22 Jun 4 Tips For Fishing in Cabo
Summertime is a big-game fishing paradise in Cabo. With large cash prizes and thousands of competitors from all over the world, fishing season in Cabo has officially kicked off. If you’re traveling to Cabo to fish, maybe you’re arriving with friends or your entire family. If you’re not competing in the big-game tournaments, you might decide to book your own fishing charter for a day out on the water.
Here are 4 tips for booking the best fishing in Cabo.
1. Look at the prices
The most expensive fishing charter is not always the best. Do thorough research on lots of fishing charters in Cabo to see which best fits your needs. There are lots of fishing tours in Cabo, so prices should be competitive. Make sure you’re not overpaying for an inexperienced tour company who won’t know the ins and outs of the Baja waters.
2. Explore on-board dining options
Are food and drinks included? Do you get snacks on-board? The ideal fishing charter in Cabo will provide snacks or lunch onboard. This saves you money and time spent organizing your own food. Especially if you are fishing with your entire family, it is much easier to eat the food provided onboard than worry about packing a cooler full of lunches.
3. Experience of the tour company
Does the tour company offer more than fishing? Ideally, a tour company will have an entire package of tours to choose from. If you book a fishing in Cabo tour, you might save a small amount on the next tour you book with them. You want to fish with an expert tour company with a solid reputation. Check TripAdvisor for reviews from other guests like yourself.
4. Expert guides
Make sure your fishing tour has expert guides. You want someone who knows the conditions of Cabo waters and the best places to fish. Also, if you need help, you want to ensure you’ll get the guidance you need. Expert, local guides can also give you tips you wouldn’t have known otherwise.
With these 4 tips, you are well on your way to booking the best fishing in Cabo. On days you aren’t out on the water, there’s more to do than world-class fishing. There’s tons to do, see, and eat in Cabo San Lucas, so check out this informative guide.