Thursday, August 28, 2008

Sunrise at San Jose del Cabo

Beautiful sunrise today, August 28th, as seen from San Jose.

Bait fisherman cast their nets in the early morning.

Wish you were here…….

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

In Cabo we eat the fish, not the other way around...

Yet again another reason to fish in Cabo….we don’t have any fish likely to eat you, such as this world record piranha caught in the Amazon

Monday, August 25, 2008

Quick Rig video

This is a new tool that we are implementing on some of our Pisces boats, to enable the crew to rig bait more quickly and effectively for use with a circle hook.
The advantage to the way bait are rigged in this way is the freedom of movement, resulting in a bait that swims naturally.

Tropical Storm Julio

A lot of you have contacted us concerned about the tropical weather that approached Baja today.
Tropical storm Julio brought rain on Saturday night, some rain on Sunday morning and winds that gusted to about 30 mph, for about half an hour. Seas were rough, with whitecaps and swells. The port was closed for the day, but as we end Sunday, there is no rain, skies are partially cloudy and seas are almost back to normal. We appreciated the much needed rain and cooler temperatures. Below is a short clip of what it look like from the Pacific side, half a mile from the Old Lighthouse.

Meet Juan and Francisco, Pisces staff

In this photo Pisces staffers, Juan and Francisco are seen. Francisco is the Tae Kwon Do expert (black belt)in the white suit and Juan is holding the practice kick paddle. They are training for how to deal with customers who complain about not catching any fish.......just kidding.....

At Pisces we like to know all about who are team are and what they are hobbies are. We encourage staff to share their interests and invite others to join them.

Tae kwon do, is a very popular sport in Mexico. Although it originated in Korea, Mexico are the best in the world at this sport. The only two gold medals we won in the Bejing Olympics were for this sport, first place men and women.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Testimonial from James and Cynthia Cortinas...

To Captain Leon Camacho:

We went fishing with captain Leon Camacho and we had a great time, we of course caught more fish than any other boat because our captain is the best.

The company of Pisces always does a great job, thank you Tracy for making your company the very best.

Hope to be back sooonnn, we love it.

James and Cynthia Cortinas, Houston TX.

Diving Cabo for the first time...

By Ady Moya:

I need to share another adventure with you all, …… diving! Without question, under the water there is another world; a brilliant one full of colors, shapes and funny noises. Here we encounter in their natural environment, the species that we get so excited about when we go fishing.
In just a few days I have been able to admire schools of manta rays, spider crabs, clown fish, cabrillas, lobsters, eels, schools of tiny and big toothed fish, who are interested in you, a funny creature in a neoprene wetsuit, with bubbles all around . We need to have admiration and respect for the sub aquatic world , which is so close to the fishing we enjoy and yet something we don’t see in our regular environment. Because I cannot say hi with a smile, I thought I would communicate it by blinking…..let’s go diving.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Great day aboard the Valerie...

Thanks for a great time, #2, and not the last. Capt.Nicolas and Rosendo did an awesome job. Here's a pic of one of the Sailfish caught on the Valerie by my wife Karen on Aug 14th. We also released a sailfish and striped marlin estimated at 160#s. We'll be back soon.

David Krauskopf
SMK Partners, LLC
Dallas, TX.

Honeymoon in Cabo

Ever thought about a fishing honeymoon? If your new bride will go along with this, you’ve got yourself a good woman….here are some photos from Chip and Leslie Broussard from Abbeville LA who spent their honeymoon in Cabo fishing with Pisces. Looks like they are off to a good start!