Rooster Fish, Dorado, Jack Crevalls Close In!

BiG roosters out there now at Litibu

BiG roosters out there now at Litibu

The last couple of nights we´ve seen some heavy rain in Puerto Vallarta and while there are those that think the rain is bad for fishing, they couldn´t be more wrong! In fact, if it rains, it´s even better for fishing. Rightnow I would think that the fish are coming to the surface looking for some ¨Cool¨ water. But the fish, especially Dorado, think that when the rain drops hit the surface of the water, it’s bait returning to the water after jumping out to escape being eaten! It’s an old trick to use the wash down hose to sprinkle the water, then cast a bait in the midle of it. On days when you know the fish are there, and they won´t bite, this works! Keep this to yourself, it´s our secret!

Back to the fishing, Roosters and Dorado both like the organic bits and pieces that come down the mountains with the rain. They eat the smaller fish that like this organic stuff also.  So after a rain can be the best time to go after these beauties….

 

Right now the area around Litibu, or up near Punta Mita, very close in, you´ll find Rooster fish, Dorado, Jack Crevalls, Dorado, and more. But you first have to be out there before anything can happen!

Included in this post is a  Rooster Fish I caught some time back in case you´ve never seen one before!

We´ve also had some extreme tides lately. This along with the high water temperatures have been tough to deal with. But fish are now being boated in the reef and in-shore areas so the shot time angler can get something for the dinner table and not spend more time than he can afford or would like in the sun!

There are great deals on hotels and air fares are about as cheap as I´ve ever seen them…. Something to think about when the States are freezing! When a trip is less money than your electric, water, and gas bills combined, then it’s time to think of a vacation…

Stan

Today´s Fishing In Puerto Vallarta

The season continues moving forward into September, considered the hottest and most productive month of the year!

September is the month when it´s possible to boat a world record fish, but first you have to be out at our world famous fishing grounds to take advantage of the situations.

Now I live in Puerto Vallarta, have for more than seven years now and every time you think you´ve got the fishing figured out, Mother Nature shows you that ¨You Don´t Know Anything¨!  Guys like me, who have people looking to him to tell them what is happening, then trust me with a thousand dollars for a ten hour trip to an area that is 35 miles from the closest land  Then expect to catch Moby Dick! Normally I would say that Moby is not in the building… but now, he just may be.

As we come into September, we now the water temperatures and currents are the most favorable between now and the end of November. Yellowfin Tuna can run anywhere from 70 to 300 lbs. It just depends on the day, the size of the fish migrating in the area and the bait available. No bait, no fish, no matter where you are! Some times location makes a difference with the underwater conditons, some call it structure, making all the difference.

Take Corbetena for instance, this place is the most flexible fishing grounds we have in PV. Many call it the rock, what ever you call it, it´s a fish heaven.  35 miles out from Puerto Vallarta you come across this rock, with a long pole attached in the middle with a light. Not much of a warning for this small island, but I guess it does the job. Off the island there are deep troughs or channels, depends on what you choose to call it…. Off the south end of the rock, there is an underwater finger that when the water is a little cooler, you can hit Wahoo! Now these are the best tasting fish I´ve ever had, and trust me, I´ve eaten tons of fish!  Just a little west of the rock is Volcanic Structure where if you´re a fan of Cubera Snapper or Dog Tooth Pargo as they´re often referred to, this is the place to be. Now there are those who turn their nose up at these ¨bottom¨ fish, but that is just plain stupid. These fish will normally be anywhere from 40 to 70 plus pounds. They taste great, and fight like a Sailfish when they´re over fifty pounds. On light tackle you´ve got a real battle on your hands! I´ve attached a picture of a Cubera Snapper to show you just how big they can get….. It´s in this article somewhere…..

Now Yellowfin Tuna love this area since the bait fish like to hang close to the ¨rock¨ for protection. The YF Tuna like to come up from the depths and slash through bait balls the size of WalMart, parking lot and all. It´s also deep, so if you have warm water conditions like now, warmer than we´d like with El Nino, you can run a down rigger and get to the cooler temps where these YF beauties will linger. Kinda like being in an air conditioned building when it´s hot an humid outside. Who wants to deal with the heat! Just south of Corbetena, like a fiveto ten miles can be very, very productive as well. Giant Dorado, Sails, Marlin and of course YellowFin Tuna will be there when they´re not hanging out at the ¨rock¨. So on any given day, anything is possible at Corbetena. The only bad thing about this location is the crowds. People flock to this location in herds and this of course can drive the fish that are there down or away….

This year is different, with the Dumb Scare Tactics the United States Press has been pushing, people are not out at the fishing grounds! It´s like fishing twenty years ago when you´d be the only one out there, boating fish as fast as your arms and back would allow!

Today out boat Discovery, our 32 ft Luhrs Express came back in with three Yellowfin Tuna in the 60 to 110 lb range. They were boated using a kite and a ¨double trouble¨ rigg where you can have multiple baits on the surface of the water in a mini-bait-ball. This is strong and right now if you´re not using a down rigger to get to cooler water or using a Kite, your chances of boating one of these finned fantasies is pretty slim.

There is a lot of news in Marina Vallarta regarding fishing and what is hapening in the world of fishing. So I plan on  more of these informative articles to keep those interested or just those who come across me and like my stuff…..

If anyone out there has a question on any subject concerning fishing or Puerto Vallarta in General, just fire me a email and I´d be happy to answer anything you bring up….. If you´ve been thinking of coming to Mexico but the press has the day-liights scared out of you, then go to this site that is built on personal articles by people who have been to mexico or live in Mexico. It´s: www.thetruthaboutmexico.com  I think you´ll find it a wealth of information and will settle your nerves….

Thanks for reading my articles and if yoú´d like, you can be my fishing buddy or friend on facebook. My email address is: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx .. hit me with an invitation and ýou too will see my Fish Pic of the Day…..

Take Care and remember to take a few minutes out of you day and enjoy the beauty around you!Stan

60 lb Pargo / Cubera Snappr

60 lb Pargo / Cubera Snappr

My New Online Fishing Program is Finally up!

Well OK, Finally, the premier show of Vallarta Fishing Experience is up on Banderas News online.  This was my first experience at something like this and I think it looks pretty good. Now it´s not a Pro sort of thing, but it was fun.  I talked to Juan Mall Sr., Capt. Steve Torres, Capt. Josh Tempel, Vendors, Models, and tournament hopefuls most of which didn´t make it in the segment. It was a lot of fun and I can see this turning into something fun.  It will force me out of the shop and into the boats! Don´t you just hate it when things like this happen and you just have to grin and bite the bullett!

This guy named Dave Tarr from SFProductions came in my shop and asked me if I would like to host his new show Vallarta Fishing Experience. Now he knows I´m the owner of Master Baiters Sportfishing and Tackle in Marina Vallarta. Which looks on the surface anyway like competition. Dave had a different person at first, but they parted when the other guy went independent. Now, I´m the new guy. They call me the ¨Star¨.. . . . .  ok.. But being on a visual program is a great way to market Master Baiters and get some exposure to the better fishing charter companies in marina Vallarta!

Like I said earlier, its interesting to be involved in the process, lots of footage never found it´s way to the show. We had enough for at least a half hour show… But the 17 minutes seems plenty long.

But now the pressure is on, I have to get boats out fishing. Not easy when the season has been tough this year. With the drug wars smeared all over the press in an attempt to scare folks from Mexico… The Bad Economy and the terror of foreclosure. Then the swine flu, it was like a perfect storm for tourism in Mexico. Everything that was being thrown in front of the American public was very wrong. It truly hurt everyone in Puerto Vallarta. The show should help promote Puerto Vallarta and Marina Vallarta. Very few visitors know there is a Private Marina off the Commerical Marina for Cruise Ships. So any promotion for the marina will not only bring me business, but help get people into the restaurants, Shops, and Real Estate offices.

Now Dave does sell advertising space on the show and ultimately this will determine if I stay or go. I´ve been thinking of an assistant that you could look at while I´m speaking. Now of course the assistant will be a real beauty. I know, more work, having to interview beautiful women. I know a few, maybe they´ll do it…. I am open to any ideas you all may have this is reasonable and promotes PV.

One nice thing about this time of the year is the fact the fishing is getting good and we´ll see the biggest fish of the season come  in between now and the end of November. To have a program and be able to grab action like this is like trolling for gold! ESPN, Marlin Magazine and others come to PV at this time of the year to get this sort of action that is in our laps! There is interest in this sort of program and why not get it out to people. Woith the potential growth in this arena here in PV, I will do what I can to take advantage of the opportunities this may present… Stay tuned….

You can see this at: www.Banderasnews.com … Right now the program is up so check it out and let me know what you think….

If kkyou would like to be part of my Facebook Friends you can invite me via: Catchfish@MasterBaiters.com.mx and you´ll get my reports and info without having to look for it!

Stan

Pro Film Crew to Film Us Catch/Release a Marlin, Can U Come Out And Play?

Can U Come Out And Play?

Can U Come Out And Play?

Would you know an opportunity if it big you on the butt? Lets see….

If you don´t know me by now, My name is  Stan Gabruk and I am the owner of Master Baiter´s Sportfishing and Tackle. I am one of the oldest Sportfishing companies in Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta. I write for several online magazines associated with fishing, Puerto Vallarta Newspapers, local Magazines etc. I just signed on with www.BanderasNews.com to do a bi-weekly fishing program / show called Vallarta Fishing Experience and I’ve  just finished my first show. I will let you all know the link when it´s up,  should be a day or so. But keep your eyes on the site things will be added often!

Anyway, I have this special opportunity that I think those who are coming to Puerto Vallarta (PV to the locals) and thinking of fishing, might be interested in. If this is enticing then you may want to give me a few minutes of your time.

Like I said earlier, I have this program, pretty cool stuff and I´m having a lot of fun with this. But I have a real problem, I need people to go fishing! Now I am not going to be giving away any free trips, but I will make you and your group the subject of a show!

If you book a fishing trip with Master Baiter´s, depending on when you´ll be in Puerto Vallarta, I will off you a reduced price on a charter, put a professional film crew on the boat with you, then film your day on the water! You will receive a copy of the finished product and it will be posted online for you and your friends to see. It will also be downloadable so everyone you know can have a copy and be the STAR U ARE!

The video has a $200.00 usd value and is what I would charge for the same, but lesser qualit product.

So there you´ve got it in a Nut Shell Amigos! This is a for real offer, During the best time of the year to boat a real Trophy and have it on film forever and ever!

Now if you look in my eyes of this picture, I am asking you… Point Blank… Can You Come Out And Play? Or do I need to ask your mother first?

Those responding to me Via Facebook as one of my friends will have a leg up since you´ll be the first to hear of this. Early bird and all that….. I am MasterBaiter Stan on Facebook, or invite me via CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx and it´s a done deal….

This isn´t going to be an open ended offer, so get on it or get left behind!

Stan Gabruk

Master Baiter´s Sportfishing and Tackle®

www.MasterBaiters.com.mx   Email: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx

011 52 322 209 11 28 Shop / Central Time

Water Temperatures Spike as Gamefish Go Deep!

Water Temperatures Spike as Gamefish Go Deep!

One thing is for sure, when you think you´ve got a handle on what´s happening in Puerto Vallarta Sportfishing, everything changes! As I will me mentioning over and over again, El Nino has raised it´s ugly head which means we all have to think a little differently when it comes to fishing!

This week as I mentioned earlier the water was so warm at our world famous fishing grounds that if you were running surface baits as in trolling, you would be hard pressed to entice a Yellowfin Tuna up from the depths. So if they don´t come to you, you have to go to them! Running at or below 100 feet right now is the trick, making down riggers a necessity. Surface baits are still working for many fish species, it just depends on where you are and what species you´re shooting for.

At El Banco, fifty miles out from Marina Vallarta, the high spots had Cubera Snapper, Large Mahi or Dorado as they´re called in this neck of the woods. Sailfish, Black and Blue Marlin and yes even Yellowfin Tuna. But you´ll have to be creative and have a real bag of tricks to go along with those down riggers. Artificial baits have been working well the last week or so. Remember Purple is a great color to use when running deep baits. Purple is the dominant color in the spectrum so for that reason alone, visibility, it couldn´t hurt. Using live bait, Goggle eyes or Skip Jack Tuna with purple skirts off the nose was working wonders… but keep this to yourself, we wouldn´t want everyone doing this and taking off with our trophies!

At Corbeteña, the most flexible fishing location in PV (in my opinion), you can boat Cubera Snapper in the structure areas, but really only in the structure areas off the rock. I see guys all the time throw ¨wounded¨ baits over the side just to come up empty handed. When just a hundred yards over where there is volcanic structure, you could be hitting these fish as fast as you could reel them in. This is an instance where those electronics you paid so much for can come in handy. But you have to know how to use them first, so watch the DVD provided and put that knowledge to work! No structure, no Snappers! Now Corbeteña or the Rock as many call it has deep troughs or canyons as well. Perfect for Yellowfin Tuna to shoot up from attacking bait balls that love to linger around the island. With all species of Marlin in the area, Sailfish, Amberjacks, Rainbow runners, you have some serious opportunities on any given day to boat something you can brag about for years.

The islands of El Morro and the Marietta Islands are still a machine when it comes to Rooster fish, Skip Jack Tuna, Bonita, Needle fish, Sailfish and the list goes on. You can expect the mid day hours to afternoon to be a high producer time. But it never hurts to be out there early! With the price of Diesel going up daily, you can take your time and save a few of your precious fuel dollars this way. 8hr days here will be well worth the money. Now remember, these islands are protected, as they should be, so keep your distance and you won´t have any problems with the navy who now enforce the law on this.

North of Punta Mita, you´ll find a lot of action near and around the buoys. Mahi in the 35 lb range have been common place. Rooster fish are closer to shore around the reefs and fair sized from 25 to 50 lbs if you get lucky! If you head farther north near San Pancho, San Francisco in English, you could get Black Marlin Strikes as well as Sailfish. Last week there were so many Sailfish lounging on the surface that with their bills sticking up from the ocean surface, it looked like a Cactus Garden. Sometimes you can cast bait and they´ll take it. Other times, they´ll ignore it, I guess if we could figure out how these fish think, we´d be as nuts as they are!

In the bay there is always the trash line. Now the trash line is an area where the dirty water that washes down from the mountains that surround Puerto Vallarta, pushes into the bay. At the leading edge of this dirty water is a line of organic debris (seeds, leaves, and crap in general) that the Rooster fish and Mahi love to eat. Small bait fish love it also, which in turn draws in bigger fish.  It´s like a fish home delivery pizza, it´s food that comes to you and its GooooD! Casting a three inch diamond jig with a small feather on the hook will drive these fish out of their minds. So a solid day of fishing in the bay is possible. If the rains aren´t happening, like this year for the most part, hang around the south end of the bay up to Cabo Corrientes. You´ll always find fish in these areas, but probably on the smaller size side as you´d expect. Snapper, Roballo, Bonito, Needle fish are just a few that come to mind. Casting, trolling or bottom fishing, they all work if you keep an open mind and think outside of the box.

With the unpredictable conditions that we now have anything is possible in the near future. Large Yellowfin, Black Marlin, you name it, they´re out there, but they´re not ¨easy amigo. Make sure you´ve got a full bag of tricks with you where you have plenty of color on your lures. Down riggers, Kites, and Squid for chum will make or break your day!

This week the tides were on the extreme side so remember this when heading out. Extreme conditions like super high or low tides, Full moon or New moon alike can all you pulling your hair out, so don´t be discouraged, get determined!

For the local boys, the Navy has teamed up with the Port Authority and they are finally checking things like Matriculas (operating licenses), Insurance papers and of course safety equipment when leaving the harbor. For years now the boats who have been taking advantage of corrupt officials will finally be playing on the same field as the rest of us. This will force the majority of the fish charter boats to comply will make competition on product quality and price instead of undercutting reputable companies by hundreds of dollars. With the cut throat conditions on fishing charters these days, be sure your boat has all its papers before you drop a deposit down on some joker cruising the boardwalks. If they have a book in their hand, run. If they don´t have an office or storefront, run. Keep your wits about you and you´ll have a great time on the water!

That’s about it for now, until next week, don’t forget to kiss your fish!

We Still Guarantee Your Catch or 30% of your money back.  We are the only company I KNOW OF that does this anywhere! Only on specific company boats (company boats only in Marina Vallarta Store on the boardwalk). If you ask, we are also giving free hour fishing with every charter (except 12 hr charters) and a free T-shirt to who ever catches the biggest fish! That’s about a $125.00 usd value. Take advantage of this insider offer for reading my articles. 

Master Baiter´s now has a host of sites and features you can check out or become involved in. OK, if you´re interested in my Biweekly news letter contact me at: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx   Or My Public www.Flick.com  Photo gallery is here under the name: MasterBaiters.com.mx Puerto Vallarta!  Facebook:  MasterBaiter Stan …. My, Puerto Vallarta Sport Fishing Blog: www.masterbaiters.wordpress.com  We have World Famous T-shirts, Hats and other souvenirs items to choose from. We’re recommended in Fodor’s Travel guide for PV. Fishing and Tours Phone from Canada / USA: 011 52 322 209 11 28.. In P.V.: (322) 209 11 28

Warning: There is a pirate Master Baiter’s site that is in the process of being closed down by the Mexican authorities both on the internet and in a store in town. But the legal system is slow in Mexico, so if you visit any cloned site that claims to be Master Baiter´s offering guaranteed prices, at sites OTHER than www.MasterBaiters.com.mx, you are NOT dealing with me (Stan Gabruk) directly, . They even say they´re me on the phone, so don´t be fooled by imposters! 

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Fishing Report for Aug. 22, 2009 for Master Baiter’s Sportfishing and Tackle

Written by: Stan Gabruk. Continue reading

Obama Censored News Report on FoxNews!

We all know that Pres. Obama hung with some fairly radical people before becoming President. But if you had any idea of any of this information in this story, would you have boted for him? Probably not, but it´s too late now amigo, you´re stuck with him! Below is a email I got from a friend and I attache it below so you can read it for your self… Scarey Stuff.

There was a old saying that went ¨Birds of a feather, flock together¨ and that is what scares me amigos….. read below:

I got emails telling me to be sure and watch Hannity on FOX NEWS last

Sunday night because he was going to expose some very important information

about O’bama. 

 They did talk about him and some of the

stuff he did in the past but nothing we didn’t already know. 

 

Well guess

what?  Here is the rest of the story:

 

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WATCH RIGHT AWAY!  Copy and paste if you find these are not “hot” links.

 

This tells the story of our “fearless” leader!!!
I’m glad I finally came across other people who
were tuned into Hannity’s show, expecting the
Obama report, only to see a re-run.

Now who could have possibly had this yanked??

Let me think……..
Here it is~~~the Hannity Special on Obama that was supposed to air for
an hour on Sunday night.

 

The Obama Gestapo made them take it
off!!!!!!!

 

Here it is to view before they further remove our rights under
the first amendment.

 

Should we be afraid of what is happening??

 

You’re
darn right!!

 

To everyone who thought the special about Obama was going to be on
Hannity. It was taken off.

 

Here are the segments. You better watch now
before they are removed too.

 

Yes, the program was not aired Sunday so it was googled and
found the segments had been taken off of the internet as well.

 

Wonder
who did this?

 

Wonder who blocked this?   Is this our NEW Government protecting us?

 

Here are the 6 segments  if they haven’t been removed before
you get to them.

 

Part 1 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rthv8QmJLUw
Part 2 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJNhKZh8mGY&feature=fvw
Part 3 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95XFUi8PrTs&feature=related
Part 4 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gl4twMf1xyM&feature=related
Part 5 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKzFtKEysjw&feature=related
Part 6 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmEmRbRJFLU&feature=related

High Season Sportfishing in Puerto Vallarta, The Bite is On!

 

Tournament winning Dorado

Tournament winning Dorado

High Season Sportfishing in Puerto Vallarta, The Bite is On!

 

We´ve finally made it to High Season for Sportfishing in Puerto Vallarta. Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, Mahi Mahi and Sailfish are now dominating the fishing grounds!

What a difference a week can make, there are some big fish out there right now, but you better be equipped to the ¨Gills¨ and ready to put some work in! If you are really in the game, the payoff is a Monster Yellowfin Tuna of 200 lbs or more. Many are smaller, but the Monsters are out there and the fishing grounds are empty! You may never, ever, have the opportunity to find big fish and empty fishing grounds in a world class location like Puerto Vallarta again in your life time!

First, forget El Banco, don´t waste your time or fuel money on this normally productive location. Yes there are fish here, there always are fish in this famous spot, especially at the high spots. But for the guy looking to get as much bang for his fuel buck, this is not the place to be as of the time this article was written. Now things can change in a heartbeat, and they probably will, but at this moment other spots are firing a little more consistently….

One such spot is Corbeteña. The rock is in my opinion, the most flexible and consistent fishing location Puerto Vallarta has to offer! On any given day you have Sailfish, Cubera Snapper (60 lbs), Yellowfin Tuna, Marlin, Wahoo, Mahi, Rainbow Runners, Amber Jacks and the list goes on and on. For the 3rd Annual Marlin and Tuna Tournament this past week all the winners came back from this spot after the leading Tuna came in on the first day direct from Corbeteña. Pictured is a 248.5 lb. Yellowfin Monster that ultimately got the $20,000.00 usd Prize Money and was boated by Mario Davilo from Guadalajara. Not to mention the daily jackpot that was packed on top of that. This fish was caught on the first day and stayed in the lead. Capt. Hector was the winning Captain on Pecositas II which is no surprise to those who know the producing captains in Marina Vallarta.

But this wasn´t the only winning fish from Corbeteña, The first and third place Marlin (Animal House) was also caught here as was the winning Dorado! After the first day at El Banco, everyone and I mean everyone, headed to The Rock and for the first time in weeks, there were boats out there competing for position.

Capt. Steve on Sirena once again placed first in the Catch and Release Sailfish category on the ridges between Corbeteña and El Banco. If you remember last weeks article, I mentioned how this area was largely ignored and almost never given the respect it is due. So guys like Capt. Steve use their Global Positioning Electronics to mark the spots they like and BANG, RESULTS! For some reason people think the only place to catch fish is either Corbeteña or El Banco and when you put yourself in a box like that, you get left behind! So remember to keep an open mind, try new spots and for goodness sake use your electronic and mark these ridges, troughs and reefs! Of course scouting trips for serious contenders are always part of the game. As PV becomes a bigger and bigger player in the Marlin and Yellowfin Tournament Circuit, those who put in the extra effort will show the results. Those who don´t, will be left wanting!

Of course there are other locations that are quite active in our world famous fishing grounds worth mentioning. El Morro and the Marietta Islands this week were very consistent with smaller Mahi, Rooster fish, Needle fish, Bonito and others for the person with short time and a budget. Lots of options between here and Punta Mita where Sails, Mahi and Roosters are hard hitting and a real challenge on light tackle!

For those looking for a deep water day but short on vacation funds, Master Baiter´s® once again is offering our famous fishing parties. For $250.00 usd per person we´ll put you on fish with other people. Now which boat this will be on will be determined by how many people are interested in heading out. I now have several boats to choose from so being told there weren’t enough people to load the boat are words your ears will never hear. These boats are first class, with tournament winning captains, world class all the way. With the tight economy we´re just happy to be able to offer a deep water option for a reasonable price! You´ll be heading out most likely to Corbeteña and we´re the only charter company who has the bones to offer this trip. A shared boat that heads out to one spot, with limited equipment and very little concern for service (8 hrs) will run you close to $200.00 usd (after the tack on fees of $30.00 usd for a fishing license they already have for the entire boat). So this is a better option than the only one that existed up until now! We can schedule this option as far out as you like and is always very popular with people looking to save some money and still get Billfish or Tuna! Remember, the guarantee we offer is not valid on this trip, but you will get a chance at a World Record Possibility. If interested go to my web site at www.MasterBaiters.com.mx and fire me an email! This is news so it isn´t reflected on the web site just yet, stay tuned, if it´s a success it will go up!

I now have a Master Baiters Facebook page where I post my ¨Fish Pic of the Day¨ and it´s very popular. You can fire me an email and I´ll send you an invitation. Or just look me up at MasterBaiters Stan (catchfish@masterbaiters.com.mx). You´ll be glad you did, it´s interesting and it´s fun! I´ve been doing the Twitter thing as well (MasterBaiters) if you´d like to follow, or if you know of any interesting fishing tweets, let me know! I am also writing a blog (www.MasterBaiters.wordpress.com ) about three times a week to post news-ish type information as well as the daily activities of Marina Vallarta when it comes to fishing and other interesting information my fish head friends like hearing about. I do my best to keep it interesting. The internet television program and city promotions will be just two subjects we focus on…. So come join us in the fun and who knows, you just may like what you see!

That’s about it for now, until next week, don’t forget to kiss your fish!

We Still Guarantee Your Catch or 30% of your money back.  We are the only company I KNOW OF that does this anywhere! Only on specific company boats (company boats only in Marina Vallarta Store on the boardwalk). If you ask, we are also giving free hour fishing with every charter (except 12 hr charters) and a free T-shirt to who ever catches the biggest fish! That’s about a $125.00 usd value. Take advantage of this insider offer for reading my articles. 

Master Baiter´s now has a host of sites and features you can check out or become involved in. OK, if you´re interested in my Biweekly news letter contact me at: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx   Or My Public www.Flick.com  Photo gallery is here under the name: MasterBaiters.com.mx Puerto Vallarta!  Facebook:  MasterBaiter Stan …. My, Puerto Vallarta Sport Fishing Blog: www.masterbaiters.wordpress.com  We have World Famous T-shirts, Hats and other souvenirs items to choose from. We’re recommended in Fodor’s Travel guide for PV. Fishing and Tours Phone from Canada / USA: 011 52 322 209 11 28.. In P.V.: (322) 209 11 28

Warning: There is a pirate Master Baiter’s site that is in the process of being closed down by the Mexican authorities both on the internet and in a store in town. But the legal system is slow in Mexico, so if you visit any cloned site that claims to be Master Baiter´s offering guaranteed prices, at sites OTHER than www.MasterBaiters.com.mx, you are NOT dealing with me (Stan Gabruk) directly, . They even say they´re me on the phone, so don´t be fooled by imposters! 

Master Baiters Sportfishing and Tackle ™ is a registered trade mark and is protected under Mexican and international law.  Unlawful use of this trade mark will result in prosecution to the full extent of the law in the applicable country 

Fishing Report for Aug. 16, 2009 for Master Baiter’s Sportfishing and Tackle

Written by: Stan Gabruk.