EAST CAPE FLY FISHING REPORT BY GARY GRAHAM
Aug. 13, 2005, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, East Cape, Baja fly fishing, Mexico:
This was another cookie cutter week of nice, hot weather at East Cape and fishing to match.
Billfish including stripes, blues and sails, kept everyone staring intently at the teasers to see what would show up next.
There is still a good tuna show under the porpoise, and if you held your mouth just right and were in the right place at the right time, there were a few fat dorado to be found.
While East Cape had not tons of Bubba sightings, those with the patience to wait for one to come along were getting a few shots. While waiting, ladyfish, pompano and an occasional jack crevalle could be found meandering down the beach looking for a free meal. August at East Cape is not a bad place to be.
East Cape fishing water temperature were 73-88 degrees. Air temperature 80-102. Winds were calm.