Cabo bite consistent in runup to Bisbee’s

Boats are seeing a consistent and pretty decent bite in the runup to Bisbee’s…for example, today the Picante fleet saw what was a pretty typical day for Cabo these days – three boats saw, in aggregate, two blues, six stripeys, and three sails.  (No slams – the sails didn’t mix with the blues and stripeys today).  There are definitely blacks around as well, as the black marlin bite has been quite good since the summer.

FYI – the two Bisbee’s are running 15-17 October (Los Cabos Offshore) and 19-23 October (Black and Blue).  We’ll definitely be keeping our eyes on this fishery over the next few weeks.

About John

John Harmeling is the co-founder of billfishreport.com and granderwatch.com. Having traveled to and fished the major billfisheries across the globe, he counts Kona and Cairns as his favorites, and the black marlin to be the ocean's supreme pelagic specimen. He believes the very best and most enjoyable place to find tuna is in a marlin's stomach.

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