By Randy Rode, 11-Jan-2012 00:49:00
After three days of rains here on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic, we have returned to a more normal pattern of "winter weather". I say that because it only gets down to the low 70`s here at night, and the mid seventies during the day time, perfect weather, although the humidity is high, you get used to it.
Fishing-wise, we have a good strong easterly current, and the more typical E and SE trade winds. Seas are 2` or so with a long period groundswell running, pretty much perfect.
We are getting ready to put out some more FADs, which will give us even more good spots to fish.
To learn more about traditional Dominican Fishing techniques, log onto http://gocabrera.com/where-to-play/fishing-on-the-north-coast where I am writing a series of articles on the subject.
In the meantime . . . I`m making up some new, super special package deals, so keep checking for new deals! Come and visit us here on the beautiful North Coast of the Dominican Republic, it is absolutely un-spoiled and, so far un-discovered!
THE BITE: Dorado, Wahoo, Tuna, Bonito, Blue Marlin
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