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May 19th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Julio took this group out for a 5 hour trip.

Beautiful 76 degrees, with a little overcast.

Marlin fishing has a been a little slow lately.

Captain Julio heard that the Marlin have been around Santa Maria Canyon.

Santa Maria Canyon is in the Sea of Cortez, about 20 mins from the Marina.

A local hot spot for bill fish.

Catching and releasing this nice size Marlin.

 

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May 17th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Gilbert and his crew took this group for a quick trip.

The guys just wanted a guarantee to catch at least one fish.

So the best place to do so is Santa Maria Canyon.

All sorts of fish tend to be found amongst the rocks and ledges.

Experiencing the great fishing fish…. the Rooster.

Multiple Rock Fish

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May 16th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Julio and his crew, took this group out for an early morning trip.

Since this group had a full 8 hour, this gave the group lots of time to explore more areas.

Started out with a slow troll pass EL Archo, heading into the Pacific.

First area hit, is San Jaime Bank.. few tuna.

Next stop Golden Gate Bank this is 15 miles north.

Caught enough Tuna and Bonita for a week!!!

 

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May 13th Cabo San Lucas Marlin Fishing Report

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Captain Gilbert and his crew headed out early in the am.

Our  60′ Yacht Blue Sea, all prepped and ready for a half day at sea.

The weather is a beautiful 86 degrees, passing clouds with a slight breeze.

This groups bucket list request, was to feel the epic fight of a Marlin.

The water is warming up nicely, giving a better opportunity at reeling one in.

Captain Gilbert headed into the pacific, all lines out.

Slow troll around the Famous El Arco.

This Gorgeous Marlin was landed, just 15 miles north  around Golden Gate Bank.

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May 8th Cabo San Lucas Marlin Fishing Report

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Captain Gilbert and his crew took this group out for a full day fishing trip.

Great cloud coverage and relatively calm sea.

Started out with a slow troll past Lands End 20 minutes out, into the Sea of Cortez.

Wasn’t long before  having to strap into  the fighting  chair.

Caught and released this large beauty.

Most Marlin swim at the tip of Lands end  to get into the Sea of Cortez from the pacific.

This is why Cabo is a hot spot for all the species of Marlin.

Black & Blues are best found in July to November.

Stripped are generally in  the Cabo for the better part of the year.

 

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May 7th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Talk about team work, This couple hit Jackpot

Thanks to Captain Julio and his crew.

Catching and releasing 2  nice size Marlin.

The 32′ Yacht Blue Star, departed the marina 6 am sharp.

The crew got word that Marlin seem to be back around  Gordo Banks.

Gordo Banks, is one of the best fishing locations in all Baja.

It is located off the coast of San Jose Del Cabo ,22 miles northeast of the Marina.

Happy couple!

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May 6 Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Julio and his crew took this group to “45 spot”.

The “45 Spot” is just two miles from the Cabo Lighthouse.

It is on a deep ledge off the Cardonal Canyon in the pacific.

The prime fishing spot is right before the ledge.

The ledge  drops to 3,000 feet deep.

Lots of fish seem to be attracted to this area.

This group caught plenty of nice tasty  Tuna.

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