Pisces Fishing Reports
Another good week of fishing in Cabo; with nonstop epic inshore catches that have kept us busy even though the billfish have slowed.The sierra mackerel have showed up strongly, along with roosterfish and some yellowtail too. Other catches have included amberjack, skipjack, red snapper, triggerfish. Dorado have also made a little bit of a comeback, compared to previous weeks were percentages of dorado caught only being in the 1 to 2 percent range.
We’ve seen a few changes to the fishing from last week to this one. The climate shifted a bit and weather got slightly “colder” nothing compared to the “Polar Vortex” many are experiencing though! We're not complaining there. However, it did seem to affect the fishing, more so towards the end of the week. All in all though, we still saw 1-2 billfish per boat consistently, with a high of up to 6 marlin released at the beginning of the week. Tuna numbers did drop quite a bit too, but we saw a few more dorado scattered in. Those that stayed inshore did well, and had some fun catches of red snapper, triggerfish and sierra mackerel, amongst others.
WHAT A WEEK! 100% Catch success rate for all species combined, making it for an incredible time for fishing in Cabo. Two outstanding catches stand out, an amazing Swordfish catch by Pisces 32’ Bill Collector owner, Mark Chiavetta to start off the week and a jaw-dropping estimated 800 lbs Black Marlin fought on the Pisces 38’ C Rod. We saw consisten fishing all aroudn, with more marlin closer to port too and some nice inshore fishing for roosterfish, jack crevalle, sierra mackerel, grouper, among others. Dorado numbers are about the same as last week, with only a few sprinkled in, and tuna numbers are holding strong, even though the boats are heading out far too find them, about 30 miles or so.
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