Why Fishing in Cabo San Lucas Will Have You Coming Back For More

two fishing rods hanging off the back of a boat in cabo san lucas.

Picture this: it’s the end of another beautiful day on the coast of Mexico’s majestic Baja Peninsula. You’re sitting in the back of a fishing boat drifting through the sea, a cold cerveza in hand, watching the sunset fall beneath the horizon. All-day long, big game fish found your bait irresistible. This angling scene is as good as it gets. You can’t help but wonder, “is there any other place to be than fishing in Cabo San Lucas?”

Lucky for you, this doesn’t have to be another extravagant vacation—it can be a way of life. When you buy a home with Jud Waggoman, fishing in Cabo San Lucas will be just another to-do in your day-to-day life. If you’re thinking about moving to Mexico, it’s not just your best idea yet; it’s an opportunity to turn your life into an angler’s dream. 

 

Fishing in Cabo San Lucas

In recent years, fishing and the greater Los Cabos region have become synonymous. People travel to Cabo San Lucas from all over the world searching for their chance to catch some of the most exotic marine life in the Sea of Cortez. But what fish are keeping anglers coming back for more?

Marlin

Known as the “Marlin Capital of the World,” Cabo San Lucas boasts an abundant quantity of 100 to 300-pound blue marlins, black marlins, and striped marlins. If your mission is to catch as many as you can, different charters throughout Los Cabos recommend you take to the seas in June-October during peak marlin season. 

If summer in Mexico is too hot for you, striped marlins are available year-round.

Yellowfin Tuna

The “torpedos of the sea” are plentiful in Cabo San Lucas’s diverse oceanic ecosystem. Yellowfins are identifiable by their yellow sides and silver bellies and known for being, pound-for-pound, some of the strongest fighting fish in the sea. Many anglers travel to the region just for a chance to hook a yellowfin and test their grit.

Dorado

This common surface dweller can be found primarily in off-shore, tropical, and temperate waters worldwide. As one of the most colorful fish in the sea, the dorado’s unique shape takes on the resemblance of a dolphin. Well-known on dinner plates as the mahi-mahi, which in Hawaiian means “very strong,” these mighty fighters earned their nickname for a reason. 

No matter what time of year it is, the dorado is a staple of Cabo San Lucas fishing.

 

Call Jud Today and Grab Your Line

Fishing “The World’s Aquarium” doesn’t have to be a distant dream or even a one-time thing. When you call Jud Waggoman, we can turn this distant dream into your everyday life. After all, Cabo San Lucas is where the sea meets your home, and what’s a better angling life than that? Jud’s answer: not much. 

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