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San Jose del Cabo Fishing Reports

10:56 PM

Tuna Action Gives Way To Hurricane Jimena Watch - August 30, 2009 Anglers The month of August is turning out to comparably busy for sportfishing fleets, mainly for the reason that the weather conditions have help up and the few tropical storms that have developed have headed off distantly o more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:01 AM

Quality Grade of Yellowfin Tuna on Iman Bank - August 23, 2009 Anglers The parched Southern Baja landscape is suffering through a drought, in desperate need of rainfall and at this time there are new tropical storm systems that have developed, so we will have to see what develops during th more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:44 AM

Yellowfin Tuna Highlight Local Action - August 16, 2009 Anglers Early in the week there was a scenario where every afternoon local thunderstorms would develop over the mountainous region just to the north of San Jose del Cabo, heavy rainfall fell in isolated areas, but this precipit more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

9:37 AM

Tuna Action Heats Up on Iman and San Luis Banks - August 9, 2009 Anglers As we now start the month of August there are a pair of Tropical Storms that have developed to the south, named Enrique and Felicia, with the later being the more powerful hurricane and heading on a western path that may more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:31 AM

Light Crowds, Tropical Weather, Tuna and Dorado - August 2, 2009 Anglers Light crowds of tourists actually had a slight break from the intense summer heat, as there was increased cloud cover and even some scattered light rain precipitation over the Southern Baja Peninsula. No new tropical sto more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:03 AM

Fishing Action Heats Up Offshore - July 26, 2009 Anglers As usual the crowds of tourists are lighter during the peak of the summer season, the main reason for this is the high heat and humidity and there has been plenty of both recently, though at this time there are no new trop more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

7:44 PM

Tropical Conditions Brings Scattered Action - July 19, 2009 Anglers With the heat of summer now upon us crowds of tourists will become progressively lighter and the weather seems to turning more tropical with each passing day. There has been more than enough blistering sunshine, but at the more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

6:07 PM

Conditions Much Improved, Fish Still Scattered - July 12, 2009 Anglers Well, so much for the cool relief in the weather patterns that we saw last week as southern winds prevailed and were pushing in cool Pacific air and water into the region. The weather has reversed, you could say that sum more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

9:47 AM

Conditions Finally Settle, Action Improves on Banks - July 5, 2009 Anglers It is not unusual for the start of the summer season to be associated with strong southern winds, this year was no exception, in fact the winds were more persistent than in recent memory. Starting last Thursday evening and more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:29 AM

Water Turns Green annd Cold from South Wind - June 28, 2009 Anglers With the start of the summer season now upon us it did not take long for the season's first Tropical Storm to develop, the named system of Andres gained strength near the city of Manzanillo, actually becoming a category on more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

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