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CURRENT CABO FISHING REPORT & FORECAST

SUMMER ENDS BUT THE FISHING CONTINUES!
SEPTEMBER 2015 CABO FISHING REPORT
We've just entered into September and the official move from Summer to Fall fishing is on its way. We'll be seeing hot air temps matched with very warm waters for the next month and half and with it, some truly incredible fishing. October into early November is tournament fishing time in Southern Baja. The Bisbee events, the Los Cabos Offshore, the WON Tuna Jackpot... all of them take place over the course of a couple of weeks. So what's biting beside tuna? Here's the skinny.

Billfish... and not just striped marlin. Blue and black marlin are in the mix and have been for at least the past month. Sailfish are also showing up and in some pretty remarkable numbers. Just up the coast on the Pacific side the sailfish are so stacked up that some boats are catching and releasing 40+ in a single day. Closer to home port here in Cabo, multiple hook-ups on sails has been quite common. If you've never caught one, their speed and acrobatic jumps make for some fine photo ops!

Daytime swordfish caught in Cabo, July 2017

Striped Marlin - Cabo - March, 11, 2013

CABO SUMMER FISHING - JULY 2017 FISH REPORT

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
Warmer waters are moving in and all we can say is thank God! We're moving out of the 60's and starting to find 70-73 degree waters just outside the marina with much warmer water out around the 100 fathom curve. Spots like the 1150 and the outer Gordo Banks are rising up above the mid 70's mark and we think that the recent storm activity to the south and west of us is going to keep pushing warmer, bluer and fishier water our way.

Here's a quick recap of what's happening now. Since the first week of July we, and a whole host of other boats, have worked our way out to temp breaks and finding all kinds of life. Birds... baitfish... and gamefish! Several cow tuna (over 200lbs) have hit decks in the last ten days for private boats and our charter captains are working kites hanging Yummy synthetic flying fish that skip the surface and lure in these giants. We've had blowups but no hookups on cows yet but we will. In the meantime, schoolie tuna (footballs) are often plentiful with some 30-50lbers mixed in. With them we're also finding wahoo pulling Marauders and similar deep diving trolling lures hanging out below the tuna. Dorado too are making themselves known with models from 20-30lbs taking trolled lures and casted live baits.

But, the big news has been a spate of daytime swordfish! First some free jumping marlin were spotted just outside the marina then we and many other boats starting spottting surface feeding swordies willing to take baits. Bottomline is that what was once slow fishing has turned to a nice variety with some incredible bites mixed in. Now's the time to come fish with Pochos!!

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YOU HOOK 'EM, WE COOK 'EM
Pochos is more than just a charter fishing company. We also own and operate Pochos Restaurant on the Cabo marina a short walk from our boats. Come fish with us and have us cook it up for you, too. We've earned a great reputation for the way we do seafood. We also serve premium beef including Chateaubriand for two and a Filet Mignon anchored Surf n' Turf Platter. A diverse menu, excellent prices, caring service and a marina front location. Come take a table, and we'll do our best to make you glad you did. Watch the video above and visit Pochos Restaurant online for menus and reservation info. Pochos is open for lunch and dinner.

Cabo Black Marlin
LOTS OF TUNA & WAHOO JULY 2017
Just a couple of weeks ago we'd be telling you that fishing was slowwww.... not anymore. Nice schools of tuna with wahoo lurking below have turned things around nicely!

Big tuna caught in Cabo, 2012 with Pochos Charters
BIG DORADO COME TO CABO EVERY YEAR!
Just ask our good friend and client, Robert Kottle of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Here he is hoisting a tackle busting bull dorado on a recent trip with Pochos. If you like your dorado big, Cabo is the place to come find them!


Roosterfish are being found near San Jose del Cabo, March, 2013

COCK-A-DOODLE-DO!
Dean Tinson from the United Kingdom fishes with us every year and usually spends six days on the water. Here he is with a scrappy roosterfish. The roosterfish bite has been very good up near San Jose del Cabo as of the second week of March, 2013.
 

Roosterfish are biting in Los Cabos, Spring, 2013


CABO FISHING CHART
To the right you'll find a handy reference chart of peak times of the year to fish southern Baja for specific species. While the chart accurately depicts typical catches and 'best times' of the year, the fishery here is so varied, there really isn't a bad time of year to go fishing in Cabo.

Use the chart as a guide, but remember that just about anything can show up on the business end of your line anytime of the year. The key is to be prepared for opportunities that present themselves. Many big marlin show up at times of the year that aren't considered the right times. With a full compliment of tackle, from light to 80W set-ups, Pochos is prepared for anything, all the time!

 
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