15 February 2012 Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Sportfishing report from www.picantesportfishing.com
What is sport fishing like in February in Cabo San Lucas? Well itís a mixed bag of fishes. There are a good variety of fishes available. The main attraction, as usual in Cabo San Lucas, is marlin. And this time of year it is Striped Marlin that are available.
With our cool water temperatures the bait are in and so are the Striped Marlin. There have been some good catches of Striped Marlin and an unusual catch of a Blue Marlin in February. You never know for sure what you can catch here in Cabo. There have also been some sitingís of Swordfish.
The Yellowtail bite has been pretty good and should continue for a while. And there are some nice grouper being caught.
There have been some reports of grouper of over 50 pounds just outside of the marina. There are still Sierra Mackerel around and they are keeping the inshore fishermen happy.
And the Yellowfin Tuna are still biting even though not many big ones are coming to the boats.
And there have been some nice Wahoo caught during the month.
And it was exciting that the Picante 45 and Chaos one day saw a pod of Killer Whales right between the two boats.
There is our mixed bag. And there are more to come.
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