Anglers on High Density can wrangle about thirteen different species of fish in the warm, Pacific waters of Cabo. Your opponents could include black marlin, blue marlin, striped marlin, sailfish, spearfish, wahoo, yellow fin tuna, dorado, sierra, yellowtail, snapper, grouper and roosterfish.
Captain Kevin Brown’s favorites include any kind of marlin, as well as tuna, wahoo and dorado.
“I love seeing the look on people’s faces after they catch one of these big fish. I especially love seeing a kid catch their first fish with their parents watching and cheering them on. Those memories are priceless!”
Kevin’s Favorite Fish
(Descriptions from Wikipedia)
The striped marlin (Kajikia audax) is a species of marlin found in tropical to temperate Indo-Pacific oceans not far from the surface. It can weigh up to 190 kg (420 lb). The longest recorded striped marlin was 4.2 m (13.8 ft). The striped marlin is a predator that hunts during the day in the top 100 m or so of the water column, often near the surface. They love sardines.
An active and agile predator, the tuna has a sleek, streamlined body, and is among the fastest-swimming pelagic fish – the yellowfin tuna, for example, is capable of speeds of up to 75 km/h (47 mph). Found in warm seas, it is popular as a game fish.
“Wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri) is a scombrid fish found worldwide in tropical and subtropical seas. It is best known to sports fishermen, as its speed and high-quality flesh makes it a prized game fish. In Hawaii, the wahoo is known as ono.”
DORADO, also known as Mahi Mahi
Dorado “are mostly found in the surface water. Their flesh is soft and oily, similar to sardines. The body is slightly slender and long, making them fast swimmers; they can swim as fast as 50 knots (92.6 km/h, 57.5 mph). Sport fishermen seek them due to their beauty, size, food quality, and healthy population.”