Pisces Sportfishing and Luxury Yachts.
Mother company to Capitan Tony’s, started off as a family-owned business out of the City of La Paz, Baja, Mexico in 1978 with a single 28 ft boat. A couple of years later moved to Cabo to take advantage of the year-round fishing and emerging tourism market.
Since then we have grown to be one of the largest and most respected charter fleets in Mexico as well as being recognized worldwide by fisherman and conservationists alike.
Pisces is committed to the conservation of billfish (marlin, sailfish, etc) We believe that by encouraging catch and release, we allow anglers to experience the thrill of the hunt while allowing them to swim off into the sunset to see another day. Protecting the marlin is important in order to keep our oceans healthy and ensure their survival for future generations. We’re proud of our 98.6% release rate.
If a fisherman feels strongly about keeping their fish, we most certainly help them to do so within legal limits and can even suggest local restaurants where they can prepare their catch.
At Captain Tony’s
We carry on our efforts in conserving and protecting the environment. We only serve responsibly caught seafood and species that are not endangered or reserved exclusively for sportfishing, we only cook the sportfish caught with its corresponding license. We are concerned about plastic in our oceans and now only offer straws upon request, all-natural biodegradable materials.
Captain Tony’s also prepares early morning 5:00 AM box lunch pick-ups for everyone that is going fishing at those standard break of dawn hours. Sending out over 100 meals daily to different companies, all disposable containers have been replaced with reusable Tupperware that’s sterilized. Cutlery is not provided so that there is no waste of plastic cutlery.
The aftermath of Hurricane Odile
Captain Tony’s became a community distribution center for food and clothing donations, firmly establishing themselves as a future center for relief efforts. Free meals were served to any in need. We regularly participate in charity events and donating our time, food, and staff services to support local efforts. Youth bands get an opportunity to host their talents before a public audience at Captain Tonys. And youth sports by sponsoring uniforms for local low-income soccer teams. Even manager Alex Alvarez regularly coaches the local girl’s touch football team.
You Hook It, We Cook It!
Capitan Tony’s started off selling Tacos, Pizzas in a palapa with 2 to 3 plastic tables, and a small kitchen.
30 Years later the wood oven is still burning. Fisherman bring their fish to have it breaded and fried, made tempura style, grilled with a salsa platter on the side, and made into ceviche with a complimentary side of rice and vegetables or beans and rice or with french fries. You Hook It, We Cook It.
Capitan Tony’s Pizza is the house specialty. Scratch-made dough and tomato sauce, cooked perfectly or to a light char (if you’re into that) in the wood oven, topped with anything from shrimp and bacon to vegetarian, Steak, and Jalapeños to BBQ Chicken to Cream cheese, Ricotta, and Parm.
Early risers, breakfast is ready at 5:00 AM, or sleep in and come in and have breakfast as late as 3:00 PM. Dinner dates get live music three nights a week: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Courtesy of “Pura Vida”, playing the rock Classics of Carlos Santana, The Doors, The Beatles, some country, some Bruno Mars, an all-out good time.
“This was one of the most exceptional dining experiences I’ve had in a very long time. We were greeted by a manager, they have mats on the floor to disinfect your shoes and, temperature checks upon entrance, everyone is wearing their mask. There’s a handwashing station, you’re required to wear masks until you arrive at your table. They have big menu boards on an easel to reduce contact with the food and drinks, We ordered cocktails and then guacamole. Margaritas were excellent as was the table side guacamole. I had tuna tostadas and they were delicious. My wife had coconut shrimp and once again they were simply the best.”