YELLOWFIN TUNA ACTION OUTSTANDING ABOUT 16 TO 30 MILES OUT
Oct. 29, 2005, Bill Molden, San Carlos, Mexico Fishing Report:
The yellowfin tuna fishing at San Carlos has been outstanding for the last couple of weeks with 40-60 pound fish being the norm.
The tuna are holding to the south of San Carlos on the 150-170 degree heading out of Doble, anywhere from 16-30 miles. Locate the whales and spinner dolphin, and bingo.
A few marlin and sailfish are also being picked up by San Carlos fishing boats, but with the water cooling from the high 70's they are short-lived in the area.
Bonita are being caught at San Pedro Nolasco Island, while trolling feathers and/or Rebel and Rapalas.
Yellowtail fishing action should be picking up with the cooling water temperatures, but with the pelagic yellowfin tuna action being so good there has been little pressure on the yellowtail.
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