Puerto Vallarta fishing
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Puerto Vallarta fishing report May 2014
Puerto Vallarta fishing Report May 2014
The weather is heating up and that means it is the start of the Billfish season and Marlin fishing Tournaments in
Puerto Vallarta.  Captain Freddy went out on a 10 hour day last Tuesday the 13th and caught the first Black
Marlin of the Puerto Vallarta fishing Season after releasing the the big fish captain Freddy said it was about 500
lbs.  He caught the Black Marlin trolling back from el banco about 20 miles off the point of Punta de mita in open
water with a Black Bart lure. Sailfish have started biting off the point of punta de mita but have been more plentiful
down the north coast by San Pancho. We have also been catching Dorado/ Mahi Mahi in the same area biting
mostly live bait. We have also caught 2 smaller Blue Marlin and a striped Marlin in open water.  Corbetena and
the bank have been a little cold this last 2 weeks but that should all change soon and We will start seeing a big
Marlin at Corbetena and el banco in the upcoming weeks. Bandera's bay is still producing lots Bonitas, Spanish
Mackeral, and also a few African Pompano and small mahi mahi, but most of Mahi mahi has been caught outside
of the bay. We have 2 boats going to the 54th international Sailfish, and Marlin Tournament coming up on May
28th this is where We caught the tournament record braking Marlin in 2011 See video below