LOCAL FISHING BOATS FIND SLIM PICKINGS FOR DORADO LAST WEEK
June 2, 2005, Ron Grant, Mulege, Mexico Fishing Report:
I just returned from a week in Mulege. The fishing weather was great, in the high 80s to low 90s during the day, cooling to high 60s at night. Mulege water temperatures have cooled this past week. In the fishing areas it has dipped to the low 70s.
Mulege fishing had slim pickings on Dorado this past week. If you can find the schools you can get limits, but it could be hard to find the schools. One day the boat that went south will find fish and the boat that went north will come back in empty. The next day it could be reversed.
Prime dorado (also mahi-mahi or dolphinfish) fishing locations are on a heading of 60 degrees of the Mulege lighthouse about 20 miles putting you off the mine at Conception Point or north between Tortuga and San Marcos Islands.
Still can find Yellowtail in the deep holes north of San Marcos Island.
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