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San Jose del Cabo Fishing Reports

12:39 PM

Spring is Near, Water Temperatures are Warming - March 13, 2011 Anglers The weather is starting to warm and the spring season is set to officially start within couple of weeks. Ocean conditions have been a bit unpredictable, the week began with winds swirling from all directions, the water t more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

7:25 PM

Yellowfin Tuna Action Slows, Yellowtail Bite Improves - February 27, 2011 Anglers With the first slight hint of spring weather being felt in Southern Baja, visiting anglers found very pleasant conditions, mostly clear and sunny days, highs averaging 75 degrees. Swells were minimal, shifting current more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

8:08 PM

Yellowfin Tuna on Gordo Banks - February 19, 2011 Anglers Crowds of tourists increased this past week, as the weather conditions warmed up, we enjoyed clear sunny days that reached 80 degrees and with light winds this made for great conditions offshore for visiting anglers. more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:09 AM

Yellowtail and Snapper Bite in Cool Conditions - February 6, 2011 Anglers Global weather patterns continue to create cooler than normal conditions throughout much of Northern America, as perhaps three quarters of the United States is now either snow or ice bound. This has made traveling that more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

8:57 PM

Yellowfin on Iman Bank, Also Lots of Sea Lions - January 29, 2011 Anglers - Light crowds of tourists are now visiting Southern Baja, they have been greeted with cooler winter time conditions, scattered cloud cover with moderate winds and daytime highs in the low 70s. Still this would have to b more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:09 AM

Winter Time Action, Cooler Water, Good Variety - January 17, 2011 Anglers Though this winter season has been cooler than it has been for the past couple of seasons, visitors are still able to enjoy sunny skies with temperatures reaching into the 70s. Crowds have been moderate, people are h more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:47 AM

Cooling Water Attracts Different Species out of SJDC - January 9, 2011 Anglers Lighter crowds of tourists this past week as families prepare to return to their school and work routines after this holiday season. Cooler temperatures now, a couple days saw high temperatures barely reaching 70 degr more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

11:47 AM

In Cooler Waters Anglers Find Inshore Action - Happy New Year's! December 31, 2010 Anglers As 2010 comes to a close, large crowds of tourists arrived, the majority of which were on family Holiday vacations, enjoying their visit to Los Cabos and taking advantage of pleasant winter time more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

1:38 PM

Anglers Find Great Late Fall Action on Gordo Banks - December 17, 2010 The official start of the winter season is next week, while much of the United States is enduring freezing temperatures the light crowds of tourists now visiting the Los Cabos area have been enjoying clear sunny skies with highs more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

10:33 AM

Yellowfin, Wahoo and Dorado for SJDC Anglers - December 8, 2010 The sunny weather in the Los Cabos area continues to attract good numbers of anglers which have been targeting various gamefish that are now available on the local fishing ground. Yellowfin tuna, dorado, wahoo and striped marlin r more...
Capt. Eric Brictson - San Jose del Cabo

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