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Panama Fishing Reports


2009-09-29
3:04 PM

Popping for Yellow Fins---Pure Adrenalin !!!! - Had two charters targeting big yellow fin tuna out around Isla Montuosa and the Hannibal Bank last week. We never even MADE it to the Bank ! Porpoise , and tuna below, were centered off Montuosa, with so many bonito around, why would they move more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-09-14
12:45 PM

Yellowfin Bite Still Awesome!! - What could possibly be better than yellowfin tuna in excess of 100 pounds hitting SURFACE POPPERS and at times coming full out of the blue Pacific to nail them!!! This is what´s happening now, and has been going on almost non-stop , for the more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-08-30
9:36 AM

Marlin/Tuna Offshore--Inshore HOT !! - Last two days have been wet, with a low pressure passing by. Last Thursday, we did a ¨Modified Offshore Trip¨, whereby we swing out about 7-8 miles in an arc that takes us from Mata Palo to La Chancha, or if we go the other way, Pavones to Piedra more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-08-19
10:42 AM

BIG Tuna--And BIGGER Marlin !!! - Isla Montuosa and the Hannibal Bank are loaded with very big yellowfin tuna at this writing. Black Marlin are also in very good numbers at both locations, along with Isla Ladrones area, and in the ¨trench¨that runs all the way into Puerto Armue more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-08-09
11:51 AM

WAHOO BLITZ !! - WAHOO are dominating the fishing scene , anywhere from Isla Ladrones to Isla Coiba. We had our best luck last week in two places. Between Islas Paridas and Montuosa, and off the west coast of Islas Secas. Hoo´s up to 85 lbs., with the more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-07-29
11:22 AM

Marlin-Tuna Bite Continues ! - Two anglers took 6 very nice yellowfin tuna , midway between Isla Ladrones and Isla Montuosa. We threw Yo-Zuri poppers for the first hookup, a double, and then tried butterfly jigs for something bigger. The first 2 over the side were 40 and 65 more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-07-07
10:40 AM

Panama Offshore-1st Week July - All areas continue to fish very well. Inshore, offshore both excellent. OFFSHORE: Tuna, marlin, and a few sails at Isla Montuosa. Lots of bait. Popping and deep butterfly jigging taking many very hefty yellowfin. Wahoo around the island more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-07-05
10:08 AM

4th July Marlin !! - Had a charter for one person yesterday, THE 4th. The guy, Dave Sutterland, called and asked if there was anybody who might want to split a charter. We don´t have a whole lot of people waiting around the docks looking for fishing buddies, sa more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-06-24
1:45 PM

Looking for MARLIN--HUGE Cubera Snapper Instead!! - We had a chance to try Isla Ladrones the other day. Was planning a trip to Montuosa, but weather that way looked ¨iffy¨. Began with feather rigs for bonitos. Had a triple right off the bat. Rigged two, had them on the riggers in no t more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-06-13
3:28 PM

Marlin-Tuna-Inshore ALL HOT ! - We had very good SAILFISHING off Punta Burica last week. While sails are a bit sparse in places at this time of the year, we just hit it lucky, and were rewarded with 5 releases out of 9 hook-ups. Using large Yo-ZURI ¨Surface Cruiser¨poppers(bl/pi more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica

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