Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Tortuga Sportfishing

Gerardo Hernandez of Tortuga Sportfishing at La Paz reported improved action during the week following a slow period for boats running out to Isla Cerralvo. La Paz fishing area weather was hot with light scattered rains in some areas.
"Our fishing is better for dorado, small and medium-sized tuna, and quality wahoo," Hernandez said. "We're also catching striped marlin of 80 to 100 pounds, which we are releasing. Our fly fishing clients are hooking up roosterfish. We're catching fish at Isla Cerralvo, Punta Perico, and Las Arenas."

LA PAZ FLY FISHING--Bill Barnes, 85, above, of Neenach, Calif., landed this trophy dorado on the fly during panga action with Tortuga Sportfishing on the Las Arenas side of La Paz. Below, fly angler Michael Coxen of Port Townsend, Wash., with a beautiful roosterfish to go with the dorado and wahoo that he also caught with Tortuga Sportfishing.


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