View Full Version : Cabo Fishing Report - May 2nd

05-02-2009, 06:06 PM
The Thompsons were back for the second day in a row, this time with Alex and Ramon on our 33’ Bertram “El Nuevo”. They decided to head towards the sea of Cortez, going out roughly ten miles where the water temperature was at 76 degrees Fahrenheit. The group was super excited to fight and catch 4 Marlin and just a little disappointed about a huge Dorado that got away. Total score for both days: six Marlin.

Also fishing for the second, but not last day this week were Mike and his buddies from Maryland. It was almost 7am and they hadn’t checked in so I figured that they had had a rough night. Little did I know the pros had gone straight for their boat and disappeared by the time I had heard. They came back with more Dorado and a Tuna, though not quite big enough for their appetites. Two more days guys, hang in there!

Out on our 32’ RumRunnin with Javier and Manuel were Chris and his friends from San Jose, CA. They hoped that there would be six of them fishing today but thanks to the media and the hype of pandemic, as Chris says, two stayed behind. Javier took them out thirty five miles towards the lighthouse where waters were close to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Those two will be missing out on the Tuna and Skipjack dinner that the group caught.