Bisbee Black and Blue awards its 20th OVER A MILLION DOLLAR CHECK

This year’s Bisbees was a historical one any way you put it. Not only was it the largest pot of monies ever, 9.8 Million Dollars total (more than doubling last year’s pot of $4 Million). But it was also a historical day for Pisces, as it is the 1st time we have won 1st Place in the Black & Blue Tournament (well there was one other time when 28′ Karina placed and then…. well that’s a different story).

Not only this, but we were pleased to see another local charter boat take 2nd place, and that both winning teams were outfitted by local Captains and Mates.
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Almost a Million!

Congratulations to the winners for their remarkable achievement under harsh conditions: Team Pelagic Gear, with Victor Julio Pizarro, Captain and Jeffrey Aaron, angler; Daniel Arieta, angler, mate, Tony Berkowitz, angler, Brandon Cotton, angler, Mario Cubillo, angler & mate, Joe Frizzelle, angler, Kevin Hibbard angler & mate, Ron Kawaja, angler, Chris Raya, angler for their 319-pound Black Marlin, the only qualifying billfish landed in the two days of fishing. The catch earned them an astonishing $863,480.

Whatta Croc?

Epic 1st Day of the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament! Very happy to see two of our Pisces Vessels winning in the Wahoo and Tuna Divisions and having an All Cabo Local Winners circle!! 1st Place Billfish For Day 1 went to Sneak Attack with a 554lbs Black Marlin caught by Angler Steven Perry under Captain Vicente Bojorquez. 2nd Place For Day 1 went to Team Hooray with a 343 Lbs Black Marlin caught by Angler Eric Dunn and Captain Pancho Bojorquez. Pisces 35’ Bill Collector 2 took Day One Wahoo with a 38.9 Lbs for our Wahoo King Captain Gil Castro and angler Scott Kindseth. Pisces 32’ Bill Collector had the only Tuna weighed of the tourney by angler Mitch M , Captained by Juan Lopez. 28 pounds was all they needed to take 1st Place. Boat El Torito took the Dorado Division with a 37 pounder. Unfortunately because of storm approaching Cabo tomorrow’s fishing is postponed and we will see if fishing resumes for Thursday. WWW.PISCESSPORTFISHING.COM1st image courtesy of @loscabosbillfishtournament & @outyourfrontdoor All others by @pisces_sportfishing

Triple Digit Dorado

FIVE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE DORADO caught in this last week for the fleet! Top boats, like Pisces 42′ Sea Señora had 28 dorado were caught in one day, plus marlin were released and Pisces 45′ Chasin Tail, for example, had 24 dorado, marlin, and sailfish released too. We are proud to respect catch limits and sizes on all these mahi-mahi, keeping only what we must, releasing well over 300 of these fish, and releasing all billfish caught this week too. We also had a few nice-grade tuna of around 70- to 80-pounds, and we even released blue marlin. For those preferring to remain closer to shore, bonito, sierra, jack crevalle, and a few roosterfish provide surface action.

Wahoo! Fall Arrives

Pisces 35′ Valerie with Captain Roberto Sandez, aka “El Jefe,” were killing it this week. This boat had a 100% Catch Success Rate in five days of fishing. They had five billfish released, including a 250-pound blue marlin, a striped marlin, and a sailfish. Plus, 14 dorado, 25 yellowfin tuna (20 to 60-pounds each), and this nice wahoo yesterday. No wonder El Jefe is considered one of the “best in the business” and has been a Captain with Pisces for 33 years.

Baja Sur low Covid risk

Baja Bytes – September 21, 2021 Baja Bytes Podcasts Que Pasa Tijuana Bull Ring Although boats are catching sand bass, they are not catching large numbers of them. The fish are right on the bottom, and the lead head and squid or plastics are the ticket.Then outside in the flats, there are a few legalContinue reading “Baja Sur low Covid risk”

OLAF Drenches before moving on

Category 2, “Olaf,” landed near San Jose del Cabo at 10:00 p.m. Thursday with 100 mph winds, according to the U.S.-based National Hurricane Center (NHC). The Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) said that Olaf’s heavy rains and winds in the state of Baja California Sur affected 205,866 users.