Fishing continues to improve and a daily basis down on the East Cape. From where we were two weeks ago to where we are today, it's like being in two different parts of the world. The striped marlin are starting to come in very think. We started to see boats coming to the dock with 4-7 billfish released each. We started to see more Sails this week as well which really added to the billfish numbers. This week the number of dorado also increased with the biggest dorado landed by angler Mike McCourt from Malvin Michigan on board the Billfighter with Captain David Almanza (photo attached). We are still seeing really good fishing down by Los Frailes and La Ribera, but the north side really opened up this week as well for Jacks, billfish and roosters. The Jack Crevalle have been in close to shore near the hotel. We are also seeing many of them north of the hotels in about 100 feet of water. A few nice wahoo were landed this week as well with the largest coming this weekend weighing in at 63lbs. Today a smaller wahoo was landed by La Migra just south of Cerralvo Island weighing in at 30lbs. (photo attached). William Corey of Lynnwood Washington landed an released 5 billfish today while fishing on the Maria II. We also had a few nice pargo, cabrilla and pompano landed this week. Air temps are still in the upper 80's to low 90's and water temps have been approaching 80, but we are not there yet. Once again, so much for the new moon theory. Much better fishing during the full moon this month. That's if for this week amigos!