Cabo San Lucas Fish Report – March 17 – 23
Well, spring break is in full swing in Cabo right now, with youngin’s running all around Cabo San Lucas enjoying our beautiful sunny days! And the weather has been great. Still warmer than normal for this time of year, I am thinking any of the “chilly” weather is gone and now we are just looking forward to heated summer fun!
The Marlin bite slowed a bit this week and moved more out to the Cortez side, we had most of our catches by the “Herradura” and the 95 bank. Ann Duncan and her son Carson fished for two days with us, seeking Carson’s first ever Billfish. He finally got his wish day 2, reeling in a really nice one, could his smile get any bigger?!!!! Great job Carson!
We also caught a couple of Mako shark, one so large they had to cut the line, I promise it looked like the head of jaws in the photo! Really cool to see.
Inshore was a little slow this week as well, but the Roosterfish were back around. RedRum veteran angler Mark Gastineau and his crew caught 2 Roosterfsih and a Spanish Mackerel. We had a few more multiple Roosterfish catches on the inshore, but other than that, it was mostly Spanish Mackerel, Bonita and Triggerfish.
We saw a couple of Yellowfin Tuna this week, caught on blind strike by Jack Iakavou and his crew who also released a Striped Marlin and boated a Roosterfish.
A couple of Dorado were caught this week as well, the warmer temps have brought in some warmer water, which will hopefully really bring in the Dorado, Tuna and Wahoo – fingers crossed!
Thanks for reading and have a great week!