Michael Keller’s Expeience
Arrived Monday, October 24, 2022. Everything went great as this is my third trip to the island and I am booked for a fourth next year. We started out around 12:45PM after being greeted very warmly and had a nice lunch and headed out. We made bait and headed south to try and catch some…Read More
OCTOBER 31, 2022 – STOKED ON CEDROS!
WEEKLY FISH REPORT BY TOM GATCH As the 2022 fishing season on Cedros Island concludes, we can look back at the past several months of summer and fall and reflect back upon all of the fantastic fishing action that was enjoyed by visiting anglers, as well as the many smiles that were on their faces…Read More
OCTOBER 16, 2022 – BIG YELLOWTAIL AND DORADO TAKE OVER THE SPOTLIGHT!
WEEKLY FISH REPORT BY TOM GATCH As we slowly move toward the conclusion of the 2022 fishing season on Islas Cedros, it is becoming apparent that a seasonal change is on the way. Although daytime temperatures are still hovering between the low and high 70s, partly cloudy days are becoming more and more common as…Read More
October, 2, 2022 – THE DORADO BITE CONTINUES!
WEEKLY FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH The seasonal arrival of dorado to the waters surrounding Isla Cedros is eagerly anticipated by the visiting anglers who come to the Island during the weeks between late summer and the end of fall. When hooked, their flashing golden bodies with brilliant hues of green and turquoise are a…Read More
September, 25, 2022 – TROPHY-SIZED HALIBUT STEAL THE SHOW
WEEKLY FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH So far, the summer and fall fishing seasons have been full of surprises. There has been a consistent onslaught of big, feisty yellowtail, many weighing over 40-pounds, inhaling everything from live mackerel to surface and bottom iron, as well as trolled Rapalas and other hard baits. We have also…Read More
To our clients and friends of Cedros Island Over the years we have enjoyed a healthy fishery of resident species of calico bass, black seabass, and broomtail groupers. These species and their local population are very susceptible to fishing pressure, and unfortunately, we have noticed a change, in particular of the calico bass numbers available.…Read More
September, 18, 2022 – CEDROS ISLAND: VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE!
WEEKLY FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH As the weeks pass, the fishing action has begun adjusting to the seasonal changes and we are seeing a greater variety of species being taken by visiting anglers. Everything from big yellowtail to 40 pounds or more, huge white seabass, dorado, bonito, barracuda, and ocean whitefish, as well as…Read More
September 11, 2022 – CEDROS YELLOWTAIL AND FLATTIES ON FIRE!
WEEKLY FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH It is practically the middle of September and the Labor Day holiday has come and gone. The fishing action has been fast and furious until it was virtually halted for a few days with the coming of Tropical Storm, Kay, which swept up from the south bringing with it…Read More
August, 28, 2022 – THE SUMMERTIME FUN CONTINUES ON CEDROS ISLAND!
WEEKLY FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH The weather is pleasantly warm on Isla Cedros, but the fishing action in the waters surrounding the Island is red hot, and seems to get even better with each passing week. Visiting anglers have been hooking up with limits of big yellowtail, bruiser white seabass, fat halibut, and even…Read More
August 21, 2022 – BIG SEABASS JOIN THE PARTY!
WEEKLY FISHING REPORT BY TOM GATCH Now that the 2022 summer fishing season off Isla Cedros is in full swing, it seems that every week a different species of popular gamefish ends up in the spotlight. But whether it be big yellowtail, hefty halibut, or even a prized golden dorado, the waters surrounding the Island…Read More