Less Boats Out, but Fishing still consistent

Discussion in 'Central America Fishing Reports' started by The One. The Only., Jul 25, 2019.

  1. The One. The Only.

    The One. The Only. Newbie

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    Casa Vieja Lodge, Guatemala
    Name:
    Kristen Salazar
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    Poco Loco.AFinIty.Finest Kind.Rum Line.Makaira.Release.Spindrift.Intensity.El Cadejo.Pez Raton
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    Its been sub-tropical temperatures in July and an ocean breeze has kept it bearable. The calm seas and the variety of fish we all dream about has kept anglers busy! Although it takes a bit longer to find the fish because the entire fleet isn't out daily, when we do find the fish, it's on! Our anglers have had had their choice at sailfish, blue marlin, tuna, mahi-mahi, and rooster fish! If you don't believe it, see for yourself.

    Total numbers from July to date:

    Sailfish: 269 raises, 215 bites, 137 releases

    Blue Marlin: 17 raises, 13 bites, 6 releases

    Mahi-Mahi: 72

    Tuna: 31

    Rooster fish: 8

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  2. michelle

    michelle - Admin

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    michelle
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    I wish I was there right now!
     
  3. pascuale

    pascuale Well-Known "Member"

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    Tampa/San Diego
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    Ethan
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    nope
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    Awesome report, thank you!
     

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