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April 11, 2011

Cabo Fishing Report, April 11

C'mon Dorados!!

Cabo Fishing Report, April 11
Slogging through it. C'mon Dorados, annual migration is coming to an end. The Dorado are returning to the outer northern banks of the east cape and continue to move south in greater numbers. We are in the tail end of the slow season and are geared up to head back off shore. The inshore bite has been the saving grace over the last month, with nice Yellowtail in the 30Lb range. Sierras are steady and smaller roosters are available. The occasional Dorado is being picked up on the troll. Yellowfin tuna are few and are very far offshore. The striped marlin are easy to find, they are just very picky eaters. Plan on baiting 15 before you get a strike. As always stick with guys that will work hard, hit the inshore bite early on the way out and then again on the way back in. Keep active fish multiple locations and run a variety of gear as the bonita are thick offshore and are great to keep some rods bent while you are baiting stubborn billfish!!