sábado, 29 de noviembre de 2014

Shopping in San José del Cabo

Plaza del Pescador is a mall in front of the hotel strip in #SanJosedelCabo, and a short walk away from Historical Downtown. Its location and great variety of restaurants, stores and activities turn this mall into the ideal place for visitors and locals to enjoy with family, significant other or friends.
Live music, entertainment, signature restaurants, Italian, Spanish, Mexican and sushi; surf shop, jewelry, casual wear, furniture; a play center for children; coffee shop and gourmet store are some of the options that Plaza del Pescador offers to visitors.
It is also the annual venue for the San Jose Jazz Weekend!

Plaza del Pescador es un centro comercial ubicado en la zona hotelera frente al Mar de Cortez en ‪#‎SanJosedelCabo‬, y a unos pasos del Centro Histórico. Excelente ubicación con gran variedad de restaurantes, tiendas,bares y actividades que hacen de este un lugar ideal para disfrutar con amigos y familia.
Música en vivo, eventos,restaurantes con comida italiana, española, mexicana, americana y japonesa así como tiendas de surf, ropa, joyería, muebles, zona de juegos para niños, cafetería y tienda gourmet son algunas de las tantas opciones para disfrutar de tu visita a Plaza del Pescador, lugar donde se realiza el San José Jazz Weekend!

miércoles, 19 de noviembre de 2014

Los Cabos Big Game Charter Boat Classic 2014

Los Cabos Charter Boat Classic

Los Cabos Big Game Charter Boat Classic es el primer torneo de su tipo en México. No hay cuota de inscripción y está abierto a todos los aficionados a la pesca. Los Cabos tiene el récord de captura de atún, wahoo, dorado y marlín más grande del mundo, ofreciendo una posibilidad real de atraparlos en sus mares y agregar emoción a un día de pesca en barco.

Solo necesitas preparar la embarcación para disfrutar del fantástico clima de Los Cabos y su legendaria pesca. Debido al éxito durante el 2013, para el 2014 se extenderá a cuatro días de torneo.

Los Cabos Charter Boat Classic

Los Cabos Big Game Charter Boat Classic is the first of its kind in Mexico. There’s no entry fee and the tournament is open to all fans of fishing. Participants have the opportunity to catch record size tuna, wahoo, dorado and the world’s largest marlin. It is a unique event created to add excitement to a day of fishing.

You just need to charter a boat to enjoy the fantastic weather of Los Cabos and the legendary fishing. Due to the success of the 2013 event, this year the tournament will be extended to four days of fishing.

sábado, 8 de noviembre de 2014

2014 Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot Tournament


Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot el torneo de atún más grande del mundo. Inició en Cabo San Lucas en el año de 1999 con 12 embarcaciones. El concepto se planeó hace aproximadamente 18 años por Kit McNair, quien tenía experiencia como director de escuelas de pesca, acompañado de Pat McDonald quien es el director de Cabo Tuna Jackpot. Este año133 equipos participan del 5 al 8 de noviembre.

The Cabo Tuna Jackpot is the world's largest tuna tournament. Kit McNair came up with the idea about 18 years ago. He made Cabo San Lucas the headquarters used his experience as a director of fishing schools to develop the tournament. The year was 1999 and 12 boats were entered. This year 133 teams will ¨fish hard and party hard¨ from Nov 5-8 !!!
Read more in our latest issue at www.tendenciamagazine.com


#Cabo #Unstoppable #Imparable #TendenciaBcs

Fishing with great weather expected, tournament ended up with 133 teams, making this the biggest tournament in Cabo this year, again. A fantastic turnout,only two teams off last year

The yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacaresmarketed as ahi, from its Hawaiian name ʻahi although the name ʻahi in Hawaiian also refers to the closely related bigeye tuna. The species name, albacares ("white meat") can lead to confusion. The tuna known as albacore in English, is a different species of tuna: Thunnus alalunga. However, yellowfin tuna is officially designated albacore in French, and is referred to as albacora by Portuguese fishermen. Also known as Allison tuna.

martes, 4 de noviembre de 2014

2104 Baja Ha-Ha Bahia Tortugas

2014  BAJA HA-HA
Bahia Tortugas

Part of the fun of traveling in foreign waters is getting to know the locals. That’s exactly what the Baja Ha-Ha rally fleet has been doing for the past few days, since the fleet extended its stay in Bahia Tortugas due to concerns over Hurricane Vance (now centered roughly 300 miles SSW of Cabo).

With its dusty streets and simple homes, there’s nothing fancy or sophisticated about this long-established fishing village, but its people are always warm, friendly and helpful to visiting mariners – especially the Ha-Ha fleet, which gives a huge financial boost to the local economy.

When the potential path of Hurricane Vance became a concern prior to the scheduled Saturday-morning start of Leg 2, the rally’s Grand Poobah decided to err on the side of caution and hold the fleet in Turtle Bay for at least one more day. The cruisers spent this lay day hiking the hills and getting to know the townspeople, and some participated in a paddle board race around the committee boat, Profligate

Sunday morning, some crews were anxious to get moving, and elected to temporarily ‘drop out’ of the rally and sail toward Bahia Santa Maria, 240 miles to the south, while the majority of the fleet stayed in Bahia Tortugas. One unanticipated effect of this change of plans was that the town came close to running out of beer!

With Vance now beginning its anticipated northwesterly turn toward the mainland, the whole fleet is expected to push on toward BSM today. Sailing conditions offshore should be ideal, with 15-25 knots of wind from the northwest. With any luck, the entire fleet will arrive at the Cape on Friday, just a day behind the original schedule.

Follow the news at Baja Ha-Ha 2014 

2014 Bisbee´s Black & Blue Tournament

By Capt. Dave Lear
October 26, 2014; Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur:
As befitting the World’s Richest Fishing Tournament, the Bisbee’s Black & Blue, presented by IGY Marinas, did hand out a whopping $2 million dollars in cash prizes at the awards celebration Saturday night. But the real winners are a local orphanage for boys, as well as the citizens of Los Cabos. After Hurricane Odile slammed ashore last month and caused widespread damage, 125 teams heeded the call to fish anyway and came to town to help jump-start the vital economic recovery.

“In all honesty, up until a couple weeks ago I thought we were going to rally whoever was here at the Baja Cantina, throw some money in a hat and just go fishing to keep the tournament streak going,” said Tournament Director Wayne Bisbee. “But thanks to all our fantastic anglers and sponsors, somehow we pulled it off and the results are just insane. We helped put a lot of people back to work, caught some good fish and we’re definitely leaving Cabo in better shape than we found it.”

Team Casa Hogar was the top winner this year. The 10 anglers and crew were fishing on behalf of the local non-profit organization that provides food, shelter and education to under-privileged Los Cabos boys. Angler Omar Castaneda scored the win after landing the biggest qualifying fish of the tournament, a 385-pound blue marlin. That fish took the overall team prize, tournament jackpot, top captain award (Capt. Ernie Cossio) and the Day Two $500 Daily Jackpot. The team is donating the $258,325 winnings to Casa Hogar.

In typical Black & Blue fashion, Sporty Game, entered across the board in all daily jackpot categories, waited until the final day to bring in the million-dollar fish. Carlos Cervontes whipped the 337-pound blue marlin in 18 minutes. That catch earned owner/captain Dan Lewis and the team a whooping payout of $1.682 million for second place in all team awards and the dailies. Lewis has been fishing the B&B since 2000. Sporty Game’s catch this year represents the 12th time a team has earned more than one million dollars in the tournament’s 34-year history.
Angler Dennis Bartos and Team Survivor are not going home empty-handed. Their blue marlin, tipping the scales at 328 pounds, earned a check for $42,187 for third place. Rounding out the top five, Baja Banditos pocketed $11,250 for a 320-pound blue, while Tepeyacos took fifth with a 304-pounder, good for $7,500.

In the tightly-contested Release Division, Mobius took top honors and the most money—$49,725—by releasing the first marlin based on time. Suzuka A, one of several teams from Japan, was second ($17,212) and Los Tapatios took third place and a check for $9,562. For the week, the 912 anglers from multiple countries caught 60 blue and six black marlin.
The Black & Blue slogan is “Come for fun, leave a millionaire.” After the 2014 event, however, adding: “And Make a Difference” is certainly an appropriate exclamation point.