Cabo weekly fishing report


Cabo San Lucas weekly fishing report, from November 19th to November 26th 2016.

Sport fishing  in Cabo have been great!!! Its been a week were every Angler catch and release a few striped marlin and also filled up the fish bag with Dorados.dodos

A couple good “COWS” yellowfin tunas have been caught out of Punta gorda bank these week, But out on the pacific side we have been getting so much action!! The frigate birds have been manifesting everywhere during the day making it easy for us to find the bait balls, were we catch and release quite a few striped marlins and also pick up a few dorados “mahi mahi” witch Anglers usually take them to their favorite restaurant to have a feast.

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Cabo weekly fishing report

Cabo San Lucas fishing report from November 10th to November 19th 2016.

We have been catching big yellowfin tuna in the outer banks and lots of action close to shore. Boats have been coming in with a varied amount of Wahoos, Dorados, Rooster fish and spanish mackerel.

We also have been getting lots of action at the finger banks, for the last week boats that take the time to go out there and be patient enough eventually during the day there have been bait balls manifestations with lots of striped marling. Boats have been releasing up to 12 marling per day.

If you are fishing in Cabo San Lucas these week coming up, we strongly recommend fishing out on the Pacific, If you are going for Rooster fish,Wahoo and Dorado, you should get a panga or a 30 footer. But if you would like to target the big yellowfin tunas or the striped Marlin at the finger bank, you should charter a yacht or boat with twin engines so that you can run 50 miles out in about 2 to 3 hours.

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Going back in sportfishing time.

oldest-painting-of-a-anlger-with-a-fishing-reelDid you know that the oldest record of literary that we can find of an Angler using a rod with a reel is this painting. Call (Angler on the Wintry) painted in 1195 by Ma Yuan, if you look close, you will see that a guy is sitting on a small boat holding a rod with a reel on it while casting out his fishing line.

Fishing reels began to commercialize around the 18th century in England by a man named Onesimus Ustonson. He started selling fishing related product in 1730,  and by 1761 he established his trading shop and remained the leader of the trade for the next century. He later became the supplier of fishing tackle for King Gorge IV.

Some have said that the fishing reel was Onesimus invention but the painting above is proof that he was not. Although he was certainly the first to successfully market fishing products. The predominant fishing reel model in the 18th century was (Nottingham).

Tackle design improve drastically in the 1880s, thats when wooden reels were introduce and it made it possible to used silk lines, instead of horse hair like Anglers were used too. these new silk lines allowed a longer and better casting distance.


In modern day sportfishing, reels come in all sizes in order to best accommodate different fishing techniques depending on what or where you will be fishing. Looking back at how far we have come in regards to sportfishing, anglers are now able to build, personalize and create their own dream fishing boat/yacht. Allowing them to not only fish off their boat/yacht, but are now able to comfortably live and work as well. We can only excitingly wait to see what the future holds for us anglers and sportfishing!

By Arturo Chacon

800 lb. Marlin

An 800 lb Marlin was caught out of La Playita in San Jose del Cabo two days ago on a small panga. it took the captain Carlos more than two ours to land this Beast. Along with a 390 lb tuna caught  aboard the fourplay boat by Captian Modesto, They fought the yellow fin tuna for more than 4 hours to finally landed. Well done to the crews and Anglers as well. Well Done.  Cabo fishing charters.

Cabo fishing report Sept/14/2016

screen-shot-2016-03-14-at-1-08-27-pmdoraro-2We have been catching nice size Dorados (mahi mahi) about 5 miles of from shore along with a few Wahoos and football size yellow fin tunas.

If you are that tipe of Angler that prefers to go for the real big game fish, NOW IS THE TIME AS WELL.big-tuna-group

We era catching 150 to 260 lbs. yellow fin tunas and blue marlins about 45 miles out at San Jaime banks.

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At Tag Cabo sport fishing fleet we have from a super panga all the way up to a 120ft custom sport fisher.