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 Oct 20, 2020; 01:39AM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  ericgordobanks@yahoo.com
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October 18, 2020

We continue to see larger crowds of anglers arriving, as this is always one of the busiest times for sportfishing fleets in the Los Cabos area. Also
this is big tournament time, with the Los Cabos Billfish and Bisbee Offshore just finishing and this next week there will be the largest and
richest of all, the Bisbee’s Black and Blue event, followed early next month by the WON Tuna Jackpot. Overall this season will be remembered as
the year of unpresented numbers of changes and cancellations, all this due to the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.

Weather patterns were again increasingly tropical, as mornings had started to be a little chilly, not anymore, as lows were back in the upper 70’s and
highs about 90 degrees, but combined with humidity factor the heat index was more like 99 degrees. This change all happened at the start of this
past week, as a tropical low pressure system developed off to the west of the Southern Peninsula. On Tuesday morning we received about one inch of
rain, more than what was originally forecast, though we did still have charters fishing that day, as weather front passed through by mid-morning.
The rest of the week has been clear with slight swells and little wind. Ocean water temperature actually warmed back up, as it had been on a
cooling trend, but now it was back into the 87 degree range.

Local fleets were mostly fishing the grounds from the Gordo Banks and north towards Vinorama, main bait source has been sardinas, with slabs of squid
also being used. Despite ideal ocean conditions most days, the all-around action was more hit or miss. Perhaps the sudden warmer water put the fish
off the bite, hard to say, also added pressure. Main catch we saw was for dorado, with the majority of these fish taken while trolling and they were
weighing in the 5 to 15 lb. range. Very few wahoo landed, but we did see a handful of them brought in, most of these hit on trolled Rapalas and were
in the 20 to 40 lb. class. As water temperature drops back near 80 degrees we expect to see much better activity on these sought after gamefish.

We did see a few nice yellowfin tuna brought to the scales, topping 130 lb. and a couple of cows over 200 lb. were taken during recent tournaments.
Most of the tuna we are seeing are more in the 50 to 70 lb. class, though even these became more elusive in recent days. Most of the tuna were taken
on sardinas, though larger baits were also used for chance at the cows. The Gordo Banks produced a few of the larger tuna, though more charters are
trying their luck on the Iman, San Luis and Vinorama grounds where action had been more consistent.

Off the bottom a handful of nice dogtooth snapper, cabrilla and amberjack were accounted for, though no consistent action to speak of and numbers
were limited. Billfish action was spread out, we saw more sailfish than anything else, but a few much larger blue and black marlin were in the
area, as we saw a few of them weighed in during recent tournaments, the largest being the 593 lb. black marlin taken by legendary La Playita
pangero Hugo Pino, who also caught the winning yellowfin tuna of 236 lb. during the same event.

Good fishing, Eric



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Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
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 Oct 12, 2020; 06:14PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  ericgordobanks@yahoo.com
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October 11, 2020

We are now seeing more numbers of anglers arriving, as the start of the busy fall season has officially begun. Weather patterns are ideal, mornings
are starting to chill off slightly, had lows down to 73 degrees, though by mid-day temperatures are still quite warm, around 90 degrees. No storms
seen developing on the forecasts now and ocean conditions have remained very calm for the most part, though we did see some wind picking up later
in the day. Water temperature is still averaging about 85 degrees.

Anglers are mainly relying on sardinas for bait, which are found along the beach stretches near the Marina entrance, other options have been strips of
squid and ballyhoo. Larger baitfish such as chihuil and skipjack are being found on the fishing grounds, but have not been a guarantee for finding
them each morning. Local fleets this past week were fishing from off of Palmilla Point, Gordo Banks, La Fortuna, Iman, and as far north as
Vinorama. The all-around action was more sporadic this past week, changing daily as for where the better bite was found.

Mid-week there was good action found close to shore off of Palmilla Point for both wahoo and dorado, then as the word spread more boats showed up and
this action faded out. Wahoo to up to 40 lb. were reported and dorado to 25 lb., many charters limiting out. Later in the week the action slowed and
most boats were heading towards the north, yellowfin tuna were harder to find, though they were seen, getting them to bite was another story, of the
tuna found, they ranged from 10 to 70 lb., though larger fish to 150 lb. were hooked into, but lost. Anglers were doing well to land one or tuna in
their overall catch.

Not much bottom action, though a handful of dogtooth snapper were landed, earlier in the week mainly, also a few amberjack and grouper, but nothing
consistent now going off the bottom. Billfish were limited as well, a few sailfish were landed, as well as blue and black marlin hook ups, one
estimated 500 lb. black was lost after a battle from a super panga and one blue marlin or about 200 lb. landed. The problem is if the marlin strike
while anglers are using lighter leaders intended for line shy tuna, they did not stand much of a chance. Big marlin are in the area, just have to
put in some serious time specially targeting them.

Good fishing, Eric



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GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Oct 4, 2020; 06:42PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  ericgordobanks@yahoo.com
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October 4, 2020

We are starting the new month now, time when the Los Cabos area typically starts to become very busy with visiting anglers. This year has been a
completely different story, as crowds of tourists remain light and the situation looks like not much will change though the rest of the year.
Weather has remained very stable, with no new threatening storms seen developing at this time, though with ocean temperatures still averaging 86
degrees or more, you never know what could happen. Early mornings are just now starting to feel that slight fall chill, light offshore breeze, ideal
time now, with anglers enjoying calm conditions most every day.

Sardinas are now schooling near the marina entrance, not many caballito being found, slabs of squid are being offered as well. Most fishing
activity has now been concentrated from the Gordo Banks to Iman Bank. With Iman and La Fortuna producing the most consistent action.

The most common gamefish being targeted successfully was yellowfin tuna and wahoo. The tuna are ranging in sizes from 15 lb. to 70 lb., we did see one
fish well over 100 lb. landed by a team of local anglers on an afternoon trip. The yellowfin were striking mainly on sardinas, but a percentage were
taken on strips of squid as well. The wahoo became more active this past week on these same grounds, most strikes for these speedsters were taken on
trolled Rapalas, sizes ranged up to 40 lb., some boats landing as many as five in a morning. Average tuna catches were a bit down this week, varied
from day to day, with one, two of three fish per boat being the normal catch.

Very few dorado seen and most that were encountered were small in size. A handful of sailfish were hooked into, as well as a few black marlin in the
200 to 300 lb. class. Not much bottom action being done, though on the same grounds where anglers were drift fishing for tuna there were some nice
sized dogtooth snapper accounted for, up to 50 lb, no big numbers, but it was nice to see a few of these fish, they have been scarce in recent years.

Good fishing, Eric



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GORDO BANKS PANGAS
Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147
e-mail:gordobanks@yahoo.com
WWW.GORDOBANKS.COM
 Oct 4, 2020; 06:39PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
 Author E-mail:  ericgordobanks@yahoo.com