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March 23 2023

VIP Guests from Helena, Montana
Marc and Tammy Bridges
Visiting today aboard Holland America Cruise Ship Zaandam

Classic 31' Bertram #1 March 23 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Edina, Minnesota
Alan Koehler
Ann Koehler
Darren Nelson
Ingrid Koehler (18 yrs)
Carsten Koehler (15 yrs)
Max Helbling (14 yrs)
Reeya Anant (17 yrs)

40' Custom March 20 2023

Thank you, Hubie Marshall. What an honor spending time with you last evening.

A graduate of Coatesville High School in 1963, Hubie was a tremendous basketball player while at Coatesville. He was the all-time leading scorer in Red Raider history scoring 1243 points in only two full seasons as a varsity starter. Marshall led Coatesville High to its only undefeated regular season in the school’s basketball history during the 1962-1963 school year. Hubie once scored 50 points in a game at Coatesville – which is still a Coatesville record. He was named to the All State Basketball Team in his senior year. After numerous high school awards, Marshall went on to LaSalle College (now LaSalle University). Hubie was a three-year starter for the Explorer basketball team. He was known for his scoring ability amassing 1576 points for his college career in three years. Marshall was named an All-American at LaSalle in his senior year. While at LaSalle, Hubie was twice named the recipient of its Scholarship/Citizenship Athlete Award. He was a draft selection of the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and a selection of the Indiana Pacers of the ABA in each league’s 1967 drafts. Marshall played in the North American Basketball League for Holland - making Second Team All-Star in the 1967-1968 seasons. Hubie graduated from LaSalle College and continued to play basketball for Phillips 66 teams (where he was employed) as a semi-professional for many years. He was named to the Big Five All-Time Team (only 50 players were chosen to receive this honor) for his basketball accomplishments during his incredibly successful career at LaSalle.
March 20 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Indianola, Iowa
Mari Jo Massanet and Layton Squire

28' Cruiser
March 20 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Old Greenwich, Connecticut

Francisco Rodriguez
Alejandro Rodriguez
Cristina Rodriguez
Sophia Pinelli
George Michael Weiksner
Luke Weiksner
LJ McKay
Larkin McKay

40' Custom March 18 2023

Returning VIP Guests visiting from Waverly Minnesota

Joel Ebert
Benjamin Ebert (14 yrs)
Justin Niesen
Brody Niesen (13 yrs)

34' Blackfin March 17 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Waterloo, Iowa
Jared and Lori Honermann

40' Custom March 17 2023

Returning VIP Guest Axel Mayhew with friends
Alford Sandoval
Jamie Sandoval
Andrea Salazar

58' Riviera
March 15 2023

Returning VIP Guest Kevin Hooks from Las Vegas Nevada with
Casey (age 11)
Kian (age 11)

35' Cabo Express March 15 2023

Returning VIP Guest Kevin Hooks from Las Vegas Nevada with 
Casey (age 11)
Kian (age 11)

35' Cabo Express March 15 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Haskell, Oklahoma
VIP Guests
Matthew Hughes
Cheryl Hughes
Michael (age 14)
Laura (age 12)
JW (age 14)

Classic 31' Bertram #1 March 15 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Olympia, Washington
Brian Sanford
Adam Vijil
Tom Bailey
Annie Klein

28' Cruiser #2
Wind It Back Wednesday 
With a full-on fish report from amigo Eric Bricston in SjD  -
March 12, 2023

A noticeable increase in crowds this past week, first wave of spring break activity. Just like clockwork the weather is changing as well, definitely feels like spring season already, sunny days with high temperatures up to 86 degrees, lows were now in the 62 degree range. Relentless north winds have also diminished and not such a plague as they were through the past month. Very pleasant now, great time to visit the Los Cabos area.

Ocean swells are very minimal and water temperatures slightly warmer, now averaged in the 69 to 72 degree range. Live bait situation remain scarce and scattered, slabs of squid and ballyhoo are available everyday, but obtaining live bait such as sardinas, caballito or mackerel has been very sporadic.
Eric's report part two

Sportfishing fleets are scattered about searching different areas, this week the more consistent action was encountered from the Gordo Banks, to Cardon, La Fortuna, Iman and San Luis Banks. With a mix of surface and bottom action being found.

Numbers of dorado being found dropped way off in recent days, just a handful now being found, most of these fish were in the 10 to 15 lb. class, did see a few bulls as large as 25 lb. A couple of wahoo were landed earlier in the week, a bit unusual for this time of year. 

Yellowfin tuna were still hanging around the Iman Bank, but were not easy to entice, only an occasional tuna being landed, some days none at all, others days just a few for the combined fleet, of the fish we saw, they ranged from 30 to 90 lb. Some hit on strips of squid, others on caballito or sardinas, if you were fortunate enough to obtain the live bait.

The highlight off the bottom was mid week when some nice yellowtail were found off of the various high spots. Most of these are taken on various baits and a few on yo-yo jigs. These fish were weighing in the 20 to 35 lb. range. Encouraging to see these yellowtail, we hope the bait situation improves some as the recent full moon darkens some more. In recent seasons the month of March has been the most productive for these popular gamefish.

Most numerous bottom species was the bonito, striking over the high spots, mainly on yo-yo jigs, we did also see limited numbers of grouper, snapper, whitefish, sheephead, amberjack and triggerfish, a couple of amberjack over 50 lb. were weighed in.

Billfish action slowed way down, we are only seeing an occasional striped marlin accounted for, no large bait concentrations now attracting these fish into any feeding frenzies.

Good Fishing, Eric
March 13 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Great Bend, Kansas
Derek and Chrissy Genova

28' Cruiser Sunday March 12 2023

VIP Guests visiting from South Jordan, Utah

Jean and Amy Brevil
28' Cruiser

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March 11 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Atlanta Georgia
Jim and Lee Lewis
Kahong Lin
Haipeng Khor

40' Custom March 11 2023

Father and Son Day
VIP Guests visiting from Marshall, Minnesota
Mark Jensen and son Shep

28' Cruiser March 11 2023

Day Two for VIP Guests Father and Son
Nate Sisler and Dad Jim.

Panga March 9 2023

VIP Guests visiting from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Jake and Kaitlin Burkett

28' Cruiser 2
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