Cabo San Lucas – 10/25 to 11/1 – 2nd request
We have had very little response so far so I am sending this again. Please let me know if you are interested as soon as you can.
Anyone interested in fishing Cabo during the week of 10/25 thru 11/1, please contact me.
Estimated costs for the trip are:
Airfare – approx $650 round trip from Ft Lauderdale. You can get it for approx $550 out of Miami. There are no direct flights. The 1 stop flights are usually around 7 hours.
Hotels – there are a broad range of hotels, from cheap to 5 star. There are a number of good places that are a relatively short walking distance to town and the marina that are priced around $250 – $300/night. You can also get some great deals on skyauction.com or VRBO. There are lots of condo/timeshare properties that can be extremely nice and reasonable. If you get a few people together, you can get 2 or 3 or more bedroom places that are very nice and can cost less than a hotel room.
Boats – like the hotel rooms, there is a great variety of charter boats. On the lower cost end, you can get 31ft Bertrams from Pisces for $580 a day. They are older and slower but get the job done and can accommodate 2 to 4 guys. In the mid range, you can get newer/faster 29 – 32ft Blackfin/Cabo/K&Cs from Picante/Pochos/Pisces for $800 – $1300/day. These also accommodate 2 to 4 guys. You can also get 45ft Cabos from around $2100 a day from Picante and others. You could put 6 guys on these boats. The prices above do not include tip or fishing licenses ($16 per person)/live bait ($30/doz) or lunch.
Food – there are tons of good restaurants and bars. You can eat cheap or gourmet. Expect to spend the same as you would around here.
We would like to get at least 15 guys to make this work as a club trip. The trip is open for spouses and there are plenty of things for them to do if they don’t want to fish. There are great spas, beautiful golf courses, good shopping, etc. so you should not hesitate to bring a significant other.
October is a busy tournament time in Cabo. We picked this week because it did not have any big tournament going on and is still prime time to fish Cabo. Let me know at your earliest convenience if you would like to go, if you would be taking anyone else and if you would be interested in sharing a charter boat. If you have any questions or would like more info on fishing Cabo, please contact me or Mike Leach.
You can reach me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (954 609 4309).