Make the most of your time in Cabo and discover a whole new world offshore. You can hunt incredible species like Marlin, as well as watching Whales on every trip. Just seeing these incredible monsters will leave you gobsmacked, so come aboard and see for yourself.
Cabo Sport Fishing Fleet is one of the biggest charter operators in the region. Their tried and tested crew come with years of experience and are adept at providing fun, informative, and productive trips for guests of all ages.
Explore these productive waters aboard a modern 35’ Custom Express saltwater fishing boat. Restored in 2016, she’s beautifully-furnished and comes fitted with all modern features. There’s plenty of space for up to 8 guests to sit, sunbathe, cover in the shade, and relax as you head out to shore. With 2 fighting chairs and 3 fighting belts ready for you, you’ll be able to take it in turns to cool off or get engaged in the serious fishing action.
Choose from a range of artificial lures to attract the bite of your prey, while you can also purchase live bait for around $20 for half day and around $30 for full day trips at the beginning of the day. Troll the open waters for the bite of monstrous Marlin and delicious Mahi Mahi, while you can also head to the reefs and bottom fish for a range of Snappers, Roosterfish, Seabass, and more.
Get up close to these stunning species and don the snorkeling gear and get in. It’s the perfect way to cool off and discover a whole new underwater world. The opportunities are endless with Cabo Sport Fishing Fleet! At the end of the day, the first mate will even clean and fillet your catch for you. All you need to do is bring some snacks and drinks aboard and you’re ready for a fun day’s fishing. Make the most of your holiday and get offshore!
A $15 port fee is to be paid per boat for every trip. The fishing licenses are $20 per person in cash.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Charter Operator
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Custom Express (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1992, and restored in 2016. Powered by a 310HP Cummins engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 20 knots.