Puerto Vallarta fishing report March/20/2009
Fishing report: march 19th, 2009 the mantra for february and march puerto vallarta sportfishing aboard the sirena was "find the bait&.and you will find the big game fish following this philosophy, off-shore trips reaped excellent catches overall. The seasoned sirena captain, steve torres, was running out northwest from the bay of banderas, 50-60 minutes off punta mita to the islands. The best days brought in striped marlin, big mahi and yellow fin tuna in the 50-70 pound range. A 125 pound, short- fin, mako made for an exciting catch on a spinning rod at el banco one late afternoon. Day time temperatures in the low to mid 80s(f) have brought warm, calm seas with light afternoon breezes. Bait has been on the surface bringing the big game to the surface. With water temperatures getting closer to 80(f) the black and blue marlin are moving back in the area along with larger size yellow fin tuna. For off-shore fishing trips plan a minimum of 10-12 hours with a 6 am departure to get west of el banco for the best opportunity to catch your prize. Our able first mate, fredy rodriquez will help you board your big tuna or mahi or tag& release the bill fish to preserve the stock. Plan 4-8 hours for an inshore fishing trip leaving the dock by 7am to get to smaller tuna's rooster fish, spanish mackerel, jacks and red snappers reeled in just off punta mita and its coves. Humpback whales are leaving on their northward migration highway but there are still plenty of dolphins, sea turtles and mantas answering natures call in the bay. A day of fishing is the prescription for a bad economy;a day to just 8220;forget about it! Remember the summer months are prime big game fishing time for giant tuna and bill fish so get down here and catch your puerto vallarta game fish. Click here for more info on the sirena boat puerto vallarta fishing report by dan gilmartin
Yellow fin tuna
About The Author: Captain Daniel Cruz
Company: PV Sportfishng
Area Reporting: Puerto Vallarta Mexico
Bio: Hey this is Captain Steve Torres From Puerto Vallarta Mexico. Puerto Vallarta fishing with PV Sportfishing. Puerto Vallarta fishing charters include fishing licenses, lures, hooks, ice, live bait, flouro carbon leaders, crew, and a bi-lingual captain all prices are in American dollars for the whole boat not per person. We know it is important to have the best gear possible when you are reeling in a 1,000 lb marlin or a 400lb monster tuna we spend the extra bucks so that you will have a fishing experience of a lifetime all of our gear is Shimano or Penn reels we switch our lines regularly so you know the line you will be fishing with will not be stretched we specialize in catching big fish and it shows with us its always a first class trip for a good price we are located by the light house in puesta del sol condominios marina Vallarta in Puerto Vallarta Mexico.