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Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report January 20th 2018

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January 14th – January 20th 2018

 

Weather Conditions:
Weather has been just right. Warm, not too hot with very light winds, and minimal swells. Water temperatures are right where they should be for this time of year. All of this bring together some quality fishing right now.
Temperatures this week were a high of 78 and a low of 63.  Humidity averaged 66%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 77F –79F, Sea of Cortez 76F – 79F

Cabo Fishing Report:
Striped marlin are the focus these days – with some of pretty decent size. Yellow fin tuna (with a few big ones being found out at Gordo Banks), and Dorado as well as some average size Wahoo are close behind with regards to production of quality catches this week. Inshore fishing has also been producing some very nice size roosterfish.

The winter season is among us, with a little less tourists and therefore a little less pressure on the water, but the fishing is still very strong. If you’re heading down to visit out beautiful area anytime soon, and looking to do some Cabo deep sea fishing – give us a call, we’d love to get out on the water with you.

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Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report December 17th 2017

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December 11th – December 17th 2017

Weather Conditions:
Weather has been what you’d typically expect for the start of winter – Cooler mornings and very comfortable afternoons and evenings. We’ve also had a few afternoon thunderstorms this week. Winds have continued be light – even around the thunder storms.

Temperatures this week were a high of 79 and a low of 64.
Humidity averaged 69%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 75F –79F, Sea of Cortez 75F – 79F

What’s working:
Mackerel bait, cedar plugs and feathers

Cabo Fishing report:
Lighter crowds (pre holiday rush) have made for some nice no pressure fishing. We have also started to see our beautiful friends on their annual migration into the Sea of Cortez – the Humpback Whales. Tuna and Dorado are the focus these days – good numbers and pretty decent sizes as well with a few Tuna over 75#. Striped Marlin as well as continued Wahoo are creating some fun and variety in the weekly catches.
If you’re heading down to visit out beautiful area anytime soon, and looking to do some Cabo marlin fishing – give us a call, we’d love to get out on the water with you.

 

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Cabo San Lucas Fish Report December 3rd 2017

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November 27th – December 3rd 2017

 

Weather Conditions:
Weather has been just right. Warm, not too hot with very light winds. Water temperatures are right where they should be for this time of year. All equating to consistent quality fishing right now.

Temperatures this week were a high of 80 and a low of 69.
Humidity averaged 75%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 78F –80F, Sea of Cortez 79F – 82F

What’s working:
Mackerel bait, cedar plugs and feathers

Cabo Fishing Report:
Striped marlin are the focus these days – lots of them, and pretty decent sizes as well. Yellow fin tuna and Dorado as well – with some above average size Wahoo closely behind with regards to production of quality catches this week.

The fall season has started to wind down with less tourists and therefore less pressure on the water, but the fishing is still very strong – That’s the beauty of Cabo’s all year round fishery!

If you’re heading down to visit out beautiful area anytime soon, and looking to do some Cabo deep sea fishing – give us a call, we’d love to get out on the water with you.

 

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Cabo Fish Report November 5th 2017

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October 30th – November 5th 2017

Weather Conditions:
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

What’s working:
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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Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report October 29th 2017

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October 23th – October 29th 2017

Weather Conditions:
Crazy winds from the north finally calmed down just in time for the biggest Cabo marlin fishing tournament – the Bisbee Black and Blue! There were 120 teams from all over the world that enjoyed ideal fall weather.
Temperatures this week were a high of 86 and a low of 70.
Humidity averaged 58%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 80F –84F, Sea of Cortez 83F – 86F

What’s working:
Live bait: Cabalito. Green and cedar plugs

Cabo Fishing report:
As mentioned earlier – The richest sport fishing tournament in the world – The Bisbee Black and Blue marlin tournament was held this week. With a pot of over 3 million on the line – there were 14 black marlin, 54 blue marlin, 10 striped marlin landed that helped anglers make the money list. The top team “Ten Brothers” collected a nice big check for a total of $961,519!
Next week we have the Won Tuna Tournament – considered by many as “Cabo’s Blue Collar Fishing Tournament”. Only a $1000 buy in vs. the $5000 buy in for the Bisbee’s Black and Blue. It’s probably very limited, but if you want to jump in the last minute you might find a couple of Cabo fishing charters available –  We however, have been booked for months…

In addition to the marlin caught in the tournament, there have been a fair number of Dorado (in the 10# – 35# range). There were also some good yellow fin tuna. Inshore they are picking up some nice Wahoo.

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Cabo Fish Report Oct 22nd 2017

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

October 16th – October 22nd 2017

 

Weather Conditions:
Weather has been very nice this last week – perfect for the prime time Cabo fishing tournaments that are upon us. Temperatures this week were a high of 89 and a low of 78. Humidity averaged 68%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 82F –84F, Sea of Cortez 84F – 87F

What’s working:
Live bait: Squid, and Cabalito. Green plugs

Cabo Fishing report:
As mentioned earlier – It’s tournament time! The Little Bisbee ended last week with a very nice 574# marlin winning the tournament. This coming week is the grand daddy of them all – The Bisbee Black and Blue Tournament! This is what marlin fishing in Cabo is all about!
In addition to those fishing the tournament, non-tournament anglers we catching a lot of Dorado (in the 10# – 30# range). There were also so good yellow fin tuna, Blue/black and striped marlins. Inshore they are picking up some good looking rooster fish.

Hot spots for the week have been the Lighthouse for marlin, and Gordo banks for tuna.

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Cabo Fish Report for Oct 15th 2017

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October 9th – October 15th 2017

Weather Conditions:
Weather has been hot for this time of year! Perfect timing as Los Cabos begins to start to heat up fishing wise for tournament month. Starting next week with Los Cabos Billfish Tournament!
Temperatures this week were a high of 89 and a low of 78.
Humidity averaged 68%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 80F –84F, Sea of Cortez 83F – 86F

What’s working:
Live bait: Squid, and Cabalito. Green plugs

Cabo Fishing report:
In addition to a large number of tourists and anglers starting to show up – we also saw a large number of Dorado this last week (nothing huge 10-40 lbs), with a growing number of Blue Marlin’s beginning to show up.
A reminder that it’s the start of the tournament season – lots of action down here in Cabo this month. If you are planning on booking any Cabo San Lucas fishing charters this month – you need to get your dates confirmed soon, as there may not be any availability for the next 3 weeks. If you’re a planner and looking at booking further out, check out our Cabo fishing calendar, for the best times of the year for the different species that our amazing fishery offers.

Hot spots for the week have been the Lighthouse for Dorado and Marlin, and Gordo banks overall.

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Cabo Fishing Report October 8th 2017

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

October 2nd – October 8th 2017

 

Weather Conditions:
Tourists are back and so is the more consistent weather patterns that we see each fall (with exception to a slightly higher humidity). If you’re thinking of fishing anytime this month, remember the month of October is tournament time and we’re booking up fast. So don’t delay if you are planning on fishing in Cabo San Lucas anytime soon!

Temperatures this week were a high of 86 and a low of 75.
Humidity averaged 63%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 79F –84F, Sea of Cortez 83F – 86F

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

Cabo Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo Fishing Report. Along with better weather, and the start of the prime tournament season – we are back to more consistent Cabo deep sea fishing action. For billfish, we saw some good blue marlin and striped marlin, and even a few sailfish. We have also had some very good Wahoo, Dorado and Tuna success – and even some impressive Roosterfish inshore.
Hot spots for the week have been the Lighthouse for marlin, and Gordo banks for tuna.

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Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report September 24th 2017

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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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Cabo Fish Report for August 21st – 27th 2017

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

August 21st – August 27th 2017

Weather Conditions:
No tropical storms to worry about last week. Hopefully we can continue to be spared from any major storms this hurricane season. Weather has been typical for this time of year – humid and hot with calm to minor seas, making for some great fishing. If you’re thinking of planning or even dreaming of deep sea fishing Cabo – give us call to help you plan a trip worth bragging about.

Temperatures this week were a high of 91 and a low of 77.

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 83F –86F, Sea of Cortez 84F – 89F

What’s working:
Live bait: squid, cabalito and sardinas.

Cabo Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo Fishing Report. Along with the humid and hot weather, and calm seas we have been seeing some very consistent Cabo sport fishing action. Only a few blue and black marlin to speak of this last week, but a fair numbers of striped marlin have made for a lot of happy tourists. Dorado action has been average, with a fair number of tuna mostly football size, but a few large ones (50# – 80#) and one that weighed in at 150# was caught off the Gordo Banks.

Inshore fishing is still fairly active with Roosterfish this late into August.

Hot spots for the week have been Jamie Banks for marlin, and Gordo banks for tuna.

 

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Toll free from US & Canada: 1- 833-387-7377