In the second event of the year, the Los Cabos Offshore marlin tournament shattered both attendance records and the total payout amount. The two-day event awarded eight of the 127 participating teams with its 769 anglers from around the world $1,457,000, breaking the enviable MILLION-DOLLAR mark for the second year in a row throughout its 20-year history.
The Bisbee’s LCO Tournament takes place each October in Cabo preceding the largest tournament held in Baja Sur each year – the Bisbee Black & Blue scheduled October 20 – 24, 2020.
The ongoing Pandemic has affected all activities including the Registration and the Weigh Station which were both moved to the API Cruise Ship Pier.
Baja Bytes Fishing – Tuesday, June 9, 2020 Que Pasa Baja Los Cabos is second Mexican destination to get Safe Travels stamp Click Here As of Sunday, Tijuana had 2,335 confirmed cases and 643 deaths, according to Secretaría de Salud del Estado de Baja California. But Mexicali cases have surpassed Tijuana’s in recent weeks, and a reportContinue reading “Baja Stripers Explode”
By That Baja Guy-Gary GrahamMay 13, 2020 at 7:52 AM Los Cabos announces 5-phase plan to reopen Destination see Baja Sur-Que Pasa below Locals fishing for food during closure have reported good catches of yellowfin, yellowtail, and huge red snapper. Que Pasa Baja As California begins to open its economy after almost two months of lockdown, an inflow of coronavirusContinue reading “Baja Sportfishing Soft Open, July 1st”
By That Baja Guy-Gary GrahamMay 5, 2020 at 12:46 PM Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, and the Los Cabos area are all closed to tourism through May 2020 to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Hotels, restaurants, tours, and attractions will start gearing back up again beginning June 1, if the Coronavirus behaves inContinue reading “June 1st Tentative Baja Reopen”