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About Big Game Fishing, Inc.
Kip and Chris, owners of Big Game Fishing, Inc., have been fishing the Baja, Mexico area for over 30 years. We promise you that we will always provide you with the excellent service you have come to expect from our company.
Since 1978, Big Game Fishing, Inc. has been a premier fishing travel company with the demonstrated ability to handle your large to small fishing groups and your individual travel with ease. We are number one in our knowledge of the Baja fishing areas of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, the East Cape/Sea of Cortez, Loreto and La Paz. With our expertise we can help you find the best possible place to catch the fish of your dreams, Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Wahoo, Tuna, Yellowtail, Roosterfish or Dorado. We have personally stayed at all the fishing lodges and fished every area of Baja and can't wait to talk to you about planning your trip. After you book your trip, if you have tackle questions we can help you. Want to find out about beach fishing, golf, wind surfing, spas, horseback riding, ATV rentals, the best restaurants and bars or where to check out the nightlife? We have the answers for you.
Want to catch a King Salmon or a Giant Halibut? We represent some great lodges all over Alaska where you can find a fishing experience that will fit your budget. From luxurious isolated fishing lodges in Southeast Alaska, to cabins on the river in Kenai, we have it all.
de Cortez August 2014,
Lillge with nice dorado
fishing out of
Palmas de Cortez
Hunter and Ethan Paschall with their first ever "big fish"
caught out of BUENAVISTA BEACH RESORT on the East Cape. Ethan,
at 12 years old, did a great job bringing in the bigger of the
two. August 2013
Debbie & Gary Wilson fishing out of Cabo San Lucas.
They stayed at PUEBLO BONITO PACIFICA, an adults only deluxe all
inclusive resort on the beach and fished with GAVIOTA FLEET.
Kurt Van Horn
Nice Yellowtail caught by
David Payne out of Hotel Oasis
April 20, 2013
Steve Skolnik & David
Payne with Yellowtail, Hotel
Oasis April 2013
Steve Skolnik with nice sea
bass, Hotel Oasis Loreto April
had a great time in Loreto last week, a bit of wind that quashed our
fishing plans the first few days but after that...wonderful flat seas,
lots of sardinas, dolphins everywhere and yellowtail to be caught. It's
a late yellowtail season this year so still time to get there and catch
a boat full. Steve Lemos (above) is holding just one of the many nice
fish from our recent trip. The locals expect the dorado to come in soon
too as the sargasso (seaweed) is thick already and it really draws in
the big bulls starting in late May. We enjoyed catching large pargo
(snapper), baketa (sea bass), grouper and many different varieties
of highly edible bottom fish. There is very little in life that delights
more than enjoying your own freshly caught fish prepared as you like it
and served to you with an icy cold Margarita at the Hotel Oasis outdoor
restaurant on the beach.
While waiting for the wind to let up in Loreto, we went out to the
Loreto Baja Golf Resort & Spa, formerly the Loreto Bay Inn, 10 miles out
of town. It has been rejuvenated and upgraded into a lovely all
inclusive resort with a gorgeous oceanfront golf course, new tennis
courts and a magical new chef direct from France who has created an
incredible new gourmet menu. If you want something a bit more upscale
with a great pool and beach and all meals and drinks included, this is
the place for you. The boats will pick you up there or take you to the
marina to board. Simply perfect place for relaxing
and for couples trips where not everyone is fishing. The pricing is
terrific, good deals abound.
is the time to book your summer and fall trips to Cabo, East Cape and
Loreto. Excellent angling adventures await you
Email us for quotes and suggestions. Vamos a pescar!
Chris, Kip & the Staff at Big Game Fishing, Inc
Arturo’s Sport Fishing Report,
Weather has been excellent this week
Yellowtail fishing has been very good in the last few
weeks. The fishing spots:
Carmen Island just off Loreto,
Punta Lobos, north of Island,
Punta Pericos, East Island from salt mine,
La Choya reef, North side Loreto,
San Bruno, Puerto Almeja and Pulpito reef
Weights from 25 to 35 pounds
In most of the fishing spots you can see surface boils of
Yellowtail that are being caught with live bait or jigs.
Dog Snapper, Cabrilla are being caught near the shore
marine line with the best place the east side of Carmen.