Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
Some out-of-season yellowtail of about 20 pounds were also found by Tortuga pangas. "This is unusual for the season," Hernandez said. "But with this good fishing every day, one can't predict what will be caught."
Sardina bait fish continued in good supply at Isla Cerralvo. Few anglers were present in La Paz. "The tourists are few, but we're always waiting for them," Hernandez said.
LA PAZ PANGA FISHING--Matt Potter, left, and his father Claude of Huntington Beach, Calif., with a nice dorado caught while fishing aboard a Tortuga Sportfishing panga south of La Paz.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Tortuga Sportfishing pangas found wind and strong currents at the Las Arenas-side offshore buoys and returned to the beach with just one or two fish. Few dorado were seen in fishing areas near the Baja coast, but some smaller dorado were caught at the south end of Isla Cerralvo, in addition to small tuna, and some wahoo.Tortuga Sportfishing captains also targeted shallow water areas around Punta Perico and Las Arenas for smaller snappers and good numbers of roosterfish in all sizes.
BACK ON THE BEACH--Dean Kitano of Huntington Beach, Calif., caught a nice pair of La Paz dorado during his fishing trip aboard a Tortuga Sportfishing panga that launched over the beach near the Punta Arena de la Ventana lighthouse south of the city.
Monday, July 6, 2009
Good numbers of yellowfin tuna at 12 to 15 pounds were also caught south of Isla Cerralvo. Boats fishing in shallow water scored on roosterfish and jack crevalle, or toro in Spanish."In general, the fishing is going great," Hernandez said, "although La Paz doesn't have many anglers at this time of year."