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Pisces Fish Report—February 18th to February 24th, 2017

Date: 2/28/2017

This week saw mostly small to medium tuna action as well as a varied inshore bite, many boats landed about 10-20 tuna per boat per day. Species ranged from amberjack, grouper, ladyfish, red snapper to yellowtail and a few others. While 73% of boats that went out landed fish, we did have a non-existent billfish bite, with some boats traveling further out to go after possible larger tuna and billfish being unsuccessful. Most captains opted for going after our smaller and less well-known inshore gamefish, adding a touch of color and curious looking critters


Fishing Reports

Pisces Fish Report—February 11th to February 17th, 2017

Date: 2/28/2017

This week boats mostly caught yellowfin tuna again, although there were a few more marlin and dorado than last week. As far as inshore species that mostly make up the “other” category, we had catches of skipjack, jack crevalle, yellowtail and roosterfish. With most fishing being done on the Pacific side, with some at San Jaime and Golden Gate, while inshore boats were fishing nearer to Migriño.


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Pisces Fish Report—February 4th to February 10th, 2017

Date: 2/28/2017

This week fishing remained mostly on the Pacific side around the San Jaime bank and the Golden Gate spot. Most boats saw yellowfin tuna catches in the double digits, with some even up to 50-60 yellowfin’s per boat (with the smallest released). The tuna caught this week ranged from 10 to up to 30 pounds each. While marlin and dorado catches were much slower, there were numerous inshore game fish species caught; from roosterfish, to sierra mackerel, skipjack and yellowtail.


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Pisces Fish Report—January 28th to February 3rd, 2017

Date: 2/5/2017

This week saw a nearly perfect catch success rate for all Pisces boats; this was definitely the week of yellowfin tuna catches. With 91% of boats that went out fishing the Pacific side and catching large numbers of football-sized tunas, sometimes Pisces boats were catching tuna into the triple digits (although with most being so small, the majority is released. Dorado and billfish species were almost a blip on the radar with very few of these being landed, it seems like the Finger Bank may be slowing down after weeks of crazy productivity. Smaller game and inshore fish remained the main attraction after tuna, with anglers seeing action from skipjack, grouper, ladyfish, yellowtail, roosterfish and sierra mackerel.


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