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East Cape - The spring crash of 2016

East Cape weather could not be more perfect.  For several weeks we have been enjoying warm sunny weather.  Very comfortable, not too hot, not too cold.  Sea temps have been 76-77 degrees and the…Continue

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East Cape - Life after tuna

It has been a windy winter and some time since I wrote my last report. We have had our heads down working hard getting boat maintenance finished in preparation of the upcoming season.  New turbo…Continue

Started Feb 26

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East Cape - The spring crash of 2016

East Cape weather could not be more perfect.  For several weeks we have been enjoying warm sunny weather.  Very comfortable, not too hot, not too cold.  Sea temps have been 76-77 degrees and the water is clear and blue. Live bait has been abundant and the stage is set for a great fishing season.The bite, I have figured out, is like the stock market.  Some days it is up and others it is down.  When the market is down analysts and brokers advise to stay the course.  History tells us in the long…See More
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East Cape - Inshore, off shore everywhere

East Cape - Inshore, off shore everywhere For more than a week now East Cape weather has been nothing short of spectacular.  We have been enjoying warm sunny days with temperatures in the mid to high 70's sometime pushing 80 degrees.…See More
Mar 22
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East Cape - Two finner

East Cape - Two finner Last week we returned to home sweet home (the East Cape) after spending 10 days in the Los Angeles area and exhibiting at the Fred Hall show in Long Beach.  The 5 day show was a marathon and test of my endurance but it was an…See More
Mar 14
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East Cape - Life after tuna

It has been a windy winter and some time since I wrote my last report. We have had our heads down working hard getting boat maintenance finished in preparation of the upcoming season.  New turbo chargers, transmissions, after coolers, bait systems, electrical and building a new trailer are the only things that have been in our recent radar.Last week I thought we were turning the corner from winter having a few calm days and warmer temperatures.  Guess it was wishful thinking because for now the…See More
Feb 26
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The shine is off the dime

The shine is off the dime For more than 20 years every winter we have taken a camping trip to our favorite spot in Magdalena Bay.  During the winter north winds are relentless on the East Cape where we live making conditions unfavorable for fishing.…See More
Jan 17
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East Cape - Glad I don't wear a toup

East Cape - Glad I don't wear a toup Typically on the East Cape most of the sportfishing operations close up shop for the winter or move boats to Cabo San Lucas.  A couple resorts might leave a boat or 2 in the water for the die hard with high…See More
Dec 20, 2015
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Jen Wren over and out!

Jen Wren over and out! It has been several weeks since I have been able to post a report and November has been a wild ride. At the beginning of the month we took our boats to Cabo San Lucas to compete in the Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot tournament.  In my…See More
Nov 22, 2015
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East Cape - Lemonade

East Cape - Lemonade Wow, our weather has been a tiny bit up and down and I really thought fall was going to finally arrive.  Hurricane Patricia blew up in a hurry and became the largest in recorded history. The storm hit land just below Puerto Vallarta and…See More
Nov 1, 2015
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East Cape - Back in 87

East Cape - Back in 87 Here we are in the second week of October and the craziness of 2015 continues.  Basically, dorado and tuna have done a no show all season.  We did have a few moments but nothing consistent to hang our hats on.   In the meantime we…See More
Oct 11, 2015
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East Cape - Recipe for a good trip

East Cape - Recipe for a good trip Another week of great weather.  We have gotten a lot of rain but little wind.  Anglers are getting a little wet but the fish we have been targeting haven't seemed to mind and have been cooperating.  All of our…See More
Sep 20, 2015
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East Cape - Full moon turns 'em on!

East Cape - Full moon turns 'em on! After two months of extremely inconsistent fishing East Cape game fish have finally come to the party.  For weeks the only shot at tuna has been south of Los Frailes.  It is a long boat ride and in many cases…See More
Aug 30, 2015
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East Cape - Tuna, sailfish, weather and more

East Cape - Tuna, sailfish, weather and more I don't think many will argue that this has been a crazy year.  Seems like we never had a winter and went from fall straight into spring.  In May we experienced two Cat 4 hurricanes and had…See More
Aug 12, 2015
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East Cape - Not all bad

East Cape - Not all bad 86 degree water and calm seas have continued this week.  We did get a stiff breeze in the afternoon a few days and there have also been some thunder showers.  This is our rainy season and it is a very pleasant sight to watch our…See More
Jul 29, 2015
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East Cape - Nothing like a good hurricane

East Cape - Nothing like a good hurricane For the last several weeks the Sea of Cortez has been flat calm which has made for very comfortable boat rides and fishing.  The difficult thing is the bite has not been red hot.  Anglers have been…See More
Jul 16, 2015
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East Cape - Nothing to write home about

East Cape - Nothing to write home about East Cape weather remains outstanding.  87 degree sea temps have made the air warm and humid but seas have been very calm.  Today we are experiencing a little wind from the north which is very…See More
Jul 9, 2015
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East Cape - Ruined

East Cape - Ruined East Cape has experienced the longest stretch of gorgeous weather as I can ever remember.  Seas have been calm and it appears there is no end in sight. Fishing has been red hot for anglers targeting billfish or roosters.    Striped marlin,…See More
Jul 1, 2015

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Where are you from?
Buena Vista, BCS, Mexico
About Me
I own and operate two deluxe sportfishing cruisers in Baja California Sur, Mexico on the Sea of Cortez.

Fishing is my passion and this place offers the best fishing grounds on the plant.
How passionate are you about fishing?
Hardcore (Over 50 times a Year)

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SEA OF CORTEZ-MARLIN BITE, LINES GO TIGHT

Marlin bite, lines go tight! 

The week started out with breezy…
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Posted on April 22, 2012 at 3:40pm

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