March – October
The Baja Peninsula and Sea of Cortez continues to be a mecca for anglers seeking a mixed bag of game fish and some of the greatest values in the angling world. Striped, blue and black marlin are present in these waters on a seasonal basis and are complemented by Pacific sailfish, dorado, yellowfin tuna, roosterfish, wahoo and a host of other species. If you are seeking a memorable, family-fun vacation in a unique atmosphere of one of the world’s last great nature frontiers, or intent on setting a new game fishing record (or both!), this resort has it all. There are plenty of fish in the East Cape to go around. An assortment of comfortable air-conditioned rooms are available for single travelers to families. Cocktails and great meals are served in the main dining area. This is a great family destination with an assortment of non-fishing activities such as a pool, beach, gym, kayaks, snorkeling, diving, hiking, massage therapy, just to name a few. Cabo San Lucas is just 90 minutes away and offers world-class golf courses and great shopping. The fishing can be good year-round, but the prime time for billfish is from May-October. Surf fishing along the famous “double reef” directly in front of the ranch is spectacular. If big game fishing is what you are after, a complete fleet of inexpensive pangas (Mexican skiffs), larger center console “super pangas”, and roomy sportfishers up to 40 feet, all with exceptional local guides who know how to put you on the fish. If kayak sportfishing lures you in, this is your destination! A fleet of fully outfitted fishing kayaks is available for rent. Explore the famous double reef for Pargo, Pompano, Roosterfish and Sierra, or paddle ten minutes to the boat moorings for Dorado, Tuna and other pelagic gamefish.
“Good food, great people, perfect weather, as advertised” (J.B. 2017)
“This was a great trip and I will do it again”. (T. T. 2016)
“The trip was FANTASTIC!! Everything we hoped for and more. Thanks for putting it all together.” (C.Y. 2016)
“It was a very successful trip for both my wife and I. We both enjoyed everything about the lodge and the hospitality of all the staff was excellent! I got to catch fish I never caught before and my wife got to relax poolside, read a book and enjoy!” (E.Y. 2016)
April 1-July 31, Oct. 1-31
Double occupancy – Standard Rooms: $223/night, Deluxe Room: $296/night, Ocean-View Bungalow: $349/night.
Single Occupancy – Standard Rooms: $193/night, Deluxe Room: $266/night, Ocean-View Bungalow: $319/night.
Aug. 1-Sept. 30, March, November
Double occupancy – Standard Rooms: $198/night, Deluxe Room: $271/night, Ocean-View Bungalow: $324/night.
Single Occupancy – Standard Rooms: $168/night, Deluxe Room: $241/night, Ocean-View Bungalow: $294/night.
Rates are per room per night.
Add 19% tax/service charge.
Additional person in room: $40/night
Children ages 5-10: $10/night
Children under 5 are free.
Panga boats (23 ft.) $375
Super Cruiser (28-31 ft.) $650, Topaz Cruiser (31 ft.) $750 El Capitan (32 ft.) $1000 El Jefe (31 ft.) $1,200 plus 16% tax.
Bait is $20 person/day
License is $34.
Fly to Cabo San Lucas where you will be met for the one hour drive north to the lodge.
1 person $80
2 people $90
3 people $100
4 people $100
5 people $100
6 or more is $20/person
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.