Another great month has come to an end, showing some promising days ahead in September. With some pretty stable weather, we’re getting closer to the end of hurricane season, so this can only mean good weather windows to plan blitz fishing trips and spearfishing strike missions. We also just had a full moon last week, and we’ve seen some interesting fish movements and activity that has shifted a little bit towards the southern part of Cerralvo island, where wahoo, tuna, dorado and the occasional marlin have been biting the hook.
The Tuna seemed to downsize just a little bit, but that doesn’t make the meat any less tasty! Dorado have been hungry lately, biting even without live bait, which takes us to the few Marlin we’ve caught, after a quick picture it’s time to be released back into the water, according to some of our best fishing practices, we’ve always cared about our waters and will continue doing so.
Some of our exploratory missions with the spearos yielded only a couple of small fish, but we struck luck on the last day and ran into a school of Dorado, which was plentiful enough to take a couple shots and get one last tasty fish meal in before the completion of our guest’s trip. We’re doing some behind the scenes work right now but we will come up with some exciting news about our fleet and our upcoming fishing camp on the Pacific.