Come and explore Cabo’s crystal clear waters with Cabo Sport Fishing Fleet. The biggest charter operator in Baja California Sur, the experienced crew are adept at providing fun-filled fishing trips.
Head out aboard a luxury 31’ Californian saltwater fishing boat. Restored in 2016, she comes fitted with your comfort in mind. A stylish vessel, she possesses plenty of comfortable seating and lounging areas, along with a full toilet. Take advantage of the captain’s onboard cooler and bring your own snacks and drinks to sit back, relax, and enjoy the surroundings with a cool beverage of your choice.
She’s also a serious fishing vessel. No matter if you’re only on the water for a couple of hours, you’ll have the best chance of reeling in a monster fish, thanks to the onboard equipment. Fitted with tuna tubes, a live well, outriggers, a flybridge, and two fighting chairs, you’ll have the edge over the fish throughout your time aboard.
Using the latest Penn and Shimano reels, you’ll troll the open waters, while you can also bottom fish and jig while hitting the reefs. From exotic Roosterfish to stunning Snappers along the reefs, and Mahi Mahi to Marlin, while in the deeper waters – the opportunities are endless!
Make sure to let your captain know beforehand if you’d like to snorkel, and he’ll bring the gear on board for you to get up close to the fish. At the end of the day, the first mate will clean and prepare your catch, so you can continue your adventure with a delicious meal at a beachside restaurant. Make the most of your time in Cabo and explore the seas with Cabo Sport Fishing Fleet.
You will need to purchase bait (the price varies -can be around $20 for half day trips and around $30 for full day) and fishing licenses, which can be done at the marina. The fishing licenses are $20 per person in cash. A $15 port fee is to be paid per boat for every trip.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Charter Operator
About this listing
Californian (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1997, and restored in 2016. Powered by a 310HP Cummins engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 18 knots.