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San Jose del Cabo Fishing Reports

12:09 PM

Tuna, Dorado & Wahoo Dominate Action Out of San Jose - November 16, 2009 Anglers Times are grand in Los Cabos, as ideal weather conditions, combined with world class sport fishing opportunities have attracted scores of anglers. Sunny skies, high temperatures in the 80s, ocean water temperatures ave more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

9:03 PM

Larger Grade of Yellowfin Tuna Dominating Action - November 10, 2009 Anglers Tournament fever has been running high in Los Cabos this past week, as crowds of anglers are arriving with anticipation of hooking into a jackpot winning yellowfin tuna. Weather conditions were just about ideal, cooler more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

8:56 PM

Larger Size Tuna Break Wide Open on Gordo Banks - November 1, 2009 Anglers Weather patterns were back to normal for the fall season, clear sunny skies, ideal temperatures, with highs of about 85 degrees. Ocean conditions varied, with more wind reported out of Cabo San Lucas and calmer seas in more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:11 AM

Hurricane Rick passes and Fleets are back in Action - October 25, 2009 Anglers Large crowds of anglers arrived in the Los Cabos area with anticipation of trolling the deep blue waters of the Sea of Cortez, many of the visitors were participants of the Bisbee Black and Blue Tournament, the world's more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:14 PM

TS Patricia now Closing in on Southern Baja - October 12, 2009 Anglers The past several weeks brought ample rainfall to the area, turning the parched Southern Baja desert landscape into lush tropical green vegetation. Tourists are arriving in steadily increasing numbers and they are enj more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:36 AM

Welcome Relief as Fall Weather Arrives for the Busy Season - October 4, 2009 Anglers With the fall season now having arrived we are quickly noticing increased crowds of visiting anglers. Tropical weather patterns have continued, though during evenings and early mornings there is definitely noticeable co more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:16 AM

Monster Tuna Landed on Gordo Banks - September 27, 2009 Anglers With the fall season now officially upon us we can all look forward to more pleasant weather as well as increased crowds of visiting tourists. The change in climate can now be felt early in the morning, cooler air br more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

4:31 PM

Yellowfin tuna, Dorado and Black Marlin Highlight Action - September 20, 2009 Anglers The summer season will be officially over in a week, this will be welcome news for Southern Baja, which has endured another long hot and humid summer. Typically the fall period is one of the busiest times for local s more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

9:57 AM

Weather Calm andTuna are once again Biting - September 13, 2009 Anglers Everything is back to normal this week in the Los Cabos area after the near miss of Hurricane Jimena. Areas to north were not so fortunate, this is where the storm made landfall and caused major destruction, our cond more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

1:37 PM

Hurricane Jimena Spares Los Cabos - September 7, 2009 Anglers This past week seems like it lasted for eternity. It started with light crowds of visiting anglers braving the summer heat to do battle with yellowfin tuna and dorado on the Iman Bank. Supplies of sardinas became scar more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

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