By Mike Calabrese- For over a week now, most boats fishing the waters of Isla Mujeres have been on the receiving end of steady Sailfish action. While the bite has moved a bit further north, the fleet is consistently getting 25+ shots a day. Same story here as anglers are greeted with a nice mix of bird and baitball action along with a steady trolling bite to fill the voids. If you have never witnessed Sailfish “cutting” into a school of sardines with frigate birds competing from above, Isla is the place to do so. Truly “National Geographic” stuff we are witnessing here. Some top scores for the week include Capt. Newt Cagle and the Dirty Business boat catching 42 out of an untold number of bites(1/20) and the Blue View, skippered by Taylor Hanson catching an impressive 32/43 today (1/21). Looks like another big frontal blow coming over the weekend hopefully will stir things up and get the fish back south a bit.