CABO FISHING AT ITS BEST - LOW PRICE, GREAT SERVICE Cabo fishing charters for the first-time angler, seasoned fishermen or tournament sportfishing enthusiast – that's Pochos Charters. Our charter fishing fleet features top-notch boats ranging from pangas to center consoles for inshore fishing, to offshore cruisers that give you a solid, comfortable fishing platform for full or half day fishing charters. Rates start at $250 for pangas and $425 for cruisers. Our crews are all experienced professionals with vast local knowledge. They know best where to fish and when, plus.... they love to fish here in Cabo!
Pochos isn’t a newcomer in Los Cabos. In fact, we’ve been taking our clients fishing in the waters off Southern Baja for well over a decade. During that time, our boats and crews have won some major fishing tournaments in Cabo San Lucas and the East Cape regions of Baja Sur. Combined, our boats and crews have won over $1,400,000 in prize money! It takes talented people to win time and time again.... and we're proud to say we've got a whole lot of fishing talent on our team. That’s just one more reason that clients who fish with us once, come back again and again. Proven success on the water, crews that care about your fishing experience and boats that get you on the fish, fast. But don't just take our word for it. Check out some testimonials below from our charter clients that have been kind enough to take the time to post on TripAdvisor... they'll tell you the same thing. If you've fished with us, or are planning to soon, please let others know about your experience with Pochos by posting your own TA review. You'll find a link to do so in the TripAdvisor feed below. Good or bad, we want to know what you think of Pochos Charters and how we can become even better!
When it comes to fishing in Cabo, Pochos Charters is here to help you have the best fishing trip of your life. Nothing makes us happier than taking our clients out for a memorable day of fishing –- teaching those that want to learn or simply assisting those that already know what to do. Whether you're planning your first fishing trip to Cabo San Lucas or you're a seasoned Baja angler..... Come fish Cabo with us, you'll be glad you did!
We teach all types of Cabo fishing techniques. Want to learn how to cast live bait to billfish? No problem. Want to learn how to fish kites for big yellowfin tuna? Sure thing. Interested in learning how to jig structure for snapper and yellowtail? We've got you covered. Heck, we can even teach you how to cast flies to teased-up marlin. We'll be happy to instruct you in a wide variety of proven fish-catching methods here in Cabo San Lucas.
A QUICK VIDEO TOUR OF OUR OFFICE & FISHING BOATS
FISH WITH US & HAVE US COOK YOUR CATCH!
POCHOS CHARTERS AND POCHOS SEAFOOD RESTAURANT MAKE FOR A GREAT DAY
If you're looking for a great way to have some fun in Cabo but don't have a full day to do it, we suggest a half-day fishing trip
followed by lunch or dinner at Pochos Seafood. We'll take you out to spots we know hold great eating fish then bring your catch back to our restaurant and prepare it for you and your friends. Watch the video above to see what it's like.
Winter and Spring bring yellowtail fishing to the forefront in Cabo San Lucas. Chris Urban of Columbia, Connecticut was in town and fished with us on February 20th, 2013 and boated a couple of quality yellowtails like this one on his trip with Cara Tomlinson.
CURRENT CABO FISHING REPORT & FORECAST WINTER MOVES OUT, SPRING MOVES IN JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2013 FISHING REPORT Winter is just about over and we're happy to report that it was a good one for us. We encountered just about every species that swims our waters, some willing to bite, some not so much. The key to having a successful day was to be willing to change up tactics to target whatever species was hungry. That was a mix of striped marlin, tuna, dorado plus a ton of sierra mackerel along the backside of breakers on both the Pacific and Sea of Cortez shorelines. We even spotted swordfish but couldn't get them to go but we're just now moving into a period when that bite could awaken with more opportunities to pitch live baits to them.
Good friend and client Zach Morrow from Colorado came up in January and was lucky enough to land his first ever Pacific sailfish that joined striped marlin and tuna to keep his rod bent. He, and many other charter clients, managed to find plenty of fish to pull on even though January and February can be slow fishing, at least by historical data. What was expected to be a typically slow time of year turned out to be much better than expected with a high success rate for just about every one of our charters. READ MORE: FULL CABO FISHING REPORT
Want to show your kids a great time they'll all remember? Take them fishing with Pochos like the Wagner Family did. Our crews will make sure your kids are safe and smiling all day! Full day too long? Set up a half day inshore charter.
BLACK MARLIN FISHING
For as long as we can remember, Blue Marlin have always been the 'big girls' around here. Seems like everytime a really big Marlin was caught, it was a Blue. Lately, that's changed.The year appears to be bringing a changing of the guard with more big fish getting hooked than we've seen in years.... and they're not big and blue... they're big and BLACK!! MORE ABOUT CABO MARLIN FISHING
TOURNAMENT FISHING Ever think about entering a Cabo fishing tournament but don't think you have enough experience to do it successfully? Think again. Team Pochos can get you ready to fish competitively faster than you can scream 'Left Rigger!! Left Rigger!!" With over $1.25 Million in winnings between 2005-2008, we're ready to go after more tournament wins whenever you are. MORE ABOUT TOURNAMENT FISHING
CATCHING MORE DORADO Ah... the Dorado, the golden one, the mean green fighting machine. They run, they jump, they light up like nothing else. Part Vegas showgirl with a day-glo paint job... part rodeo bull who won't be broke... the Dorado is built for a battle and flavored for the table. MORE ABOUT CABO DORADO
CHARTERING SAFELY Spend a little time on the docks and you'll hear all sorts of tales of fishing trips that never happened... but were paid for. That's the work of the 'coyote'. "Hey Meester.... you wan't to go feeshing?" That's how it starts. How it ends is often not good. MORE ABOUT CABO CHARTERS