January 19 2011 Fishing Puerto Vallarta

2011-01-19 21:25:47
Puerto Vallarta, Mainland Mexico - Saltwater Fishing Report
banco and corbetena,bay

The fishing has been great some days ( January 19,2011 ) and some days we have had to work hard to get fish in the boat.  The bay fishing is producing yellowtail, roosterfish, Spanish mackerel and snapper. There are big tuna out by the Marias but it's a long run for those who want to get into the big tuna but well worth the trip.  The  corbetena or north close to Lo de Marcos has been seeing lot of stripped marlin and sailfish on the days the water was not off color. The mahi mahi will not cooperate with us a few boats are catching them.   Most of these fish are caught trolling mullet, Google eye or pitch baits. The fishing  over close to Yelapa got a lot of  sailfish the last couple of weeks and  should be great the coming week. The weather is cooler than normal and staying 70 deg with lots of sun. The water temperature is around 74 deg in most spot  We are still catching a lot of huge Pargos as well around the islands and corbetena and banco.  Lot of sardines showing up everywhere so the fishing should be good the coming weeks. Best baits have been trolling mullet/goggle eye, diamond jigs, sardines, and pitch baits.

The rapalas are also working well for Spanish mackerel and Pargos

Tight Lines

Capt Peter Vines

Puerto Vallarta Mexico

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Fish Species: sailfish,jacks,mahi mahi,tuna,wahoo,snapper
Bait Used: mullet,goggle eye,bonita
Tackle Used: gold penn 50,30 and 80
Method Used:
Water Depth: varies
Water Temperature: 70
Wind Direction: na
Wind Speed: na

About The Author: Captain Pete Vines

Company: Fishing Unlimited Puerto Vallarta

Area Reporting: Puerto Vallarta Mexico

Bio: Been here in Puerto Vallarta offering my charter services for over 25 years at great prices, we have fishing,sailing,snorkeling and whale watching

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