Los Cabos, situated at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, is Mexico’s fastest growing resort area offering miles of pristine beaches, laid-back nightlife, world-class golfing, off-shore fishing, diving, whale watching and beachcombing. Baja is known internationally for its exceptional striped marlin resource. In addition, many other gamefish flourish were the Pacific meets the Sea of Cortez, including sailfish, roosterfish, yellowfin tuna, dorado, snapper, wahoo, yellowtail, jacks and sierra mackerel.
In Cabo, there are two excellent options for both light-tackle conventional gear and fly fishing enthusiasts. Baja Anglers runs well-equipped 26 ft. ocean catamarans, ideal for fly fishers. Ideal for the conventional angler, Pisces Sportfishing Fleet features 28 ft. Uniflights or 31 ft. Bertrams.
The Los Cabos area offers a wide variety of first-rate accommodations from all-inclusive resorts, condominiums and small boutique hotels. Many offer sweeping ocean views of the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.
A variety of tackle can be used to ply the waters in and around Cabo. Outfits from 10-13 weight are the norm for the fly fishermen that want both nearshore and offshore fishing options.
Los Cabos is easily accessed by many gateway cities in the U.S. There is no minimum stay or set arrival or departure day. For U.S. citizens a passport that is valid for six months after the last day of your trip is required. Residents of other countries should check with their consulate for entry requirements.
Please contact Frontiers for rates as they vary based on accommodations and boat choice.