prove it. The fish was released.

Good start for Dean Alvarez who caught a limit of dorado and realeased most then added a few tuna for some variety! This was his first day.

Pierre Soyez..from France. Just a pretty pretty fish and picture. Captain Victor in the back. Frameable!

He said it was the best fishing of his life…5 days of action for Larry Morse who limited almost every day.

Carolyn Cain has visited us several times, but never got a dorado…until this week! One of her dorado fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz fleet. Congrats, amiga!

Arnaud Pasquet our new best buddy from Montreal, Canada, and the producer of the TV fishing show “Chasing Monsters” holds on of the La Paz dorado that’ve provided so much action the last few weeks. Arnaud rocked it for 10 days with us.

Coming from Harvey in Texas to Lidia in La Paz, Mariana Bramblett, still got in some good fishing before the storm hit. On her first day out’ve Las Arenas, she got limits of yellowfin like this (how does she stay so clean?) then on the 2nd day limits of dorado before the storm arrived.

The right kind! Captain Adolfo and Jordan Boyd with two of their yellowfin tuna.

Shelby Cain came to visit from New Jersey and had never done this kind of fishing before but got into the surprising bite of yellowfin tuna out’ve La Paz north of the city.

YES! First roosterfish catch-and-release for Arnaud! Big thick fish!

Love this guy! Danny Hypse representing for us and he spent alot of time trying to get the pose “just right” trying to hold two La Paz yellowfin tuna out to get the great shot f our t-shirt.

Plugged! Captain Jorge is flanked by Dane Fulkerson and Corey Hughes from San Rafael CA with 4 of their yellowfin tuna. The guys loaded the boat with limits of tuna and dorado that day.


More yellowfin tuna for Ralph Jackson and Bill Lingo from Texas! They had two solid days of fishing with us before spending a few days on the East Cape.

Father-and-son, Mike and Derek Scannell could not have put one more fillet in their ice chests after 3 days of fishing with both of our Tailhunter fleets coming back each day with limits of tuna and dorado.

Rusty Cain on the right fishes with us every year and sometimes several times a year and this time brought brother, Mike, for his first trip with us and Captain Armando. They got some fat tuna plus dorado each day.

Hard to believe we got tuna like this with Susie Waters with our La Paz fleet, but she got these out’ve schools of boiling fish which is really unusual to see tuna north of the city! But no one complaining!!! Great fun.

A good start! Texas John Bramblett started his two days fishing by jumping into the tuna bite off the Las Arenas lighthouse.

Glen and Jordan Boyd…father and son…nothing wrong with this photo! They had 5 full days of full ice chests!

Most folks try to STAY in the BOAT! Our great amigo, Arnaud Pasquet, was casting by standing on the stern of the panga off Espirito Santo Island and when the lure went out…so did he!!! Makes for great story telling and he’s a gamer and a good sport!

On the knife jig…nothing like the jolt from a fish that comes out’ve the rocks and rips into your lure! Nice cabrilla for Pierre Soyez!

The path of Tropical Storm Lidia was far reaching. It was almost 200 miles wide with some winds over 100 mph.

No fishing today! Normally calm Bahia de los Muertos / Suenos Bay was a tad choppy during the storm.

Storm video I took behind La Concha Beach Resort just about an hour before the bulk of the storm hit us.



La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Aug. 27-Sept. 3, 2017

Talk about a “buzz kill.”  We had the best fishing of the season going until Tropical Storm Lidia showed up and crashed the fishing party almost turning into a Cat. 1 hurricane, but causing flooding, bringing rains and high winds and basically shutting everything down!

It started with a blip on the weather radar but by the end of the week ports were closing; boats were getting pulled in; folks were taping up windows and grocery stores were getting runs on water and batteries bracing for the hit.
When it did hit, Cabo and La Paz got hammered pretty hard.  Cabo, moreso as it got punched right in the nose.
Fortunately, it did not turn into a hurricane, but winds up to almost 100 mph and torrential rains played havoc on neighborhoods, roads, houses and businesses.  Airport closed and flights were canceled stranding many visitors.
Darnit!  We had an incredible tuna bite of 10-25 pound slugger fish just off the lighthouse at Las Arenas.  Our anglers were lighting it up and getting totally plugged with limits of tuna by 9 or 10 a.m. in some cases.  Then, they’d go for dorado and slam mahi-mahi for more limits!  It was crazy fishing.  It’s the best tuna bite I’ve seen all year and maybe in several seasons.  Everyone looked like a “pro” out there!  Add in some bonito, cabrilla, jacks and we had a lot of tired arms and big smiles!
As in the previous few weeks, the great dorado bite continued north of the city.  Not a lot of big fish, but lots of fun 10-20 pounders have kept everyone bent and smiling.
However, several days before the storm hit, we got schools of yellowfin tuna boiling!  This was pretty unbelievable.  Normally, we’ll get a tuna here or there from our La Paz fleet during the season.  But this was entire schools of jumping boiling feeding fish and our boats would do just the opposite of our Las Arenas fleet.  They’d be all over the dorado schools then suddenly be surrounded by tuna!
Best fishing we’ve seen in ages!
Until it wasn’t!
Normally, after a storm, we expect high winds on the backside as the storms leave.  It’s often so strong to make it unfishable!  However, surprise…wow…not much more than a breeze and flat flat seas!  On top of it, the waters are usually muddy and dirty from all the runoff.  It looks like coffee with cream in it or it’s just dirty cloudy green.  However, I’m amazed at how fast the waters are clearing up!  So maybe things will turn back on again soon!


Just as I’m finishing this report, our pangas for Sunday are coming back!
La Paz – limits of dorado!
Las Arenas – limits of dorado plus some yellowfin tuna!!!
That’s our story!

Jonathan and Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International
TAILHUNTER RESTAURANT BAR Top 5 – Rated in La Paz on Trip Advisor
Now follow us on FACEBOOK TOO

U.S. Office: 8030 La Mesa, Suite #178, La Mesa CA  91942
Mexico Office: 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-53311
Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:

“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.”


Read Full Post »

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Aug. 20-27, 2017



FISHING – Very good!  Both fleets scoring fish.  Best of season.  Tuna at Las Arenas.  Dorado for La Paz

CATCHING –  Pretty good!  Guys still losing alot of fish, but there were alot of fish to catch so you lose one…catch the next one!

RELEASING – All roosterfish and lots of smaller dorado released!  Yay!

WEATHER  – Been a great week.  Daytime mid to high 90’s.  Night in the low 80’s.  Humidity manageable.

WATER – Blue and warm.  Just like the photos!

THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO Hmmmm : Might get some thundershowers and rain later this week.  Buzz kill.



Captain Victor from the Tailhunter Fleet with Pierre Soyez from France and Arnaud Pasquet from Montreal Canada. Arnaud is the producer of the reality TV fishing show, “Chasing Monsters.” Shown here with some of their tuna and dorado caught off Las Arenas. Over 8 days of fishing the pair caught almost 20 different varieties of fish including dorado, tuna, rooster fish, cabrilla, cargo and others all on light tackle.  Fun fun guys!

Daryl Boyd is a little camera shy? Buddy Larry Morse not so much! A good start to their trip with handfuls of dorado and tuna!

In 3 days, Jeff and Marianne Sakuda fishing with Captain Jorge of the Tailhunter Fleet caught numerous dorado out’ve Muertos Bay as well as tuna up to 35 pounds. They fish 2-3 times a year with Tailhunter for over 15 years. This is their 2nd trip this year. They live in Cypress CA

Two of our favorite guys that everyone knows here in La Paz, Jorge Romero took a day off from driving our shuttle vans to get out on the water and get in on the bite with Captain Moncho and coming back with a rack full of yellowfin tuna and dorado!

Captain Pancho with Mark Aizawa from the Bay Area with a couple of nice yellowfin and dorado headed to the ice chest.

Derek Scannell and dad, Mike, both Orange Co. firefighters had 9 yellowfin and 3 dorado to kick off their fishing trip!

Nicholas Madrigal from S. California on his first fishing trip ever was with Captain Armando of the Tailhunter Fleet and got tuna between 10 and 40 pounds plus a load of dorado all on light tackle and with a broken finger too.

Glen and son Jordan Boyd posing with one of the larger tuna of the week, but they also got a cooler fool of other tuna as well.

Captain Gerardo poses with Eddie and Johnny Sakuda with some double-fists of dorado plus a rainbow runner.

One of a couple of wahoo we got this week and showing it off on the beach at Muertos our guy, Jorge Romero!

Light tackle jig maestro, Arnaud Pasquet, producer of the TV show “Chasing Monsters” spent 9 days fishing with us and got numerous species.

This is just pure fun! Bonito on the flyrod for Mark Aizawa.

I inadertently forgot to post this great photo of a color Chris Sette and his son, Brian with just not enough hands for their dorado and tuna!

Jorge Romero and brother Esteban Romero told me they drank 3 cases of beer while fishing and lost “mucho atun” but still managed to have a great time and caught 9 football yellowfin.

Lots of you know Benny Munoz! He works at Tailhunter International and helps me process fish every afternoon. This is almost 400 pounds of tuna and dorado fillets we spent 4 hours vacuum sealing and labeling FROM JUST ONE DAY FISHING and now headed into the freezers! That doesn’t include all the fish that were lost…released…and got set aside for dinner that night at our Tailhunter Restaurant for us to cook up!


La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Aug. 20-27, 2017

If I wanted, this could be the shortest report from La Paz in a long time.  One sentence:  “We got fish!”

I almost don’t want to get too excited because this is the kind of fishing like it should be.  Like the way it used to be before El Nino.  Like the way it looks in all the videos and magazines.  This is what folks come for and we’ve been waiting for for almost 3 season.  But, clearly, this is the best fishing we’ve seen in a long time and we can only hope it stays.
We have one pair of light tackle anglers this week fishing 9 days and in that time have caught almost 20 different species of fish!  It’s been that kind of week.
Nature being fickle, who knows?  For now, we’re sure enjoying the hot bite!  We’re keeping an eye on the weather because this coming week there’s predictions for some thunderstorms and strong winds!  Fingers crossed.


Tuna! Tuna! Tuna!  It started almost two weeks ago and has only gotten steadier.  The key is finally finding some sardines for live bait.  Not a lot, but surely more than we’ve seen in ages an sure enough, the tuna came up from the trench.
It’s a nice mix of fish.  As small as 5-8 pounds but as large as 40-50 pounds as well.  Most of our pangas were getting limits to near limits of footballs in the 10-20 pound class.  Perfect for live bait fishing and having fun, especially for a lot of families and first timers that don’t have a lot of experience but great for more experience anglers that want to fish light tackle or jigs.  Plus, the fish are pretty close to shore in flat blue water which just adds to a great day!
On top of it, we’ve got a nice mix of 10-25 pound dorado; some rainbow runners; rooster fish up to 60 pounds plus lots of bonito for action and throw in a few cabrilla, pargo, triggerfish and the occasional wahoo and it makes for a fun time on the water and a lot of variety.

Tailhunter La Paz Fleet

Our La Paz fleet has been rocking now for about 3 weeks. Dorado are scattered in groups across the bay and from Espirito Santo Island to Cerralvo Island.  Limits or near limits of 10-30 pound fish have been common with some boats hitting the “honey hole” and catching and releasing enough fish to be back to the hotels by noon.  Just good fun fishing!
As well, there’s been big blue marlin cruising in and out’ve the dorado schools also feeding on the smaller dorado which are raising a lot of interest but lots of other sealife as well to see including whales, dolphin, sea turtles and manta rays.


Good guys…big hearts!…Mike Scannell, Larry Morse, Jordan Boyd, Daryl Boyd, Glen Boyd and Derek Boyd brought down several ice chest full of school supplies, clothes, backpacks, toys and clothes for our Tailhunter community outreach program.

 Thanks for all our Tailhunter Tribe who brought down stuff the last two week for our Outreach Program.  Several hundred pounds arrived and will be distributed.  Last week’s donations went to the Care for Kids Program in one of the outlying disadvantaged areas as well as the Women’s Shelter.
That’s our story!
combo signature 2-proc
Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International
TAILHUNTER RESTAURANT BAR Top 5 – Rated in La Paz on Trip Advisor
Now follow us on FACEBOOK TOO



U.S. Office: 8030 La Mesa, Suite #178, La Mesa CA  91942
Mexico Office: 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-53311
Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:

“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.”

Read Full Post »

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of July 30-Aug. 6, 2017



Weather –  Hot sunny and humid. Daytime highs 104.  Nites 89.  Some afternoon quick tropical showers

Water – Blue and 83 degrees on the surface

Fishing –   (Las Arenas) – Slow and sticky like the heat.  Good variety but tough fishing . (La Paz) . Best fishing of the year…maybe in several years for dorado!



Whoa!!! That’s an armful of big dog-tooth snapper for our good amigo, Wil Dolinar from Wyoming!

First timer friends from Utah with Taihunters, Curtiss and Jeri Frost, got into the big dorado bite and started their week with a pair of nice bull dorado.

Steve Holguin sporting his famous Dodger hat every year back with his favorite Captain Jorge and a paid of nice yellowfin tuna from Las Arenas for his first of 3 days fishing.

Darrell Manginelli lives on the Ventura CA area and has already made two trips to fish with us this year! He’s posing here with one of the larger bull dorado caught this week with our Las Arenas fleet.

He didn’t get many fish this year, but he got some of the biggest! Our light-line specialist amigo from Rock Springs, Wyoming, Sherm McDonnell and his favorite Captain Armando looks pretty worn from tangling with this big barred pargo. But, we tease Sherm every year for fishing with 17 pound test…but to his credit he always well!

Big smile for Jonathan Alegria and one of a number of his dorado to start his fishing week with us.  Jon lives up in Santa Barbara CA.

I love this photo of Captain Pancho all smiles with Stacy Dolinar from Wyoming and her first of several roosterfish for the week she caught and released. Note how close to shore these fish are caught!

Visiting us for the first time, Ryan Vorisek from Upland CA had quite a week topped off by this massive dog-tooth snapper he caught while fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz fleet and Captain Gerardo!

All the way from Jamaica, Nicholas Chen was able to get a rooster with us mid-week while fishing with his dad, James, who’s in the IGFA books!

Happy guy with another dorado, Matt Alegria from San Diego CA hangs another dorado with our La Paz fleet. He and his family donated all their catch to charity.

Wil Dolinar from Rock Springs, Wyoming finally got his big roosterfish on the last day and the last hour when he hooked and released this big guy fishing with Captain Pancho then suddenly the other rods went off and he got several dorado! Great way to wind up the week of fishing.

These two love to fish! Trevor Akiyoshi and Ryan Vorisek hold up a few of the dorado and big bonito they hung fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz fleet.

These two love to fish the light tackle and know what to do with it as they Sherman and Shelly McDonell show off a couple of their dorado after they limited on one of their days fishing with our La Paz fleet. Over the many years they have fished with us, they always manage some great catches!

Some new Tailhunter amigos from Colorado, Kent Williamson and son Brian found a few of the yellowfin tuna the day they fished with our Las Arenas Fleet and racked up some great dorado with our La Paz fleet over 3 days.

From San Diego area, Francis and Gina de Paolo had only time for one day of fishing and fortunately, we got them into some pretty nice dorado fishing with our Tailhunter La Paz fleet. Always good to make new fishing friends as this was their first time down.

Double pargo for Mike Akiyoshi and Ryan Vorisak on the beach at Muertos! Great eating fish!

Madi and her dad, Jim Denver, had only 1 day to fish and I just happened to have one of our pangas available at the last minute but hammered some great dorado. Especially good because it was Madi’s first time fishing in La Paz!

Such a fun lady! Sharon Alegria from Altadena CA could not have been more excited or thrilled with every fish she caught. It was her first time with us and we sure hope to have her and her smile back with us soon!

Captain Jorge and soon-to-be attorney Marco Holguin in his last year of law school in New York comes to visit us every year with his dad and poses for the camera with some of the larger Las Arenas dorado!

Always great to have first-timers with us! Captain Joel and Madi Denver show off a couple of their La Paz bull dorado after a full-day of great fishing.

Her 2nd roosterfish of the week! It’s Stacy Dolinar with Captain Pancho again right off the rocks south of Bahia de los Muertos! The fish was released too!

From Pasadena CA, Chris Alegria looks a bit serious after racking another dorado, but he and his brothers were great fun to have visit us this week and got into the wild dorado.


This “pirate” has been coming to visit us for years and can get a whole van load of guys laughing. It’s Vic Gildelmontes with his hands full of dorado!



La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos / Suenos Fishing Report for Week of July 31-Aug. 6, 2017

We had some crazy fishing this last week.  Actually, some of the best we’ve had in years if you were looking for dorado.  I knew it had to happen eventually.  All the signs were there.  The water…the temps…the sargasso weeds…the bait…

AND BOOM!  It went off this week.  As one of our fishermen said…
“It was dorado fishing like back in the old days!”
But first…
Let’s go with the bad news.  Or slower news.
Our Las Arenas Fleet had some really picky fishing.  It just flip flops from week-to-week.  This past week must have been Las Arenas’ turn to go slack.  The clients and our captains really worked hard to get the bites.  Everything looked good.  The fish just weren’t biting that well.  There were a few dorado here and there.  A few rooster fish, but not many…but that could have been because everyone was chasing other species.  We had a few marlin on and got a few more of those huge big cubera (dog-tooth) snapper.  Add in some stray jack crevalle, bonito, pargo and a tuna here-and-there and that was it.
At best it was OK.  At worst, it was dismal.  And there was surely some variety, but it was hit or miss with a lot of misses!
That’s why it’s good we have two fleets and lots of our clients decided to switch over to fish with our La Paz fleet…
I’ll let comments from our anglers tell the story…
“I’ve not seen dorado biting like this for years!  It was wide open!”
“We started with one and before you know it there were dozens of dorado around us and we couldn’t get a rod out fast enough!”
“We had no less than 3 fish hooked at the same time!”
“For an hour, it was pandemonium and we were too tired after that and went back to have lunch!” 
“Everywhere you looked there were dorado and all of them seemed to be hungry!”
“It was just like a fishing video!  My wife kept screaming and we had to keep reminding her to turn the handle of the reel.  She was laughing too much!”
“We released or lost more than half our fish the first day and still had enough to fill the cooler…and then I remembered we had two more days of fishing!” 
Yes…it was that kind of a bite for many of our anglers and many days this week.  There were a few bumps here-and-there, but for the most part it was the kind of wild dorado bite we’ve been waiting to happen.  It really was like “back in the old days!”  We probably have not seen this kind of bite in about 3 years and surely, it was our best week of the year in terms of quantity and quality.
These were all legit 10-20 pound fish too!  The last few years, a 5-pound dorado was typical.  This week, they were all healthy strong young mahi-mahi and tore up almost anything tossed in the water. We honestly did have boats back early on several occasions in time to eat lunch back at the hotels.
I don’t know if this will keep up.  I hope so.  We’ve been waiting a long time for this to come back!


Our three amigos from Oregon who visit us each year Dennis McLeod, Roger Hall and Wes Perkins brought several ice chest full of kids clothes, shoes, school supplies and other donations that will go so far down here!


Many thanks for all our Tailhunter amigos who brought donations down this week for our Tailhunter Outreach Program.  I’m sorry I didn’t get photos of everyone, but big shout out to Wally and Jeff Lee from San Francisco, The Williamson guys from Colorado, the Alegria family from So. Cal and also to the Dolinar Family and Sherm and Shelley McDonnell from Wyoming who each donated $300 to our FANLAP scholarship that takes care of one child each for an entire school year . Taihunter Tribe members are the best!
That’s our story!
 Jonathan and Jilly
Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International
TAILHUNTER RESTAURANT BAR Top 5 – Rated in La Paz on Trip Advisor
Now follow us on FACEBOOK TOO

U.S. Office: 8030 La Mesa, Suite #178, La Mesa CA  91942
Mexico Office: 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-53311
Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:

“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.”

Read Full Post »

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of July 23-30, 2017



Weather – mid to high 90s / mid week showers/ high humidity

Water – low 80’s and mostly blue

Winds – Breezy at times

Fishing – Mostly slow for Las Arenas/ Hot and cold for La Paz changing all the time

Catching – Still loosing too many good fish after working hard to find them

Behind the bandana is a happy James Murphy from Salt Lake City who really wanted a big rooster and finally got one on his last day with Captain Jorge right off the sand near Punta Arenas

Our long-time amigo, Dick Winslow from Elk Grove CA , got this huge dog-tooth snapper with Captain Pancho while trolling for roosterfish in the shallow waters. It’s been a great week or two for these trophy fish!

Utah in the house with Dan Galli and Captain Jorge and a great colorful rooster mid-week when rain clouds threatened, but fortunately, the roosters bit! The fish was released strong!

One of the nicer bull dorado of the week with Phil Emard and Captain Joel taken from the far west side of La Paz Bay near San Juan de la Costa.

Dwayne Griffith only had one day to fish coming all the way from Texas but got his first dorado just outside of Bahia de los Muertos.

The Midwest was well-represented this week! From Iowa and visiting for the first time, Roger Damon with Captain Archangel started his week with a fistful of dorado and tuna at Las Arenas.

Oklahoma Cary Joy Hans is dwarfed by the size of Captain Gerardo and the size of her big roosterfish. This was her first time and she said “fishing is the most fun I’ve ever had outdoors!” The big fish was released.

James Murphy and Dan Galli jumped into a nice school of dorado and plugged the boat with some nice fish like these two!

Captain Rogelio with big smiles and another dorado for Cary Joy.

Everytime Greg Miller comes down he has a knack for the roosterfish! This trip was no exception. Fish was released.

If you just have one day to fish and you come all the way from Texas, catching a big roosterfish is a good way to go especially if it’s your first time! Doug is from Rose, TX and was able to release the big fish taken just off the Punta Perrico rocks.

Nancy Enright had two really good day on the dorado with Captain Rogelio. She’s from the San Diego area and poses with one of their bigger bull dorado.

It’s just a great photo! James Murphy and another big rooster!

Yes, some football tuna have shown up! Lynn Schumacher with one of hers on the beach at Muertos.

Check out the flat waters! Johnny Lucero got limits of dorado including this one north of El Sargento/ La Ventana areas.

On the gaff! Another dorado aboard for Dan Galli!

Great meat! A big barred pargo on the beach and headed for the coolers taken by Greg Miller from Oklahoma.


La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of July 23-30, 2017

Another week of surprises in the fishing and weather as every day seemed to bring new conditions; different fishing; and a changing bite that could be described as anything from terrible to good.  It all depended on where you fish; what day you fish; what you were fishing for and which panga you were fishing in..and who you talked to.  It ran the gamut and there was no way to pinpoint or determine how fishing was going to be.


Our Tailhunter Fleet had limited success at best, but mostly it was hard fishing and erratic catches when and if fish could be found.  Water was still cooler than normal and there were two days of winds and even some rain from the south that didn’t help matters resulting in a mixed bag of fish leaving anglers trying just about anything to get the fish to bite.
Mostly, it was hit-or-miss.  Wahoo were seen, but didn’t bite.  A few yellowfin tuna and dorado popped up as well as some jack crevalle and some hard hits on those big dog-toothed snapper.  And that was about as exciting as it got.  Some boats got blanked.  We did have a few marlin hooked up, but nothing stuck.
The most consistent biter as it has been all season, were the big rooster fish which created the most excitement.  The smaller ones were respectable 25-30 pounders.  The larger ones went up to 6o-70 pounds and were all found in those shallow waters between Punta Perrico and the Punta Arenas lighthouse. Some days, every boat we sent that wanted roosters got at least one of the big boys.  All on live bait.


Our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet had better results but even then, nothing that could be counted on.  Here’s where luck really came to play.
Our boats ranged all over the bay and beyond looking for fish.  Some days nothing seemed to be in the water. Other days, if you hit the right spot, it was game over.  The fish were hitting everything in the water.
But here’s the rub.  Sometimes, you’d find the spot and fish were everywhere.  But they wouldn’t eat anything.  Guys were throwing everything but their lunch burritos at the fish and they weren’t interested and were lockjaw.  Other times, one boat would be bendo with every rod going off and the boat right next to it couldn’t get a bite.  Or, they’d hit a spot and nothing but little firecracker dorado.  All you could do was go fish and the day would bring it’s own surprises.
There were a lot of fish lost.  There were a lot of smaller dorado thrown back.  Those that were taken were nicer 5-25 pounders.


The Alegria Family and Akiyoshi Family pose with Jilly and two cases full of school supplies!

From Arizona, Bob Swank poses with some much needed school supplies headed to the orphange and he and Brian Levan brought down to us. School starts in about a month.

Big shout out to all of our Tailhunter amigos who continue to bring school supplies, clothes, toys, shoes and medical goods for us to distribute to the orphanages, outlying neighborhoods and La Paz women’s shelter.  Above are just a few photos of some of our friends.  Many thanks to them and our other Tailhunter tribe that I was not able to photo and properly thank . You are all appreciated more than you know.  So far this year, we’ve collected and distributed  several hundred pounds of goods!

That’s our story!

Jonathan and Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International
TAILHUNTER RESTAURANT BAR Top 5 – Rated in La Paz on Trip Advisor
Now follow us on FACEBOOK TOO



U.S. Office: 8030 La Mesa, Suite #178, La Mesa CA  91942
Mexico Office: 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-53311
Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:

“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.”

Read Full Post »

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of July 16-23, 2017


WEEK AT A GLANCE (1-10 being best) 

Weather – 8 (sunny and hot)

Fishing – 3 (Las Arenas) 5 (La Paz

Catching – 4 (lost alot of fish)

Fish Quantity – 4 (half-limits at best)

Fish Quality – 6 (some BIG fish this week!)


That’s a BIG “goldfish!” Doug McInnis was slow trolling a big ladyfish for roosters when this huge dog-tooth snapper (pargo perro / cubera snapper) came up and chomped it. He only had 40-pound test on and says the line came up incredibly frayed from the rocks! These are difficult catches! Captain Armando is rightfully beaming! They also hooked a rooster and about a big black marlin that got away.

Then…look what Doug McInnis and John Eddy did the 2nd day! They followed up one day of big pargo with MORE big pargo plus a dorado as well again with Captain Armando!

Bob LeBrun is all smiles under that hat with his first and largest roosterfish that he fought on light line for about 45 minutes in a tough battle. The fish bit a ladyfish early in the morning just off the Las Arenas lighthouse with Captain Gerardo.  Good release on the fish too!

You just never know! Our buddy, Gama Flores from Desert Hot Springs CA was trolling in deep water for wahoo with Captain Pancho and both times got slammed by these huge dog-tooth snapper in deep water!

Dennis O’Brien from the San Diego area, caught and released his first roosterfish of about 40 pounds and topped it with some dorado to take home also!

She always does great! Check out Alicias Clegg’s huge jack crevalle! These are tough fish and the Mexican name for them is “toro” (bull) for just that reason!

Accomplished fisherman Al “El Al” Schneider from Orange CA has fished our area for many years but got his personal best roosterfish this week right off the sand near Punta Arenas. The fish was released.

Shelly Donnell has been a friend of ours for almost 20 years and brought his sister down this time. Fishing with Captain Joel, they got a nice mess of dorado fishing north of La Paz. Shelly and Gaby are from Portland OR area.

Big smiles and another dorado for Steve Harvey from the San Diego area. If you found the right spot, the dorado could be thick at times!

Nothing wrong with this big roosterfish and Bennett Clegg who had a banner day with a number of big roosters caught and released.

Some folks turn their noses up at triggerfish forgetting how tough they fight and how tasty they can be plus can provide lots of action. Andrew Harvey is holding a really big one here!


La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of July 16-23, 2017

Great weather but a mixed bag of fishing this past week.  The key was finding the warm water.  Some patches of cold water moved in from the south so some of our more southern fishing spots like around Las Arenas were extremely picky but if you found the blue water areas more to the north, there were fish to be found.


The bite was really stick.  Some might call it stink. Waters came from south and down deep bringing colder off-color water into the area and while there were some interesting fish caught, it was truly picky fishing at best.  There were some scattered dorado.  A few marlin hooked…most lost; an occasional wahoo; and some nice roosters and big pargo (best dog-tooth fishing I have ever seen!), but even those required some real work and luck to find.  Overall, just not real great fishing. Fortunately, having the two fleets we moved folks over to fish with our La Paz Fleet where most found some better action.


Dorado fishing held most of the interest for the week.  But, it varied from place-to-place and literally from boat-to-boat.  Five boats could be in a single area and two of those boats could be going crazy on the dorado.  A third boat would get maybe 2 fish.  The other two boats wouldn’t even get a bite but be only yards away from the others.
The next day, the boats that caught nothing would be the new superstar boats.  Just no way to figure.
Likewise, areas that looked so promising with lots of sargasso and good currents wouldn’t produce anything while areas that looked like the desert without a sign of fish would suddenly explode with fish!
One note of importance.  Lots of opportunities being lost by folks using our live bait.  The live bait is big.  Folks get a little impatient and not letting these dorado get the baits down into their moths and pulling the baits too soon.  A little patience goes a long way.  Let these dorado eat!
Another note, we could be into some typical seasonal afternoon showers this week with some predictions of afternoon rains.  Just that time of year!  Feeling very tropical down here.
That’s our story!

Jonathan and Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter International
TAILHUNTER RESTAURANT BAR Top 5 – Rated in La Paz on Trip Advisor
Now follow us on FACEBOOK TOO



U.S. Office: 8030 La Mesa, Suite #178, La Mesa CA  91942
Mexico Office: 755 Paseo Obregon, La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-53311
Tailhunter Weekly Fishing Report:

“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.”

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »