Sprin Brings Great Inshore Rooster Fishing
The last ten days have brought a few surprises including some colder water offshore. Marlin fishing has slowed down considerably as well as the Dorado. But we've had some great inshore fishing, you've seen those photos above!
Offshore finds some Marlin and Sailfish, but things have slowed incredibly from what we saw last week. With warmer temperatures occurring, we expect the bite to pick back up very soon. Rumors of tuna have circulated, but like a good treasure map-you'll have to find them.
Inshore we've had an increase in mullet helping produce Roosters feeding and chasing our flies. This has definitely kept this last week interesting and fun….we're still waiting on the sardines to show and when they do, we know they will fire the fish up. Warmer temps prove spring has sprung-with temperatures in the 80s best bring your sunscreen!
We're out all week-come join us in paradise,
Until next time….keep fishing.
Steve and Mike. A great father son catch.
Bill and a spectacular Rooster fish on the fly
About The Author: Jeff deBrown
Company: The Reel Baja
Area Reporting: Baja Mexico (East Cape)
Bio: Name: Jeff deBrown Vessel: Many different ones Location: Baja Mexico (East Cape) Job: Full Time Fly Fishing Guide Bio: Jeff deBrown has dedicated his life and career path to fly fishing and guiding. Jeff is the only full time fly fishing guide living in East Cape. Before coming to Baja Jeff also guided in Alaska, Argentina, Chile, Colorado, and Montana.