Definitely when speaking of Sportfishing Los Cabos, for some, causes adrenaline and Cabo San Lucas is known as the world capital of Marlin. That great distinction we have, year after year brings together major fans to this beautiful sport to participate in the competition to catch the largest ocean Marlin. With the winner walking away with a luscious dollar amount.
Cabo San Lucas is the Marlin Capital in the World. Enjoy some of the best marlin fishing in Cabo.
Fishing in Cabo San Lucas, is embraced mostly as a sport, with the objective to fish anything, take a souvenir photo and release the catch back to their natural environment, but it is also open to the possibility to take home the catch of the day, with some restrictions on the quantity of fish.
If you are an expert or a beginner be certain that you will spend incredible moments challenged against very strong fish that are sure to give a fight, but do not worry you will not be alone. You will be accompanied by a fisherman guide and a captain at all times and may take interest when they give you their best fishing tips.
Do not miss this opportunity of Sportfishing Los Cabos and test your skills to fish at Cabo San Lucas. No matter the time of year, fortunately Cabo San Lucas has favorable weather conditions 365 days a year perfect for making fishing your choice.
Available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Departure Times: 6:30 am
Duration: 8 hr
The schedule will be confirmed until the time of reservation.
Price for 8 hours.
- Price per boat 28ft: 1-4 people 8 hrs $645 USD
- Price per boat 31ft: 1-6 people 8 hrs $750 USD
- Price per boat 33ft: 1-6 people 8 hrs $795 USD
- Price per boat 35ft: 1-6 people 8 hrs $1090 USD
- Price per boat 39ft: 1-9 people 8 hrs $1539 USD
- $30 dlls (7) bait x boat- 5 hours
- $40 dlls (10) bait x boat- 8 hours
- $22 dlls each fishing license with dock fees per person
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Note: Prices are quoted in US dollars and we use the bank rate of the day so that your bank statement reflects as closely as possible the published dollar price.