This lightly fished area of the coastline is chock full of some of the tastiest, best fighting exotic fish you can imagine. This time of year is when you will find offshore the billfish such as Striped, Black and Blue Marlin and Sailfish. You can credit the large numbers of billfish in this secluded area to its’ proximity to the junction of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. This area works like the world’s greatest natural fish trap. Our experienced guides have an intimate understanding of the area and will customize each trip to your desires.


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To fish in Mexico, you need either a US issued Salt-Water fishing license, or a Mexican Salt-Water fishing license which may be purchased at our office for around $15 USD.
All of our boats are fully equipped with top of the line gear. If you wish, you may bring your own tackle as well.
Yes, your catch will be cleaned and prepared for transport by the crew. We also have coolers and freezer packets available for your convenience. Bringing filleted fish into the US is not a problem with customs or the airlines.
During the winter months, more Bill Fish species move into the region with the cooler water temps. You’ll typically find more striped marlin, black marlin, sailfish, swordfish, tuna, red snapper, white seabass and dorado.