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Loreto Fishing


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Loreto Fishing

  1. 1. Loreto Fishing Trip Sep 28-Oct 05
  2. 2. Weather Conditions
  3. 3. Smooth & Calm <ul><li>The first couple of days were scattered clouds, which offered some relief and the rest was clear, hot, and humid. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Species Targeted
  5. 5. Other Sightings
  6. 6. More Sightings
  7. 7. Just How Was the Fishing? <ul><li>Sailfish 14, Usually 1 to 3 each day and a few came off the hook. </li></ul><ul><li>Dorado 37, small ones released. Finicky not aggressively going after the bait </li></ul>
  8. 8. Each day ended up with a swim at the beach on Isla Coronado. <ul><li>We swam everyday at Coronado while Alfredo was cleaning the fish in order to get it on ice because it was so hot. While taking our dip, there was a school of small fish that would give a person a pedicure. John liked it, I thought it was kind of creepy. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Loreto Delicacies <ul><li>We ate twice at the Mediterraneo, a couple of blocks north of the hotel. Chicken Boracco one night and Sirloin Spaghetti the next. Good food but pricy. The rest of the time was at the Oasis restaurant and we brought our own fish to be cooked up a couple of different ways. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Health and Well Being <ul><li>The second day of fishing, the both of us woke up to Montezuma, me worse than JW, John got over his pretty quick. I had to go to the Pharmacia. </li></ul><ul><li>Although it was hot and sunny, we kept our lotion, shirts, and hats on with only one day of a minor sunburn. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Mexican Sunrise No trip is complete without it!