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San Cristobal Island
April 10, 2018– Samysol fishing with Jason Lessenger went 1/1 on striped marlin fishing near Espanola Island
April 11, 2018– Jhonamar 2 fished McGowen Reef and reported having 40 plus bites from tuna and catching several wahoo on casting plugs on the surface. On the Hook fishing with guest from Argentina reported having a over 100 bites from tuna fishing near Espanola Island.
April 12, 2018– Michael Gasparo group fishing onboard On the Hook reported 25 plus bites from tuna on poppers and a wahoo. It was a fun filled day fishing on light tackle and casting at tuna.
April 13, 2018– Gasparo group fishing onboard On The Hook did not find tuna. They had a few wahoo bites but the tuna turned off.
April 14, 2018- The last day of Gasparo group and they covered a lot of water onboard On The Hook but found no tuna. The fish just turned off.
April 15, 2018- Jhonamar 2, Argentine guest fished near Floreana Island and reported hooking up to a nice black marlin over 600# that was lost at the leader so they got a technical release. Later in the day double from striped marlin but were not able to get a good hooks on either.
The marlin bite is slow which is not unusual for this time of the year. Colder green water pushes the marlin much further out but we can expect it to get much better in May and begin to peak in June as water will warm up a bit and cleaner water should move in.
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