PERMITS & LIVE BAIT
We often use ballyhoo for live bait. Depending on what the bait fisherman have in stock for us. Always fresh, live and purchased as we head out on charter right from the bait boat.
We also have top of the line tackle, squids, teasers, and quality equipment.
Update about filleting: We used to fillet fish for free for our guests, but this is no longer allowed in Cabo. Charter operators cannot fillet fish for guests anymore. You’ll need to take it to a place like Gricelda’s Smokehouse. They do a great job, and we can help get you connected with them when we come back in from fishing.
No Taxes or
You might see lower sticker prices around Cabo San Lucas, but then they add 16% tax, permit fees anywhere from $18-28 per person, bait charges, processing fees for using a credit card, and on, and on.
It adds up pretty quickly and all of a sudden that cheaper deal isn’t looking so stellar.
With Kingfish, the price you see is precisely to-the-penny what you’ll pay.
JUST SAY NO TO
Eat real food.
You’re offshore — no land in sight. You‘ve worked up an appetite reelin’ in those fish.
Now your stomach rumbles.
Is some dry and flavorless store-bought “sandwich” really going to save the day?
You’re a real live human being with feelings and taste buds!
Have your own private chef prepare a proper meal, always fresh, always made aboard.
Click here to see your charter menu.
Breakfast is also included: Coffee, tea, juices, a fruit platter and carb load it up with some pastries.
& Margaritas, YEAUW!
That’s right, open bar for your entire charter. This includes beers, margaritas, rum, whiskey, vodka and mixers.
Oh and I almost forgot… bottled water, soft drinks, Topo Chico club soda.
No extra cost to you at all.
BILLFISH 100% RELEASE
We release all marlin, sailfish and any billfish. They’re incredibly important to the ecosystem and simply don’t have the volume to be caught and kept by hundreds of boats that hit the water every day in Cabo.
If you’re thinking for a trophy — all we need is a photo of the fish. Most trophies these days are just replicas from photos. If you’re thinking for cooking, there are plenty of tastier fish in the sea to go after. Marlin aren’t great table fare.
Good news though! Other fish like dorado, tuna, wahoo, snapper, grouper, etc., are good to go! Great for cooking and they all put up a fun fight!