Cabo San Lucas, Mexico



Feb. 2, 2007, Ramon Druck, charter panga Cheer's, Cabo San Lucas, Baja Sur, Mexico:

Sunday, January 28th:

I departed from Cabo San Lucas aboard the Cheer's at 6 a.m., returning to port at 11:30 a.m. We had very good fishing weather without wind, a cloudless sky, and cool air temperature. I fished along the beaches of Faro Viejo, about 1 to 4 miles to the north on the Pacific Ocean. The Cheer's caught 20 sierras and 2 dorados. The fishing water temperature was 72 to 73 degrees, approximately.

Tuesday, January 30th:

The Cheer's fished out of Cabo San Lucas today from 6:30 a.m. to 12 noon. We fished with the same clients as yesterday. They are Debbie Troutman and Chrissy Reynolds. We fished again in the same area on the Pacific Ocean side of Cabo San Lucas, out to about 3 miles from the beach at Faro Viejo, with good weather conditions. The Cheer's caught 2 black skipjack, or barrilete, 3 dorado, and 2 sierra of 3 to 6 pounds. The water temperature today was 72 degrees.

Wednesday, January 31st:

We departed from Cabo San Lucas this morning to fish from 6:30 a.m. to 12 noon. I fished with 3 passengers today: Richard Schacht, Harry Taylor, and one other passenger. We had very bad weather conditions today along the Pacific coast of Baja north of Cabo San Lucas, and this did not allow us good fishing. We were not able to catch anything. It was very cold, very windy, and because of this the water was green on the side of Cabo where we attempted to fish without any results. No fish. The water temperature was 70 degrees.

Thursday, February 1st:

The Cheer's fished for 5 hours this morning in very slow conditions, with three passengers aboard. The water temperature was 70 to 71 degrees, with cold weather and wind and clouds. The fishing water was cold and green as we fished from the beach out to 1 or 3 nautical miles from Faro Viejo on the Pacific Ocean. Today, the Cheer's had a catch of 2 sierra of 2 to 3 pounds, and 1 skipjack. We could not take photos today because of the rough weather.

Friday, February 2nd:

We fished out of Cabo San Lucas from 6:30 to 11:30 a.m. today, fishing for 5 hours, first on the Pacific Ocean, and later on the Sea of Cortez, 4 to 8 miles from the coast, with 2 passengers, Roger and Glen. We again had slow fishing conditions today. The Pacific Ocean was a little rough and the weather was windy with green water at a temperature of 70 to 71 degrees. Later we fished on the Sea of Cortez about 8 miles out in blue water at 72 to 73 degrees, and we caught 1 dorado and 2 skipjack.