Pisces Fishing Report: January 10 – 16, 2015

Pisces Fishing Report January

Overall Catch Success Rate All Species Combined 100%

Numbers at a glance:
Billfish 15%
Dorado 85%
Tuna 13%
Other 21%

It’s amazing what the water temperature can do. According to the team at Pisces Sportfishing, the Cabo water temperatures are higher than normal, and that those temperatures may be the cause of the slower than normal marlin catches. The warmer the water, the more likely Marlin with stay lower in the water to feed. Unfortunate for those looking to reel them in last week. That said, there were still a few good Marlin catches with weights in the triple digits.

As for other species, let’s talk about the dorados. Man, was it a great week for dorados. Pisces reported that “eighty five percent of our boats [hooked] up between one and twenty fish up to 30 lbs., giving us a total of 241 fish caught, with many released.”

The Yahoo had great luck with the wahoo catching 3 that were up to 40 lbs. each. Yahoo anglers also reeled in six dorados, some yellowtail, amberjacks, and a few skipjacks.

LOCATION:

Pacific, Old Lighthouse to Golden Gate.
WEATHER:
Skies partly cloudy with some light rain showers, seas calm.
AVERAGE WATER TEMP:
75 F
BEST LURES:
Live caballito, green, blue & white, cedar plugs.

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