Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Cabo Fishing Report for August 7th – August 13th 2017

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

August 7th – August 13th 2017

 

Weather Conditions:
More fallout from tropical weather this last week – tropical storm Franklin passed over Southern Mexico from the Gulf of Mexico side. The port authority did chose to close down the port for one day, but besides that day, it’s just been very cloudy and humid this last week – with some rain storms predicted this weekend.

Temperatures this week were a high of 89 and a low of 78.

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 80F –84F, Sea of Cortez 82F – 85F

What’s working:
Tuna are loving squid and who bait (cabalito and sardinas).

Cabo Fish Report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo fishing report. Even with the funky weather the Cabo sport fishing was very good. Large tuna have dominated the action, but there have been a couple of good size marlin’s taken lately – Both black and blue marlins over 350 pounds. Still a few Dorado, Wahoo and even Roosterfish being taken.

Hot spots for the week have been Gordo Banks and Iman Bank, with the 1150 showing some promise.

 

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Friday, August 11, 2017

Cabo Fish Report for July 31st – August 6th

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

July 31st – August 6th 2017

Weather Conditions:
Everyone has been enjoying the calmer weather – with no tropical storms or hurricanes forming near Mexico (that is soon to change). Temperatures are always hot in August and this year is not exception – And along with increased humidity things can get a little muggy. But, people don’t mind when they are having the success on the water that we had this last week! If you’re thinking about doing some Cabo sport fishing any time soon, this fish report should help convince you to pull the trigger.

Temperatures this week were a hight of 88 and low of 81

Humidity 72%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 81F –86F, Sea of Cortez 84F – 87F

What’s working:
Live bait (Cabialito)

Cabo Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo fishing report. We’ve had an excellent week with large Yellowfin Tuna’s leading the way – many in the 35-70 pound range. Big marlin, well big for striped marlin (130-180 pounds) have been a consistent result this last week. Dorado and Wahoo were sporadic, and of average size.

For inshore fishing we had some great looking Roosterfish still show up to give some great fights, and pose from some great Facebook photos.

Hot spots for the week have been Gordo Banks and the 1150.

 

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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Cabo Fishing Report for July 30th 2017

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

July 24th – July 30th 2017

Weather Conditions:
More tropical weather this last week – influence by a couple of tropical storms (Irwin and Hilary) that were located further south before heading out to the Pacific. These storms affected the Cabo fishing with increased swells and a few more rain squalls than normal for this time of year. Winds however continue to remain light to moderate.

Temperatures this week peaking around 90 for the high, and in the high 70’s for the lows.
Humidity 60%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 77F –82F, Sea of Cortez 80F – 87F

What’s working:
Live bait (Cabialito) and cedar plugs

Cabo Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo San Lucas fishing report. Despite the increased seas, the fishing has been fairly consistent with a good variety overall. Blue and striped marlin have been found in good numbers, but nothing in the trophy size. Wahoo have been a lot more active. Tuna and Dorado have been a lot slower, but still showing up.

For inshore fishing Roosterfish have continued to show up and give some great fights.
Hot spots for the week have been 1150 and 95.

 

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Reservations:
Cabo Office: +52-1-624-154-4549
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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Cabo Fishing Report for 17th – 23rd 2017

CaboFishingPros Weekly Fishing Report

July 17th – July 23rd 2017

Weather Conditions:
Summer temperatures continue to increase, while the numbers of tourists coming out for some deep sea fishing in Cabo are starting to decrease. We had slightly higher humidity due to Tropical Storm Greg, but otherwise we were not affected. Winds and seas continue to remain light.
Temperatures this week as high as the low 90’s with most of the days in the mid 80’s.
Humidity 68%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 76F – 79F, Sea of Cortez 81F – 85F

What’s working:
Live bait (Cabialito) and cedar plugs

Cabo San Lucas Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo fishing report. Fishing has been fairly consistent and good overall, but boats are having to work hard and smart to keep from getting skunked. We are seeing a fair number Tuna, Dorado, with a few Wahoo sprinkled in – but sizes are on the smaller side. Blue marlin, Sailfish and Striped Marlin have also been available, but spread out over the common fishing holes – 1150, 95 and the Old Light House.
Inshore fishing is still producing some beautiful and nice size Roosterfish, but we expect that to slow down as we crawl into August.
No real hot fishing spots this week.

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Reservations:
Cabo Office: +52-1-624-154-4549
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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Summer is the Start of Cabo’s Lucrative Sport Fishing Tournament Season!

Million’s available for Cabo area fishing tournaments

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is well known as the “Marlin Capital of the World”. And thanks to its big-money fishing tournaments – it’s also the one place that a single fish can turn you into a millionaire overnight!

Cabo’s Bisbee’s Black & Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament is one of the most well known fishing contests, branded the “Richest Sport Fishing Tournament in the World” – Paying out millions of dollars annually – With it’s biggest payout to a single team in 2006 for $4,165,960!

Although the basic $5000 entrée fee for Bisbee Black and Blue may deter most people, there are also quite a few other lucrative but less expensive fishing tournaments around the Cabo San Lucas area. Beginning in mid June and running through November there are some exciting tournaments that are affordable enough for the average group of friends to band together and join the party, as well as get a chance at some big payouts.

There are a few different ways to win… There is the prize money for the first, second and third place biggest fish for the overall tournament. But there are also the “daily optionals” that are additional jackpots that allow you to participate in small and/or large “side bets” that pay out each day for the different levels of buy in.

What can you win? It all depends of the number of teams in the tournament, and how many are buying into the different levels of the daily optionals…

If you’re going to take a shot at the prize money, you’ll want to make sure that first and foremost you go with the best Cabo fishing charter company. Cabo Fishing Pros is absolutely one of the best sites to find and secure one of those charter boats. Locking in an experienced captain and crew with a proven track record is the key for both increased odds at reaching the tournament podium to hoist one of those oversized paychecks, as well as for just an overall good time.

One thing to remember, Cabo is a party town – Even if you don’t come away with a six figure payday, these Cabo fishing tournaments are all well designed and executed to deliver on a fun and memorable experience. With usually 2-3 days/nights of fishing and festivities, there is a constant party right after you get off the boat from each day of fishing – with amazing food and drinks each night, great people watching, prizes for side drawings, and swag bags from multiple sponsors. Make sure to check marlin fishing off your bucket list with some added flash, and sign up for one of Cabo’s fishing tournament today!

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Cabo Fish Report for July 10th – July 16th 2017

Cabo Fishing Pros Weekly Fishing Report

July 10th – July 16th 2017

Weather Conditions:
Summer temperatures are here – along with higher humidity. Two different small hurricanes far south of the Baja still had an effect on water conditions with larger swells for 3 days during last week, but in general winds remain light – consistent with this time of year. Temperatures this week as high as the low 90’s with most of the days in the mid 80’s.
Humidity 58%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 74F – 78F, Sea of Cortez 80F –85F

What’s working:
Live bait (Cabialito), green and cedar plugs

Cabo Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Los Cabos fishing report. Fishing has been good overall, with 2 slow days in the middle of last week. We are starting to see large number and larger sizes of Tuna now that the waters are warming up for the summer – along with a few good size blue marlins. Sailfish, dorado and striped marlin were also caught this by quite a few different Cabo fishing charter companies.
The best Cabo deep sea fishing locations for this week are again the 1150 and 95 spot.

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Reservations:
Cabo Office: +52-1-624-154-4549
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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Cabo Fish Report for July 3rd – July 9th 2017

CaboFishingPros Weekly Fishing Report

July 3rd – July 9th 2017

Weather Conditions:
Weather was hot last week, just like the fishing – perfect for all the tourists down in Cabo over the American Fourth of July holiday. Temperatures this week as high as the low 90’s with most of the days in the mid 80’s.
Humidity 62%

Average Water Temperatures:
Pacific 75F – 79F, Sea of Cortez 81F –83F

What’s working:
Live bait (Cabialito) and cedar plugs

Cabo Fishing report:
Welcome to this weeks Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report. Fishing has finally picked up with billfish being the most dominant species – specifically striped marlin (with an occasional blue marlin and even a swordfish caught by one of the other local Cabo fishing charters). Dorado are few and far between, but Yellow Fin Tuna have are back in large numbers, but just not large in size – most in the 10-20 pound range, with a couple of “reported” lost tunas in the 50+ range over the week. Inshore fishing has picked back up again for Roosterfish and Jack Crevalle.

Hot spots for this week have been the 1150 and 95 spot for the billfish.

 

Website: Cabofishingpros.com
Reservations:
Cabo Office: +52-1-624-154-4549
Toll free from US & Canada: 1- 833-387-7377

 

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