Tony Reyes Fish Reports

Fishing Reports from Tony Reyes Excursions in the Sea of Cortez-

tony reyes

November 4th 2017

Trip report with the charter master Jeff with Phenix Rods, we had great weather into the Sea of Cortez this week, catching lots a Cabrilla up to 24-lbs and Grouper, and Yellowtail, fishing the best places in the area produced, limits on Cabrilla and Yellowtail. Fishing on cut bait, live bait, and trolling along the shore permitted us to experience a great trip, we had customers from Canada who had a very nice first impression of these trips, catching plenty live bait on the nights, and lots a fish during the day, some big White Sea Bass were caught for one panga, other a big Cabrilla, other Big Pargo had everybody excited.  We moved the boat a lot this trip and had the opportunity to fish many productive areas.

 Total Count-

YELLOWTAIL                         567

CABRILLA                              393

GROUPER                             3

PARGO                                  134

BROOM TAIL CABRILLA       29

SHEEP HEAD                          12

MANY SMALLER FISH WERE RELEASED ON THIS TRIP TO GROW UP.

 Tony Reyes 2017

 

October 28, 2017

Departed San Felipe with moderate winds. 

Heading to La Partida island where we started our fishing trip, catching some Pargo, Cabrilla and a mixed bag of bottom fish, later in the day we moved to Las Animas Island fishing for the afternoon.

Overnight we moved to San Esteban Island, where we stayed for a couple of days, protected from the strong Santa Ana winds.  Fishing was good for Cabrilla, a couple big Groupers, and Yellowtail.

When the wind backed off we moved to San Lorenzo Island. Fishing the South point area, lots a fish were caught throughout the day.

In the evening we began the long run to the La Guardia Island.  We reached Refugio point we got there in time to make live bait, and fish this extraordinary area.  Cabrilla and Yellowtails were landed here.  Smaller Yellowtail, but good size cabrilla. 

The last day it was on to Enchanted Island where fishing was slow, only couple boats did well here, we finished another good trip with lots of satisfied customers.

We are waiting for the next group.  Saludos

Count Totals- 

372        CABRILLA                         UP TO 18-LBS

299        YELLOWTAIL                    UP TO 28-LBS

85          SPOTTED BASS                 UP TO 6-LBS

55          PARGOS (A FEW BARRED ) UP TO 20-LBS

3            GROUPER                        75-120 LBS

3            SHEEP HEAD                        UP TO 12-LBS

6            BROOM TAIL           UP TO 12-LBS

LOTS OF MISCELLANEOUS FISH WERE RELEASED FOR SUSTAINABLE PURPOSES