SOME GOOD-SIZED YELLOWTAIL SHOWING UP FOR LOCAL ANGLERS
Jan. 29, 2006, Bill Molden, San Carlos, San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico sportfishing report:
The yellowtail bite still is a bit slow at San Carlos, but the fish that are showing up are of decent size, 20-30 pounds. The Isla San Pedro Nolasco and the points, Doable and San Antonio, are also good spots in the early morning fishing, and 5-8 fish days are not uncommon.
San Carlos sportfishing area water temperatures are still in the mid 60's and that seems a bit high for this time of year. The seas have been fair but the air temperature this week has been on the cool side, 42-70 degrees.
Bottom fishing has been decent if you get up the coast a bit. Nice catches of grouper and pargo have been reported.
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