Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report
October 30th – November 5th 2017
Weather was perfect for the one of the last Cabo fishing tournaments of the season – the Won Tuna Jackpot tournament. Water temperatures are a couple of degrees higher than normal which have helped create a lot of live bait action for improved fishing.
Temperatures this week were a high of 86 and a low of 74.
Humidity averaged 65%
Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 82F –84F, Sea of Cortez 82F – 86F
Live bait: Cabalito. Green and cedar plugs
Cabo Fishing report:
As mentioned earlier – The Won Tuna Jackpot Tournament finished up last weekend – with 14 tuna weight in over 200 pounds (including 3 over 300 pounds). Local Cabo San Lucas fishing charters represented well this year with “Estrella del Norte” capturing the winning fish at a whopping 338 pounds! – along with a check for over $250K for the lucky angler that chartered the boat.
In addition to the tuna caught in the tournament, there a few other cows (Tuna over 200lbs) caught in the last week as well. In addition to large tuna, there have been lots of Dorado (in the 10# – 45# range). There were also some good blue and striped marlin, and a few nice roosterfish and wahoo.
If you’re coming down to the Baja anytime soon, and looking to do some deep sea fishing Cabo style – give us a call, we’d love to get out on the water with you.
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