Fished San Carlos, Sonora last fri-sun. Tons of stripers and small to medium dorado around 15-25 miles out (biggest we landed was pushing 20 lost a couple that looked 25-30. Saw a few sails and hooked a nice blue for a minute but it made quick work of the thin leadered dorado feather it hit. Ballyhoos are key and those doing the best are running circle hook rigs with the reels on free spool, clicker on, and using quick snaps to hold the line. We had a few jig strikes after running out of bait but it was a night and day difference in the amount of action we got. There's fish everywhere but our best fishing was around 15 miles out on the 170. We'll be back this weekend, not fishing the tournament but it'll be interesting to see what comes in. Rumor is a boat lost a 400 blue and landed a 240 on Sunday. Grew up fishing down there in the 90s and I had heard the warm water fishing had gotten pretty bad for several years. Seems like we picked a good year to buy a boat down there, had a fantastic yellowtail season this spring and this weekend was some of the best fishing I've ever had anywhere. Sunday morning we left the marina at 530 so we could get back early and hit the road. We landed 7 dorado and 2 marlin before 9 am. 5 of the dorado came from one stop and the marlin came from a triple hookup. Back at the marina by 930, packed up had a nice breakfast and were back in the US by 4pm. That's the good life!