Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Tuna, Wahoo, Roosterfish abound...
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Cabo Fish Report - September 30th to October 6th, 2018
● Overall Catch Success Rate All Species Combined: 82%
● Numbers at a glance: Billfish 65%, Tuna 16%, Dorado 5%, other 9%.
• Location: 95 spot, 1150 spot, Finger Bank.
• Weather Conditions: Some swell, decent weather.
Average Water Temperature: 75º F.
Best Lures: Caballito and mackerel bait, varied lures: guacamayo, tigrillo, black/red, cedar plugs.
An extraordinary week for billfish this week, with FOUR BILLFISH GRAND SLAMS! For those not familiar with the term, a grand slam is when an angler catches three different billfish species in one day. Not to mention, large billfish too, with the biggest, a black marlin, of about 450 lbs.
Our second grand slam of the week was by Pisces 31’ La Brisa, on October 2nd with anglers from San Jose, CA catching and releasing 1 striped marlin, 1 sailfish and 1 blue marlin, all at the 95 Spot on caballito bait.
Other notable billfish catches were some large black marlin caught; giving us some good insight for the upcoming tournaments. Pisces 31’ Cabolero caught and released an approx. 450 lbs black marlin, which anglers the Tuckers and Osborne’s tagged outside of the 95 spot. The fish hit on guacamayo lure, followed by a blue marlin caught and released, gain on guacamayo in the same area.
The dorado have been found more regularly this week, with most caught ranging between 10 - 25 lbs each and tuna catches still steady; mostly in the 20 - 45 lbs range and with some boats catching up to 20+ fish each. Those who chose to fish inshore did well to find many rooster fish and sierra.
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