Thursday, July 19, 2012

Z Fish Report (7/19/12)

John Wilson from Idaho fished one day with Cheva on the
panga Dos Hermanos II for this bright rooster
The incredibly warm blue water is only a few yards off the beach all up and down the coast. Amazingly, the average surface temperature is 85 degrees, with some warmer 88 degree water areas further offshore.
The offshore fishing has picked up just a bit, but nothing to get too excited about. A few sailfish are being caught, as well as a few dorado.
Tiffanie Gupton with the largest of 7 they got that day while
fishing with Adolfo up near Pantla
The main action is still the roosters and jack crevalle, with Adolfo on the panga Dos Hermanos getting most of the few clients here fishing. Adolfo, fishing every day this week, has picked up between 7 and 12 roosters every day. He is fishing the areas to the south and down below the river mouth at Valentine.
Brian Gupton with another
Zig Ziegler, Marcos Daccarett, and Kelly Gilchrest from Idaho fished with Adolfo for two days for a total of 19 roosters.

They even had a double, but again, hers was the largest

Ed Kunze (IGFA Representative)