We just returned from another fishing trip, We took 24 Anglers into the Sea of Cortez, we had a great weather, went to San Francisquito to make bait, we did good the first night the second night we could not make bait because the full moon phase, San Lorenzo reef was wide open bait in Yellowtails up to 25-lbs, the big grouper was caught at Snake Island, and weight 66-lbs, lots a Spotted Bass were caugth at the east side of La Guardia Island on cut bait, Enchanted Islands are slow some Nice pargos thats all, Dorados just start to show up, we still using the dropper loop style, jigs, and Mirror-lures, some feathers for troll.
This is the fish count for this trip, fishing same areas, with good weather, warmer and humid, few very nice groupers, lots a Yellowtails, most from San Lorenzo Island, San Esteban Island, San Francisquito Bay.
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We just back from another fishing trip into the Sea of Cortez, this time we take 27 anglers in the best spots of the middrif Islands, White Sea Bass still biting good in San Francisquito Bay, Two big Black Sea Bass were caught in this area too. We had a good weather, We fish Partida Island Salsipuedes Island San Francisquito We spend two days in this area to give everybody chance to catch a big fish, lots a big fish were landed in this area but lots a big fish broke the line s too. we still catching live bait, Dorados start to show but up in smaller numbers so far, but they will be here next months for sure, see you next report.
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This is the report straight from Tony;
Hi Tom, We just back from another fishing trip, This time we take 26 Anglers to fish into the Sea of Cortez, fishing was good, lots a Yellowtails on San Francisquito area, We stay couple days fishing San Francisquito area because the fishing was so good, we caught plenty live bait, big White Sea Bass up to 60-lbs were caught at this area also lots a big Yellowtails up to 32-lbs were biting the live bait, this week we had strong currents, so fishing in 250-ft of water was not to easy, one big Stripe/ Marlin (190-lbs) was caught here also, Tom Watson from Temecula CA. Caugth the biggest White Sea Bass 60-lbs. Lots a big Cabrillas were caught along the Islands In Refugio Island plenty a medium Yellowtails and Cabrillas Trolling were caught there, last day on the Enchanted Island produced two Medium Groupers up to 40-lbs and some Cabrillas, Weather it is getting warmer and humid, recommend to bring more DX Lures Green/Yellow, Mirror-Lures, Pink, Orange, Blue etc. Plenty 16-Oz. Sinkers, Hooks for bait 7/0 8/0 etc.
Tony Reyes and the Sea of Cortez deliver again
Heading back to the Tony Reyes one night last week after another awesome day of fishing we were talking about what color the sunset was, and how you would describe it to someone, we came to the conclusion that pictures or descriptions don’t really do it justice, you have to be there to really appreciate it but here is kind of what it looks like.
The other thing you have to experience in order to really understand is a week aboard the Tony Reyes for some of the best fishing you will ever experience, the 27 anglers that were on the annual Steve Enright charter were very excited to get the experience under way, as usual most of the faces were familiar with a few new additions and few subtractions, Ted Windom who had been a regular on our charter lost his battle to cancer a few weeks before our charter and was and will be sorely missed, he was always a joy to fish with and be around, he brought an infectious joy for life and fishing that spread to those around him.
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