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April 03, 2009

RedRum Sportfishing - Cabo Daily Report

April 3rd, 2009

It's sunny once again in Cabo at 79 degrees on land and 72-73 degrees Fahrenheit in the water. A bit windy on land (15 mph coming from SSE) and even windier on the water, a few of our new friends came back looking a little soaked. Almost made Senator Steve miss the weather back home: the perfect cold drizzle of Washington D.C. Steve along with eight of his buddies were out on 33' El Nuevo and 32' RedBeam and scored 3 dorado. Of course they had to come back to pick up some RedRum merchandise to show off their skills. Even for 8 guys 3 Dorado can be a bit much to finish for dinner and so they kindly made a donation to our crew. Thanks guys!

Picking a fight with a Mako shark and successfully reeling in 2 marlin was Mike Stalka and his two daughters. Mike was mostly chaperoning for the day, helping his girls reel in the big ones. Omar and Americo took the family out today on our 28' ReelRum heading east to the sea of Cortez. The action started 33 miles out, a nice hour and a half to work on the suntan and gaze at the leaping whales still gracing our waters. At seven and twelve years old, there's no doubt that Claire and Anna will grow up to be tough fisherwomen.

Some couples find romance in Cabo at a quiet beach while others like Tom and Caitlyn McCoy and Forest and Amy Glaser headed to the choppy waters of Baja. There's nothing more romantic than reeling in your own dinner for these couples. Reaching Gordo banks at about 10am on our 32' RumRunning, Javier and Manuel knew right where to catch the dorado. And of course, the girls had to show their boys how its done.

Just to show that a little wind doesn't scare our fleet!