May/12/2011
Puerto Vallarta fishing repot
with PV Sportfishing
Species Tuna, Sailfish, Mahi mahi

The month of May is always great time
for fishing in Puerto Vallarta  the
summer heat starts to warm up the
water, and the big Puerto Vallarta
fishing season begins. The water
temps between el morro and La
Corbetena have been between 85-87  
the last 2 days and the smaller football
Yellowfin tuna's are boiling. average
size this last week has been 15-40 lbs
biting live goggle eye bait slow troll
and casting
.The Mahi mahi / Dorado
have also started popping up as well
averaging 10-40 lbs also biting live
bait. Sailfish have been biting a little
bit north of Corbetena about 40 miles
offshore.  With Puerto Vallarta  water
temps in the mid and high 80's its
perfect for marlin season to begin, so
expect to see some  Marlins in My
next report for more info or updated
report please conact us.
info@puertovallartafish.com
Puerto Vallarta fishing report  
                             by  PV Sportfishing
www.puertovallartafish.com
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Puerto Vallarta fishing report May-2011
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