Fishing Reports & News

November 3rd – TROPHY SIZE YELLOWTAIL TOP OFF THE 2019 SEASON

As we head out of our final week of the 2019 fishing season at Isla Cedros, it can certainly be said that this was one of the most productive summer and fall fishing seasons that our visiting anglers have experienced in the past few years.  As time passes, it has become obvious that recent efforts…

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October 20th – CEDROS DORADO AND YELLOWTAIL FRENZY CONTINUES!

The lucky anglers visiting Cedros Island this fall have been treated to an increasingly active bite on quality grade dorado and yellowtail, along with the world-class calico bass fishing for which the Island has become famous. Despite occasional seasonal breezes, there always seems to be an abundance of places to go that present a host…

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October 18th Shawn M. Sullivan Client Post

Again, six of us from Indiana made the trip to Cedros to fish Friday, October 18-Monday, October 21.  This was my 9th trip to the island. 3 of the guys from our group were first-timers; I love taking guys to Cedros as everyone is in awe of the world class fishing, majestic views from Cedros…

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October 6th -ANGLERS STRIKE GOLD AT CEDROS ISLAND

It has been a very productive fishing season at Isla Cedros this year. So far, the many species taken have included hard fighting yellowtail up to 53 pounds, quality grade halibut over 20 pounds, trophy-sized calico bass up to 10 pounds, large ocean whitefish weighing 6 pounds or more, a few nice broomtail grouper, and…

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September 29th 2019: CEDROS YELLOWTAIL FRENZY CONTINUES AS FALL ARRIVES!

As we head into the fall season, the fishing off Isla Cedros remains hot with yellowtail dominating the catch counts. But there were plenty of other species on the chew as well. The varied, unique fishing venues available around the Island offer everything from massive kelp forests and long stretches of sandy, inshore bottom, to…

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September 22nd -CEDROS ISLAND: YELLOWTAIL PREVAIL AS DORADO ARRIVE

Quality grade yellowtail continue to rule the surface action at Isla Cedros, as hordes of frenzied baitfish scatter in the often futile attempt to avoid becoming lunch for the hungry forktails. The calico bass bite remains active for fish up to 8 pounds, but the biggest news last week was the landing of the season’s…

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