Scorpion Sportfishing East Cape Report - April 20, 2019 As I sit here writing this report, it is now around 80 degrees and a beautiful calm day. This after another week of windy days. While the North wind has continued to blow much later this year than last, it looks like next week is going to get more into the spring/summer mode with hotter temps and less wind. That is just what the East Cape needs to get going. As far as fishing goes, with the wind and colder than normal water, there has not been much to hang your hat on. Sure, there have been a couple tuna caught. Some wahoo and yellowtail up around Isla Cerralvo. A marlin here and there. But, besides the roosterfish, the East Cape has yet to wake up. That is not necessarily a bad thing. When the water heats up too quickly it can bring fishing to a standstill by late summer. Personally, I think the 2019 season is going to be a great one. I looked back on catches from last April and saw that we were well on our way with nice sized yellowfin tuna, striped marlin and big model roosters already on the chew. That should all be on the way soon. All it takes is couple of warm calm days and the fishing could bust out any day. In fact, if you look back to the last El Nino year (2019 is an El Nino year), 2014 was an epic season on the East Cape with big dorado, big tuna, big roosterfish, wahoo and plenty of marlin. We expect more of the same this summer and into the fall. Don't miss out on what promises to be a great season on the East Cape. Book early with the professionals at Scorpion Sportfishing and get ready to pull on some fish! Visit www.scorpionsportfishing.com to reserve your dates aboard the East Cape's hottest boats Scorpion and El Regalo. April 2018 Saw Early Action 2014 EL NINO Year was Epic!