GOOD JACK CREVALLE BITE CONTINUES FOR LOCAL BOATS
Nov. 12, 2005, Ed Kunze, Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Mexico Fishing Report:
Ixtapa Zihuatanejo fishing water is finally starting to warm up again, with 80 degrees being the norm. This will improve both the blue water fishing and the inshore.
The great bite on the jack crevalle is still going well to the north of Zihuatanejo, but the water has warmed up there faster than the south.
Several blue marlin we taken this week, and about 1 sailfish per boat average per day.
Russ Kirtchner of Indiana had a decent week fishing with Santiago on the panga Gitana and Cheva on the Dos Hermanos II. He took one sailfish of 120 pounds, a 310 pound blue marlin, two roosterfish of about 35 and 40 pounds, and a couple of jacks.
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