These last couple of months haven’t offered up the best surf fishing for sure but that is kind of the norm with hurricane season making things a little complicated during September & October along with the fact that it can be slow anyways with the transition period into our winter season. Hurricane Norma which came through at the end of last month was a big one & I think pushed our dorado season back a bit with really messed up conditions along the shore which are only now starting to clear up. There are definitely lots of juvenile roosters out along the beach on the Pacific side which can be fun on light tackle & although water temps are still a bit patchy, we’re also starting to see some early season Sierra which is promising. During these last couple of months I’ve been targeting some different zones & species & have had some great fun with Pacific Tripletail which has to be my number one best eating fish for sure. They’re a pretty incredible looking fish & If you’re interested, check out my YouTube channel for some of that action & a pretty cool catch & release. Also, If you haven’t already, check out some of my other videos & consider subscribing to my channel, I’d really appreciate it
Otherwise, definitely hoping to get into some dorado action soon & hope to see you out on the beach.
Till next time, tight lines!!