CELIA ANGELINA CATCHES FIRST
MOTHERSHIP DORADO OF THE YEAR
June 25-30, 2005, Celia Castellon, Sea of Cortez Sportfishing, Celia Angelina, San Felipe, San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico Panga Mothership Fishing Report:
A group led by Donny Harris of Hermosa Beach Ca. included 3 doctors from San Felipe had a really great fishing trip on the panga mothership Celia Angelina. The air temperatures have gone up to 90 degrees and the water temperatures have gone up as high as 74 to 75 degrees in the Sea of Cortez Midriff fishing area.
Toyo Hirami of San Gabriel, Calif., captured one of the biggest yellowtail that Bob Castellon has seen in 10 years, a 45 pound yellowtail.
Bob also claimed the first dorado (also mahi-mah) of the year by a San Felipe mothership, caught at Isla San Pedro Martir.
Fish count for this trip by the Celia Angelina: 149 Yellowtail to 45 lbs.; 89 Pargo to 12 lbs.; 168 Cabrilla to 18 lbs.; 1 Black Sea Bass 40 lbs.; 12 White Sea Bass 44 lbs.; 3 Dorado; 54 Giant Squid; 89 Spotted Bay Bass; 9 Sheephead; 6 Shark; and 108 Misc. Also caught and released were 3 Grouper under 25 lbs.
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