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Founded in 1996 by Baja Sur Fishing Expert Jonathan Roldan who still personally oversees all operations with his wife/fishing buddy Jilly. Tailhunter International Sportfishing is a full service outfitter offer excursions year round on the Sea of...more
Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Calle Paseo Alvaro Obregon 755, La Paz 23020, Mexico
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When you want the best of the best this is the the guide. We were a family of six and had the time of our lives and can truly say we never expected the great fishing, concern for us having a great vacation, friendliness of...More
We were greeted by Jonathan and Jill upon arrival at their restaurant, then taken to our hotel, La Concha, just at the North end of town. Both were super helpful and gracious. :-)
A very well organized tour; we were in La Paz to flyfish...More
This is our second year fishing with Jonathan and Jill. This year the 5 of us took our wife's with us and had Jonathan and Jill take care of all Fishing and Hotel accommodations for us . They did an exceptional job for us ....More
I dont usually fish, but when I do....
Great time, guide baited, set lines and let me reel them in. 1 mahi, 1 Sierra, 3 snapper, 1 shark we let go, and a couple other trash fish.
Well respected company both in the industry and...More
First off Jonathan and Jillie treat you better than your own family! Transportation from the Cabo airport was waiting for my wife and I. Once we arrived in La Paz the driver stopped at the Tailhunter restaurant Jonathan and Jill greeted us warmly and offered...More
My cousin and I discovered Jonathan, Jill and Tailhunter seven years ago and have been fishing with them every year since. Their customer service is unrivaled. Their employees are knowledgeable, attentive, and have become friends over the years. If you want great fishing and to...More
Jonathan and Jillian are the best at what they do. They take care of everything and consider you family from your first trip. The harbor master closed the ports the day we were suppose to fish, not a problem, Jonathan moved us around and we...More
16 of us went fishing with Tailhunter. Jonathan and Jill provide a 1st class experience. We were treated like Kings. But there is a price!!!!! They really love smiles. I'm not kidding, they love people and making people smile. They took care of every detail....More
We were impressed by Fishhunter’s fleet of clean boats and experienced captains who are bilingual (helpful if not Spanish speaking like me) from both La Paz and Las Arenas. The captains will accommodate your wants in targeting a variety of fish. Highly recommended for both...More
Response from wahOOOO42 | Reviewed this property |
Tailhunters charges around 2$ per vacupacked and frozen pack of fish. You can tell them how much fisf you want in each bag. If you tell them enough for four people it will cost you less. Your cooler can not be over 50# for... More
Tailhunters charges around 2$ per vacupacked and frozen pack of fish. You can tell them how much fisf you want in each bag. If you tell them enough for four people it will cost you less. Your cooler can not be over 50# for the flight home. Coolers weigh about 8# each so you can bring back 42# of fish per cooler. Your fish will be about 40-50 dollars from Tailhunters and will cost you 25$ on most planes. Check your airline for the fees. I fly Southwest and two bags are free so it cost me nothing for my cooler. Hope this helps...Terry
Response from pksharp2016 | Reviewed this property |
Jonathan is right! The fishing from La Paz is awesome, plus their fleet runs partly right out from La Paz, and another part is over the hill fishing out of Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay. So you have a couple of different... More
Jonathan is right! The fishing from La Paz is awesome, plus their fleet runs partly right out from La Paz, and another part is over the hill fishing out of Las Arenas/ Muertos Bay. So you have a couple of different options, and its very much like fishing in two different places. I'd definitely recommend splitting your trip and trying both places at least one day each!!
We had an awesome time there and are already looking to schedule another one next year. Don't wait too long, September is busy for them and they will fill up early.