Rancho Leonero Resort, East Cape BCS, Mexico A report right from the source: The week of July 6 - July 13, 2014 The Environment: Clean, clear water. Afternoon winds from the East. Water – 83-84 degrees inside, 86-88 degrees outside. Air – Pleasant and cooler this past week; very tropical, with some overcast rainy afternoons. Highs in the low 90s. The Bottom Line: Good news on the bait! Finally we are getting some nice sardina! This will definitely help the tuna fishing. With improving weather, the bite is turning back; call it a 7 on the Rancho Leonero 1 to 10 scale. Billfish – The billfishing was better this week … a consistent blue marlin bite is helping with one or two being released daily by the fleet. The fishing has improved this week for stripers and sails as well. Yellowfin Tuna – Mostly 10- to 20-pound fish this past week. There are two areas producing tuna … inside within two miles of the beach between Frailes and Vinorama and outside from 10 to 20 miles out under the porpoise. Dorado – The dorado were mostly schoolies. These smaller fish are harder to hook up with caballito and ballyhoo, but the sardina were the way to go. Roosterfish – The gallo fishing is good with some big fish this week! Rincon Bay in about 50 feet of water has been producing the biggest fish. A couple released this week were very close to 100 pounds. Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch … The roosters are huge and the yellowfin bite has improved as the week progressed.