Pisces Sportfishing's third charter after the hurricane was another hit - Henry got a blue marlin on his birthday, which is hard to top, but C Rod, 38 ft Blackfin vessel, pulled it off again and they caught and released two striped marlin, as well as losing two other stripers and an approximate 250 lb blue marlin that got away. They did keep a couple of nice dorado for the table though. *** Read more by clicking on the headline above. ***
Boat are gradually beginning to fish after the passing of Hurricane Odile and having good results.
Next steps, come down and fish.
All Pisces staff are fine and all our boats are undamaged
Population of Los Cabos battens down the hatches as the largest storm in years looks set to pass over Land's End.
Kid catches a big tuna at only 12 years old.
Boats had a tough time catching fish on March 17th but a family from Minnesota did well to get both marlin and a dorado.
Inshore action was good for those boats not wanting to venture offshore on a windy March day - lots of action on light tackle.
As you can see Pancho is putting on the pounds. He has become such a well known personality that every boat that comes back in looks for him if they have left over bait. Pancho spots the bait being waved over the bait tank and makes a bee line for the back of the boat. Seen here at the Pisces Ruthless he rises out of the water to grab the boat showing off his impressive girth.
The numbers are in, proving once again why Pisces is the number one choice in Cabo with catch rates higher than other operators
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