Cabo San Lucas
Incredible fishing continues in Cabo with excellent catch success rates for the fleet and CRAZY numbers of marlin caught and released just this week. We had 899 marlin released in Total!
Marlin bite picked way up compared to last week. We had 141 Marlin Released total for the fleet, with the Top boats, such as Pisces 37’ BBII releasing 23 Billfish in the week. Their best day they went 10 for 14 on Striped Marlin. Pisces 35’ Bill Collector 2 also did well in the week with 19 Released; going 7 for 9 on their best day. Only one Dorado caught and a few Skipjack Tuna and still a few good inshore catches of Sierra Mackerel, Grouper, Snapper, Ladyfish, Bonita, Triggerfish, etc….Rebecca Ehrenberg
BajaBytes Sport Fishing Update December 27 It’s a wrap! The 52nd report for 2022 is written and posted, and we will see you here next week for the first 2023 report! So, Happy New Year to all. Bull RingLately, there has been lots of little stuff outside the edges of the kelp on the bottom,Continue reading “BajaBytes Wrap for 2022”
Billfish are off the charts with double-and a few triple-digit release days at the Finger Bank. As the action ramps up early before the first of the year. Baja California Sport Fishing Bull Ring Some nice-sized sand bass are showing outside the kelp line with fresh dead squid – from around 150 to 225 feetContinue reading “Billfish Explode at Fingerbank”
Baja Bytes – November 29, 2022 Baja California Sport Fishing Bull RingSquid watch! If you can find a squid bed, the odds of catching yellowtail, seabass and halibut go way up! In general, surface fishing is sketchy. There are still a few 3-pound class bonito around, but they are very hit-and-miss – mostly miss.Rockfish areContinue reading “Snook and Wahoo Show”
The week started out calm, with three nice days, before the wind from the north blew Thursday through Saturday. Until the wind slowed the bite, great action for wahoo was reported on the grounds to the north of Punta Gorda, as wahoo were hitting on trolled Rapalas and various bait. Most fish averaged 25 to 35-pounds, though one wahoo weighed over 60 pounds. Some morning charters landed as many as four wahoo.