EAST CAPE FLY FISHING IS GOOD BETWEEN WINDY PERIODS
Dec. 10, 2005, Gary Graham, Baja On The Fly, East Cape Fly Fishing, Baja California Sur, Mexico:
If you have the time to wait out the wind, the fishing at East Cape is still good on the calm days. There are still plenty of billfish, as well as a few dorado and yellowfin tuna.
Sierra are dominating inshore fishing action, so a bit of wire might be in order. East Cape tin boaters try to get out fishing at gray light to fish for an hour or two and hightail it back to the beach before the winds kick up.
Lane Garret's East Cape report: "East Cape weather has been cool and windy most days. I have seen a few cruisers returning with what appear to be at least limits of 10 to the occasional 40-pound dorado. There are quite a few striped marlin still around and a friend of mine had a 250-pound class blue marlin up to leader on Tuesday. The beaches have been hammered by surf and wind.
East Cape water temperature; 79-84 Air temperature 70-77; Conditions scattered clouds.