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  1. Puerto Vallarta fishing report September 2011 its been a great month of fishing all the big game fish are here and hungry, the biggest catches of the month 400+ lb blue Marlin, 260 + lb Black Marlin, 200+ lb Yellowfin tuna, 90+ lbs Sailfish, and 50+ lb Mahi mahi. its been a flip of the coin each day which is going to be better fishing the Bank or Corbetena, The Yellowfin tuna have been biting live skip Jacks and goggle eyes. Sailfish We have had lots of luck with dead bait slow trolling in open water. The Marlin have also been biting live bait mid sized skippies. mahi mahi have been biting live goggle eyes. The Yellowfin tuna have been getting bigger and bigger so expect some 300+cow reports soon, and alot more Black Marlin reports, before last week there has been lots of blue's but this last week We have caught 3 blacks all over 200 lbs. We tagged released 1 at El Corbetena and another 1 at the bank and 1 more came belly up after long fight at Corbetena. Puerto Vallarta fishing does not get much better then this the only game fish we are missing right is Wahoo which normally show up mid October. Visit The best Puerto Vallarta fishing Website
  2. Puerto Vallarta fishing does not get much better than this! El Corbetena has been the hot spot for Marlin averaging 100-400 lbs. , Yellowfin Tuna and Sailfish , also a couple Sailfish were caught last week outside of el morro. Lots of smaller tuna’s, and Snapper ‘s, and some Sailfish at Marrietas Island, And of course there is Yellowfin tuna everywhere inshore either infont of Yelapa on the southside of Banderas bay or Marietas on the north side. Inshore tuna's expect 10-40 lb’s. Offshore Tuna’s averaging 50-150 lbs We have not seen any cow's yet but caught 6 nice Tuna’s yesterday and they seem to be getting bigger in size everyday so get ready for some Cow Tuna reports soon . See video here http://www.youtube.com/vallartafish <iframe width="640" height="510" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/HRLu0A4ijf8?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  3. The Sailfish have moved in even closer inside banderas bay just a little north of Bucerias this is a great time of the year especially for first time anglers who have never caught a billfish a Sailfish is a great start and puts on quite a show. the bay is also producing lots of smaller grouper 5-8 lbs great to eat. Yellowfin tuna are still boiling around El Banco getting a little bit bigger from last week average size this week is 120-200 lbs . we also released a nice 300 lb Blue marlin right outside of Corbetena so its a good sign the rock is started to show some life. the Yellowfin tuna are biting live bait drifting, the blue Marlin bit a black and purple lure and the Sailfish have been biting live goggle eye's casting and dead bait trolling.
  4. Captain Steve Torres and the crew of the Ana Maria do it again, taking home 3 cars at last weeks 19th annual Marlin tournament held in Topolobampo Sinaloa Mexico, catching the largest Marlin since 1997 6 lbs short of the tournament record 415 lbs! The blue beast was caught with the first 50 wt Tiburon Reels on the Market custom made for Captain Steve, with 130 lb IGFA Spectra and a 100 yards of top shot 100 lb Mono Philament Diamond Momoi. She bit a live Skip Jack trolling a little before 1 pm. We fished 2 days before the tournament learning the fishing grounds. The first morning Captain Steve found a nice structure at the bottom of the ocean perfect for big Marlin fishing 4 miles west of the farallon rock so We decided to fish that area with live bait the whole tournament. The first day of the tournament We released 3 striped Marlins and lost a blue the 2nd day the water temps were a little higher 80.1 and We struck gold I mean Blue!! See video at Captain Steve Torres Crew Marcos Taymayo, and Freddy Rodriguez Angler - Mark Martin Boat website www.anamariasportfishing.com
  5. Puerto Vallarta fishing report March We had a great March and beleive that the fishing will stay about the same through April with also the + of more sailfish migrated in. all of March was pretty consistent Yellowfin tuna offshore, a couple striped Marlins at corbetena one Black Marlin right off the point and the bay was pretty much full of jack crevalle and roosterfish we will also probable see more mahi mahi schools in the upcoming weeks. here is a video report from 4 trips in March 2010. Enjoy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKwJHNDJw6g...layer_embedded#
  6. Mexico Puerto Vallarta Sportfishing Marlin, Yellowfin tuna, Sailfish, Mahi mahi, Wahoo, Videos, photos charters reports and more. Visit My Website
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