Spearfishing is an ancient and effective way for people to catch fish. With no by-catch, habitat damage or pollution caused by the activity, spearfishing is the most environmentally friendly and sustainable form of fishing.
With the development of modern freediving equipment and the speargun, spearfishing is now considered a sport and for that reason in Mexico it is only allowed to be done while freediving and with a sport fishing license is required.
WELCOME TO SPEAR FISHING BAJA:
The premier provider of unforgettable underseas adventures in one of the world's most intensely fish-rich environments: the confluence of the Sea of Cortés and Pacific Ocean just off Land's End at Cabo San Lucas, the southernmost point of the nearly 800-mile long Baja California peninsula.
Known as "The Marlin Capital of the World," Cabo San Lucas is a mecca for serious and wanna-be spearfishermen and women–better known as "spearos"–who can stalk an enormous variety of small and big-game species while also enjoying luxurious accommodations, pampering spas, superb shopping and dining, and riotous nightlife at landmark local clubs like El Squid Roe and Cabo Wabo. Cabo San Lucas is also a popular jumping off point for spearfishing excursions to magnificent nearby hunting grounds off San José del Cabo, Todos Santos, La Paz and Puerto San Carlos. peninsula.
Nicholas Yvan “Niko” Bolduc
Raised in Québec, Canada. Graduated from hotel management at CÉGEP, moved to Cabo San Lucas to realize his dream job as a free diving spearo.
Graduate of International Commerce and original from the coast of Jalisco, he is an avid spearfisherman and freediver
A local from Cabo, he has been spearfishing in the area for many years.
Original from La Conquista, he has a back ground in commercial and sport fishing for many years all around the Baja.