Sayulita in July

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  1. cattledog04

    cattledog04 Newbie

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    Going back in July. Last year my sons and I went out on a panga and had a great time. I'm thinking of trying to target some bigger fish this coming July and was wondering if anyone had any info with who to go with in the area or should I just drive the hour to PV and go from there? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. cbadcrew

    cbadcrew Well-Known "Member"

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    More options in PV (more boats more range)
    also more options coming out of NV (Nuevo Vallarta)
    Some guys drive for days then go to the airport then drive for hours,
    drive that hour
     
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    No need to go all the way to PV. The big boats will stop at Punta Mita (just south of Suyalita). they might roll up to Sayulita as well not sure. Just arrange your boat and then get a panga to run you to and from your sportfisher on anchor in bay, easy.

    Also "Lora" runs out of Punta Mita. Awesome Capt runs Panga and a cat, see webpage. Good luck!!

    http://www.fortunasportfishing.com/8qq2545xtrc445q6f2qaun2ckwizvd
     
  4. Paul Dennis

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    Last week of March we had an epic 2 1/2 day trip with the Osuna's (marla's); and then did a really cool panga trip with Danny Gomez (Dhamar Sportfishing), both out of La Cruz. On the the panga trip, my grandson caught 20 toros and we hooked one marlin and one sailfish, all in from of Sayulita and Puta MIta. Both are excellent and local dudes who will find you fish.
     
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    pascuale Well-Known "Member"

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    karlk1125 Well-Known "Member"

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    Lora, Danny Gomez or the Osuna's are the way to go!
     
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    Agree with the above recommendations. Lora will get you on fish!
     
  8. eddiefishtaco

    eddiefishtaco Well-Known "Member"

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    There's no big fish in Puerto Vallarta.
    The airport is there. That's it.
    But from there you have to go north in a boat past sayulita to the maria islands for the big tuna.
    But if you want some fun right there in sayulita get live bait with a net, practice or learn to toss it, and use the bait fish in the bubbling hole spot, the sayulita locals know where to go, big roosters and Jacks are there, or go a couple of miles south and fish the rock, "la corbetaña" catch a skipjack and slow troll it, you may catch a "schoolie" yellofin tuna, they were pushing 90# , the bigger ones are loners but they visit the rock too.Have fun
     
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  9. Jim Todd

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    In 2009 I booked a couple trips right out of Sayulita with a local pangero. The first trip we caught huge rooster fish and the second trip we caught a bunch of Cabrilla. I think that is what they were called. It was February though. It was a great time.
     
  10. Scotto

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    Eat at Don Pedros, on the beach in Sayulita. Epic wood fired shrimp and bacon pizza, pinas on the sand etc.
     
  11. TonyC

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    If you want to fish a panga...suyalita locals or punta de mita. The PV boats head north anyways. In punta de mita the coop can set you up with a boat, and capt. I fished punta de mita last march.
     
  12. King of the Rogue

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    Cesar Plascencia Carrillo (On FB) is the man in Sayulita. I’ve fished with him and lots of my friends have too over the years.
     

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