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Lands End Chartes Cabo offer the most experienced deep sea fishing fleet in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. With a fleet of over 20 vessels we have many great options to choose from. Our crews average over 20 years of local fishing experience and know how...more
Hours Today: 6:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
| inside La Marina en Los Cabos, Cabo San Lucas 23410, Mexico
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There has never been a captain more intent on getting you fish. Although it was not a good fishing day for anyone, Carlos never wasted a minute trying to get us on the fish. We fished last year with Carlos and caught so many fish...More
We will remember this day for the rest of our lives, thanks to Jose! We promised we’d give him a review - so here goes: I booked a private snorkeling charter on the little Huracan boat via tripadvisor / viator for our family of 4...More
I was staying at a resort in the area with my wife and another couple. I booked a half day fishing trip for my friend and I for Jan 17 on the La Kika out of the San Jose Del Cabo Marina. I fish pretty...More
Connected online basis reviews. Jenny was very responsive in getting us set up. Followed through on any and all questions. Booked our airport transfers with them as well. All prepaid. Timely excellent service from all. Will use them again for sure.
Met Hiram a bit before 0630, all was ready to go. Met a fellow fisherman that was on his 3rd consecutive repeat day with LandsEnd Charters, very happy. Big Kahuna II had a mechanical but they set us up with an older 31’ boat Rosa...More
Met Harami at 8 am around the docks to get situated. I had missed an email from Greg, Land's End coordinator, the day before about what we wanted for food and drink; responded to the email late the night before and they still had it...More
Captain Niles, never introduced himself, he never explained anything about the boat, where we would fish, or what we should do if we hooked a fish. It wasn't until we asked, that he would explain. Two of us on the boat spoke Spanish, so it...More
Date of experience: January 2019
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cabog2017, Owner at Lands End Charters, responded to this reviewResponded January 11, 2019
I am sorry you felt our captain was not very friendly. It is extremely surprising as he is consistently mentioned through MANY reviews as very friendly and most importantly very good at catching fish (as he proved with your Marlin). Just 2 reviews...More
We booked the all-day all-inclusive for four on the 30' Viviana. A longer trip means you are more likely to catch something. We caught 5 Bonitos, a Dolphin fish and a 54" Wahoo!
When the boats come back into the harbor, they fly flags indicating...More
Our family spent the day on the 100 ft Ganesha and it was by far the best day of our trip and a memory that we will all remember forever. The Yacht was fantastic and the crew was amazing. The made the whole experience very...More
Let me start by saying this is a top notch company. In the competitive market of charters these guys stand alone. From the time you first email them to getting a fish in the boat it's first class. Great communications, good lunch, easy to find,...More
Response from merkatwoman | Reviewed this property |
There is no set time. Fish are fickle. The crew was skilled and knew what bait/lures to use to attract which fish. For the bigger fish I recommend a bigger boat with the reel chairs. 28 ft to 33 ft boat depending on how... More
There is no set time. Fish are fickle. The crew was skilled and knew what bait/lures to use to attract which fish. For the bigger fish I recommend a bigger boat with the reel chairs. 28 ft to 33 ft boat depending on how many people you have going. It also depends on the season. Certain fish are more abundant during different times of the year. When we were there in June Tuna were out of season. The 8 ft. Marlin we caught was about halfway through a full day trip and was surprisingly easy to reel in. The Rooster Fish are harder to reel in but are pretty and good eating. The best tasting fish we caught were the Spanish Mackerel - although they are much smaller.
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