World-Class Fishing

Tuna, Mahi-Mahi, & Mackerel

Proximity to Fishing Grounds

Baja Fishing Trips for Novices & Experts

Fish in world-class fishing grounds and have the opportunity to catch tuna, mahi-mahi, marlin, and Spanish mackerel. Learn tips from a local fisherman and increase your chances of reeling one in. See sea lions and (in winter) gray whales or humpbacks as you make your way to the fishing zones. When you get home, cook up your catches — the perfect end to a day of adventure.

The Extra Special Moments

Fish for tuna, mahi-mahi, marlin, & Spanish mackerel

Enjoy a short ride out to the fishing grounds

See sea lions and whales

Guidance from your captain, a local fisherman

Trip Details

Trip Details


Per boat: $9,000 MXN ($486 USD)

*USD prices are approximate and final checkout will be in Mexican pesos (see book now button for details)

Departure times

7.15 AM – weather depending

Meeting point


Monday to Sunday, year-round


3-4 hours

Group size

1 to 4 people

Good to know

  • You must acquire a fishing license before the trip — this is quick and easy to do online
  • There is no marina at Todos Santos — launching and landing take place on the beach
  • Contact us for sports fishing trips around La Paz or Mag Bay
  • We respect wildlife, hire local people and support local culture. 


  • Fishing gear
  • The fish you catch

Not included

  • Gratuities
  • Food & drinks
  • Fishing license

What to bring

  • Layers of clothes
  • Hat, glasses, & sun protection

About your guide

  • Captain – an experienced local fisherman
  • Helper

Your Adventure Itinerary

We’ll meet you at Punta Lobos beach and take you to the world-famous Pacific fishing grounds. The short journey to the fishing zones means more time for fishing! Depending on the season, you’ll have the opportunity to catch tuna, mahi-mahi, and Spanish mackerel. For the more adventurous, spearfishing is also available.

As well as fishing, you’ll get the chance to see a sea lion colony and, between November and March, gray whales and humpback whales. At the end of the day, keep the fish you’ve caught and cook it up on a grill — you can’t get much fresher than that!

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