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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.

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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Aug 20th Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report

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7 can you say 7…

That’s right Captain Gilberto and crew set out for a 6 hr trip.

Aboard our largest  Yacht 60′ Blue Sea.

Helped this group out with landing 7 Marlin.

Weather conditions are still in our favor.

“95 spot” just doesn’t disappoint this week.

It is only a 9 mile to the east of Cabo San Lucas marina.

Tired arms for this group and  only one Marlin didn’t make it.

The Marlin will be measured and brought to our locals for cooking.

 

 

July 20th Cabo San Lucas fishing Report

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Captain Gilbert took this group out for a 6 hour fishing excursion.

From July to about October most game fish roam the Pacific side.

Not a far jaunt out past El Arco.

El Arco is a 200 ft arch that marks the boundary between where the Gulf of California meets the Pacific.

The lighthouse is great reference point for a 2-20 mile long strip of prime Pacific fishing.

Caught many bottom fish and a nice size Marlin.

 

 

 

 

July 14th ~Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report~

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Captain Gilbert and his crew departed the marina bright and early.

This group is determined to land a Marlin.

Weather is hot and humid here in Cabo.

But if you can stand the heat.

The Marlin can stand the heat too.

Therefore, a fantastic time for catching bill fish.

Top spot is where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez.

Not to far from Lands End…trolling lines are out.

Headed to an area called San Lucas Canyon.

Landed that Marlin and a few other bottom fish.

 

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April 17th Cabo San Lucas Marlin Fishing Report

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Slightly cloudy sky’s, but always crystal clear water here in Cabo

Captain Julio and his crew headed out on our  32′ Yacht Blue Water.

Marlin is on the list today, we always start with a slow troll out towards the Pacific.

Head to the Marlin hot spot Golden Bank, it is 15 miles north of the Marina.

Landing this prize worthy Marlin.

Here in Cabo catch and release is encouraged.

Remember you can get a replica mount if you wish.

We  include a photographer  on our charters to capture your day.

 

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April 16th Cabo San Lucas Marlin Fishing Report

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A little Cabo magic!

Early with the sunrise, Captain Eddy and his crew departed the marina aboard the 60′ yacht blue sea.

The sea was relatively calm, small swells and a slight breeze coming from the southwest.

Taking this group  out literally 100 yards from Lands End.

South into the Sea of the Cortez…traditionally a magic spot for Marlin.

April is generally slow for Marlin…hit or miss.

This group had an amazing day, not only catching and releasing the bucket list Marlin.

Landing a tasteful boat load of fish, Red Snapper, Wahoo and Tuna.

Great job ladies!

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