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Cabo San Lucas Report

Off of the beach, fishing has been quite good for smaller roosterfish, jack crevalle and big cero mackerels...

May 12, 2010
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Despite beautiful weather and seemingly good conditions, the marlin bite has been extremely slow in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Fish are being spotted but by and large, they are finning and uninterested in any type of offering. Gamefish such as dolphin and tuna have been plentiful and there have been a lot of good size wahoo caught lately. Close to shore, there have been good numbers of roosterfish. Most of these fish aren’t huge this time of year but 20-pound fish are around. Off of the beach, fishing has been quite good for smaller roosterfish, jack crevalle and big cero mackerels. The fish are typically feeding best in the early morning but there are fish to be caught pretty much all day. Lately, white bucktails seem to be a good choice for the variety.

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