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Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report Nov 9-14, 2014

Date: 11/18/2014

Read our latest Los Cabos fishing report with the click on the above title. Overall Catch Success Rate All Species Combined 100% Numbers at a glance: Billfish 61%, Dorado 84%, Tuna 28%, Other 30%


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Fishing Report, Oct 25 - 31, 2014

Date: 11/03/2014

Pisces Fishing Report: Oct 25-31, 2014: Overall Catch Success Rate All Species Combined 92% Numbers at a glance: Billfish 67%, Dorado 68%, Tuna 8%, Other 9%. >>> Click on the title for a full report and more details.


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Fishing Report: October 16th to 24st, 2014

Date: 10/27/2014

Read our latest Los Cabos fishing report with the click on the above title. Overall Catch Success Rate All Species Combined 93% Numbers at a glance: Billfish 73%, Dorado 60%, Tuna 13%, other 20%


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Fishing Report: October 8th to 16st, 2014

Date: 10/24/2014

Los Cabos Fishing Report: It’s great to finally have something to write about as boats gradually begin to get out fishing after the hurricane. Fisherman are hardy, not easily deterred by and are slowly trickling back into Cabo to take advantage of the fabulous fishing that the month of October offers.


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Fishing Report: September 29th to Oct 1st, 2014

Date: 10/08/2014

As mentioned on our websites and Facebook posts, all of the Pisces boats are fine with only 60 ft Shambala suffering some minor fiberglass damage. Since the storm we have had three trips so far, all of which were successful. >> Click on the title to read the entire report.


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September 6th to 12th, 2014

Date: 09/14/2014

BILLFISH: It was good to get the crews back out after several days sitting in port waiting for Hurricane Norberto to say goodbye and as we write this we are awaiting the arrival of Hurricane Odile. Nevertheless we wanted to bring you the fishing news before battening down the hatches. Pisces boats from 28 to 31 ft. have all been pulled out of the water and are sitting in trailers at the boatyard to keep them safe. Other larger vessels have been prepared as best as possible. Fishing didn’t seem to miss a beat, though it was hard for the boats to locate fish on a couple of day or when found they were too full to be interested in the bait offered, which was attributed to the full moon.


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August 30th to September 5th, 2014

Date: 09/08/2014

BILLFISH: Although the week was cut short because of hurricane Norbert’s arrival, we still got off to a good start with all except for one boat (the anglers got seasick) catching fish on Saturday. The catch of the day was dorado, with all boats catching anywhere from 3 to 15 each. Dean Malhiot and friends from Calgary, Canada who fished on the Rebecca lead the way with 18! All were caught outside of Golden Gate.


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August 23rd to 29th, 2014

Date: 08/31/2014

We had a fabulous week here in Cabo and that was even with the port being closed for two days due to big seas caused by Hurricane Marie that was out in the Pacific. The darker moon in conjunction with more stable water temperatures was exactly what we needed to get the bite to pick up and boy did it pick up.


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August 16th to 22nd, 2014

Date: 08/23/2014

The bite in Cabo has definitely picked up since our last report, with a 20% increase in billfish captures up from 44% to a 62% this week. Our turnaround may be due to water temperatures becoming more stable and to the moon being in its darker stages. Temperatures on land have been around the 90’s, accompanied by high humidity, sunny to partly cloudy skies, and even a few showers in San Jose del Cabo and the Pacific side. The Shambala stands out this week, with an impressive capture of two marlin species for anglers Katie Gorman and Kris Couillard, both from Massachusetts, and Deb & Kim Barrow from Washington state not only did they land a 240 lbs. blue marlin, on a green lure, they also caught and released two striped marlin estimated to be around 120-140lbs


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August 9th to 15th, 2014

Date: 08/16/2014

People are so used to incredible fishing in Cabo, that it is hard when we get a few up and down days. With full moon on August 9th and a big moon all week, boats were hard pressed to have consistent fishing – they would do great one day, then were “skunked” the next, for no apparent reason – though we did notice a couple of degrees drop in water temperature. Our seventy percent success rate would be considered decent anywhere else but we are used to spoiling our anglers with much better rates. However, as usual those that hit it did very well. Michael Dexter from Norman, Oklahoma headed offshore thirty six miles aboard Pisces 31 ft. Ruthless, where he was able to release two blue marlin, just under the 200 lb


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