Finally the day has come to choose a winner for our 40th Anniversary Giveaway which began earlier this year. When we came up with the idea to do this giveaway, we based it on the fact that we cannot imagine our life without Pisces Sportfishing crews, staff and especially our anglers. Thank you to all who participated and for trusting Pisces for your day of fishing!
Pisces Sportfishing celebrate their 40th Anniversary with a unique, internal one-day tournament among the Pisces Captains and crews in Cabo.
Pisces Reel Machine earns $166,064 for a 538 LB Black Marlin during the Bisbee East Cape Tournament.
It is rare that a vessel of this pedigree is ever available for charter, so Pisces is thrilled to announce the 72 C Viking as the latest addition to the fleet.
We have the inside scoop on this year’s Pelagic Triple Crown of Fishing — Cabo Summer Slam Tournament.
This year’s Pelagic Tournament took place on June 8th and 9th, with over 30 teams competing for cash and awards estimated to well over $200,000.
“I have some friends coming down this weekend that have never caught a marlin. Maybe we should go…”, said Stan in response, but little did he know, that only 3 days later these anglers’ first time marlin would be giving them the fight of a lifetime. Stan and his group of four anglers went out on Sunday, aboard our 42ft Cabo Flybridge, Hot Rod. Captain Erick Orozco is no stranger to big fish, still, he confessed to me that he was caught off guard by the almost 700 lbs black marlin who took his bait on this day.... All caught on video and seen here.
Dramatic footage of an Orca killing and eating a large Manta ray in Cabo San Lucas, footage captured by Pisces Sportfishing captain.
Unbelieveable catches that are true of giant yellow fin tuna.
Last night was the culmination of three days of hard fishing resulting in euphoria for a few, renewed determination to come back next year and try again for many and disappointment for others. This is a tough tournament with a lot of very skilled anglers and captains as well as others who are just plain lucky.
Two very nice fish came to the scale late yesterday afternoon both of which had similar stories.
The first fish that was a real contender came in for Wild Hooker and angler Danny Hogan. Captain Shane and the team opted to go the opposite direction of most of the boats the last day, in fact he had done this every day of the tournament and headed up into the Sea of Cortez and world-famous Gordo Banks area. The crew on this boat are a well-oiled machine, traveling extensively to fish tournaments and investing in the latest electronics to improve their odds