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East Cape - Dorado, tuna, groceries and beer Fishing Report - September 28, 2014

Date of trip: September 28, 2014
Posted September 28, 2014 by Jen Wren
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East Cape - Dorado, tuna, groceries and beer

By now I believe everyone is aware that on September 14 Cabo San Lucas took a direct hit by the largest hurricane to make landfall in the area in recorded history. Devastation was widespread and in normal fashion the news media dwelled on every little gory detail. As bad as it was the press always seem to have a way of making it look worse than reality.

Hurricane Odile did bring hurricane force winds and several inches of rain to the East Cape but damage was very minimal. What has been most harmful and has had the largest impact is the closure of the Los Cabos airport until October 8. Also, the lack of current updates by the press of the amazing recovery and response of emergency relief by the Mexican government.

I have been receiving correspondence everyday from folks questioning if it is safe to visit our region. The picture that has been painted of no supplies or water and safety issues has frightened many. The fact is even the first arrivals on October 8 once leaving the airport will see very few signs that a storm ever hit.

We have had several cancellations because our guests have not been able to get here. To keep my sanity in the absence of charters we have gone fishing the last few days. Dorado, tuna and sailfish have been abundant.

Mark Rayor
US cell 310 308 5841
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