FISHING BOATS AT LAS ARENAS FIND CALM SEAS
April 16, 2005, Dos Hernandez, Tortuga Sportfishing, Las Arenas, La Paz, Mexico Fishing Report:
The fishing at Las Arenas has not changed much in the last few days, although little by little we are feeling the warmth coming faster and faster, and we are hoping that this makes the action better soon.
This week, we've had some excellent fishing days, without wind except on Monday when wind prevented our boats from getting sardina bait, and that made the fishing slower.
The weather now is actually very calm, and our anglers are catching dorado, tuna, pargo liso, cabrilla and marlin. This week, Jeff Schuer of El Segundo and his son Andy fished with Capt. Hugo Lucero and they caught a very nice pargo liso, cabrillas, and perico.
Conditions are getting better for fishing out at the buoys to look for tuna and dorado, as well as marlin. This week, Las Arenas had a lot of fishermen visiting, and about 30 pangas went fishing in the last few days.
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