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October 2019

Blue Sky Cabo

Oct 24th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Blue Sky Cabo strongly agrees with Catch and Release.

We Found a recent study offers some surprising conclusions, about the mortality of billfish hooked and released.

About 86 percent of billfish released alive will survive, and this is true no matter how they’re caught — on light gear, on heavy tackle or even on commercial longlines.

That’s pretty good odds!!

These ladies sure had a fantastic day… Dorado, Sailfish and a Marlin.

Thats a pretty Fabulous day, thanks to Captain Gilberto and his Crew.

Oct 1st Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Mahi Mahi . Dorado. Dolphin Fish!

Different names same fish.

They are mainly found off shore, often swim by debris.

The population for this fish is stable.

Mahi Mahi are the fastest growing fish, but a short life span.

Greatest numbers can be found in the spring or fall.

Very strong, fast , flashy and Beautiful colored fish.

Juvenile are marked with a pattern of light and dark bars.

Catches are typically 15-29 lbs…. but Cabo’s catches are on the bigger size.

Captain Julio group had a fantastic time reeling in all these Beauties.