Cabo Fishing Pros

Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report September 24th 2017

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

September 18th – September 24th 2017

Weather Conditions:
Starting to get back to normal (after tropical storm Norma – with the ports being shut down for 3 days), with weather patterns now more typical for this time of year (with exception to a slightly higher humidity). Hopefully we can continue to be stave off any major storms this hurricane season (2 more months left). If you’re thinking of getting in on the upcoming billfish tournament month of October and are looking for the best Cabo fishing charters – give us call!

Temperatures this week were a high of 83 and a low of 72.
Humidity averaged 73%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 776F –81F, Sea of Cortez 80F – 84F

What’s working:
Live bait: cedar plugs, squid, and cabalito

Cabo Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo Fishing Report. Along much better weather, and more fishable seas – we are back to more consistent Cabo San Lucas fishing action. For billfish, we had a handful of blue marlin and a couple of striped marlin. Dorado action has been average, with a good number of tuna mostly football size, but a few large ones (50+) were also caught off the Gordo Banks.
Hot spots for the week have been 95, and the Lighthouse for marlin, and Gordo banks for tuna.

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