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Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

Aug 15th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Beto and his Crew spent 5 hour with this group.

They headed out past the arches towards the pacific.

Spot 95 has witnessed fantastic fishing lately.

This group got lucky with the Dorado and few Tuna.

Did you know that Dorado change color, giving rise to their Spanish name.

Dorado ” Golden”

Dorado are very strong and fast they put up a great fight.

Most Dorodo live no more than 5 years… many don’t make it past 4.

 

Aug 14th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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It was a rainy day aboard our 32′ Yacht Blue Star.

Rain , wind and light  swells didn’t stop this group.

They headed out just past the Lands End into the pacific.

Reeled in  this  Feisty Giant who put up quite the fight.

Did you know Marlin have this defense mechanism.

That when they eat something they don’t want, they regurgitate up their stomach.

It do swallow it back in!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aug 13th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Beto and  his crew took this group out early in search for a Bill Fish.

They departed the marina aboard the 35′ Yacht Blue Water.

The dreams of landing a Marlin soon became a reality.

Blue Sky Cabo strongly agree’s with catch and release.

Every effort is given to ensure the survival of  all Marlin/Bill Fish.

Cabo holds a IFGA record for the most caught and released Marlin.

The Bill Fish numbers is what keeps our clients coming back.

We can recommend no kill fiberglass reproduction companies.

 

 

Aug 12th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Talk about a great day!

Plenty of Tuna to eat, our crew make up a fantastic ceviche dish.

Also one giant size trophy Marlin, what a beast.

Do you know Marlin Fishing {Billfishing} started in the 1930s.

Marlin are part of the Billfish family, of which 10 species are of the most sought after to anglers: Atlantic and Pacific Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, Striped Marlin, White Marlin, Atlantic sailfish, Indo-Pacific Sailfish, Long Spearfish, Shortbill Spearfish and Swordfish.

Cabo is home to most of the above, charter with us today.

 

Aug 10th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Gilberto and his crew headed out aboard the  60 Yacht Blue Sea.

The prime fishing area  of the week is  95 spot.

Tt is only 9 miles to the east of Cabo San lucas.

This unique spot is 95 fathoms.. a fathom is a measurement of water equal to 6 feet.

It is off a 1,200 foot deep plateau, a great spot for catching Yellowfish, Roosterfish and Reef fish.

This young lady managed to reel in this nice size Doardo.

Aug 7th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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Captain Beto  and his crew headed out bright and early in search of Marlin.

Weather cooperating, slight overcast with slight swells.

Slow troll out of the marina, heading towards the pacific.

The closest bank is the San Jaime Bank.

San Jamie Bank and Golden Gate Bank create an underwater pathway.

The underway path way is a great area for skipjack,yellowfin and  marlin.