This past weekend we had an amazing time fishing and enjoying the perfect Cabo weather! On Saturday we joined Stephen and Steve, father and son, on their Cabo fishing trip in search of tuna, sailfish and then some, and boy did we have fun! >>> Click on the title to read more.
Not only is Cabo still standing we are continuing to make people’s dreams come true. Henrik and Jane, who had their fishing trip to Cabo planned for a long time and they were coming a long way, all the way from Denmark in fact. They didn’t want a hurricane to get in the way of a goal that Henrik had been chasing for over 25 years and that had taken him to such places as Guatemala, Galapagos, New Zealand, Australia and Thailand without success. But today, we did make his dreams come true. >>> Click on the title to read the entire story.
Everybody wants to leave the hurricane behind but we were given this photo today and had to publish it. It says so much - it is a symbol of the resilience of the people of Cabo and the fishing community and a reminder that the mighty marlin & fishing is the foundation of what our town is built upon, something that Hurricane Odile could not overcome. >> Click on the title to see the photo and read more.
Los Cabos International Airport has resumed its activities after hurricane Odile with the first national flight flying in on Froday, October 3rd. First international flights are coming in on October 8, 2014. See the programmed routes and schedule at the link above.
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.