Nowhere in the world is sportfishing so spectacular as in Cabo San Lucas!

Bisbee’s Black & Blue Tournaments have been taking place in the Los Cabos region of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico for over 30 years. The Bisbee’s are currently producing three tournaments – Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore in Buenavista which takes place each July, and the Los Cabos Offshore Charity Tournament and Black & Blue Marlin Tournament which take place every October in Cabo San Lucas. This is why Los Cabos Fishing is one of the finest in the world.

Since 1981, the Black & Blue Marlin Tournament has grown from six teams with a purse of $10,000 to more than 150 teams with millions of dollars on the line. In 2006, the Black & Blue had its biggest overall cash payout of $4,165,960. This was, and remains, the largest worldwide payout in sport fishing history.  Los Cabos Fishing Tournaments will blow your mind.

Our Hospitality Concierge will assist you with all your fishing reservations.


January and February

Enjoy Striped Marlin sports fishing in the region during January and February. Anglers can also spot Yellow Fin Tuna offshore, near the Sea of Cortez. In February, Pompano, Trigger Fish and Snapper are found in abundance.

March and April

Marlin fishing slows down during this time of year, however, anglers will still enjoy coming to Cabo San Lucas to fish for other game fish like Grouper, large Sea Bass, and Cabrilla. During these months, you can experience great inshore fishing action with fish like Yellow Tail, Spanish Mackerel and Amber Jacks.

May, June and July

In May, prepare to fight hard with Roosterfish. By June and July, Blue Marlin and Wahoo dominate the sea.

August, September and October

Cabo San Lucas sports fishing from August to October is simply magnificent. From Sailfish bite to 300 pound plus Blue & Black Marlin to 300 pound plus Yellow Fin Tuna, it is certainly the best time of year for pro anglers for this is the big fish season.

November and December

In November and December, expect Sailfish, Tuna, Dorado, Wahoo and Spanish mackerel.