Los Barriles Mexico vacation resort, Sea of Cortez, sport fishing,
Los Barriles East Cape Baja Mexico Sportfishing
Sea of Cortez Sport Fishing
Our beautiful beach resort is located half-way between La Paz and Cabo San Lucas, and lies on the Sea of Cortez. This region is noted for its sandy beaches, skin diving, beach combing, swimming, wind surfing, and big game fishing. It is one of the few spots in the world where Marlin are taken year-round.
Our modern, fully air-conditioned rooms, some with kitchenetts, overlook the sandy beach and the crystal-clear water of the Sea of Cortez.
Our roof garden restaurant and cocktail lounge is located on top of the hotel, overlooking the swimming pool, palapa bar, fishing fleet, Sea of Cortez and the mountains surrounding the town of Los Barriles.
The owners and operators of the beach resort, the Martin Verdugo family, have lived in Los Barriles on this beautiful beach for five generations and though they have developed the property into a modern resort, the charm of old Mexico has been retained. We take pride in offering you excellent facilities and service.
Los Barriles Sport Fishing
The waters off Los Barriles offer a wide range of fishing possibilities. Try your hand fishing for the mighty striped, black, and blue marlin, dorado, sailfish, or roosterfish.
It is hard to imagine the shot of adrenaline as you battle with some of the greatest fighters in the world. It is an extraordinary experience to catch one an experience of which you will never forget.
East Cape Baja Mexico Fishing Package Deal
Based in 4 people per boat 2 per room:
4 nights in the hotel, fishing, tackle, breakfast every morning, box lunch
for the days you are fishing.
Los Barriles Sport Fishing Boats
We have six Super Cruisers, California 28 ft. They are diesel powered fully equipped boats. We take a maximum of 4 fisherman plus crew. Rods and reels can be provided or you can bring your own fishing gear.
Types of Fish
This is only a small sampling of the wide variety of fish caught in the Sea of Cortez.
Marlin: Individuals can get up to 13.5 feet and 692 pounds, but here they average 9 - 10 feet and 150 - 250 pounds.
Sailfish (Sp. Pez Vela): To 10 feet, 9 inches and 180 pounds (average 7 ft., 100 pounds).
Yellowfin Tuna (Sp. Atun): To six and one-half feet and 450 pounds
Dorado (Hawiian mahi mahi): To 6 feet 9 inches and 87 pounds. Most average 2.5
- 4 feet and 10 - 30 pounds and are caught over deep water trenches.
The Grouper can get up to 6.5 feet and 200 pounds. They
inhabit reefs and sea mounts just offshore and around islands.
Roosterfish (Sp. Pez Gallo): To 5 feet and 114 pounds, averaging 1 - 2 ft. and 15- 30 pounds.
Jack Crevalle (Sp. Tana or Cavalla): To four feet and 40 pounds. Found along gravel/cobblestone bottoms, they take trolled or drifted live baitfish, or cast chrome spoons.