For many, fishing is a way of survival. Not only does it feed themselves and their families, but they’re able to sell their catches as well. For others, fishing is simply a passion; each catch brings a proud excitement, especially when it’s a new species. If you’re traveling to Los Cabos, don’t forget to add a Cabo fishing tour to your list of things to do. Before heading off, here are some tips to keep in mind.
Know Your Gear
After a couple years on the water, there’s little need to learn new methods and fishing methods for the area. If you’re a newbie, however, you may need to go on a few trials before you’re comfortable using your fishing gear. This is one of the only costs you may need to incur before heading out for a big catch. Bring enough gear to keep you busy all day. You’ll probably need a few rods, reel, boat, tackle, and lots of baits. When it comes to the bigger items like the boat and the rods, you’ll need a permit and boat captain. Both these can be arranged by Only Cabo Tours.
Where to Fish
Where do you fish in Cabo? The answer can be surprising. Here are a few things to consider before you jump into the ocean: Are there any protected areas around? Are there any restrictions? How many fish can I take? The answer to these questions is: There are many places to fish in Cabo San Lucas. It all depends on where you want to go and what you want to catch. If you’re going to cast your line in the Pacific Ocean, your options are endless.
When to Fish
There are different times when you can go fishing in Cabo. The morning is when the fish swim around in warm waters. Make sure you set your alarms early to catch these morning bites. Late in the afternoon, the bite is slower. The best time to fish is in the late afternoon and early evening. In the early morning, around 3 a.m., the waters are calm, meaning you may see squid, tarpon, or sharks jumping. That being said, the best time to fish is after 6 p.m., or when the sun sets.
At Only Cabo Tours, we have different boat rentals available depending on how long you want your tour to be, when you want to go fishing, and what type of fish you want to catch. To learn more about our Cabo fishing tours, contact us today.