Source: Marlin Mag
The Dominican Republic’s weather is has very high temperatures right now. But, we all know that after extreme heat we are prone to get a large amount of rain. Not every day is going to be bluebird calm with light and variable winds. Here are some tips to approach rough weather fishing and get those prestigious catches increasing.
“In rough water, the captain has to keep his head on a swivel and be constantly aware of what’s happening around the boat, while also watching the weather, tides and currents, because conditions can deteriorate rapidly.”
Hensley, of French Look fame, probably has as much time fishing the rough conditions of Cape Verde, Ghana and Madeira as any captain alive. Today he runs Chupacabra, a 64-foot Hatteras based in Los Cabos, Mexico.