03 Apr Cabo San Lucas Fishing
If you love fishing, Cabo San Lucas is a great vacation destination. At the tip of the Baja peninsula lies some of the best fishing in the world. Hosting some of the top tournaments each year with some of the best prizes, Cabo San Lucas fishing is an angler’s dream. Visitors can either book a fishing carter or tour, or head out on a friend’s boat.
Here is everything you want to know about Cabo San Lucas fishing.
Can I participate in tournaments?
Absolutely. Summer in Cabo is an especially great time for fishing tournaments. Tournaments are offered for experienced and beginner anglers. Tournaments can also offer big cash prices, so bring your A-game!
Annual Stars and Stripes Fishing and Golf Tournament
Bacs Billfish Invitational Tournament.
Surf and Panga Roosterfish Klassic Tournament
Busboy’s East Cape Offshore Tournament
What species of fish can I catch?
The waters surrounding Cabo are teeming with aquatic wildlife. Marlin, tuna, wahoo, mahi mahi, snapper, rooster fish, and dorado are just a few of the species living in Cabo. Take a look at this interesting fishing calendar to find out the best time of year to catch specific fish.
What is the Cabo weather like?
The best time to visit Cabo is during May and June when the weather is perfectly sunny and hot. This is also after the snowbirds have returned to their homes and before the summer tourism season starts up. You’ll save money on tours, hotel rooms, and transportation during this time as well. As it gets in to July and August, Cabo gets extremely hot. If you can deal with the heat, Cabo is also extremely beautiful. Rainy days occur, but for the most part, the weather is ideal. October and November are Cabo’s busiest seasons, so if you want to avoid crowds, visit before then.
Has Cabo ever broken world records?
Cabo is an excellent place for fishing because of its ginormous, record-breaking fish. From tunas to marlins, there is always the excitement and possibility of catching giant fish.
For more information on getting out on the water, check out our past blog post on boat days.