Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.
As the Admiral Seas It
Fishing Report: 5/25/15 to 6/1/15
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175lb Tuna Landed this Week!
Hammerheads and Bullsharks being Caught!
JC says: You want Recipes, ok I got Them ?
Weather is Great!!
Wahoo Still Here!!
Fewer Dorados but Nice Fish being Caught!
How to Cook Rooster Fish: Inside info!
Warm Weather Setting in?
Many Rooster Fish Recipes Inside?
JC Stuns Community with Recipes?

HEADLINES: June 1, 2015:
JC was screaming: “Just take them all, I have worked years on my recipes and now people are begging for them”. Jc said: I wrote that Ebook “As the Admiral Seas It, Recipes from My Heart”and now I am famous and the cat is out of the bag. He said I come from humble beginnings and now every spring breaker in Cabo comes by the office to get my Autograph. I had to set him straight: and I told him he was a Marlin legend in his own mind, at that point he snapped and said: I created you, and you created me, and together we have created this powerful Rupert Murdoch enterprise in Cabo. Jc Spouted: “I am the Ted Turner of Cabo and you are mere sandwhich in the picnic basket”. I said: picnic basket? You owe it to your fans to give away your fish recipes!! JC Screamed: “You been stealing my recipes for years now and I have instructed my lawyers to take legal action against you”!!! I am out of here I have a report to do!! Just another day in JC office?
Jc Sportfishing Charters is a family owned and operated business and has been fishing in Cabo San Lucas for the past 18 years. Jerry, explains that his charter business is geared more for families and novice anglers, making sure everyone who charters a boat with him have a great time and lots of fun. We welcome families, and groups. We want everyone who fishes with us to take all the sites in and have a memorable experience. This is what is most important to us. We have and do a few tournaments each year and can cater to fisherman who might be interested in tournament fishing. Well lets get on with the fishing report for this past week.
WEATHER: Been very nice all week and we can really feel the heat starting to set in over the last week and I think there is a storm down south that is maybe one of the first tropical disturbances of the season. We are not looking for any storm activity right now as I think we had enough with Hurricane ODILE last season. That was enough to last a lifetime, but for now we are having great weather.
WATER: Pretty much the same as last week as far as the water temps go.The water right outside Cabo Harbor is right around 72 to 74 degrees and actually pretty nice. Pacific side up and around the Finger Baja where it was dipping down to 69 degrees is still cold up there and it is like night and day compared to the Pacific side and the Cortez side.
This link which will show you water temperatures for the southern half of Baja. http://www.tempbreak.com/index.php?&cwregion=cb
BILLFISH: Marlin fishing has been really good all this past week. Lots of fish stacked up at the 1150 area and most of them are Marlin. Pitching live bait at them along with lures and slow trolled ballyhoo has been working very well. We did have one boat brave the pacific side and there was 3 boys aboard who managed to to land 2 Marlin, so at least 2 out of the 3 boys did score a Marlin which is really cool as we love to see the kids land some nice fish. The boys also landed 1 Wahoo, 8 Tuna and 2 really nice Dorado. We promised our friend from the fish addict that we would report about the great day they had over on the pacific side. None of the other boats wanted to brave the pacific side that day so the boys made a good choice to over there. CONGRATULATIONS GUYS!!
SHARK FISHING: We have been catching lots of sharks this past week, Bull Sharks and Hammerheads are lots of fun to catch, but it isn’t the season for them so we are catching them are releasing them. Lots of fun be we have to release.
DORADO: Dorado has taken a turn from last week with just a few caught this past week. Some of the Dorado taken this week were very nice fish and the Light House was a good area for Dorado using lures and slow trolled bait. Not a lot, but it is getting better and we are going into Dorado season now.
WAHOO: There are Wahoo still being caught at Grey Rock on jet heads, rapalas and dead cabilltos being slow trolled. They were catching the same amount of Wahoo as last week, but they are still catching this past week. Looks like a lot of guys have been spear fishing in the area and really I don’t even know if that’s legal or not? I heard one boat took 33 Wahoo and another boat 7 and at this point I am wondering where the fish cops are as it seems they have no problem messing with the sport fishing boats but not guys out spear fishing. The fish cops are always checking our limits, but they're never around when they are actually needed. Anyway, there is Wahoo in the area.
TUNA: They have been showing up at the doughnut, but not in big numbers, although there were a few taken on cedar plugs and striker kings with all being blind strikes as there were no porpoise in the area. There was one report of a 175lb Tuna taken yesterday.
INSHORE: Action inshore has just been ok this past week. There was some Dorado and Rooster Fish. The Roosters are averaging 12lb to 20lb and being landed from the Solmar to the Light House. Trolling live bait has been what there hitting so remember to buy a lot of live bait if your fishing Roosters.
From The Admirals Kitchen!!
How to Cook Rooster Fish?
A challenging game fish, roosterfish isn't usually considered a tasty food fish. Its distinctive dorsal fins -- seven thin, long spines -- rise when the fish becomes excited, giving the fish its common name. An in-shore species found in the eastern Pacific Ocean from southern California to Peru, its meat is tough and has a strong flavor. Look to the cuisine of the folks who reside on the shores near the roosterfish’s habitat for the proper ways to cook this beautiful fish.
Fillet the fish with a sharp fillet knife. Place the fillet on a work surface, skin side down. With larger game fish like roosterfish, hold the tail as you slice away the skin from the meat, placing your hand on the skin as you work your way up the fillet.Remove the bloodline; roosterfish have large bloodlines, which can give the fish a strong flavor. Once you remove the fillet from the skin, lay the fillet skin side up to expose the bloodline. Cut about 1/2-inch deep along both sides of the bloodline in a "V" shape to completely remove it.Cut the roosterfish fillets into around cubes, sprinkle them with salt and black pepper and marinate them for 30 minutes in lime juice. Saute the fish in a skillet over high heat until lightly browned, then lower the heat to medium and cook for about five more minutes. Like other members of the jack family, roosterfish has firm flesh and flakes when done.
Rooster Fish Wrapped in Sheeted Rice
At a glance
Serves:10 Difficulty: Medium

o 20 plaice fillets with thier skin marked
o 100g. olive oil
o 1g. crushed Fennel seeds
o 1/8g.Sherwood blue curry
o 8g. gray salt
o 10 sheets of rice filo
1. Grease fish fillets with olive oil on both sides.
2. Sprinkle the seasoning for each fillet on either side of meat.
3. Wrap each fillet with the skin up, starting with the broad end (head).
4. Roll each fillet in a sheet of rice filo.
5. Tie up each end with a blanched chive.
6. Fry at 180 ° between 2 and 4' according to the size of the fillet. (2 fillets per person)
7. Take of any excess oil and serve with a wok of vegetables in season.

Lots of RecipesRooster !!
Sport fishing for bill-fish/sailfish, in the calm Baja Pacific waters, makes for a wonderful adventure family fishing vacation. When your group of friends or family returns from a great day of sportfishing with some keepers like Dorado, Yellowfin Tuna or Snapper our cooks will prepare your days catch using some of these wonderful saltwater fish recipes. Also, for the sportmen fly-fishing for for Dorado is a lot of fun and makes for phenomenal eating. There is a lot of Rooster Fishoff of bajas Pacific coast. Lots of Sailfish, lots of Dorados, what more could the International angler ask !!!

Rooster Fish Chargrilled with Salsa Verde
Serves 4
Source of Recipe
Rick Stein
4 x 175-225g/6-8oz thick tuna loin steaks
a little olive oil
salt and freshly ground black pepper
For the salsa verde:
3tbsp flat-leaf parsley leaves
1tbsp mint leaves
3tbsp capers, drained
6 anchovy fillets in oil, drained
1 garlic clove
1tbsp dijon mustard
½ lemon, juice only
120ml/4floz extra virgin olive oil
1. You can make the salsa verde some time in advance. You can hand chop the ingredients on a board or use a food processor, but do not turn it on for too long. Chop the parsley, mint, capers, anchovy fillets and garlic together.
2. Scoop them into a bowl and stir in the mustard, lemon juice, olive oil and ½tsp of salt.
3. If you are going to cook the tuna on a barbecue, make sure that you light it a good 40 minutes before cooking them. Brush the tuna steaks on both sides with some oil and season well with salt and pepper. If you are using a rigid cast iron griddle, place it over a high heat and leave it to get hot, then drizzle it with a little oil.
4. Now cook the tuna steaks for 1 minute on either side until nicely striped from the griddle on both sides but still pink and juicy in the centre.
5. Put the tuna on four warmed plates and spoon some salsa verde on top.
Rooster Fish Baked in Tomato Purée
4- 6 ounce fresh rooster fillets
1 cup fish stock or clam juice
1/8 tsp. black pepper
1/8 tsp. grated nutmeg
2 Tbs. plus 2 tsp. tomato sauce
1/8 tsp. dried oregano or 1/4 tsp. fresh
3/4 lemon, juiced
1 Tbs. plus 1 tsp. fresh parsley, finely minced
Preheat oven to 350°F. Arrange tuna in a baking pan. Pour fish stock over tuna and season with pepper and nutmeg. Cover with a buttered piece of foil. Bake 15 minutes, until fish flakes when tested with a fork, lifting the foil and basting fish occasionally. Transfer tuna to a warm serving dish. Pour pan liquid into a heavy nonreactive saucepan and boil 4-5 minutes, or until mixture is reduced in volume by half. Stir in tomato sauce and oregano and simmer until hot. Add lemon juice and serve sauce over fish. Sprinkle with parsley.
Rooster Fish Honey-Glazed with Greens
Source: Better Homes and Gardens
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup reduced-sodium soy sauce
1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper
4 5-ounce fresh rooster fillets , 1/2 to 1 inch thick
12 cups packaged mesclun or torn mixed bitter salad greens (about 8 ounces)
10 to 12 pear-shaped yellow or red cherry tomatoes, halved
Preheat gas grill* or broiler. In a small bowl combine honey, soy sauce, oil, and red pepper. Set aside 2 tablespoons to brush on the fish and reserve remaining for dressing. Rinse tuna; pat dry. Brush both sides of fish with the 2 tablespoons soy mixture. Grill fish on the greased rack of an uncovered grill directly over medium coals or broil until fish flakes easily with a fork (allow 4 to 6 minutes per 1/2-inch thickness of fish). Turn 1-inch-thick steaks over halfway through cooking. Toss together mesclun and tomatoes; arrange on 4 dinner plates. Cut roosters across the grain into 1/2-inch-wide slices; arrange on greens. Drizzle with reserved soy mixture. Makes 4 servings.
*Note: Charcoal grill may be used, but allow extra time for coals to reach proper temperature.
Rooster FishBaked in White Wine and Mustard Sauce
Rooster fillets
Equal parts Dijon mustard
White Wine
1. Mix mustard, mayonnaise, and white wine. Make enough to cover all of the fillets you will be cooking.
2. Place fish in a baking dish (you may want to butter the dish to prevent sticking), and cover with the sauce. Horne a 350 until the fish flakes.
Rooster Fish – Asado
20 pounds rooster.
5 cups almonds, toasted then pulverized in a food processor
10 oz. olive oil
5 large onions, minced
1/3 cup minced garlic
3 quarts fish stock
10 large onions, sliced thin
2 tablespoons thyme
3 cups lime juice
salt and pepper, to taste
Heat 1/3 of the olive oil in a large sauté pan. add onions sauté briefly. Add almonds, garlic and parsley. Cook about 5 minutes. Do not brown. add 1/3 of the fish stock. Remove from the heat, season with salt and pepper. Use the remaining olive oil to oil some 2" hotel pans. Cover the bottom with a layer of sliced onions. Plave the fish portions on top of the onions. Sprinkle the fish with lime juice, thyme, salt and pepper. Spread a little of the almond-onion mixture on each portion. Pour some of the remaining fish stock in each pan. Bake at 350 F 20-25 minutes until fish is done. Be careful that the nut mixture does not burn.
Rooster Fish - Crispy in Chilli and Herb Sauce
4 tbl Honey
3 tbl Red wine vinegar
2 tbl Dark soy sauce
8 x Fresh rooster fillets
Flour for coating
Vegetable oil
3 tbl Sesame seeds
Freshly cooked pasta, to serve
1 tbl Fresh mint, chopped
1 tbl Fresh basil, chopped
1 tbl Fresh coriander, chopped
2 tbl Fresh flat leaf parsley, chopped
1/2 tsp Fresh hot green chilli pepper, chopped
1 x Garlic clove
200 ml Olive oil
4 tbl Plain yoghurt
Put the honey, vinegar and soy sauce in a small pan and boil to reduce by two-thirds. Set aside. Combine all the sauce ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Season with salt only. Preheat the grill (broiler). Dust the skin of the fish fillets with flour. Heat a film of vegetable oil in a frying pan and quickly fry the fish, on the skin side only, until golden. Transfer the fish to a metal dish or tray, placing it skin side up. Spoon the honey mixture over the skin and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Place under the grill and cook until nicely coloured. Serve 2 fillets on each warmed plate with fresh pasta. Spoon the sauce over the pasta and serve.
BEWARE: Please beware of the guys in the street selling boat charters. If you wait till the day you are fishing and go to the dock where your boat is many times people will mislead you to another boat or dock trying to put you on a boat that was not meant for you. You need to have a person guide you to your boat, who is from a reputable charter company. This way there is no confusion or misleading. Please remember when renting Sport fishing boats in Cabo that you rent your boat from reputable and established business. Walk into a fishing fleet office and ask questions about what you are getting and what are the costs? You don't want to rent boats from vendors in the streets and you do not want to book through shady websites offering you the world. Check through travel forums about reputable fishing fleets to deal with. Look for testimonials about the fleet your booking, your charter with. Ask about what will the boat be supplying? Will it include beverages or lunches? How much does it cost to fillet your catch? Check to see if charter boat is insured? Ask about getting your catch smoked? Check cost of a fishing license. These are just a few things to consider when booking your charter boat. We will be talking more about this in the next weeks fishing report. Until next time good fishing and we hope to see you in Cabo soon. Come by the office here in Cabo and get all the latest up to date fishing report. http://www.jcsportfishing.com http://youtu.be/tSXN6pifQyQ