Late season Dorado by Justin Campbell

Late season Dorado by Justin Campbell

How about this Late season Dorado by Justin Campbell taken on a a MYDO Baitswimmer Couta Trace #1. Not sure what the bait was, but it was caught off Port Shepstone, whilst fishing with his old man Neil.

The dorado seem to come in two waves. November is the most reliable, whilst the April run seems to produce better sized fish. Nice one pal!

The MYDO #1 is an extremely versatile tool for rigging baits for big saltwater fish. Weighing in at just over an ounce and featuring a hydrodynamically designed keel shape, you can swim a ballyhoo/halfbeak at high speeds – for fish like sailfish, dorado and wahoo. It means you can target more species with the same effort.

It is also main season time for crocodile sized king mackerel down the south coast of KZN in South Africa…get in touch if you want to give it a go at the 30kg plus sized fish that have been coming out. This year’s best stands at 36 and was taken off Port Edward, as usual.

Email me on umzimkulu@gmail.com for more information and a plan to get out there…off the rocks or from a ski-boat.


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