SCATTERED YELLOWTAIL AND DORADO AVAILABLE
Nov. 16, 2004, Ron Grant, Mulege, Mexico Fishing Trip Report:
Just returned from Mulege. Weather great in mid-80s during the day, cooling to the mid-60s at night. Water temp cooling to low-70s.
This past week, Mulege sportfishing are water was rough due to north winds. An early morning departure was the best bet if you wanted to get on the water.
Mulege fishing was somewhat mixed for this time of year with the end of the dorado season, and the start of yellowtail season.
Mulege boats that fished for dorado seemed to find a limited amount of fish. The boats that went for yellowtail also found a limited number of fish. Bottom fishing was also limited, but found fish as well. Nothing in any numbers.
Areas of choice depended on what type fish you wanted to go for. Most boats went north from Santa Ines Island to outside Punta Chivato. Due to the north winds, San Marcos and Tortunga Islands not anyone choice.
The runway at the Hotel Serenidad was freshly graded and in good condition. However, there were heavy rains on Sunday.
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