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San Jose del Cabo Fishing Reports

9:52 AM

Cold Currents Sweeps Through, Slows Action - May 26, 2012 Anglers The month of May continues to produce variable weather patterns, this week began with wind out of the southwest, pushing in cooler Pacific air, even some marine fog, sweeping cold ocean currents in the direction of the Sea more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:57 AM

Marlin Action Breaks Wide Open, Mixed Bottom Bite - May 7, 2012 Anglers - Light crowds of visitors now traveling to Southern Baja. Conditions are practically perfect, high temperatures in the mid 80s, warming air and ocean temperatures is creating more marina cloud cover, afternoon breezes make t more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:15 AM

Offshore Starts to Heat Up For Striped Marlin - April 21, 2012 Anglers Ideal spring conditions are now progressively warming and there was an noticeable increase of visitors this past week. Ocean conditions were churned up and choppy early n the week, particularly offshore, but as the week p more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

3:03 PM

Offshore Action Improves, Striped Marlin off of SJDC - April 1, 2012 Anglers The spring season has officially arrived and many people are now traveling to the Los Cabos area to enjoy the ideal weather conditions and all of the available activities offered. This is the weekend that in Southern Baja more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:54 AM

Sierra and Bottom Species Continue to be Productive - March 22, 2012 Anglers Spring like weather is now attracting moderate crowds of vacationers. Variable conditions, with some cloud cover, winds, but also plenty of sunshine, actually very pleasant climate now, not too cool or hot. Winds diminis more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:39 AM

Sierra and Bottom Species Provide Action - March 11, 2012 Anglers With the spring season now only a couple of weeks away we are now in transition period, unpredictable from day to day, there are still predominate winds from the north, choppy seas through much of this past week. Days ha more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

1:25 PM

Yellowfin Tuna Action on Iman Bank - February 23, 2012 Anglers Typical southern Baja winter time weather, lots of sunshine, with high temperatures ranging up to 80 degrees. Northern winds continue to blow, but not as relentless as they normally can be during this time frame. Wate more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:21 AM

Iman Bank Produces Quality Yellowfin Tuna - February 5, 2012 Anglers Light crowds of tourists are now visiting the Los Cabos and are being greeted with great winter season weather. Some scattered clouds, cooler mornings down to 50 degrees, but highs are reaching up to 80 degrees, winds more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:31 AM

Dorado, Yellowfin Tuna and Striped Marlin Winter Action - January 22, 2012 Anglers Pleasant winter weather continues to attract moderate crowds of tourists, cloud cover giving way to warm sunshine, with highs into 80s and variable winds. Mid week there were strong gusts from the north, this created c more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

4:43 PM

Anglers Find Good Numbers of Dorado Close to Shore - December 31, 2011 This is now family time in Los Cabos, as scores of vacationers have been arriving in search of warmer Holiday Season sunshine. Conditions are now very comfortable considering that it is winter time, mostly clear sunny days, with more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

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