Known by many as the “Sportfishing Capital of the World,” Cabo San Lucas at the tip of Baja California surely is an angling paradise. Warm offshore currents from the Sea of Cortez converge here with the cooler waters of the deep blue Pacific Ocean and cause massive temperature breaks that attract a veritable smorgasbord of baitfish for pelagic species such as yellowfin tuna, dorado and wahoo, as well as striped, blue and black marlin. Our Cabo San Lucas fishing chart has been a best seller for years, with underwater contour (bathymetry) data from our Mexican government sources and we absolutely had to make this available. The underwater contours we acquired are absolutely stunning and much more detailed than we ever could imagine. The bottom depth variations are amazing to see as the contours of the ocean floor are shown in stark detail on the chart, in fact this map may easily be the most detailed view of the ocean floor ever produced for the waters off the tip of Baja California! Also, the 100, 500 and 1000 fathom curves are highlighted so you can easily find blue “offshore” water while chasing those pelagic species. Our Cabo San Lucas map reveals such legendary fishing areas as the Gorda Banks, Golden Gate Bank, Vinorama Canyon, the 1150 Bank, Iman Bank, Cabrillo Bank and much more. The chart extent covers from Bahia Los Frailes on the Cortez side and wraps around the Baja Peninsula to the Pacific terminating at Punta Pescadero, just south of the beachside community of Todos Santos. The back side of the chart contains a great deal of information such as explanations on how to fish each highlighted area, GPS coordinates, a seasonal fishing calendar, fish identification chart, and much more.