Monday, May 26, 2008

Gerardo Hernandez of Tortuga Sportfishing at La Paz said the week's weather was cooler and windy, but fishing by pangas on the south side out of Ensenada de los Muertos produced good numbers of large bottom fish. A big mix of fish species caught by Tortuga clients included mullet snapper or pargo lisa, dog snapper, barred pargo, pompano, cabrilla, and amberjack around the south end of Isla Cerralvo. The Baja coastal fishing area around the Punta Arena de la Ventana lighthouse produced good numbers of roosterfish releases in the 30 to 70-pound class plus wahoo of 35 to 50 pounds. Pangas able to run out to the buoys found dorado of 20 to 40 pounds and striped marlin released. "La Paz fishing has been as good with Rapalas as bait and we have enough bait right now," Hernandez said.

LA PAZ ROOSTER RELEASE--Alan Davis landed and released this nice Baja roosterfish during action out of Ensenada de los Muertos south of La Paz. Davis and his group fished on pangas with Tortuga Sportfishing's Capts. Nufo Green and Rigo Lucero.

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