Just for information:
Conditions have been improving dramatically this week. Early in the week, the fishing was as it had been this last several weeks; slow. Then Jaime Morales, the owner of the Vamonos Fleet, reported to me things started turning around on Tuesday.
The entire area is averaging a surface water temperature of 87º, and the blue water has come back in to about 12 miles. The game fish are coming with the favorable water conditions. On Tuesday the Vamonos I found a floating log and took a 20 pound dorado, a sailfish, and a very nice rainbow runner off it. Plus, Jaime's panga took a blue marlin only 4 miles in front of Zihuatanejo Bay. Other pangas also report several sailfish and a couple more blue marlin.
On Wed. the Vamonos I, with Leigh Bingham and friend Chris Forgham of Denver caught three sailfish. Martin, on the Nautilus also picked up a couple more. Remember, all of this is going on during the full moon period, so next week should be very good fishing.
Roosterfish and jack crevalle action remains strong.
Published elsewhere by Ed Kunze
I would like to add Leigh used "Before you Go" here on TA to book the Vamonos 1