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Sails and Dorado Steal the Show (Read 906 times)
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Sails and Dorado Steal the Show
Sep 25th, 2004, 11:12am
IN GENERAL:  The 80º blue water is still holding 5 miles off the beach. Recent rain storms this last week have created very well defined current lines holding debris washed out of the rivers. These current lines have been holding a lot of 25 to 35 pound dorado.  
Adolpho, on the panga “Dos Hermanos,” released 4 sailfish yesterday, and took 4 very nice dorado. He also told me the roosterfish have slowed a little on the beaches, but he had managed 4 this last week in two days of fishing. He feels very confident the bite will pick up again once the shoreline turbidity cleans up.  
The average for sailfish is about 2 fish per boat per day.  
Between 5 and 7 miles the school sized tuna (about 15 to 20 pounds), have been giving us a lot of action. They have been there several days now, and do not appear to be moving.  
Water Temperature 80-83  
Air Temperature 78-84  
Humidity 62%  
Wind North 2 mph  
Conditions: T - Storms  
Visibility 10 miles  
Sunrise 7:35 a.m. CDT  
Sunset 7:39 p.m. CDT  
Sept. 28, Full; Oct. 6, Last Quarter; Oct. 14, New; Oct. 20, First Quarter.  
Baja on the Fly's Zihuatanejo report by Ed Kunze  
Calm seas, packs of sailfish charging the teasers, double digit catches, fantasy??? Not hardly; the season is just around the corner and we can’t wait.  
Water Temperature 75-82  
Air Temperature 78-84  
Humidity 94 %  
Wind SE 4 mph  
Conditions:  T-Storms  
Visibility 7 miles  
Sunrise 5:52 a.m. CST  
Sunset 5:56 p.m. CST  
Sept. 28, Full; Oct. 6, Last Quarter; Oct. 14, New; Oct. 20, First Quarter.  
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