A CATCH

IN BAJA

A CATCH

IN BAJA

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San Jamie Bank
Starting out from the Pacific Side, the first place to visit is the San Jamie Bank. This is the closest bank to the Tinaje trough, and has three incredible seamounts. The path between Golden Gate Banks and San Jamie has an underwater current, which makes it a good place to catch fish.

You can expect to find Blue Marlin, Bonita, Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna and Skipjack.
San Jamie Bank
Starting out from the Pacific Side, the first place to visit is the San Jamie Bank. This is the closest bank to the Tinaje trough, and has three incredible seamounts. The path between Golden Gate Banks and San Jamie has an underwater current, which makes it a good place to catch fish.

You can expect to find Blue Marlin, Bonita, Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna and Skipjack.
San Jamie Bank
Starting out from the Pacific Side, the first place to visit is the San Jamie Bank. This is the closest bank to the Tinaje trough, and has three incredible seamounts. The path between Golden Gate Banks and San Jamie has an underwater current, which makes it a good place to catch fish.

You can expect to find Blue Marlin, Bonita, Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna and Skipjack.

BLUE MARLIN

BONITO

TUNA

BLACK SEA BASS

SKIPJACK

GROUPER

WAHOO

DORADO

YELLOWFIN TUNA

SAILFISH

MACKEREL

MARLIN

Cabo Falso Lighthouse

Originally considered to be a part of Baja, Cabo Falso Lighthouse is landmark of Cabo San Lucas. It is an easily accessible spot from the coast of Cabo San Lucas marina and is a place where you can find a great deal of Dorado fish.

Golden Gate Bank

From the San Jamie Bank, the Tinaje trough runs 15 miles north to the Golden Gate Bank. This is probably the best place to fish in Cabo San Lucas, which is why you cannot afford to miss it. The warm waters of the Golden Gate Bank make it attractive for all sorts of fish, including Black Seabass, Skipjack, Dorado, Blue Marlin and Yellowfin. If you are visiting in early spring or winter, you could also hook the iconic striped marlin.

Gordo Bank
Coming over to the Sea of Cortez Side, one of the finest fishing spot you can find is the Gordo Bank. It is located about 22 miles northeast from the Cabo San Lucas marina and is off the coast from San Jose Del Cabo.  The exact fishing spot is separated by two river banks, inner and outer Gordo Bank.

The most productive time to visit this spot is between April and November. However, it provides a decent amount of fish during the winter as well, as the banks are protected by the Sierra Madre mountains.
Gordo Bank
Coming over to the Sea of Cortez Side, one of the finest fishing spot you can find is the Gordo Bank. It is located about 22 miles northeast from the Cabo San Lucas marina and is off the coast from San Jose Del Cabo.  The exact fishing spot is separated by two river banks, inner and outer Gordo Bank.

The most productive time to visit this spot is between April and November. However, it provides a decent amount of fish during the winter as well, as the banks are protected by the Sierra Madre mountains.
Gordo Bank
Coming over to the Sea of Cortez Side, one of the finest fishing spot you can find is the Gordo Bank. It is located about 22 miles northeast from the Cabo San Lucas marina and is off the coast from San Jose Del Cabo.  The exact fishing spot is separated by two river banks, inner and outer Gordo Bank.

The most productive time to visit this spot is between April and November. However, it provides a decent amount of fish during the winter as well, as the banks are protected by the Sierra Madre mountains.

Villa Valentina,
Kilómetro 31.5, Carr. Transpeninsular, Zona Hotelera, 23405 San José del Cabo, B.C.S.

Villa Valentina, Kilómetro 31.5, Carr. Transpeninsular,

Zona Hotelera, 23405 San José del Cabo, B.C.S.