GOOD MIXED WINTER DORADO AND YELLOWTAIL FISHING FOR LOCAL BOATS
Dec. 22, 2005, Ron Grant, Mulege, Mexico Sportfishing Report:
I just returned from a five day trip to Mulege. The weather at Mulege was cooler then normal for this time of the year with highs in the mid to low 70s during the day cooling to low 60s at night. North winds most of the week were keeping water choppy and Mulege fishing boats close to home. Fishing water temperature is still high between the low to mid 70s.
Fishing, between winds for this transition period, is good. You can still find dorado in deeper water. Most Mulege fisherman are looking for and finding yellowtail in most areas in all directions. Lots of firecrackers are being caught, but some fish are in the 20 pound range in the deeper holes. Live bait is working best but the jig guys are getting there share as well.
Things are slow at Mulege as far as tourist this past week but should pick up over the holidays.
The runway was in good condition at the Hotel Serenidad for these flying into Mulege.
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