Cabo San Lucas Fishing with the best gear, experience & value
From top of the line electronics to the best line and leader material, often times it’s the little things that make a difference out on the water. You may or may not know the first thing about offshore sport fishing and that is fine, we do. We know what it takes to consistently come back to the dock with fish. We’re constantly re-investing resources back into the boats and giving crews the equipment they need to get the job done. You’ll find that all our boats are professionally-maintained with the tackle needed to have a great day on the water. It might go unnoticed to the novice angler, but there is a reason RedRum comes back with the flags flying every day, showing off our catch. To be the best in this game, you need the very best equipment and you can’t skimp on the small stuff.
At RedRum, we feel very strongly that we provide our clients with a very fair and reasonable price for an excellent product. This isn’t to say that sportfishing is a cheap hobby, it’s anything but. We know that other companies may charge less than we do for the same size boat, but it’s not the same product. As the saying goes, “you get what you pay for.” The person who came up with that saying probably spent some time on his or her fair share of charter boats. You won’t find a better product for a comparable price anywhere in Los Cabos. Your search ends with RedRum Sportfishing.
Our crews have excellent reputations. They’ve committed to work hard for every client and are always finding ways to improve their English skills so they can consistently engage clients. With their excellent reputations come lots of new and repeat customers. Our crews fish 5 days a week on average, throughout the year. With 5-10 RedRum boats out on the water every day, working together and communicating with the rest of the fleet about what is and isn’t working, we have a huge advantage over the rest of the boats in Cabo. Fishing day in and day out allows our crews to closely monitor the fishery and stay on top of what is happening and where. It’s a big ocean once you get a few miles offshore and it’s nice to have several boats out there every day finding the hotspots and calling the others over.