Well I guess I haven’t reported here! My weekly reports can be found on whatsupsancarlos.com. El Nino ended with some decent dorado in close, smaller ones on the last of the summer debris, a few small blues, one surprise Black in close, and a short marlin and sail bite in close. The numbers were there but the water turned and they weren’t biting, and then they left. The bonita were decent, with a mediocre Sierra run. The yellowtail ran big in close and in huge numbers, but we’re often tough to catch. Found some good cabrilla in a new spot. The Island has turned on rarely with a little more consistent bite up the coast. Overall it has been a tough winter, with good bites lasting a day or two. There has been a ton of bait at times. If they can Digest the crab, this could be a good moon cycle. It seems to be warming quickly, so we could see marlin soon.

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