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Poncho Poncho out yesterday going south 5-18miles lost two marlin and a few small dorado around, another boat at the island some yellowtail, but a late bite..ended up with two...Going tomorrow will update later..thank you Jon and Jen

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Abel out yesterday, went south lost two nice dorado and kept one small dorado and released one sail...Just a update...Will be going on a multi day next week so will keep you updated...thank you Jon and Jen
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Several boats reporting billfish....no reports of any dorado, some action at 200  at 5 miles...but as you all know that's fishing and every day is different...will post later today when I get reports back in....Jon and Jen  
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Water was good yesterday, some sagaso patches but nothing to big, few fish around but all juveniles, lost one medium size dorado, and released one small marlin  a lot of small fish coming thru....Great to see ..the lil guys will grow up someday...will add later today...thanks Jon and Jen
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Poncho Poncho and D&D did well yesterday, catching and releasing a lot of juvenile dorado...they found a large Sagasso patch holding a large school of dorado... its May fishing, hopefully fishing will get back to normal...also one sail and some small marlin thru...all on ballyhoo...

Heading across today for the weekend will post what we find...Tortuga, Mulege and south in the channel..Jon and Jen
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Headed across last night with our Dr. and his friends, will be a interesting trip...last trip was full of great memories, big bull at day break with no one awake, multi hook ups of sails, severall marlin releases, seeing Conception bay, diving for clams and a full moon...Will report when they check in later this evening from Mulege..Jon aND jEN

 PONCHO PONCHO OUT TODAY...WILL REPORT HOW ABEL DOES...
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Poncho Poncho out yesterday doing well with two stripers and releasing a number of little dorado...sure everyone has read it but attached is the History of Dorado...Very interesting they start producing at 20in or so..

http://dolphintagging.homestead.com/History.html

Abel over in La Paz says same fishing as here small dorado and some sails....D&D out today so will know add later....
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D&D out yesterday on a half day....lost two small marlin at the boat...got some small dorado, keeping one bigger little bull for dinner....

Andale back from the  Baja, small dorado, cabria and they said not a lot fish...Dr says it was like a desert out there he is comparing to years past..hopefully its just early in the season...saw more fish close to San Carlos than the rest of the trip....having a great time in Conception bay...for the Drs. no phones, no people and just the water is relaxing for them....
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A little bumpy out there yesterday, this north wind is driving the warm water south and making things a little  tougher...am out  for the next two days so we will see where there at...south, west, east or north...JJ
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Finally found the fish yesterday, at least keeping things busy, should be a good day for the ladies...Will post later today about whats out there....No Dorado!!!
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Poncho Poncho, found the dorado today releasing a bunch and keeping enough for dinner, no marlin today...

Andale getting into the dorado catching and releasing the lil guys...Yesterday releasing a stripe marlin today nada...Where there is dorado there are normally marlin close by...Out again tomorrow will report with whats up..

We had D&D out today, catching a few bottom and enjoying our great ceviche in Marini cove summer is alomost here for all...thank you Jon and Jen
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Hi All,
Everyone is catching fish, marlin, dorado.. the dorado are small but in great numbers which is fantastic and a lot of us are releasing the females.. The ladies tournament this weekend saw no weighable dorado..Winner catching four marlin all on lures second and third two marlin and one sail..
 
In years past as soon as we start getting fish and all the charter boats are getting fish the shrimp boats show up and in one evening and night and the fish are gone/and or a gauntlet of long lines set up for the fish cannot get thru..What does it take to stop the greed of the big boats and or long liners and realize how fishing plays a big part of the total economy, rooms, meals, bait, fish and charter boats.. Cabo has stopped most of it, La Paz is trying as we are.. World Aquariums idea of a sanctuary in fromt of San Carlos is a fantastic way to help recover the fish population...sorry to vent folks but its important to all of us, Mexican, gringo and all us are alike..jonjen
 
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All you need to do is listen to the Mexican captains and dock workers to know they totally agree with Jon. They realize that the commercial fishermen have families to feed as well and I think most at one time or other worked those same boats. They grumble and much worse when they see one coming in close near dark. They also know and talk about them taking everything in their path no matter what size. I've heard them talk about laws as to how far they need to stay out to imposing a full year ban on fishing to prison time for long liners. There are a lot of people directly and indirectly effected by the fishery here, local and visiting Mexican and gringo alike. IMHO It's just getting tougher and tougher to say that San Carlos is a little fishing Village with a drinking problem, LOL. Ynot/Ron
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Shrimp boats?

Conspiracy theory. Well, first El Nino has relocated the already over fished sardine population that doesn't get the freshwater nutrients that it use to .. and well, overfished. All the commercial boats net the other fish up. International boats take all the dorado on major longlines and purse seigning good areas and FADs, then large and small Mexican longliners, panga longliners from shrimp boat motherships, and then inshore panga tactics to get the babies, and finally ruthless private boat fishermen. So... let's just hope it's still mainly El Nino, which is a big factor in lack of sargasso growth, which attracts flying fish , and has redistributed the bait supplies... because good luck changing the rest.
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