News Item: Puerto Morelos Marina El Cid Fleet Cancun to Cozumel
(Category: Baja Fishing Reports)
Posted by Richie
Fri Apr 21 2017, 06:34AM

Baja
What a terrific season that fired right off with the first white marlin for the season and the first blue marlin for the season and added 18 sailfish to their early season billfish reports. The overall catch reports for 46 days fished reflected 1 blue marlin, 6 white marlin, 18 sailfish, 2 wahoo, 4 blackfin tuna, 26 bonito, 13 dorado, 3 giant Atlantic barracuda, 1 shark, 1 amberjack, 7 snappers, 82 triggerfish 121 chackchi, 2 mojarres, 18 banana fish, 5 king mackerel and 5 grouper. Overall, this early season bite on the billfish has truly helped to make the anglers want to get out and go and we do recommend a 6-8-hour charter for focusing on the billfish.
 
PM Climate: The early week has been decent weather and the daytime temps averaged 83.5 degrees and the nights averaged at 70.8 degrees. Starting Wednesday PM, there were hea y thunderstorms and rain or thunder5storms throughout the week from there.
 
Sea Conditions: Tropical surface breezes flowing mostly from the easterly directions at an average of 8.2 mph. Water temps averaged 81-82 degrees from Cancun to Cozumel areas, with Puerto Morels centered between the two. Se surface breezes flowing mostly from the westerly directions and averaged about 11.2 mph.
 
Best Bait: The continued abundance of ballyhoo bait availability throughout this area tends to focus the daily demand for freshly caught ballyhoo baits.
 
Bait Supply: This are continues to provide an enormous supply of freshly caught ballyhoo baits for the crews and anglers and are supplied with the daily charter fishing arrangements.
 
Our local reporter: Ms. Lily Valdez, Marina El Cid Reservation Center and reporter for the area from Cancun to Cozumel.



This news item is from 976-TUNA The Original Leader in Fish Reports #1 since 1985
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