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Cabo Fish Report for June 26th – July 2nd 2017

CaboFishingPros Weekly Fishing Report

June 26th – July 2nd 2017

 

Weather Conditions:
Having a small category 1 hurricane (Hurricane Dora) pass 250 Southwest of Cabo San Lucas, created some small rain squalls, and also some higher winds this last week. Temperatures also spiked up this week into the mid 90’s with most days in the high 80’s (lows in the 70’s)
Humidity 82%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 70F – 73F, Sea of Cortez 81F –84F

What’s working:
Live bait (small tuna) green lures and cedar plugs for marlin

Cabo San Lucas Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo Fish Report. Fishing is slightly better than last week, but still only so-so for this time of year. Striped marlin are the most prevalent billfish being taken, with the Dorado bite slowing down quite a bit. A few wahoo are being caught, as is roosterfish, but they’re having to work hard to catch them. There have been lots of football sized tuna around with a few large ones as big as 90 pounds being taken!
Hot spots for this week have been 1150 offshore and the Light House for inshore fishing.

The start of summer means the start of the Cabo fishing tournament season. Make sure to book your Cabo Fishing Charters before they book up for those dates.

 

 

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