CaboFishingPros Weekly Fishing Report
June 5th – June 11th 2017
Weather has turned back to typical June weather. Very nice temperatures, with low humidity, and light winds coming offshore from the Pacific. Mostly clear skies with air temperature between 74F -86F during the day, with seas having minor to moderate swells.
Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 65F – 68F, Sea of Cortez 76F –80F
For those looking to understand and/or get a better appreciation of the amazing confluence of water temperatures coming together from the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean – check out this link at TempBreak.com
Caballito live bait has been the key to the Striped Marlin this week.
Cabo San Lucas Fishing report:
Welcome to the this weeks Cabo fishing report. Fishing was very good this week – We continue to improve on the already good action Striped Marlin action, fair to good numbers of Jack Crevalle and Grouper this week. with inshore fishing seeing excellent Rooster Fish numbers and sizes, Yellow Fin Tuna was slow this week, and Dorado continues to be sporadic – being more available in the Sea of Cortez.
The hot spot for fishing this week was the 1150 area, being very popular, and even a little crowded at times with various fishing charter boats.
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