Short Report: Fished with a group of friends out of Villa Marina on Playa Venao. LAX rod tube 79" no problem, no charge. My carry on included a Okuma Nomad Travel rod case and brief case no problem. PTY return same on rod tube and was questioned with Okuma case but got through. One in group was being charged $180 for frozen fish, maybe 15-20 lbs. He left it in trash, not a good return for him. Day after arrival 8 of our group fished Lake Arenosa on 2 pontoon boats owned and rented from Dennis Melton. He arranged our guides, tackle and minnows for the day. Sort of an eco/fish tour for small Peacock bass. You step off the pontoon and get your catch prepared for a really good fish fry at the open air restraunt on the lake. Great day trip to enjoy the local scenery and hospitality. Fishing: Day 1 directly to Frailles rocks for a steady bite of 12-25# YFT all on troll natural cedar plugs and then inside for a few sierra on small rapalas wired up. Swell was up, no roosters found Day 2 Ran what I would call south but not sure all boats in group did well with some sails, marlin, dorado to 40 and YFT to 45#. Day 3 Started run to same area from day before but hit a weather front that delayed us so we trolled inshore for a few Sierra, weather cleared continued run down in snotty conditions and hit an area of ripping current that lasted for about a mile, got through it and began troll. Our boat 3 small Dorado, others did better Day 4 Back out to Frailles and targeted Wahoo, no Hoo but again a steady bite of YFT on a white with red cedar plug, jigged up a few pargo and jacks in same are. A few of the other boats scored well on a few nice Dorado. In summary, you get what you pay for. I have fished Pesca Panama and enjoyed the comforts of the skiffs, panga fishing can be tough. Villa Marina was adequate and the staff was superior. Travel, fishing and partying with friends, priceless!