Puerto Vallarta fishing report July has some hot fishing news.. The fishing here in Puerto Vallarta has continued to go off the charts as we have the 4th of July right around the corner. July is always a good time to be here in Puerto Vallarta Mexico as the water has already warmed up close to 78° and some of our best fishing spots. Later on at the bottom of this report I'm going to include the top 10 fishing places for fishing here in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. The summertime weather has already kicked off here in Puerto Vallarta and we've already seeing some of the nice rains that we have late in the evening which does not affect our fishing art all. The rains bring the fish inside the bay for fishing here in Puerto Vallarta. During the day it's sunny on all of the trips and the light gentle rains that we have been having actually helping increases are fishing odds. The day time weather is around 85 degrees and always a bit cooler out on the water fishing grounds.
The water temperatures are coming up and down and we're seeing mid-70s all the way up to 80s which is really good for blue marlin and black marlin. When fishing with us you can always be sure we'll put you in the right water temperature for the right different species. As most people do not realize the right water temps marlin , sailfish and mahi- mahi. These water temperatures, water clarity and of course bait movement keeps us on the fish catching some of the best fish Mexico has to offer.
The striped Marlin action is still holding good inside the bay but has have been better offshore. As I stated above when the water temperature gets up to 78 to 80° ideal conditions for the big blues and the black marlin. I'll be putting in the report hard top places that we love to fish for these big pelagic fish here in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. The Dorado action starting to pick up seeing some of the smaller ones inside the bay along with various other pelagic
species for good eating fish. The bigger Dorado have been offshore using skip baits on a fast roll. The tuna over on the south side it's been hit-and-miss catching some nice footballs size tuna. The bigger Tunas have been offshore on the 10 and 12 hour trips we're starting to see some of the bigger ones you show up. Best way to catch these big yellowfin tuna is a slow troll with live baits or kite fishing when the wind permits.
So there you have it for the big kick off for the July the fishing report is good inshore and offshore. Lots of big fish being caught is that I said the Fourth of July fishing near Puerto Vallarta will be incredible in a few days. So if you're looking for a fun time I'm fantastic fishing come on down and fish on one of our boats and you'll be able to see a big difference.
Captain Pete and Crews