Overall catch success rate, all species combined: 93%
Numbers at a glance: Billfish 45%, Tuna 36%, Dorado 70%, other 14%
BILLFISH: This week our main story is the passing of Hurricane Newton through the area on Tuesday. The storm made landfall on Tuesday night as a category 1 storm, bringing strong winds and rains. When the morning came it was obvious that this storm was not very destructive at all, causing some leaks in homes, and generating windblown debris from plants and signage. In fact, Hurricane Newton will probably end up bringing more benefits than damage to the region, as these tropical storms are Cabo’s main source of water. This winter season we will have an astoundingly green and lush landscape due to all the rain we’ve had. Making Cabo’s desert seem more like tropical Hawaii than Arizona. With all that being said, it did have an impact on fishing, as the port was closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Barcos Piscis, S.A. de C.V.
Cabo Maritime Center, Marina 8-6, Suite 1-D, Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23410 Mexico
Telephone U.S.A.: Toll Free : 1-877-286-7938, Tel : 1-619-819-7983, Fax : 1-619-270-5421
Telephone Mexico: Tel : 011 52 624 143 1288, Fax : 011 52 624 143 0588. Local calls do not need “011 52”.