A Rare Fish in Cabo is Stolen from Fisherman in Bizarre Tale
The fish was described by the Pisces Sportfishing Fleet blog as having a dorado-shaped head, tuna-type body, wahoo tail (with half of it missing) and a snapper color. Pisces eventually identified the fish as a louvar or Luvaras Imperialis, a species last seen in Cabo waters some 22 years ago.
As related by Capt. Josue Moreno to Pisces, the Marina II headed out for a half day of fishing when the crew and fishing tourists came across a huge fish circling on the top of the water.
Only that's not exactly what happened.
As Pisces Sportfishing Fleet found out on Tuesday, the tale Moreno told was a lie.