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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Nov. 18-25, 2021

HIT or MISS FISHING HEADING TO HOLIDAY SEASON

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Nov. 18-25, 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO FISHING REPORT

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

 

Jason and Gina MIller visiting us for the first time got in one day of fishing and found a few dorado willing to bite! They’re from Shiner TX.

Tracy Patek and Captain Armando have a dorado and some nice smiles on the beach!

NIck Jordan admires a double-handful or La Paz dorado!

Honestly, not alot going on for fishing this past week. Most of the focus was on the huge Baja 1000 off-road race that hit town for the first time in several years. Town was packed with teams, fans, international travelers and lots and lots of off-road vehicles of every description. Good luck finding hotel rooms, restaurants seats and even parking spaces were at a premium. By all accounts, it was a huge success for the event and for the economy of La Paz still recovering from the last 2 years.

As for fishing, there were a few here and there. Weather was mostly sunny, but some days were quite windy and rough so just-as-well that we didn’t have many folks on the water.

Most of our anglers were just one-time folks looking for a singular day on the water. Some were related to the race teams or fans. Most were folks in town for one-reason-or-another. It’s off-season right now and, unlike our regular season when we’re packed with fishermen, most folks aren’t in town for fishing as their primary reason.

So, it was somewhat hit-or-miss on the fishing.

When there aren’t many folks on the water, it’s hard to know where the fish are located since there aren’t several dozen boats scattered around the ocean fishing different areas. Also, since it can be windy and rough, it’s often difficult to find live bait and to get to certain fishing spots.

That being said, we still ran into a few dorado here and there. Most were about the 10-pound class. There’s some big bonito willing to pull lines as well as pargo, snapper, cabrilla and thankfully a few days when the sierra bit really nicely. Some boats did better than others. Just the way it is this time of year.

Looks like most of this coming week will be extremely windy with even a possibility chance of rain. We’ll see. Things change rapidly. By the time you are reading this, it may have changed again!

Hope you are having a very special and blessed Thanksgiving holidays!

That’s our story!

Jonathan & Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter Sportfishing
www.tailhunter.com

 

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

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

Phones:
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

“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 Nov. 11-17, 2021

BETTER THAN EXPECTED

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Nov. 11-17, 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

The BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

Randy Shue brought his group from Montclair for two days of fishing and did pretty well on a variety of fish but surprisingly well on the dorado this late in the season.

Go figure. I guess there’s still some billfish around. Haven’t seen any in a few weekd, but Christian Espinoza was with Captain Pancho and hooked this striper.

It’s been more than a decade since John Jordan fished with us (left) but had a terrific day with the dorado and pal Milo Crowley.

…and yes a wahoo the same day for Christian! A fat one!  One of the rare ones this year.

Nick Jordan on his first time on the ocean and first time in La Paz came down with our long-time amigo…and his dad…Richard and got into some nice dorado!

And a dorado too! Almost as colorful as his shorts.

Dorado up-close-and-personal. A bunch of it ended up on the table at our Tailhunter Sea Level Restaurant for dinner.

More dorado and this time some great – eating cabrilla (seabass)

Contrary to what I’ve been saying the last week or two, maybe the warm-water season isn’t quite over yet! The strong cold northern winds that had started to plague us for several weeks making for rough waters and difficult fishing, gave us a reprieve for a few days and made for some decent fishing and catching!

It was still a bit breezy, but while fishing wasn’t spectacular, it was a whole lot better than we expected or what I had predicted. Surprisingly good numbers of 10-15 pound dorado were willing to bite and apparently have not yet left the area. Live bait was the best bet and having the weather calm-down allowed the bait guys to get sardines. Most boats got 2-5 dorado each with other fish lost.

Additionally, there were even a few marlin, wahoo and the occasional tuna around. These are all fish I would have told you two weeks ago, have left the area. Especially tuna which never really even showed up this year.

In addition to the aforementioned species, the inshore areas continued to be productive for snapper, pargo, cabrilla, triggerfish, several species of bonito and jack crevalle as well as amberjack and palometas. It made for some good action. Overall, just a nice week to have been on the water.  Some boats did better than others, but usually it could change the next day depending on conditions.

WHALESHARK SEASON FINALLY OPENED

 

After almost 6 weeks of waiting, authorities finally opened up the whaleshark season.  Normally, the season run October 1 thought the end of April, but Covid restrictions curtailed the season the last 2 years.  The gentle animals have been there in the shallow waters of the bay.  It’s just that it was prohibited to swim with them.

As it is, captains of watercraft taking folks out to the animals, must have special permits and attend special classes in order to obtain those permits.  Guide services and captains have been chomping at the bit to get folks in the water.  Understandably, it’s a popular activity and folks come from all over the world to have the opportunity to participate.

This past week, there were anywhere from 5 to over a dozen of these “baby” whalesharks up to about 15′ long.  The problem, at times is that too many folks want to get in the water with too few animals.  Only 5 persons are allowed in the water per whaleshark so as not to intrude too much on the animals while they feed on plankton.

Therefore, swimmers often have to wait for time slots in order to get in the water which sometimes can take several hours.  Plus, there’s no tellng how many animals will be present on any given day or how long they will stay around or show up.  So, there’s no guarantees.

Still, it’s quite an experience to get in the water with these gentle babies.  Their parents can grow to over 50′ long!  Hopefully the season wil remain open as usual.

 

That’s my story!

Jonathan

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter Sportfishing
www.tailhunter.com

 

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

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

Phones:
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

“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 Nov. 3-10, 2021

MORE WINDS and FEWER ANGLERS

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Nov. 3-7, 2021

The Mexican Minute Video Report

The Big Picture and the Rest of the Story…

When you only have one day to fish and you do pretty well…John Fergione with dad (John) and son (John)! Doardo and others posing on the beach at Muertos!

Great shot of first-timer Hysby Rodriguez from Glendale CA with a smiling Captain Arcangel and another of her dorado for the fish box.

 

Taky and Marlene Kikuchi had a few nice days on the water before the winds came up.

Not much to crow about lately. Things can be summed up pretty easily.

Winds are up. Waves are bigger. Air temps cooling. Fishermen are down and snowbirds increasing.

That’s kind of it in a nutshell. Not many folks fishing or even on the water this past week as winter winds grow stronger from the north and cool things down. It’s still nice to be out on the beach or hang at the pool with lots of sunshine, exactly what the snowbirds are here for. The thermometer is pretty long with daytime temps in the mid to high 80’s and night time temps drop to a cool (for us) 63 degrees. However, other than that, it hasn’t been a great time to be fishing.

There are still some nice days to be out.  You just have to pick your spots.

The few fishermen we’ve had out found the catch to be erratic at best. Some boats dinked around for a scratch of dorado or rockfish at best. Others hit a few spots and did better with a variety of mostly inshore species like pargo, pompano, palometa, sierra, cabrilla and roosterfish. If lucky, maybe even few holdover dorado. It’s quite a mixed bag as we transition to cooler-water fishing.

Alot, of course, depends on the live bait situation. If the winds are waves are big, then it’s hard for the bait guys to get into the shallows to get live bait. Also, with the diminished number of anglers, economically, it makes no sense for the bait guys to go out at night or the mornings when they know there won’t be any or many fishermen to buy bait come sun up.

LATE BREAK NEWS…

Just as I was posting this up, some tuna have shown up of Punta Perrico.  Not many, but a small jag of them!

BUSY TOWN FOR BAJA 1000

After a hiatus, the Baja 1000 is back and will concluded in La Paz this year.  The dates are Nov. 15-20th and town is already filling up with teams and cars.  Honest.  If you didn’t get a hotel rooms months ago, you could easily be sleeping on the beach or in your rental car!

The internationally famous race starts up in Ensenada cars will roll through some of the most challenging terrain on the planet.  Hopefully, in one piece in La Paz.  Lots of cars don’t make it!  Just finishing is a challenge.

Folks will line the dirt course throughout La Paz and town will be full with lots of parties and roaring cars.  Good to have them back!

That’s our story!

Jonathan

Jonathan
Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter Sportfishing

www.tailhunter.com

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

U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter Sportfishing

8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

Phones: 
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

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/ Bahia Muertos/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Oct. 24-Nov. 2, 2021

END OF THE SEASON COMES EARLY

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Bahia Suenos Fishing Report for Week of Oct. 24-Nov. 2, 2021

THE MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

Long-time friends of Tailhunter from Oregon, Bob and Fran Handegard spent a few days fishing with us and really did well. Take a look at the rack of dorado, palometa and pargo!

Crazy tuna! We’ve literally caught almost zero tuna this year, but Tak and Marlene Kikuchi from Los Angeles were with Captain Pancho trolling Rapalas trying to catch a bonito for bait (since there was no live bait that day) in the shallows in front of Boca de Alamo when they got slammed by these two 40-pound class yellowfin. Pretty good on the dorado as well!

Yes, amazingly, there are still some roosterfish hanging out, Big smiles from Catherine Bennett who caught this pretty fish just outside of Muertos Bay. The fish was released. Catherine is from Washington.

First-timer luck? Hysby Ramirez did pretty darned good with big dorado, snapper, pargo, cabrilla and big triggerfish!

Birthday dorado! Bill Smith from Santa Cruz CA spent his birthday with us in La Paz visiting us for the first time and put this nice bull in the boat just north of La Paz.

Armando gives Grant Nakagawa a hand for the dorado photo.

Quite a variety for Marlene and husband Taky of great eating fish including lots of pargo, cabrilla, snapper, palometa and dorado!

 

Ron gives Dan and Keith, both first timers with their dorado. Good to have the guys visiting. They were lots of fun.

From Washington, J.D. Fouts got his first roosterfish just off Punta Perrico with live bait. J.D. was able to release the fish after the photo.

Captain Armando with Juli and Grant before putting the fillets on ice with a nice variety for the day .

Good to see long-time amigo, John McVay from Lake Havasu AZ with his favorite Captain Jorge.

There are always feisty bonito to tear up the lines for some fun! Jennifer and J.S. show off a couple of these tough fighters .

More fish for the freezer! A good day for Henry and Hysby. Henry took some of the snapper home whole for some great eating.  Both live in Glendale CA.  Henry has been with us many times over the years, but it was Hysby’s first time and Henry says she outfished him!

 

It was an up-and-down week for fishing in La Paz.  At best.

Some boats do better than others.  Some days are better than other days.  Live bait is getting harder to find.

It’s clear that the season has definitely changed and we’ve moved into the transition towards cooler temperatures, windier days and nights and rougher seas. It’s a trend that will continue into the winter months.

We are definitely seeing fewer fishermen understandably and we consider November to April our off-season when there honestly are very few people on the water due to the erratic water and weather conditions. For instance, there are days this coming week when I’m glad we do not have any fishermen scheduled as the winds will be blowing up to 20 knots from the north.

No question, the sun is out and it’s very pleasant to be in town. Crowds are down as we approach the holidays, but the visitors now are mostly snowbirds escaping from colder climates.

However for fishing, it’s changing with the season. There are still warm water species around. In fact, some legit-sized 20-30 pound class dorado can still be caught as well as some stray sailfish and marlin. We even hooked a few rare tuna this weekend that were 40 pound sluggers. We haven’t seen much tuna or wahoo at all this year which is unusual and I pretty much wrote off both species this season. However, it’s been a great year for dorado, billfish and yes…even roosterfish are still around as well.

But these fish are getting harder to find so the bite on the warm water species is diminishing rapidly.

With the changing water, more focus is on the inshore and cooler water species like pargo, cabrilla, jack crevalle, snapper, triggerfish and grouper. We did hook a few of those big dog-tooth snapper in the rocks, but all the fish broke off. You know that any fish that can eat a whole bonito has to be huge! But, stopping them is another story.

Bonito and jacks rounded out the catch this week. With rougher water, live bait is getting more difficult to obtain and that’s a big key to where and how we fish and ultimately what we catch as well.

2022 BOOKINGS STARTING TO FILL

Dates for 2022 already filling!

It’s only November, but many of our 2022 dates are starting to fill up.  In fact, some dates are already sold out with reservations coming in daily.  Don’t wait.  Get in touch with me so we can get you set up.  My direct e-mail is Jonathan@tailhunter.com.   Especially if you want certain captains or hotel rooms, get in touch with me!  We don’t want to miss you or disappoint you!

 

That’s my story!

Jonathan
Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter Sportfishing

www.tailhunter.com

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

U.S. Mailing Address:  Tailhunter Sportfishing

8030 La Mesa Blvd. #178, La Mesa CA  91942

Phones: 
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

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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ERRATIC WEATHER and FULL MOON…

BUT DORADO BITE

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Oct. 17-23 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

The BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

Oh yea! Claif Rebaza puts another one in the boat. Claif had a remarkable first-time visit with us boating some sizeable bull dorado.

Betty Zuelke with her favorite Captain Victor who’s just about as colorful as this dorado.

These two characters are the best and have been fishing with us for years from Atlanta GA! Brian O’Neill and Leif Dover with another good day on the water with big dorado, snapper, pargo and cabrilla for the freezer.

Just when I thought the billfish had left, Steve Poe and Captain Boli hooked this one right out front of the Malecon. A quick photo and and excellent release!

Love this shot of Steve with a La Paz mahi to start the morning.

Chris Matthes was great to have visit finally after so man years. Great guy and good fisherman. He had a good day on the dorado schools this particular day.  He lives up near Davis CA.

The dorado seemed to get bigger this week. Steve Poe, Claif Rebaza and Steve Holman on the beach at Muertos strike the pose.

Check out the variety on the cleaning table…dorado, big triggerfish, cabrilla, pargo and snapper!

Always great to have these folks visit from Utah. Good amigos Dave and Cassie Waite had a fun day with Captain Gerardo. Lots of sierra, a few dorado, some triggerfish, cabrilla and snapper are headed home. Grateful to them for bringing us cheddar cheese and butter! You rock, my friends!

John McVay has been fishing with us for years and always jumps on the panga with his favorite Captain Jorge. A good day on the water!

Evelyn and Dana Milano pose with some of their catch after a day fishing out’ve La Paz.

Happy Birthday to Bob Layko celebrating his 65th and retirement and visits us every year at the same time with Craig Brown. Their favorite captain Armando helps out with a big rainbow runner to take home. Both our amigos are from Oregon. Bob was retiring from the merchant marine.

Not a bad start! Paul and Betty Zuelke obviously found the hot spot on the dorado for their first day.

Hi Evelyn! Great colors and some good eating!

Wayne has one for the fish box!

Great colors on this fresh dorado Betty caught out’ve Las Arenas. For two days fishing she and her husband had a good week!

The weather is getting more erratic and cooling things down. More wind…very strong at times. More waves. Colder water. Cooler air temperatures. All affecting the fishing to some degree. Oh, plus a full moon!

Actually, it’s a really pleasant time to be down here. That’s why so many snow birds are already starting to flock into town. Day time temps are in the low to mid-80’s with minimal humidity. Evenings are breezy and comfortable. Great beach weather too.

It’s just not necessarily great to be ON the water. Sometimes it just better to stay on the beach or hang out at the pool to be honest, but I feel badly for the fishermen who are disappointed by the weather anxious to get out.  It’s not just a matter of rough conditions, but a safety issue first and foremost.

Many days are just fine. Other days, the winds have blown very strong forcing us to cancel fishing. You just never know. The weather can be unpredictable. The weather forecast can say one thing, but there are so many micro-climates in the area, it’s crazy. It can start out windy and rough then flatten out. It can look great in the morning, but in a few hours the northern winds are whipping things up. The weather has definitely changed earlier than normal.

In terms of the fishing, we know there’s still warm water out there because the dorado bite continues to be very good. Larger fish were found this past week with 20+ pound mahi not unusual. Both our Tailhunter Las Arenas Fleet and our Tailhunter La Paz fleet found some good action on these fish. Some are singular, but others are still schooling.

Also, just when I thought the billfish had finally departed after a great showing all season, we ended up hooking a few this week so I guess they are still around, but it’s been a surprise.

The biggest indicator of the season change is the appearance of cooler water species. Sierra have been biting steadily now for more than 2 weeks. We’re getting some yellowtail, rainbow runners and amberjack which are also cooler water species. Pargo liso (mullet snapper) are usually not caught until the late winter or spring. Same with the palomita and pompano. All those species have been biting with more frequency.

As well, we still have bonito, jack crevalle, snapper and other species giving us good action.

Live bait has been the best for fishing and it’s been no problem getting it this year, but when the winds are blowing, it’s difficult for the bait guys to catch bait to sell.

 

That’s our story!

Jonathan & Jilly

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter Sportfishing
http://www.tailhunter.com

 

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

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

Phones:
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

“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/ Bahia Suenos Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Oct. 9-16, 2021

DORADO CHEW AS WEATHER CHANGES

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Oct. 9-16, 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

Triple catch. Daryl Martz with sons Allan and Dale show off some of their dorado caught with our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet.

 

One of the larger dorado models of the week! Good amigo, Dave Lindell, got this one out’ve Bahia Muertos. Dave lives in Pendleton, OR.

Julie and daugther, Kendall Millspaugh from Washington have been fishing with us for years and did pretty well on the dorado and pargo waiting on the fillet table!

His 2nd trip with us this year, fun amigo, John Washington from Carson City NV with captain Gerardo with dorado, palometa and pargo waiting for the ice chest.

Over the years, we’ve watched young Tanner Millspaugh grow up and now he’s ready to hit high school! Nice bull, Tanner!

Never a dull moment when Wiley Randolph is visiting us. He was fishing with Chito when he got this dorado.

Mike Hanson got one of the larger roosters of the week just off Punta Perrico. The fish was released.

Barry Matlack just had time to squeeze in one day of fishing and it paid off with a nice day of dorado including this legit bull mahi.

It takes two! Debbie and Steve Millspaugh have some nice dorado to show off and take home to Washington.

Unfortunately, because of the weather, Jacob and dad, Jeffrey Cooper only got in one good day of fishing, but had some good action with dorado, pargo and snapper. Jacob just returned from his mission and it was their first time visiting us. Only with the weather had cooperated more.

Allan Martz doesn’t see many fish where he lives in Boston!

A good day for Tanner and Travis Millspaugh. On the beach at Muertos Bay. Good to have the family back again. Always great to see them.

Ceci has way too much fun. One day fishing produced dorado and a marlin with Captain Alfredo.

Daryl Martz finally got his roosterfish for a quick photo and release.

Good to have these guys back to see us after a bit of absence! Jim Adair and Brad Baker had a good day on the dorado schools.

MIke and Kirsten Hanson from Oregon with Captain Gerardo got quite a bit of variety including dorado, palometa, sierra, cabrilla and pargo!

Another one for Tanner headed into the fish box!

Most of the week, it was pretty good fishing.

But, you can really tell things are changing sooner than normal. Air temps are cooler. There are more and stronger winds, especially from the north. The water is rougher and colder. The fishing and the fish are changing.

There are still warm water species. In fact, it was a pretty solid week of dorado fishing for both our Tailhunter Las Arenas Fleet and our Tailhunter La Paz Fleet although the better dorado fishing was with our La Paz fleet. Fish between 5 and 20 pounds were the norm and limits were not unusual. Fish could be found in a wide variety of areas and you could have a slow bite all day and then hit the spot and fill the fish box in one stop. Or, you might get single and double fish all day through the end of the day.

Billfish like marlin and sailfish are still around, but it was a slower week on these two species. After an incredible year with more billfish than I have ever seen, perhaps this is the last hurrah for sailfish and marlin.

The biggest indicator of change are, of course, the fish. More cooler water fish are showing up in the counts. Sierra, amberjack, yellowtail, pargo liso are usually fish we see in December or early spring. However, it seems every week we’re getting more of these types of fish.

It’s hard to put a finger on the fishing picture looking back this week. Three of the days were a write off.

Tropical Storm Pamela came up and dropped alot of rain on us. So, one day we had to cut the fishing short as it started getting too rough. The next day, we had to cancel all trips. The port captain shut down the port for safety reasons with 7-9’ swells and breaking waves slamming outside. After the storm, the weather remained erratic and winds continued to tear up the water. Bait became difficult to find. We had some of the worst fishing days of the year, where we had boats out, but it probably would have been best to just stay off the water. Just being honest.

The coming week shows no weather disturbances…so far. But we’ll keep an eye. Nevertheless, there’s no doubt that things are changing and getting cooler.

That’s my story!

Jonathan

Jonathan Roldan’s
Tailhunter Sportfishing
www.tailhunter.com

 

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

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

Phones:
from USA : 626-638-3383
from Mexico: 044-612-14-17863

“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/ Bahia Suenos Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Oct. 2-8, 2021

COLD WATER/ WARM WATER SPECIES MIXING IN NOW

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Bahia Suenos Fishing Report for Week of Oct. 2-9, 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO FISHING REPORT

 

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

 

Washington amigo, Fred Cruz had quite a great few days fishing with us taking a number of species including sailfish, marlin, roosterfish and others like this dorado taken north of La Paz Bay.

Honeymoon first-timers, Lilia and Dave Brown from Wrangell, Alaska hooked this large striped marlin just off Punta Arenas on live bait. They donated all the meat to the pueblo.

Captain Raul with Lisa Cruz and a big bull her first day out. She had 4 banner days on the water with us.

That’s right, John, flex-up! Especially after a great day like this on ultra- light tackle with big sierra, dorado, pargo and snapper. John McLucas has fished with us for many years from the San Francisco Bay area.

Just a pretty photo on so many levels of this roosterfish with Deana Wilson from Montana and Captain Pancho. The fish was caught just off the rocks near Bahia Muertos and quickly released.

Steve Manney has fished many years with us, but had his son-in-law Nat come down this year as well. Good start to the fishing week with dorado and sierra on the rack.

From N. Carolina, 84-year-old Duane Ottman was visiting us for the first time and battled this big striped marlin with Captain Gerardo. Great colors. Sorry, you can’t see Duane’s smiling face!

Good to see Kirsten and Mike Hanson back down here with us again. They were out with Captain Gerardo and got quite a variety of reef fish for the cooler.

Fred Cruz with his sailfish and captain Gerardo. Great day on the water with a number of species. The sail was released.

Easy to smile looking at this photo of a very happy Lilia Brown and another dorado in the boat!

Another of our good Washington amigos, Bob Larson has himself a big dorado, some tasty sierra and some big fat triggerfish.

Captain Joel gives Larry Wilson a hand with his sailfish for a quick photo. This was Larry’s first billfish. Note the tanker in the background. The fish was hooked literally just a few hundred yards in front of the La Paz Malecon.

Captain Armando and Pete Walker share a laugh and photo with the day’s catch. Lots of sierra again this week. More than I have ever seen.

It was a slow day, but the one saving catch for Brad Baker was his first sailfish. He donated all of the fish.

On his honeymoon, Sean Price spent a day fishing with our Las Arenas fleet and got some great sierra, pargo and triggerfish to take home as well as some dorado meat as well.

 

She’s the best! Sharon Virgin from Montana was great to have down this past week and holds up one of her dorado.

Hi Debbie! Not a bad day of dorado fishing for Debbie Millspaugh visiting us for the first time.

Two funny amigos from Washington that visit us each year and always a pleasure. John Stendara and Bill Bigelman posing with their catch at Bahia Muertos.

Somewhere behind the roosterfish comb is a very happy Lisa Cruz. Captain Gerardo helps out. The fish was released.

Two of our Canadian amigos, Save and Luke got a nice batch of triggerfish, sierra and snapper.

 

Bill Lee from San Francisco mugs with Johnny Mc Lucas and their catch.

Captain Gerardo was on fire this week and has Fred Cruz’s striped marlin for the photo.

Some incredible colors and pattern on this dorado. Wow! Dave Brown poses with another mahi for the box.

More of our Canadian amigos with Captain Arcangel and an assorted catch.

Captain Victor gets into the weekly gallery with Bob Larson showing dorado, sierra and triggerfish.

Whoa! Check out the head of this big bull dorado that Lisa caught!

 

Lilia and Dave had a super day on the water fishing out’ve La Paz this particular day. All the fish were donated.

 

 

It wasn’t a bad week of fishing. Overall, it was actually pretty good. For lack of a better word, it was just “erratic”. It was unpredictable.

Some folks had great days of fishing. Others really had to work hard to get fish. Same day. Same spots. Same bait. Same everything. Things changed from day to day or even hour-to-hour. Totally un-predictable.

Some of our regulars…some of our very experience fishermen found picky fishing at best. Conversely, some of our first-timers or novices just crushed the fishing.

Some days, it was dorado. Next day no dorado. Then billfish. Then no billfish. At times, the best we could do was go to the rocks and have fun with pargo, cabrilla, triggerfish and snapper. Those are always willing to bite.

Everyone got fish. No mistaking that. But, it was just hard to put-a-finger on the bite or predict anything.

Definitely, the seasons are changing. Water is getting cooler down deep. The air is cooler. The north winds are picking up much earlier than usual. And that’s affecting the fishing. As the air and water gets erratic so goes the fishing.

It’s clear by the type of fish that are starting to show up. More cooler water fish are in the counts. A tremendous number of sierra started showing up about 10 days ago. More sierra than I have ever seen in several decades here. Normally, these fish don’t show up until late November of December. But, they’re here now and they are thick. Usually, we’ll get a handful a day. This year, each panga might get a whole boat-load of them in a single day and they are also much larger than usual.

Additionally, we’re getting the occasional yellowtail, rainbow runner, pompano and other cooler water species.

We’re coming to the end of the warm-water season, it appears. Not sure how much longer the warm-water species will be here. We’ll keep you posted.

That’s our story!

Jonathan & Jilly

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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing For Week of Sept. 24-Oct. 1, 2021

CHANGING SEASONS BRINGING COOLER WATERS AND

CHANGING FISH

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Sept. 24-Oct. 1, 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

John Wagner from Oregon took this bruiser roosterfish with Captain Pancho off Bahia Muertos. The fish was released.

Firefighter Brian Viora on his first visit to us poses in a great dorado photo!

Captain Rogelio and brother Licho give Noe Fierros a hand with his sailfish he battled for more than 90 minutes on 30 pound test line!

John Virgin “The Montana Banana” with wife, Sharon, are always fun to have here when they visit from Montana. Nice day on the water with Captain Pancho and a variety of dorado, pargo, triggerfish and sierra!

On their honeymoon from Wrangell, Alaska on their first visit to us, Dave and Lilia Brown with Captain Jorge and a crazy mess of sierra!

What a day! Donnie Foster rocked it with a triggerfish, 3 nice dorado, a wahoo AND…and marlin (tried to release, but couldn’t). Meat was donated.

Mark Melnick from San Francisco and Roy Wiggins from Oklahoma have themselves a great rack of good-eating including palomenta, dorado, sierra, carilla, triggerfish, permit, pargo and a big bonito.

Two of my Filipino fish brothers for many years, Don Mariano and Glenn Delmendo with a big sailfish caught just outside La Paz Bay on live bait.

Might be the best photo of the week! Mark Malone with Captain Rogelio and a fresh bull dorado on the gaff and headed to the fish box.

Joey Abrhams from San Diego is pretty happy with his first roosterfish . The shorline of Punta Perrico in the background nearby. The fish was released.

Don has another bull to add to the fish box today.

After so many years fishing with us, Jim Gatti finally got his first roosterfish! Photo and a quick release. Nicely done, Jim!

Luz Wilson from Northridge CA shows off a nice one-day catc of dorado, sierra and holding a tasty pompano on the beach at Bahia Muertos.

Big barred pargo for Sharon Virgin and Deanna Wilson from Montana.

Captain Gerardo, Larry Ruden and Doug Martin had a pretty good day at Bahia Muertos with dorado, cabrilla and the triggerfish held by Gerardo.

First timers with Captain Jorge, Chuck Webber and Hill Evans got a nice start. Big sierra and a couple of dorado.

This bull dorado almost matches Dan’s shorts!

It’s been a few years, but good to have Vince Acosta back to visit us as he sticks his tongue out at the camera.

Lots of variety this week. Ron, Lee and Al have about 6 varieties on the table.

Glenn and Don with Captain Arcangel and a good first day mix of species on the cleaning table.

Lots of folks getting their first roosterish this year like Mark Malone just off the rocks near Muertos. The fish was quickly released.

One more for the box for Duane Ottman who was visiting us for the first time and also picked off a marlin.

Another nice rooster for the photo shoot! Brian Viora with the good catch and release.

Overall, pretty decent fishing this past week. Everyone got fish. Lots of variety. Some boats did better some days while boats right next to them had to work harder for fish. The next day, it could be the exact opposite.

The biggest thing to note this week was that the seasons are definitely changing and they are changing faster than expected. At least from what we saw this past week, temperatures are definitely on a cooling trend. Breezes are stronger. At night the north winds that we usually see about November or December are already blowing. Waters are still 84-87 on the surface, but below the thermocline waters are definitely cooling as well.

The biggest indicator of that is the number of cold water species we started catching.

Most notably, a huge number of sierra were caught. These are fish, we don’t start seeing in the counts until late November or so. They were running larger than usual as well. Normally, a 1 or 2 pound sierra is about right. The fish this week were 3-5 pounders.

Incredible one-day catch of sierra with Lilia Brown holding up a typical large model.

In addition to the sierra, there were sporadic catches of pompano, permit, pargo liso, amberjack, rainbow runner and even a couple of small yellowtail. These are all cooler water fish!

I’m not yet willing to say that it will continue to get colder. Fact is, in the morning, I’m actually wearing a sweatshirt when I put out the boats in the dark on the beach. By the time you’re reading this, we could very easily be into another warming trend. However, it’s pretty clear that summer is over and once we get the northern winds blowing consistently, the entire complexion of the fishing will change…or lack of fish in some cases.

That’s not to say also that we’re not catching warm-water species!

If you only have one day to fish, Larry Ruden knocked it outta the park on dorado. Check out the fillet table!

On the contrary. Dorado up to about 30 pounds are still the headline catch with about 90% of the ice chests packed with dorado fillets. Still no wahoo or tuna to speak of, but sailfish and marlin continue to be biting plus big bonito, jacks, pargo, cabrilla, snapper and huge triggerfish. Everyone who wants fish is going home with fish or bringing it to our restaurant to cook up.

Howie Low from Montana and Captain Adolfo had a double marlin strike out’ve Bahia Muertos and a spectacular battle one-after-the-other. Howie generously donated the meat from both fish to the community.

But, we’ll definitely keep an eye on the weather. What we’re seeing now in terms of cooling is about 4-6 weeks early.

That’s our story!

Jonathan & Jilly
Jonathan Roldan’s
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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Sept. 16-23, 2021

FULL MOON DORADO AND OTHERS

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report for Week of Sept. 16-23, 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO REPORT

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

Sherry Cady made me promise she’d make the fishing report this week with this beautiful big roosterfish she battled with Captain Pancho. So, here you go, Sherry! Nicely done and nice release too! Sherry is from Denver.

Big smiles and a big bull. Greg Saubolle has another one for the box.

Clair Olson and Mich Nekota have themselves a nice rack of dorado after a day of fishing on the beach at Bahia Muertos.

Might be one of my favorite photos of the year. John Sessums was on his first trip down with us and got his first roosterfish…finally! He was pretty happy! His biggest fish to that point. The rooster was released. Punta Perrico in the background.

Gary Okizaki from Cypress CA said “Dorado fishing this year was like the old days!” Great colors on this bull just outside of La Paz Bay.

From San Francisco, our amigo Paul Nagata, visits us each year and gets big fish and takes great photos. He did it again this year with an incredibly colorful bull mahi and an assist from Captain Pancho.

After visiting us for so many years, Tim Nishimura finally got a marlin plus a boatload of other species including dorado, pargo and snapper all on light tackle.

These two amigos had themselves a fun few days fishing with us the first time. Nate Odell gives his amigo, John Sessums a hand with his first marlin. It could not be released and meat was donated.

Now THIS is how to fish…a bottle of Don Julio in hand and an ice chest of great eating triggerfish, pargo, snapper and cabrilla ready to fillet!

Captain Joel gets a solo photo with a fish he gaffed for Gary and Danny Okazaki. They got 2 days of nice dorado limits.

Claire Olson and Greg Saubolle from the Bay Areas got more fish to add to the freezer wth 6 dorado and a couple of fat triggerfish they brought to our Tailhunter Restaurant for dinner.

Another of our fun Colorado friends, Ron Cady likes to bring his flyrod out and got into a couple of of fun dorado just outside of Bahia Muertos. He had a sailfish on the flyrod as well that straightened the hook!

Easy to get excited when a couple of tuna get hooked, but so far, except for a few stray individual fish, the tuna bite has just not happened this year although the guys got two chunky football YFT’s here.

Captain Armando has a knack for the billfish this year. In addition to two dorado, Bing Presnell also got this marlin. It could not be released and meat was donated.

Pretty water. Pretty fish. That’s what it’s like fishing for roosterfish this time of year. Ron poses with a big boy before letting it go. Looks like a lake.

First time new amigos from Washington, Terri Marshall and Tim Doyle have quite the variety on the cleaning table of dorado, pargo, snapper ,triggerfish and cabrilla.

One of our yearly amigos who has been visiting us for years, Danny Okazaki with one of his roosterfish caught right up against the rocks for the photo and release.

Captain Adolfo poses with Joe Brown’s marlin plus a big barred pargo and a double dorado. The meat was donated.

Steve never stops smiling. From Seattle, he’s visited us 3 times this year already and fishes for 6 days with his favorite Captain Jorge. He always chases the bigger and unusual fish, but this particular day he got a sole dorado and tries to hide it from the camera.

Here’s trouble…Andrew Harrison, Jon Eide and Captain Gerardo are a fun trio. Check it out…marlin, tuna, dorado, snapper, pargo, cabrilla and triggerfish. What a day!

 

Usually, after a big storm like Hurricane Olaf that hit us last week, it takes a week-or-so for the waters to get back in shape for fishing. Hurricane Olaf surprisingly turned into a Category 2 storm with up to 15 inches of rain in 20 hours and gusts of wind up to 150 mph.

That kind of storm churns the waters.  There’s lots of mud and debris runoff into the ocean.  Big current bring in dirtier and cooler water.   There can be alot of stuff floating in the ocean and frankly the fish get lockjaw and we really have to work hard to find the bite.
However, surprisingly, the waters and fishing bounced back faster than expected.  Not as good as before the hurricane, but the thankfully did come back so that at least anglers got into some action and everyone had fish to put in the boats and/or bring home.
Each day post Olaf, it seems to get a little better.
Dorado, especially for our Tailhunter La Paz fleet are 90% of the catch with most fish about 10 pounds, but if you find the right spot, fish up to 20 or even 30 pounds are not uncommon.  Quite a few fish are getting lost, but that’s part of the fun.
The dorado are not quite up-to-speed for our Tailhunter Las Arenas Fleet.  One day, the dorado are there.  Next day not so much.  It’s up-and-down . Or, one boat finds a few dorado and others scratch to find even one dorado.
However, for both of our fleets, thankfully, there are other species willing to bite.
Healty-sized cabrilla, jack crevalle and some toad bonito provide lots of action as well as pargo, snapper and even some sierra, pompano, palometas and amberjack.  Very unusual to catch sierra and amberjack this time of year as those are cooler water fish and we don’t see them until November or December.   It leads me to believe that maybe waters are getting cooler.
Surprisingly, we still have roosterfish around which is quite late in the season.  On light tackle, you can have fun all day along the beaches and rocky areas with 2-10 pound fish.  However, some of the legit 30-50 pound fish are still cruising as well.
Additionally, marlin and sailfish are still getting hooked in numbers I have not seen in decades.  It’s been like that all year.  Most are getting released, but there’s sailfish, striped and blue marlin still biting and most are getting hooked on light tackle.
We did get a few tuna this week.  Just a little jag of 30-pound fish that got everyone excited.  We also got a wahoo.  But, overall, there’s been a dearth of both species this season.  Maybe, they’ll kick in soon.

 

Jonathan
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La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Suenos Bay Fishing Report from Tailhunter Sportfishing for Week of Sept. 8-15, 2021

OLAF TURNS INTO A SURPRISE CATEGORY 2 HURRICANE

La Paz – Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay/ Bahia Suenos Fishing Report for Week of Sept 8-15, 2021

MEXICAN MINUTE VIDEO FISHING REPORT

THE BIG PICTURE and the REST of the STORY…

They only had ONE day to fish! Tim and his amigo, Adam, hooked FIVE marlin with several on simultaneously and awesomely RELEASED all of them but brought home an ice chest full of pargo, cabrilla and snapper.

New amigos visiting for the first time, David Marin and Kristin Robles from El Monte CA pose with a hefty rooster for a quick photo and release.

With clouds from Hurricane Olaf bearing down on them in the background, Garry Coles from Washington put this nice bull dorado on the deck before a mad dash back to the marina!

Duane Marlatt told me his arm was sore after more than an hour battling his first marlin just north of the city. Duane is from Colorado on his first visit to us.

Our first big dog-tooth snapper in awhile in the hands of another of our first time new amigos, Jeremiah Page from Oregon. Great eating!

In almost 30 years working for us, Captain Arkangel is rarely seen smiling in a photo, but he’s got a good one for Tim Larson and his marlin. Great shot. Several other billfish were released that day.

One of the best anglers to visit us SEVERAL times a year, Mark Bonsack from Washington got one of the few wahoo we’ve seen this year on a Rapala.

Art Flippin has been fishing with us for years, but made a last-minute trip down and started off with several dorado like this one out’ve Bahia Muertos with Captain Armando.

Captain Pancho lends a hand with a big rooster that Brad Bennett caught who came to visit us from Montana. The rooster was released.

Al and Jeanne Jones from Idaho with one of their favorite captains, Rogelio Camacho and a day of dorado headed for the fillet table.

Brett Bleichrodt from Denver was able to squeeze in one last day of fishing and put the wood to this nice roosterfish before releasing it. Those are storm clouds from Hurricane Olaf darkening the background sky. Shortly after, they were running for the beach.

Captain Pancho is trying to help Claire Olson with his marlin and strike an unusual pose! Claire’s first fishing trip with us and good to have him down. They released two billfish that day.

First time visiting us and first time fishing on salt water, Nicole gets an assist from Captain Pancho on a legit roosterfish before letting it swim away. Nice job!

Only one day to fish, but Tim and Adam stacked the cooler with some of the best eating fish including big cabrila, snapper, and several species of pargo.

Captain Victor and Jermey and Deanna Page with a big sailfish he caught as well as a dorado. The Page’s came to see us from Oregon and it was their first time in La Paz.

Two of the fun and funniest folks whenever they visit. Eric has a fish on the line while Starr Jenkins is trying to pose with one on the gaff. The Jenkins are from Temecula CA. They also released several billfish while fishing with us.

Check out the flat calm waters one day AFTER Hurricane Olaf! John Holty and Captain Jorge with a quick photo of a striped marlin before releasing it.

A great photo of a larger bull dorado! David Marin hooked this good-looking mahi just outside of Bahia Muertos.

MIch Nekota with his first marlin with Greg Saubolle while fishing with Captain Victor. They also released another billfish. They donated a majority of the fish to the community.

These guys had too much fun the week they were with us. Brandon Mauch and Garry Coles spent one day just light tackle fishing in the rocks. They caught and released 17 roosterfish!

Great shot! From Lincoln City, Oregon, Joe Barnard has another roosterfish for the camera before a quick release.

Noah Lauby and Dennis Gayman tag-teamed this marlin with Captain Armando off Las Arenas. Most of the meat was donated.

All the way from Australia via South Africa, Andrew MacKay is a professional hunting guide in 5 countries, but got in a quick last-minute visit to us to jump on some dorado with Captain Armando.

Ben Daniels fishing inshore got his first roosterfish for a fast photo then release before Hurricane Olaf barreled in and they had to dash for the beach. Clouds looming in the background. Ben is from Colorado.

 

I lost count how many roosters Mark and Nicole released, but he always takes great photos! That’s the sand of Las Arenas Point just behind them. Check the flat waters one day after the hurricane!

Amberjack in September? Also big triggerfish, pargo, snapper and cabrilla headed for the ice chest for Garry and Brandon who work together doing cancer research.

 

Our bite was really doing well.  Dorado had picked up noticeably with more and bigger fish for both our Tailhunter Las Arenas and Tailhunter La Paz fleet.  In fact, it was some of the best bite we had seen in weeks.   Marlin and sailfish continued to surprise many of our anglers, especially on light tackle who were fishing for dorado or other smaller species then suddenly find themselves fighting a billfish!

A few tuna and wahoo even popped up and inshore fishing for huge triggerfish, as well as pargo, cabrilla, snapper, jack crevalle, and of course, big bonito kept everyone bent.
Then, out’ve nowhere, Hurricane Olaf came roaring in.
We had been watching it for several days come north towards us, but all of the computer models showed it barely brushing the Baja Peninsula then taking a sharp left and heading out to sea.  It’s what many storms do at this time.  Maybe some wind.  Maybe a tad bit of rain.  We can usually expect some larger swells or waves.  Overall pretty benign.   It’s what Nora, Marty and Kevin did last month.  Not really anything big.
Olaf was expected to do the same.
The morning of Sept. 9, we sent out our boats and fishermen like normal.  Seas were calm.  It was dark but the skies were clear and stars were easily visible.  A beautiful morning!
About 8 a.m.,  all of that changed.
Olaf made a strange right turn and instead of going out, it made a missile path right over Baja and right over La Paz!

Beautifully scary. Olaf made a surprising turn into Baja.

Time to bring all the boats back to shore FAST!

Literally without warning, huge black (not dark) clouds rolled in with giant cracks of thunder and lighting and it was like someone started dumping buckets of water on La Paz.  There was no drizzle ahead of time.  The skies just started opening up.  I’m not kidding when I tell you that people were suddenly running  like crazy for shelter.  Joggers and bikers were suddenly dashing to find cover.  Construction workers were jumping off scaffolds to escape the downpour.  Cars were swerving trying to dodge the people and boats in the bay were full throttle to get back to the port or beach.
No one was prepared for what hit us.

Here comes Olaf!

Olaf turned into a pretty furious Category 2 hurricane with winds up to 90 mph and gusts to 150 mph.  12-15 inches of rain in less than a day.
It took about a day and one night to blow through and left huge floods; swirling arroyos and broken trees and signs everywhere.  Many were left without electricity, water and phones for 1-3 days.  Fortunately, no injuries were reported.

Lots of flooded streets!

12-15 inches of rain and gusts of wind over 100 mph.

Normally, this is a street!
Airports had no power so were closed.  Most flights got cancelled so folks got stuck unable to leave.  On the other end, folks trying to fly down to us couldn’t get on their flights to fly in.
Obviously no fishing to the disappointment of many who watched Olaf’s craziness from indoors.

Adios Olaf!

Then, just like that…OLAF was gone.  Sun came out.  Wind disappeared.  Seas turned to glass.  Usually, after a storm it takes several days for things to clean up.
And the fishing bounced back pretty nicely right away.  We sent out lots of fishermen immediately and I was surprised by the action.  Marlin…sailfish…dorado…seemed just as willing as the anxious fishermen!  The next few days will give us a better reading.  At this time, we’ll need a few more days to make a better assessment, but all indications are that things cleared up pretty fast!
That’s my story!
Jonathan
Jonathan Roldan’s
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