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Fishing Reports by Capt. Luis Lagrandier


2013-07-11
8:54 PM

HOT reef fishing in Puerto Rico - Reef fishing this last month has been AWSOME!!! With an average of 40 fish released per trip, we had great action. Snappers, groupers, jacks and mackerels are the order of the day. Tarpon fishing has slowed down, but stayed very consistent. more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-06-15
9:41 AM

Hot Reef fishing in Puerto Rico - Reef fishing is HOT Off Dorado, on our last trip, we released 53 fish. Snappers, groupers, jacks and mackerels were the order of the day Wholesale jigging with yellow bucktail jigs. We've been going out early in the mornings to avoid the windy that p more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-05-30
11:22 PM

Great tarpon fishing in Puerto Rico - During the last two weeks, the tarpon bite was very slow. With two or three bites per trip, we were having a hard time finding fish. Thankfully, this week, we had some rains that stirred the waters causing a more consistent bite. During the last few more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-05-14
9:13 AM

Tarpon action in Puerto Rico - Tarpon action is smoking HOT in Puerto Rico!!! Big rains stirred the lagoons for big fish action. Tarpons in the 25 to 40 pounds, as well as nice size snooks, era all over the place. Also 100+ pounds tarpons were caught during the last few weeks wh more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-04-26
8:23 PM

Red hot tarpon bite in Puerto Rico - In the last few weeks the tarpon bite has been HOT. We are having an average of 8 strikes per four hours trip with tarpons ranging in the 40 to 100+ pounds. We also caught 18 snooks and lost another 23, breaking the lagoon record. Next week we are fi more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-04-11
8:58 AM

Big tarpons and hot reef fishing - Few days of heavy rain activated the Big fish bite. During Easter week we had a lot of rain, with this rain the bite improved a lot. Tarpons of over 100 pounds were caught during the last few weeks. The bite slowed down a little, but big fish are ar more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-03-26
9:33 PM

Tarpon action in Puerto Rico - During the last few weeks the action has slowed down. Three to five strikes has been the average for each trip but always managed to find the fish. Big fish are around, we had four fish a few days ago, with the smallest in the 40 pounds range. Lots o more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-03-09
8:35 AM

Puerto Rico tarpon action - Last week the action was very consistent with an average of 7 bites per trip. Rain came in on Tuesday and the fun began. The big boys were very active. Fish ranging between 60 - 100+ pounds were everywhere feeding on perch. That morning we caught 3 o more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-02-24
8:46 PM

Puerto Rico Tarpon Action - Hi5 everybody, here is our last week report from the sunny Puerto Rico. Last week the action was not so Hot, we were having an average of 5 strikes per trip, landing at least 3 of them. Gusting winds and Cold (73*) water are slowing down the action, more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon


2013-02-15
5:52 PM

Tarpon bite is on fire in Puerto Rico - We are back with more tarpon action from Puerto Rico. After a very busy week filled with lost of action, we finally have time for a report. The bite last week was Hot, with afternoons of 12 strikes and 10 Tarpons landed. The mornings were a little more...
Capt. Luis Lagrandier - San Jose Lagoon

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