July 2013 ● Fishing High Season Explodes in July in Our World Famous Fishing Grounds

By Stan Gabruk • Master Baiter’s Sportfishing and tackle • July 2013

With the 4th of July Weekend, summer officially begins in America. Canadians celebrate Canada Day on the 1st of July and most of the Canadian owned restaurants and bars have special meals and drink specials for this day. We also see the return of World Class Fishing the world of professional Sportfishing covets. With July begins high season for fishing, Giant Black Marlin and Monster Yellowfin Tuna. Two of many reasons Puerto Vallarta is on the world stage as one of the premier vacation destinations in the world. That´s right amigos, I said world. You´ll see why as you visit our fair city.

fishing_BayFishingSummer in Puerto Vallarta switches from International visitors to home grown Mexican Nationals as they take over the Pueblo they all know and love. Either North American or a National, everyone loves the fishing at Corbeteña and El Banco. Both world famous locations any person with the gumption and fuel dollars can come in with a world record fish!

fishing-blackmarlinSailfish and Dorado are increasing in numbers as the days tick by. Inside the bay you´ll find fields of Skip Jack Tuna, perfect for younger anglers, fly guys and those who just want some action. A great time for the person not interested in finding Moby Dick, bay fishing is your answer.

Be sure to check out the activities in the local news services, all sorts of celebrations and sales happen in July as summer returns to Vallarta.

Stan Gabruk – Owner of Master Baiter’s Sportfishing and Tackle
Please Visit: MasterBaiters.com.mx
E-mail: stanray55@yahoo.com

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