In the case that you happen to land the Marlin of a lifetime, the technology exists to measure the fish head to tail, photograph it, and then have a master taxidermist in Cabo or in the U.S. recreate it. After that, we can release the fish back into the wild.
Let’s do our part in keeping this magnificent apex predator in the ocean for future generations.
Dorado is one of the most visually spectacular sportfish in the ocean. They are also one of the most delicious. With their phenomenal strength and spectacular aerial displays, sometimes jumping five or more feet high, the fish often make for a thrilling catch.
Although it may be tempting to keep the Dorado you have landed, if it is too small we will set it free.
It is the policy of the Maria Teresa is to release all Dorado under 32 inches.
Members of the remarkably powerful Jack family, Roosterfish are a favorite catch amongst both surf-fishermen and near-shore boaters. Pound for pound, they put up one of the toughest fights in the ocean.
As with much of the fish in the Jack family, they are not noted to be particularly tasty. This is one reason why it is best to set free all Roosterfish once caught.
It is the policy of the Maria Teresa to release all Roosterfish.