Puerto Vallarta fishing report August 2017
Puerto Vallarta fishing report August 2017 We have seen alot of rain this month which is normal for August the rain has been falling in early morning and late afternoons but normally only for about 30 minutes. So if its predicting cloudy weather the day of your trip do not worry about it. Unless it is dangerous it is only going to help the fishing and you most likely will only see rain on the way out to the fishing grounds. OK now back to fishing August has been a up and down month but seems to have gotten better as the month reached its end. The offshore bite has been consistent in the sense we have been catching alot of fish but every day seems to be different species of fish. We have been catching Cubera Snapper, Yellowfin Tuna, Blue Marlin, Sharks, and Sailfish offshore on 10-12 hour charters. We have also seen Sailfish, Jack Crevalle, and Red Snapper, and el moro and inside the bay the Jack Crevalle are still biting along with other smaller fish.
|31 ft My Marlin|
|35 ft Cabo|