Welcome to another mixed up week with summer species starting to diminish as winter species like Jack Crevalls and Pargo are picking up in numbers.
It's normal but not this early in the season. Remembering it's a La Nina year so things aren't exactly normal. Having said that, Marlin are still in the area where there is warmer blue water. Sailfish as well. Dorado are thinning in numbers, but there are still Yellowfin Tuna to be had north of Corbetena. With massive amounts of smaller baits, aka whale food, it can be hard at times to get fish to pay attention to your baits. The good news is the bite is strong in the afternoon and those not afraid to use fuel, will find they're had a wonderful day on the water. It's not easy like the last few weeks, but fish are being caught and conditions are near perfect now.