Stripers Dazzle Cabo Anglers

First, on the Finger Bank, boats and clients willing to go the distance could expect to release double-digit and, in some cases, triple-digit scores of striped marlin. In addition, day after day, some of the boats returned with blue (marlin) flags, along with red (release) flags, strung from top to bottom on the outriggers.

In 2021, Pisces Sportfishing boats had 6,407 billfish released for the ENTIRE year.

In the first three weeks of 2022, Pisces released 2,052 marlin … @pisces_sportfishing!! An incredible record-breaking start to this year!

Sammy Hagar named Cabo San Lucas Ambassador

On January 5, 2022, legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recipient Sammy Hagar was honored to be named the first Los Cabos Ambassador of Tourism during an award ceremony presided over by secretary of tourism, economics, and sustainability in Baja California Sur, Maribel Collins, municipal president of Los Cabos Oscar Leggs Castro, senator of the Mexican Republic Lucia Trasvina and director of tourism Donna Jeffries. 

Rain from Border to Bahía Ascensión    

Baja Bytes –January 4, 2022      Baja Bytes Podcasts Que Pasa Stars & Stripes Tournament is in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Happy New Year!! Don’t forget to register for the 25th Annual Stars & Stripes Tournament. Be sure to register early, as you will not want to miss this event!!   The 24th Stars & Stripes CharityContinue reading “Rain from Border to Bahía Ascensión    “

Baja catches climb as 2022 arrives

Merry Christmas from deep in the hinterlands of Baja Sur! The word “Epic” is overused in fly fishing, but this catch is epic in every way for Daniel Kim, who traveled from New York City for the opportunity to experience a winter grande from the beach. It’s as good as it gets!…Lance Peterson

A Baja Merry Christmas

Baja Bytes –December 21, 2021      Que Pasa The Reason for the Season I was fortunate enough today to join the Second Annual Buena Vista Drive. It’s a food and gift drive, and we get to deliver the goodies to remote families – I hope it’s as much fun for them as it is for us.Continue reading “A Baja Merry Christmas”

Baja wahoo and Tuna as Christmas Looms

Baja Bytes –December 14, 2021      The fishing is excellent in Baja! There isn’t a report on a specific location as being the best as too many places were finding fish over the last month.  Being light and energetic, I’ve been fortunate to fish in areas where no other boats or people had been for days.  Continue reading “Baja wahoo and Tuna as Christmas Looms”

Mex ONE 48 Years Old!

Yellowtail fishing has been solid for medium-sized yellows at the San Bruno reef. Live mackerel gets fished the most for yellowtail and usually gets the best results.  Blue and white iron chuckers have also been doing well on the smaller, 12-pounders.

The “hot talk” is about taking the long ride north to hammer the big yellows at Pulpito and the Almejas rock piles.  “Let’s go, let’s go” doesn’t mean the fish are hitting the decks, but the time of year is pointing in that direction. As soon as the Christmas tourist rush is over, we should be seeing more big yellows coming in from up north.

Thankful for another BANNER week!

We did it again win wahoo category on Orsan tournament 2021 with this beauty 51 pounder, fishing with my three brothers was epic win a tournament with them thanks at my amigo Dany to make this happen…Jaqueline sportfishing

Baja Fall Action Continues

What a day for Pisces 66′ Viking Friday Bank  Angler Malia Evans told us about her day, “We had three generations of family aboard. We caught seven dorado and one marlin released! Plus, one of the dorado had a baby turtle in its mouth when we caught it. We were able to revive the baby turtle and release it, and it swam off strong.”
Memories to last a lifetime; that’s what it’s all about.

Stripers Reappear at Magdalena Bay

Dorado had been the mainstay for the last couple of weeks, but they became scarcer this past week.  Scattered fish averaged 10 to 15-pounds. Wahoo were harder to find than dorado.  Early in the week, several wahoo, close to 40-pounds, were brought in, with others lost as well. Then through the rest of the week, these fish were not biting. We are optimistic that the wahoo will become more active as conditions come into shape, as this is their typical peak season.