Category 2, “Olaf,” landed near San Jose del Cabo at 10:00 p.m. Thursday with 100 mph winds, according to the U.S.-based National Hurricane Center (NHC). The Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) said that Olaf’s heavy rains and winds in the state of Baja California Sur affected 205,866 users.
The cow-sized yellowfin tuna were in the count. The charter fleet and private boats found some smaller yellowfin tuna a bit farther offshore, leading into September, which shaped up to be a hot month for fishing!
Fishing days aboard Pisces 46′ La Chingona: Big bull mahi-mahi and blue marlin released, too…Rebecca Ehrenberg, Pisces Sportfishing Fleet.
The turtle season is underway and the dedicated Araiza brothers have already collected approximately 14,000 baby turtle eggs from the 140 nests they have uncovered! And it’s only mid-August.
A 50-bull dorado on PISCES SPORTFISHING 66’ Reels n Dirt;
This was the last fish and the LARGEST fish of the day and of the entire Bisbee East Cape Offshore
The 2-2 fantastic East Cape Offshore Tournament gets underway today with Registration at 3-PM
Earth Ocean Farms (EOF), with the support of the federal and local governments, released 20,000 juvenile Totoaba, raised through sustainable aquaculture practices, as part of the yearly effort to restock the Gulf of California. This release adds up to other efforts carried out by EOF, resulting in the restocking of over 140,000 totoabas since the aquaculture company was created in 2014.
Team Juampi and angler Daniel Diestro from La Paz, B.C.S., Mexico, take the 2021 Dorado Shoot Out with their 46.6-pound dorado. In addition, they won a 2021 Volkswagen 4×4 Amarok and all the Jackpots worth a grand total of $142,205.
Thousands, maybe millions of sardina discovered on 9-mile stretch of the shoreline of Vizcaino Bay. Along with lobster, sea bass, and other species. According to local fisherman and head of fisherman’s union. The phenomena was probably caused by extraordinarily high sea temps.