July 8 2018

Water.. Flat mornings, clear, afternoon South Easterly winds.. 83-86 degrees

Air- Warmer early in the week, the afternoon trades keeping it cooler. highs in the low 90's..

Another good week of fishing. A real mix this week, with the best Dorado bite so far this year. Fewer but much larger Yellowfin, very good bill fishing, more Wahoo than we've seen all year, and as usual this time of year, lots of big Roosterfish..
Lot's of good bait available, both Sardine and Caballito..

Yellowfin- Averaging about one per boat..25-70#'s most taken off the lighthouse and Rincon. Earlier in the week tuna under the Porpoise outside. Most of the tuna taken inside on Sardine, outside on Hoochies and Cedar Plugs..

Dorado- Our best week of the year! Some big Bulls taken north off Pescadero. Lots of schooling sized fish 5-12# south around the lighthouse, very spread..

Wahoo- Lots of bite off's. Four or five a day coming to the cleaning table. Most taken on Marlin Lures and Rapala's. It's been best from Pta Colorado to the Lighthouse on the first dropoff. 25-65#'s

Billfish- Stripers mixed with Sails. Lot's around , very spread. Not much fishing pressure, anglers targeting the billfish are scoring!

Roosterfish- As usual for this time of year, BIG GALLO's. $0-50#er's are common. Light house producing quite a few, ve5ry spread on all beach's. Lots around..



July 15 2018

Water-83-86 very warm for July, clear, flat mornings, afternoon south easterly wind..

Air- Highs in the low 90's, clear days, afternoon SE trade winds keeping afternoon and evenings cooler and pleasant..

Another good week of fishing! The Dorado bite continues to improve with more and bigger fish taken. Lots of Yellowfin outside and inside, not biting as aggressively as past weeks. Billfish are plentiful, Blues, Stripers and Sails all biting. Big Gallos to 60# being released daily. Big Pargo again this week with quite a few taken over 30#'s. Lots of good bait available, both Sardine and Caballito.. Lot's of big Bull Dorado this week..

Dorado- Very spread north and south. Big Bulls in the 50# class taken all week. Outside mixed with the tuna, off the lighthouse, and on the shark buoys off Punta Pescadero.. Both trolled and live bait working..

Yellowfin- Lots around , both inside and outside. Very slow on the bite this week. The larger fish are closer inside off the Light house and Rincon, 20- 50#'s, outside under the Porpise smaller fish mostly footballs. Boats fishing inside averaging one or two a day.. more smaller tuna 20-40 miles outside.

Billfish- Lot's of Stripers and Sails and an improved Blue bite. Very spread, not much fishing pressure..

Roosters and Pargo- Gallo's to 60#'s this week. Lot's around as usual for this time of year.. The best Pargo year I can recall.. At least five3 taken this week over 30#'s.. These are big Pargo...



July 22 2018

Water- A very warm 85-86# inside. Outside 91. Clean, clear, blue water

Air- Very pleasant. Highs in the high 80’s. Cooling afternoon breezes.

Very good fishing again this week. A little slow midweek, the bite really picked up the last couple of days. Nice sized Yellow fin, Dorado, Wahoo, a strong billfish bite and as usual this time of year, outstanding Rooster fishing.. very good fishing north toward La Paz.. most ranch boat fishing the La Ribera bank south to Rincon and scoring big tuna Dorado and lots of Stripers mixed with the occasional Blue. .. lots of good bait available..

Yellowfin- Trolled Hoochies and Cedar plugs and drift fishing live Sardine both working. The bigger fish being taken south of the lighthouse on Sardine.lts of 30-40#er’s. The past couple of days all boats are scoring. Yellowfin are also outside under Porpoise, really moving around..

Wahoo- the bite has really picked up the past few days. 4-5 a day coming in. No real size 12-55#’s. All on the troll. Rapalas, cedar plugs and Hoochies. Most taken off Punta Colorado.

Dorado- the Big fish taken in the Dorado Shoot Out yesterday was a 47.5# Bull. The really big Dorado are north of Punta Pescadero . Schooling Dorado and some nice Bulls are plentiful south in the same areas as the tuna and Wahoo. Hoochies, cedar plugs and Sardine all working.

Billfish- lots and lots of Striped Marlin mixed with some big mostly Black Marlin. We released 5 Stripers yesterday fishing in the tournament. Some BIG Blacks and Blues this week! A couple taken this week over 500#’s one over 600!,

Roosterfish. Big Gallo’s all week. Light fishing pressure. 40#er’s common.



Water- 86-88 inside, warmer outside to 90. Clear,clean, flat water.

Air- warm with highs in the 90’s. Cooling afternoon SE breezes.

Good consistent fishing all week. Limits of Dorado and Yellowfin for almost all anglers daily. Lots of Striped Marlin mixed with a few Blues. The occasional Wahoo. Lots of Roosterfish around. Very good bottom fishing with big Pargo and Amberjack biting again this week. Lots of good bait available, Sardine, Caballito, and some tube Mackerel.

Yellowfin- the bite has moved south. Most taken off the white cliffs south of Los Frailles..a few big fish, most 5-15#. Taken on Sardine and Hoochies. Some bigger fish to 50# taken off Rincon. Literally all anglers limiting.

Dorado- mostly small to medium sized fish. Again limits for almost all anglers. Mixed with the Yellowfin. The best Dorado fishing we’ve had in years. Live Sardine and trolled Hoochies working best.

Billfish- not much fishing pressure. Lots around. From LaRibera south from 2 to 15 miles offshore. Most taken on live Caballito and trolled Ballyhoo. Mostly Stripers mixed with Sails and Blues.

Roosterfish- very light fishing pressure. Lots around. 30-50# er’s common. All beach producing. Very spread.

Bottom- big Pargo and Amberjack again this week. Chunked Skipjack really working.


July 7 2019

Water- 80-81 inside, 83-85 outside. Warmer cleaner water inside this week. Warmer water outside holding the tuna. Afternoon Easterly wind. 

Air-  Unbelievably pleasant and cool for July. Highs in the 80’s. Cool mornings, nicest coolest July I can recall 

Another good week of fishing. The Yellowfin were on the bite, especially later in the week.  Some big Bull Dorado taken. Strong consistent Striped Marlin fishing mixed with quite a few Blues. Big Roosters in the 50# plus class are being released daily. Big Pargo and Amberjack are coming to the cleaning table daily. We even had a 27# Yellow tail taken this week! 

Yellowfin-  15-30 miles offshore, very spread pods of fast moving Porpise are holding tuna in the 15-50# range. Most boats limiting, especially later in the week. Taking fast trolled  bright Hoochies and chunk Squid. 

Billfish-  Lot’s around.. All boats targeting Marlin are releasing at least one fish. Mostly good sized Stripers in the 100-200# class. Quite a few a Blues release this week. A few Sails. From La Ribera To Frailles 1-6 miles off the beach. They are loving the Ballyhoo both trolled and cast bait. 

Dorado-  A few taken daily. This week a couple of big Bulls in the 50# range came in. The big Dorado are hitting the trolled Marlin lures. 

Inshore-  The Roosters have finally really started to bite. 50 plus # er’s are being released daily. The bottom fishing has been stellar with big Pargo 20-25# er’s are common. Big Amberjack and Grouper. We even had a 27# Yellow tail come in. A first in 80 degree water..

A good week!!

July 14 2019

Water-81-84, Clear and flat,  afternoon Easterly wind. 

Air- Warmer this week, still cooler than normal, very pleasant, low humidity, highs in the low 90’s 

Every week since early June continues to get better!  
A strong consistent Yellowfin bite,  lot’s of billfish, big Dorado and Huge Roosterfish all are biting aggressively. Good inshore fishing with big Pompano!

Yellowfin-  Under numerous fast moving pods of Porpoise spread north and south, 5-30 miles offshore. Chunk Squid, fast trolled Hoochies and Cedar plugs, and live mackerel and Caballito all working. Hoochies and Squid the most effective. All anglers finding the Porpoise are limiting. From 5-67#’s. 

Billfish-  Lot’s and lot’s of Stripers mixed with quite a few Blues and a few Sails. The drop off from La Ribera past Frailles is producing most of the fish. Some surprisingly close to the shore (within a half a mile)..  anglers targeting billfish are releasing at least one a day, most multiples. They love the Ballyhoo and are taking live Mackerel and Caballito. 

Dorado-  Some real quality fish from 30-55#’s coming in daily. A few school sized Dorado from 5-15. One or two big Bulls a day are being taken daily. Most of the big fish taken on trolled Ballyhoo and Marlin lures. 

Roosterfish-  whoppers this week! 50#er’s were released daily by most anglers targeting Gallos. An approximate 75# er was released off the beach on fly by our fly fishing guide Jeff De Brown. This  has to be the biggest Rooster off the beach on fly released anywhere in the world, this year for sure. 

Inshore- Big, Big Pompano...  as big as I’ve seen. 15-25#’s.  Pargo and Amberjack being taken daily. Not much pressure as most anglers targeting the Pelagics. 

July 21 2019

Water- 86-87. Clear blue water outside, calm flat mornings, strong afternoon easterly winds the last couple of days..

Air- Still very cool and pleasant for late July. Highs in the high 80’s - low 90’s..clear skies...

Another good week of fishing in the E Cape...
A very strong billfish bite all week, big Roosterfish in the 50 plus # class, released daily,
Yellowfin are plentiful outside under the Porpise and some big Tuna taken off Rincon daily. Some Dorado..

Roosterfish- Over the past three weeks the fishing has returned to our normal wide open July.. Gallo’s 50 to 75 pounds are being released daily. Biting both north and south. Very very good Roosterfishing.

Billfish- Lot’s of Striped Marlin mixed with quite a few Blues. Approximately one of every four fish released have been Blues. Fishing the Dorado Shootout every team I talked to had released at least one billfish. Off the drop off from La Ribera too Frailles. slow trolled Ballyhoo are the ticket.

Yellowfin- Very spread fast moving pods of Porpoise are holding the tuna 10-25 miles outside. Weather permitting almost all boats targeting tuna are scoring. Hoochies and chunk Squid working. Closer inside, off Rincon 1-3 miles off the beach. Anglers catching Yellowfin to 50#’s.. Squid and live Caballito effective inside.

Dorado- Dorado Shoot Out results...
25.1# Dorado took it all....
$170,000 plus a new Pick up!!
Chris “Smokey” Moyers and Can Doo Jimmy took home the money.

July 28 2019

Water-82-85. Cooler water inshore, warmer outside. Clear, flat, normal light afternoon easterly breezes.

Air- still cooler than normal, very pleasant, highs in the low 90’s. Afternoon rains in the sierras..

A good week of fishing. The Dorado bite has improved, still lots of Striped Marlin mixed with Blues and a few Sails. Much bigger tuna all taken this week, not as much quantity but bigger quality, the fish are closer to shore off Rincon. Big Roosterfish were released all week, 50# er’s were abundant. Not much fishing pressure inshore, anglers staying inside are catching big Pargo and Amberjack.

Billfish- All anglers targeting billfish are releasing at least one fish daily . Mostly Stripers, every fourth or fifth fish a Blue or Sailfish. Same area as last week, off the inshore bank down to Frailles.. Ballyhoo working best.

Dorado- A better week. Schools of fish in the 10-25# class mixed with a few bigger Bulls. Closer inside 1-3 miles off the lighthouse down to Rincon in the same areas as the tuna. Trolled Hoochies and live and chunk bait working.

Yellowfin- Off Rincon, close to Pulmo Park. 1-3 miles off the beach. Bigger fish to 60#. All taken on chunk Squid or live Caballito. Average fish 20-25#. Boats taking 2-5 fish daily.

Roosterfish- Big Gallo’s all week! Fifty pounders common. Very good fishing! All beach’s both north and south holding fish. Live Caballito working best. Anglers using fly are releasing lot’s of Roosters as well.

Inshore- Big Pargo to 30#, nice Amberjack and big Pompano are all biting aggressively.. not much fishing pressure.

July 05 2020

Water- 83-85. Clear, flat, light afternoon SE breezes.

Air- Clear skies, highs in the low 90’s. Our first real rain of the year Tuesday.

Another very good week of fishing. All boats targeting Marlin are releasing at least five a day! Very big Roosterfish to 90 #’s are being released daily. All anglers fishing inside are releasing multiple fish. Football sized Yellowfin tuna are outside under the Porpoise and much larger tuna in the 30-50# range are being taken off the lighthouse. Some big bull Dorado to 50#’s are coming in all taken on Marlin lures. Very consistent fishing all week.

Striped Marlin- 5-10 miles off the lighthouse.. about 50/50 taken on Ballyhoo and Marlin lures. All boats releasing at least three some as many as ten. Lots and lots of Stripers around.

Yellowfin- Big tuna in the 30-50# range taken off the lighthouse on the Rincon side. Taking live Caballito and chunk Squid. Solitary fish not schooling patient anglers are picking up one or two a day. Outside 10-20 miles off Pulmo Park pods of Porpoise are holding lot’s of football to 20# tuna, anglers finding them are limiting. Hoochies Cedar plugs and Squid are working.

Roosterfish- Whoppers !! Lot’s around 50#er’s are common a few released over 80#. Off the lighthouse best. Live Caballito are the bait of choice.

Dorado- not many this week. The ones that came in were big 39-50#’s. Taking trolled Marlin Lures and Cedar Plugs. In the same areas as the Marlin.

Check out the photos on our website.

July 12 2020

Water- 84-88. Warmer than normal for this time of year. Much warmer water north of Pescadero, cooler water south of Frailles, some wind midweek. Clear flat water the past couple of days.

Air- Clear skies, windy afternoons Thursday and Friday. Highs in the low 90’s.

Another week of very good fishing... Lots of Striped Marlin, Yellowfin, and Big Roosterfish. The tuna are outside under pods of Porpoise, most anglers are limiting daily. The Stripers are biting aggressively with multiple releases normal. Big Gallo’s around the lighthouse are plentiful. Not many but some big Dorado are being taken on Marlin lures and on Squid and live bait off the shark buoys.

Yellowfin- Very spread 10-30 miles out due East. Large, multiple schools of Porpoise are holding tuna from football size to 100#. When the tuna are biting limits are normal.
Hoochies, Cedar plugs and chunk Squid are all working.

Stripers- Lots and lot’s around, one boat released 15 in one day! Inside off La Ribera and outside mixed with the tuna. Trolled Ballyhoo and lures are catching the fish.

Roosterfish- Less fishing pressure this week. Big Gallo’s to 80 plus pounds are being released daily. The Rincon side of the lighthouse producing the most fish. Live Caballito by far the best bait.

Check out this weeks photos on our website..

July 19 2020

Water- 84-86 very warm for July.. the water is even warmer further north and outside, much cooler water drops into the 70’s south of Frailles. Clear, clean blue water. Afternoon SE breezes.

Air- Clear skies, cool mornings, warm afternoons, highs in the low 90’s.

Another very good week of fishing! Very similar to last week, Good news! Dorado showed up late in the week. We are now enjoying a a wide open Yellowfin, Striped Marlin and Roosterfish bite. With the Dorado finally on the scene and biting aggressively, this coming week should bring us some exceptional fishing!
The Tuna are still under the Porpoise, but closer inside and bigger. Stripers are abundant, one boat released 5 in a day. The average Roosterfish is around 40#’s. Several Dorado were taken yesterday in the 20-40# range.

The Dorado Shootout yesterday produced some nice fish, over 100 teams this year.
1. 54.9#
2. 48#
3. 30#.

Yellowfin- most anglers targeting tuna are limiting. The tuna are under Porpoise from 2-20 miles off, due East. Much closer this week. The fish are larger lot’s of 20-35#’s. Taking Hoochies, Cedar plugs and Squid. Anglers are taking lot’s of full coolers north!
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Dorado- Showing in good numbers in the last couple of days. Best north of Pescadero. Some big fish to 50#. Taking Squid, Hoochies, live Sardine, caballito and feathers.

Roosterfish- not a lot of fishing pressure as most anglers going for the tuna and Dorado. Lot’s of big Gallo’s. Honestly the average fish from 30-40#. Some bumping 100#’s! Around the lighthouse best, all beach’s producing giant Roosterfish.

Striped Marlin- Lot’s around, very spread both north and south. Almost all boats releasing at least one in the course of a days fishing. One boat released 5 in a day. Taking all lures and really going for the Ballyhoo.

July 26 2020

Water- 85-87. Very warm water for July. Clear, blue, windy afternoons midweek.

Air- light rain Wednesday cooled things down. Beautiful, weather highs in the 80’s.

Another very, very good week of fishing. Very similar to last week, but improved as the Dorado have finally shown up! Limits of Yellowfin, under the Porpoise, multiple schools spread both inshore and outside. The Dorado are very spread as well, any floating structure holding nice fish to 45#. Lot’s and lots of Striped Marlin mixed with Sailfish, and a number of Blues released this week! Huge Roosterfish! The average Gallo 30-40#’s. Some close to 100#’s released this week.

Dorado- Finally! A very good bite all week. Big solitary Bulls and lot’s of schooling fish. Any floating debris and shark buoys holding some nice fish. Caballito, Squid, Ballyhoo and trolled feathers all working.

Yellowfin- Multiple Pods of Porpoise both inside and outside holding lot’s of tuna. Most anglers limiting daily. Also some 20-40 Yellowfin mixed with the Roosterfish close to the beach. Trolled Hoochies and Cedar plugs. Squid working as well..

Billfish- Lot’s and lot’s of Striped Marlin mixed with Sails and some Blues being released. Very spread, best within 5 miles of the beach. Live Caballito working and they love trolled Ballyhoo..

Roosterfish- Exceptional Gallo fishing. Big fish!! The lighthouse producing the most fish. 30-50#er’s common some to 100#. All anglers scoring. Live Caballito by far the best bait. Quite a few taken off the beach on the fly.

Another good week! Check out the fotos on our website.

July 04 2021

Water- 83-84 rough Tuesday and Wednesday, flat and clear the rest of the week.

Air- Nice weather, the storm Tuesday night really cooled it down. Highs in the mid 80’s, afternoon breezes.

Very good fishing again this week. Very similar to last week. Limits on Yellowfin, lots and lots of Striped Marlin in close. Big Roosters, some big Pargo, nice sized Pompano and whooper Amberjack to 60#’s. A couple of nice Wahoo were taken this week as well.

Yellowfin- Under the Porpoise around 20 miles offshore. Limits all anglers, footballs to 40#’s. Bright Hoochies working best.

Billfish- Unbelievable numbers of Stripers very close inside 2-4 miles off the beach. Best from La Ribera to the lighthouse. A few Sails and Blues are showing up. All boats targeting are enjoying multiple releases. Ballyhoo working best some on plastic.

Roosterfish- larger bait is the ticket for the big Gorillas. Mullet is the best bait for the big guys, Sardine are also working well. The water is clearer and the Gallos are more plentiful from Punta Colorado up to Punta Pescadero.

Bottom- Big Amberjack, nice Pompano, Pargo and a few big Grouper. A couple of Wahoo taken off the bottom as well. Best fishing off the lighthouse and the first drop off in front of Punta Colorado.. LIVE sardine the best bait.

July 11 2021

Water- 85-86 clear and clean, a little bumpy a couple of days but fishable all week.

Air- Cool for July, very pleasant weather, highs in the 80’s.

Another good week of fishing on the E Cape. Wide open Bill fishing, lots of Stripers with Sails and Blues mixed in. Big Roosterfish released daily. The Yellowfin are biting, Our best week this year for Dorado. Lots of Pompano, Pargo, And some nice Amberjack. Very consistent fishing all week.

Billfish- All anglers targeting are releasing at least one with most multiples. A few Sails and the Blues have arrived with quite a few released this week. Very close inside 2-5 miles off the beach. Trolled Ballyhoo and darker lures are working.

Yellowfin- The tuna are now much closer to shore, bunched up around Rincon close to the park boundary. Drift fishing live Sardine is producing tuna from 5-30#’s.

Dorado- Our best week of the year? Mixed with the tuna and taking Sardine, also taking trolled feathers and Hoochies close inshore. The lighthouse has been producing some nice fish. 5-30#’s.

Roosterfish- Some big Gallo’s this week. Along all beach’s. Best from Punta Colorado North. Sardine is working for smaller fish, live Caballito and Mullet are taking the bigger guys. 50#er’s common, a couple well over 70#’s.

Inside- Still very good bottom fishing. The water deeper is much cooler and producing nice fish. Yellowtail in July! Some big Amberjack, lots of Pompano and Pargo.

July 25, 2021

Water- 88*. Clear blue water, flat mornings with afternoon ESE breezes

Air- warming up. Clear skies cooler afternoons with light winds.

A good week of fishing. Lots and lots of billfish close inshore. The Yellowfin are under the Porpoise 5-50 miles off shore. Big Dorado this week. Some really big Pargo coming off the bottom. Jill & Dean Cadmus from Reno caught and released 6 Marlin in one day all on the fly!! This has to be some kind of fly fishing record!!
They fished with guide Jeff DeBrown and Captain Raul on our boat Jackpot.

Check out the video on our website or Facebook..

Billfish- incredible numbers very close to the beach right in front of the hotel and La Ribera. Mostly Stripers mixed with Sails and quite a few Blues. Taking Ballyhoo and Flies.

Dorado- an unimproved week! Lots of smaller fish mixed with some big Bulls! 30-40#er’s are coming in daily.

Yellowfin- under the Porpoise. Mostly footballs taking live Sardine. Some big fish to 80#’s taken at the park border. All on Sardine.

Bottom and Roosterfish- the lighthouse and directly off Punta Colorado is producing big Pargo to 35#’s mixed with nice sized Amberjack. Big Gallos are biting larger bait, Lisas and caballito. Best fish in front of the Ranch and North beaches.

Check out the photos and videos on Facebook and our website!!

July 10, 2022

Water- 82-84*. Clear flat clean water. Some afternoon SE breezes. Colder water hugging the shore, the water is much warmer outside.

Air- Very pleasant for July, much cooler than normal. Highs in the 80’s. Clear skies with light afternoon winds.

Another week of excellent fishing! A consistent Yellowfin bite, lots of Dorado, Striped Marlin and Sails with a couple of nice Blues mixed in. Very very good Roosterfishing.
All anglers scoring their species of choice! The water is colder than normal, with a band of cooler water hugging the shore along the E Cape beach’s.

Yellowfin- The tuna are under lots of smaller pods of Porpoise from 5 to 40 miles offshore. The smaller, spread schools keep the boats from bunching up on one school and keep the fish biting. Lots of tuna from 10-15#’s with a few to 40#. Limits for almost all anglers. Taking Cedar plugs and bright hoochies..

Billfish- A very strong bite for Stripers mixed with Sails and a few Blues are being taken. Mostly on the inside banks 2-5 miles off the beach, some outside mixed with the tuna. All boats targeting releasing at least one with most enjoying multiple releases.
Loving the Ballyhoo!

Dorado- Lots of big Bulls to 50#’s. More smaller schooling Dorado taken this week. The smaller fish are inside mixed with the billfish with most of the big Bulls taken outside mixed with the tuna. Taking Ballyhoo and trolled baits.

Roosterfish- Big Gallos the week! Not much pressure as most anglers heading outside. Lots of fish between 50-75#’s released. Really really good Roosterfishing for the last month. The lighthouse and Rincon producing the biggest fish. Caballito working best.

Inshore- Not many anglers fishing the bottom. A strong Amberjack, Pargo bite with some big Grouper coming off the bottom. Chunk Squid and Bonito the best baits.

July 17, 2022

Water- 82-84*. Clear, flat. Last couple of days midday SE winds.

Air- Warmer this week. Highs in the low 90’s. Clear skies.

I did not think the fishing could get much better than last week! I was wrong!!
This week was a truly spectacular almost unbelievable fishing week!!
Literally every popular species of gamefish was biting ..
Wahoo to 65#’s arrived, the Roosterfish were a lot bigger than last week with lots released in the 50-80# class. Limits of Yellowfin for all anglers targeting tuna, big, big Bull Dorado to 57#’s were taken daily. A wide open billfish bite with multiple releases ( one boat released 10 in a day), lots of Sailfish mixed with Stripers and Blues. Truly incredible fishing!!

Dorado- Lots of big Bulls! The Dorado Shootout was yesterday with a 57# er the winner. Esaul Valdez took home a new 4-4 pickup and $275,000. 45 Dorado over 30#’s were weighed. Most of the Bulls were taken north of Pescadero off the shark buoys. Huge Dorado this week!

Wahoo- Some nice fish taken to 65#’s this week. Most taken between Punta Colorado and the Lighthouse. Almost all on Rapalas. Very few boats are fishing inside as most are targeting the tuna outside.

Yellowfin- Almost everyday anglers going for the tuna are limiting on 10-40#ers. Under numerous fast moving small pods of Porpoise from 5-40 miles offshore. Taking Hoochies, Cedar plugs, Tuna Feathers and live bait.

Billfish- Lots and lots of Marlin and Sailfish! All boats targeting are enjoying multiple releases. Some big Blues in the mix. Off the inner banks 3-7 miles offshore. Some further out but most concentrated inside. A couple of boats tied into some big Blues and got broken off. The Bisbee is two weeks away. Taking slow trolled Ballyhoo, live Caballito and lures.

Roosterfish- Big Gorillas to 90#’s. Lots released over 50#’s. Bigger than last week. Light fishing pressure as most boats going outside. Around the lighthouse into Rincon bay is the hot spot. Taking mullet and Caballito.

It doesn’t get much better than this! Check out our photos on Facebook or the ranch website..

July 24, 2022

Better than last week. More Bull Dorado this week, about one female in every 10 taken. 30-50#ers common. Strong billfish bite.. The boats have tied into some big Blues. Yellowfin about same size 10-20#’s. Limit almost all anglers. Big Big Gallos 50# common. We had a good rain yesterday. First of the season.

July 31, 2022

Water- 84-86*. Clear flat water, normal afternoon SE breezes.

Air- Very pleasant and cool for late July. Highs in the low 90’s.

The E Cape has had over six weeks of extraordinary fishing! This weeks report is very similar to the past months reports. Literally every major gamefish that the E Cape provides over a season is biting aggressively! Billfish ( Stripers, Sails, and Blues), Yellowfin Tuna, big Dorado, Wahoo, huge Roosterfish and all the normal bottom fish are being taken or released daily! This is the best season of fishing I can recall.

Yellowfin- The tuna are under spread, fast moving pods of Porpoise from 5 to 40 miles offshore. the fish are a little bigger this week from 7-40#’s. Limits almost all anglers. Taking bright Hoochies, Cedar plugs, Tuna feathers.. Most boats getting multiple hookups with all lines taking fish.

Wahoo- Fish from 20-70#’s being taken. The Wahoo were biting on the inside drop off between Punta Colorado and the Lighthouse last week. This week the fish are biting further south off the white cliffs by Vinaramas. The are taking Rapalas and Marauders.

Dorado- More Dorado taken this week. We are still catching the big solitary Bulls to 50# plus. A lot more schooling sized fish from 10-40#’s being taken. Most of the Dorado are biting closer within 5 miles off the beach, a few mixed with the tuna outside. Most taken on trolled feathers and Hoochies, a few on live bait.

Roosterfish- Anglers are limiting on the tuna early and coming inside for the Gallo’s. Big Roosters to 70# plus are common. Spread along most E Capes beach’s. Best off the Lighthouse and around the corner in RinCon Bay. Taking Caballito and Mullet. Quite a few on flies.

Billfish- A very strong Marlin bite with quite a few Blues. The timing is good with the E Cape Bisbee starting this Wednesday. Our fleet Captains are tying into big Billfish daily, lots of break offs and stripped reels. Best fishing on the inside drop offs 3-7 miles off the beach. The Blues are taking live skipjack and large trolled lures. Lots of Stripers and Sails on slow trolled Ballyhoo.

Inshore- A few boats are fishing the bottom. Nice sized Pargo, Grouper, Amberjack and even a few nice sized Yellowtail are all biting. Chunk Skipjack, Squid, live Cabbalito and Mullet all working.

Another awesome week!!