Here in San Quintín the fishing weather has improved except for today, Saturday the 20th, which became windy since early in the morning and still was blowing at 1 p.m. Temperatures at San Quintin during the entire week have been in the mid 70’s with early morning marine layers. San Quintin fishing water temperatures have prevailed from 60 degrees to the mid 60’s, with morning winds of 6 miles per hour and 9 miles per hour in the afternoons.
Swells in the morning have been 5 feet and in the evenings up to 8 feet. San Quintin fishing waters are slightly green inshore and clean offshore beginning at 12 miles.
Fishing in San Quintin has improved considerably with good catches of Yellowtail and dorado, including Yellowtail from 14 to 28 lb, Dorados from 10 to 18 lb. The Tunas have been very scarce, 2 to 4 a day, but as usual the bottom fishing at San Quintin has been excellent with limits of catches for most of the Anglers. Marlins have been seen practically every day with 3 releases so far.
At Don Eddie's Hotel we have had a full house for the past 12 weeks in a row and all the pangas available have been going out.