Sushi Time Sport Fishing
The Sushi Time fleet includes six 23-foot super pangas. These seaworthy fishing boats are made out of heavy-duty fiberglass and usually powered by four-stroke outboard engines (with Suzuki and Yamaha engines being the preferred brands for the Sushi Time fleet). Fighting chairs as well as light tackle are all available for your fishing trip as soon as you step on board, while the deck is also fitted with a live bait tank and icebox. The Sushi Time crew utilizes a variety of rods and reels (20s to 50s) on their excursions, including tackle by Daiwa, Shimano and Penn International.
The trips are run by seasoned, bilingual, native captains that will do everything they can to provide a Cabo fishing experience you won’t soon forget. All of Sushi Time captains are certified by Cabo’s Port Authority and have also been certified in first aid.
Some of the most commonly targeted species include the likes of Roosterfish, Sierra, Yellowtail, Red Snapper, Dorado, Marlin, Shark, Yellowfin, Wahoo as well as any other game fish available in the area during your stay. The tepid waters of the Sea of Cortez blend with the Pacific to provide an impressive variety of big game species, with quality fishing often available throughout the year. Cabo San Lucas is the holder of numerous world records, with over 40,000 billfish hooked each year (most of which are released.)
Fishing licenses are not included in the package price and stand at 18 USD per person. The Sushi Time fleet is located at Main Dock, Dock 4, in front of ‘Señor Frogs’ restaurant.
The Sushi Time fleet includes six 23-foot super pangas. These seaworthy fishing boats are made out of heavy-duty fiberglass and usually powered by four-stroke outboard engines (with Suzuki and Yamaha engines being the preferred brands for the Sushi T
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Went fishing on April 12, 2018
Started off by them picking us up 30 minutes late. Got on the boat and started trolling when we got to the arch. Continued trolling about 100 yards off the beach for 2-3 hours with no luck. Finally hit a spot where we were consistently get Roosterfish blowing up on our live baits. Caught one. Then Captain just left the fish. Roosterfish is on my bucket list and we left the bite. Turned towards offshore and trolled another 4 hours for tuna. No bites. Finally had two Bonita hit our lures and caught both at the arch. As soon as we pulled them in the boat the Captain floored it and headed for the marina. I just don’t understand leaving hungry fish.
Fished April 2018Fished April 12, 2018Sy Skinner does not recommend Sushi Time Sport Fishing
Went fishing on March 20, 2018
Brujo and son are great fishermen. Unfortunately the fish weren’t biting today though we all tried our best.
Fished March 2018Fished March 20, 2018Albert Greer recommends Sushi Time Sport Fishing
Went fishing on February 17, 2018
Capt. Pedro was very knowledgeable and experienced. Juan, however lacked personality and customer service. Thank goodness he wasn’t on the Panga with us.
Fished February 2018Fished February 17, 2018Dale Mendez recommends Sushi Time Sport Fishing
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