East Cape comes Alive: The old Norm is back.

Jen Wren in route to the fishing grounds.

The East Cape fishery has gone from zero to full throttle in a period of 10 days. It has been a tough,  for anglers but now the tide has turned and the place is hitting on all cylinders. Tuna, striped marlin, wahoo and roosterfish have all shown up in volume with an appetite.


Nice Skinny for a happy angler

Our area has always had such a prolific fishery anglers have come to expect great things everyday.

The last 3 years fishing was pretty good by some other fishing destination standards but many had expectations so high they were disappointed. Now we are experiencing glimmers of the old norm before being plagued with El Nino conditions.




Big Yellowfin Tuna being welcomed aboard.


If you want the taste of Old Mexico visit us at Jen Wren Sportfishing. Nothing like a relaxing time chilling on the beach and catching a few gamefish during a busy day on the boat.

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Tight Lines.


Team Accurate


Couple more cool Images of the East Cape right outside the Jen Wren Casa’s on the Beach.

A day to remember. Sunset on the Cape.








Pez Gallo – Rooster of the Sea.








Sailfish on point. Putting his best Beak forward.







Nice Wahoo on the troll for a happy group of anglers. Great Table fare.
Lots of Tourists on their way south.






Happy Group of locals going for a quick swim.


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