09/17/14

Hurricane Odile Has Passed.

Jeff deBrown

Owner/Guide

http://www.thereelbaja.com/

1-888-287-4076

Air temp

Low: 73 High: 82

Week of September 15th, 2014

Hi All,

Hurricane Odile arrived on Sunday.  Although we had power lines and trees down in the area we are safe and have had a bunch of clean up to do.

Hurricane

Cabo received the major force of the storm as the eye passed right on top of Cabo. It will be a few days before we are fishing again but I will update shortly on the conditions.  Please call for availability and we are happy to answer any questions.

Tight lines,

Jeff

 

09/11/14

Tuna-Dorado Still Fishing: September Special.

Jeff deBrown

Owner/Guide

http://www.thereelbaja.com/

1-888-287-4076

Air temp

Low: 79 High: 91

Week of September 8th, 2014

Hi All,

Well, it’s been a challenging week with the weather we have been having which did bring some rain and wind. The storm which recently came through was just offshore and has since died down, but a new storm is now forming below us and is likely to be headed our way. The forecast calling for an 80% chance within the next five days… but, anything can happen along the way and we will keep everyone posted.

Sept Tuna

The main focus has still been on the offshore and we are still catching good quality fish just offshore. Dorado and bonito are scattered and there are still some good tuna mixed in with porpoise. Bait is around, but it is sporadic from day to day. The boats that have bait are getting into some good fish.

Sept Dorado

The water off the beach is off-color in most spots, but it cleaning up fast and I will be looking for some fish over the next few days. I have noticed that the water temps actually dropped off nicely after the last storm, so it should actually help the fishing.

The remainder of September does have some openings, so if you are interested in fishing with us, please call and we will be happy to discuss a September special. *

Sept sunset

Looking forward to updating shortly.

Tight lines,

Jeff

 

 

08/27/14

Tough Conditions-Still Fishing

Jeff deBrown

Owner/Guide

 http://www.thereelbaja.com/

1-888-287-4076

Air temp

Low: 78 High: 81

Week of August 25th, 2014

Hi All,

Well, to say the least… the fishing has been very tough recently. Over the weekend we had some rain and wind move in from hurricane Maria, which was offshore from us. While our general area was not affected directly by the hurricane, it did cause some unfavorable conditions which has made fishing hard. In addition to the wind and rain, there’s also been a lack of sardina recently. For the boats that did get some sardine, there were some bonito, small tuna and dorado around. We are looking at conditions improving shortly and when that happens we will be back it, targeting the best areas of the beach, inshore and offshore.

The photos in the post are from some of our recent trips before the weather turned:

rooster.

marlin.

On the plus side… we have had some time to focus on exploring a few new spots and we are working on some new packages for the fall/winter season.  As a guide there is nothing better than seeing happy clients and we look forward to fishing with you soon. The weather should be back to normal soon enough, and as soon as the rough weather passes, we will hit the water and report back what we find.

Stay tuned and tight lines.

Jeff

08/14/14

Beach Slowed Down-Bonito Action is Hot.

Jeff deBrown

Owner/Guide http://www.thereelbaja.com/

1-888-287-4076

Air temp

Low: 78 High: 94

Week of August 11th

Hi All

At long last there are some good schools of sardina around! The schools are sporadic and the overall size is on the small size, but the key is to have them. Just having sardina with you makes all the difference . We got into some amazing bonito, skipjack and small roosters using the sardina to keep the action going and we had happy clients.

marlin.

Overall, the top bite is the white bonito action. These guys are beautiful and very exciting on the fly. Over the last week we found plenty of fish and had a lot of fun with these guys last week. Off the light house, we are seeing schooling dorado in the 10-15 lbs range and the marlin bite has slowed down a bit, but the majority of the action we are seeing is from sail fish when looking for marlin. If you are looking for big tuna you will have to run out roughly 50 miles. Schools of tuna are being found with porpoise and there are reports of  tuna over 50lbs in the schools.

rooster.

So, with the ride being 50 miles out , we have decide to stay  local and double down on the fishing locally since it’s been that good. The beach is tough right now… We have had a lot of cloud cover recently which makes it even harder to sigh fish. The roosters that are here however are big, but you have to put in a lot of time. We headed north over the weekend and we got one nice 60 lb rooster though.  August and September packages will be out shortly and if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to call.

Tight lines,

Jeff

 

07/29/14

Tough Conditions-Still Produce Great Fish

Jeff deBrown

Owner/Guide http://www.thereelbaja.com/

1-888-287-4076

Air temp

Low: 78 High: 94

Week of July 28th

 

Hi All,

This last week I had the pleasure of fishing with the group trip hosted by Fishermen’s Spot Fly Shop out of Los Angeles. Jeff Solis came down and helped with the group and we had a blast. The fishing was tough overall due to warm water and overcast conditions.

Doradoec2 the spot

Photo from Fishermen’s Spot Facebook page.

We did manage some nice fish and we caught sails, African pompano, roosters, bonito and dorado. The beach fishing has been tough overall, but if you put in time you will have shots at cruising roosters. The Reel Baja is building a few packages together for late summer and we will send them out as soon as soon as we have everything finalized.  Please feel free to call with questions.

Tight lines,

Jeff