September 8 – 13, 2014
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Fishing In Cabo San Lucas
Fishing here consists of pulling armed lures and pitching live baits to fish spotted tailing on the surface. Crews also use the lures to tease the fish close to the boat so they can pitch a live bait. This session is a good option for those who want to learn a little about handling, rigging and fishing with live baits.
At the tip of Mexico’s 1,000 mile long Baja California peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is one of those destinations with the perfect combination of great weather, exotic and spectacular scenery and a long time favorite for anglers out to land the big one!
Cabo San Lucas is a diverse area with two main towns, a large marina and beautiful bay. It is famous for its casual atmosphere and exciting nightlife, great beaches and lots of shopping and restaurants. Cabo San Lucas is also famous for its stone arch, called El Arco, a magnificent natural rock formation at Land’s End.
The average year round temperature in Cabo San Lucas is 78 degrees F. with 300 days of sun each year. In the summer, the dry desert heat prevails but tradewinds keep the evening temperatures comfortable.
After the day’s fishing and the nightly seminar, Cabo offers up some fantastic late night entertainment. Cabo San Lucas is known as a premier destination for fishing, outdoor sports and recreation. This session is probably the best option for those who want to bring along a non-fishing guest due to the incredible array of activities available onshore. Guests can enjoy sailing, whale watching, shopping, hiking or just spend a lazy day at the beach.
This class accommodates 16 students and fills up fast, don’t miss out!
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