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September 2019

Sept 24th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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

Headed out to a popular spot called Magaritas.

In Cabo San Lucas the Tuna are found 20-25 miles off shore.

Caught a great supply of Yellow fin.

In Cabo Yellow fin’s peak season runs from September to December.

Even though you can still catch Tuna all year round.

Yellow fin are the most colorful of all tuna.

They eat small fish mostly mackerel and sardines.

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Sept 23rd Cabo San Lucas Fishing Reports

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Captain Julio and his crew, took this group out for a 5 hour trip.

The weather sunny as usual, but slight wind.

Captain Julio, headed out towards the Pacific.

Once around the back side of the El Archo, out go the lines.

Landing Skip Jack one after another.

A skipjack is a medium-sized fish in the tuna family.

We  fillet  your fish and make a fresh dish of Ceviche .

Ceviche is a dish of raw fish, soaked in lemon or lime.

Spiced with aji, chill pepper, onion,salt and cilantro.

 

 

 

 

 

Sept 22nd Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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We like to accommodate all group sizes here is cabo.

Make it a couple trip, honeymoon or a quick getaway!

This couple  when out in our 32′ yacht Blue Star.

Captain Julio and his crew, headed in to the Pacific .

There is an area called the “Margaritas”.

Slow troll out to this spot because the water has been a bit choppy.

Do you know that ginger and peppermint, both have research to support  its use for motion sickness  and nausea.

landed a nice size Dorado and a Skipjack.

 

Sept 18th Blue Sky Cabo Fishing Reports

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The Ultimate Fishing Day

Sailfish. Dorado. Marlin wow

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

On departing the Marina took a right into the Pacific.

Slow troll up the coast to Pozo De Cota.

Poza De Cota is about an hour an 10 minutes from the Marina.

Sailfish season is September, October, November.

Not as common as a Marlin or Dorado in Cabo.

This is a treat to catching all 3 in one trip.