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Fishing Reports

Pisces Fish Report—April 8th to April 14th, 2017

Date: 4/18/2017

This week we saw some days with great marlin catches while others days were better for inshore. As last week we were catching yellowfin tuna, and now this week it seems like they moved out of the area with none being landed. However, to make up for it we had a great variety of inshore fishes, we had: red snapper, skipjack, triggerfish, sierra mackerel, ladyfish, red snapper and grouper, as well as mako and hammerhead sharks (released). Most of the fishing took place either at the Cabrillo seamount or the 11:50 spot, while those targeting inshore species went up along the Pacific side. The Pisces Tracy Ann captained by Julio Castro was our top marlin boat this week, catching and releasing. . .


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Pisces Fish Report—April 1st to April 7th, 2017

Date: 4/9/2017

A catch success rate of 86% this week saw a wide range of different fish species. The beginning of the week saw boats either going to the 11:50 Spot looking for marlin or staying inshore fishing on the Pacific side. While the second half of the week saw boats hitting up a few different spots for striped marlin and yellowfin tuna (making a reappearance).


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Pisces Fish Report—March 25th to March 31st, 2017

Date: 4/1/2017

We had fairly good fishing this week, with 74% of all boats that went out landing some kind of fish, mostly we saw inshore fish being landed. The most common smaller game fish that Pisces boats caught this week were: sierra mackerel, red snapper, wahoo, amberjack, ladyfish, grouper, skipjack, sea bass, pompano and even the odd mako shark. Although the most notable story this week is the return of the striped marlin bite; we mostly saw boats landing them around the 95 and 11:50 spots.


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Pisces Fish Report—March 18th to March 24th, 2017

Date: 3/25/2017

Fishing continued to be good this week with 82% of Pisces boats landing fish; they were mostly of the inshore variety. Our top species this week for inshore were: sierra mackerel, red snapper, grouper, amberjack, roosterfish, yellowtail, ladyfish, skipjack, and jack crevalle. Most of the boats ended up heading to spots on the Pacific side, however, fishing at the 11:50 spot yielded the only marlin catches this week, all of them being striped marlin near 150lbs. On the 22nd the


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Pisces Fish Report—March 11th to March 17th, 2017

Date: 3/18/2017

We had great catches this week, with many species of inshore fish in large numbers making an appearance. This week, the “other” category (75% catch success rate) was populated with: sierra mackerel, red snapper, sea bass, grouper, pompano, yellowtail, ladyfish, roosterfish; as well as thresher, hammerhead and mako sharks. Since most of these aren’t too big, they make the perfect fish for the whole family to target. We would also note that there have been reports of big wahoo catches out of San Jose, which perfectly represents our variable fishing as the seasons change. With that being said, the Pisces Bill Collector managed to break the pelagic slump this week, landing a 280lbs. . .


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Best Tuna day in Cabo ever?

Date: 12/28/2016

Yesterday took us all by surprise; we got a call late in the day, when offices were closing, from somebody at the dock saying that a massive tuna, perhaps a record, had been brought in aboard the 65 FT Viking, “Santana”. We rushed down to the scale to verify the information and saw what indeed a huge tuna was hanging up. This boat had their own electronic scale, but needed to charge it, which gave us time to chat. We spoke with Jesse Santana who owns the boat and was fishing with his three sons, Jesse Jr., Joseph and Jacob. It was twenty one year old Joseph who had hooked the fish. They had headed out towards the Finger Bank and were after marlin, the boys were on the bow casting live mackerel as the frigate birds dove, indicating the presence of feeding fish.


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The Most Fun You Can Have in Cabo

Date: 12/24/2016

Bisbee is the big bucks, but the most fun you can have in Cabo is the WON Tuna Jackpot, the LARGEST tournament on the calendar and a pay out this year of over $700,000 and with affordable entry fees and flexible rules this is a tournament for anybody to be able to fish.


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December Blue

Date: 12/21/2016

A massive blue marlin was unexpectedly caught this week in Cabo San Lucas Mexico.


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Get Out From Behind That Desk & See Hundreds of Sea Creatures

Date: 11/23/2016

Sometimes you just have to get out on the water and not sit behind the desk, true this past weekend for Tracy Ehrenberg of Pisces Sportfishing who enjoyed a day out aboard Contessa our 82 Ft Yacht which provides comfort and can catch fish too


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2016 Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot

Date: 11/5/2016

This year marked the 18th anniversary of what is the largest tuna tournament in the world and of course where else would it be held but Cabo San Lucas. The turnout was huge this year with 168 teams and 612 anglers registered, the second largest field in the tournament’s history. Boats ranged from humble pangas to sleek state of the art 80 ft plus Viking yachts, all vying for a chance at the large tuna known to inhabit the waters off of Cabo and almost $750,000 in prize money. This tournament is not only the best attended on the tournament calendar but also the best value for money and the most fun. Teams return year after year, but its not just about the money they can win, there is a definite warmth and camaraderie not felt at other competitions. It’s as much about the people and their stories as it is about the money


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