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San Jose del Cabo Fishing Reports

11:02 AM

Fall Season Winds Down as Tuna, Wahoo, Dorado and Marlin Bite - November 27, 2010 We hope everyone has enjoyed the Thanksgiving Holiday, as we now wind down this fall season and gear up for wintertime events. The Los Cabos area has remained busy through this past week, with many anglers visiting and taking adv more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:31 AM

Tuna Time off of San Jose del Cabo - November 7, 2010 The Los Cabos area is now busy greeting visiting anglers, this is now peak fall season, the WON Tuna Jackpot took place this past week. The two day event brought swirling gusty winds, tough conditions, one yellowfin tuna over 200 more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

12:31 PM

Schooling Tuna Wide Open, Wahoo Heating Up! - October 18, 2010 Just like clockwork the busy fall season has now started, with the first of the annual series of high stake billfish tournaments now just completed, the grandest event of all, the Black and Blue Bisbee is slated for next week. The more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:21 AM

Tuna, Dorado, Wahoo, Grouper and More for SJDC Anglers - October 8, 2010 Nice time of year to now visit the Los Cabos region, kind of like the lull before the storm, ideal weather, with moderate crowds, only a week or two away from when capacity filling crowds will arrive for the peak tournament time se more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

4:07 PM

Georgette Brings Rain, Tuna Bite Continues - September 28, 2010 The Southern Baja region had been waiting patiently for the season's first measureable rainfall and that did finally happen earlier this week. The low pressure system that had been threatening to develop off of Manzanillo for se more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

12:00 PM

Wahoo become Active, Tuna Bite Continues - September 20, 2010 The Eastern Pacific remains free of any tropical storms at this time, while the Atlantic basin has been extremely active, with three names storms now on the map. Hurricane Karl has made landfall on southeastern Mexico and Hurr more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:50 AM

Steady Action for Yellowfin Tuna Continues - September 13, 2010 As is typical for the month of September the crowds of visiting anglers are light. The Tropical Depression that formed last week dissipated just as quickly and never really did much besides increase ocean swells some, as well as more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

9:51 AM

Big Marlin and Schooling Yellowfin Provide Action - September 5, 2010 The new month of September started off with lighter crowds, but the light number of anglers in town were greeting with great yellowfin tuna action, along with super tropical humid weather conditions. There is an area of low press more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

9:24 AM

Frank Spares Cabo, Tuna Bite Continues - August 29, 2010 With the month of August now winding down we can say that all around it definitely turned out to be busier and more productive that did July. Crowds have lightened this last week as families are returning to their school routines more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:07 AM

Cow Sized Yellowfin Landed from Gordo Banks - August 23, 2010 Moderate crowds continue to travel to the Los Cabos area to enjoy a late summer vacation before school sessions start back up for the fall semester. The lack of consistent local fishing out of Southern California has also sent more more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

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