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Get Out From Behind That Desk & See Hundreds of Sea Creatures

Date: 11/23/2016

Sometimes you just have to get out on the water and not sit behind the desk, true this past weekend for Tracy Ehrenberg of Pisces Sportfishing who enjoyed a day out aboard Contessa our 82 Ft Yacht which provides comfort and can catch fish too


Fishing Reports

Pisces Fish Report—November 5th to November 11th, 2016

Date: 11/16/2016

This week we saw catches become more diverse, with a wider range of game fish caught. Many boats caught a varied amount of dorado (the main catch this week), yellowfin tuna, striped marlin and even a spearfish. While we also saw interspersed catches of wahoo, sierra mackerel, roosterfish and snapper aboard those boats that went for inshore fish. Fishing was much closer in that it has been with the striped marlin bite out at the Finger Bank. We saw boats still mostly fishing the Pacific side, with a few trying their luck off Punta Ballena and some miles straight out from the Arch as well. The Pisces Bill Collector went out to the Finger Bank and had an impressive 10 striped marlin caught and released, the fish ranged from 100-190lbs on the 8th.


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Pisces Fish Report—October 29th to November 4th, 2016

Date: 11/16/2016

This week saw the last of the big tournament’s of the season in Cabo take place, the 18th edition of the Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot. There was huge turnout this year with 168 teams and 612 anglers registered, the second largest field in the tournament’s history. All vying for a chance at the large tuna known to inhabit the waters off of Cabo and almost $750,000 in prize money. As far as our regular fishing went, we saw good billfish catches, mostly striped marlin and some blues. While there was a lot of big tuna landed, this probably has more to do with the fact that boats were specifically targetting these fish for the tournament.


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2016 Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot

Date: 11/5/2016

This year marked the 18th anniversary of what is the largest tuna tournament in the world and of course where else would it be held but Cabo San Lucas. The turnout was huge this year with 168 teams and 612 anglers registered, the second largest field in the tournament’s history. Boats ranged from humble pangas to sleek state of the art 80 ft plus Viking yachts, all vying for a chance at the large tuna known to inhabit the waters off of Cabo and almost $750,000 in prize money. This tournament is not only the best attended on the tournament calendar but also the best value for money and the most fun. Teams return year after year, but its not just about the money they can win, there is a definite warmth and camaraderie not felt at other competitions. It’s as much about the people and their stories as it is about the money


Fishing Reports

Pisces Fish Report— October 22nd to October 28th, 2016

Date: 11/1/2016

This week we saw an overall decrease in our catch success rate, with 72% of boats catching fish. The beginning and end of the week saw better catches, with about half of boats catching fish during the middle of the week. Despite this, we still saw individual boats get lucky and land some impressive catches. We had a very large 639lbs blue marlin boated on the 23rd by Jamie and Ben from California, as well as a 35lbs dorado.


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Pisces Fish Report— October 1st to October 7th, 2016

Date: 10/25/2016

We’re sounding like a broken record, however, that’s a good thing when it comes to our excellent fishing conditions as of late. Especially since tournament season is right upon us. If next week is anything like this one, the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament could see some exciting competition, which runs from the 11th to the 15th of October this year. We saw many, many boats catch multiple marlin and billfish almost everyday this week, far too many to include them all in this report.


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Team Quiteña Scoops Over 2million Dollars in the Bisbee’s Black & Blue

Date: 10/24/2016

The most famous fishing tournament in the world, the Bisbee’s Black and Blue, came to a close this Saturday with an awards ceremony and dinner party for participants of the 2016 edition. As always, the tournament was full of excitement, although not so much on the first day of fishing, which saw no qualifying fish (300lbs and up) brought to scale. But with no qualifying fish comes a benefit, if a team brought in a big enough fish on days two or three. It would be worth more money in prizes, if they’d entered the daily jackpots for all days. In essence the total purse of $3,511,900 million dollars, is split up between who ever caught fish on the subsequent days.


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Bisbee Offshore Comes to a Close

Date: 10/16/2016

Bisbee Offshore Tournament, took place this weekend with $773,000 in prize money up for grabs by a field of 108 teams. The two day event always takes place the weekend before the main even, Bisbee Black and Blue, and has always been known as the “little Bisbee”, but it can hardly be called that any longer. This is a good tournament to fish as the entry fees are less than the main event, lots of boats entering, the purses are getting bigger every year and with dorado and tuna categories, there is a good chance of placing


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Interview with Winner of Los Cabos Billfish Tournament

Date: 10/16/2016

We spoke this morning with John DeDominic unofficial winner of the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament. John landed a beautiful 378 LB black marlin on the second day of the three day event that put him in the top slot. He told us “we were strictly targeting black marlin, by fishing the shallows. We were all alone on the Cortez side, we don’t like to fish near other boats. It’s said be a hero or zero”. By choosing to fish this way John was definitely the hero of the tournament


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Pisces Fish Report—September 17th to 23rd, 2016

Date: 9/29/2016

For being September there were actually quite a few anglers in town this past week, despite hot and humid weather the fishermen venturing out were pleased with their results. Our catch rate for all species combined was 92% with just a few boats not catching anything. There was a pretty good mix on billfish with blue marlin, striped marlin and a couple of sailfish. The largest fish for us this week was aboard the 38 ft. Blackfin C Rod, a . . .


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