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Panama Fishing Reports


2009-02-15
9:01 PM

96 Sails Raised In 3 Days At Hooked On Panama Fishing Resort - Hooked On Panama had aterrific week with dennis and kate raffin and there other 2 guest.they raised 96 sails with a 30% hook up with dorado,tuna,and a few marlin hookups also.fishing continues to be great with some braid lures catching 40 to 100lb tu more...
Capt. John Kipp - Puerto Armuelles


2009-01-26
1:52 PM

Sailfish and Dorado are Red Hot in Panama - Hello to all: First a little background. Our new lodge, with it's beach front location sits less than two miles from Blue water, the highway for all pelagic species found here in Panama. In the last two weeks we have had phenomenal catches r more...
Capt. John Kipp - Puerto Armuelles


2008-11-27
9:11 AM

Blue Marlin &Dorado, What Could Be Better !!! - Even with the unsettled weather caused by a strong cold front and some heavy rain (mostly on the Atlantic side), we are having a great start to the prime marlin season here in the southern Pacific. Add to that the almost constant daily action on more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2008-11-11
12:14 PM

Big Yellowfin Bite ! - We had a boat out following the recent honda tropicale or low pressure system that just dumped a LOt of rain over a two day period, and after some morning searching, found a good number of seabirds and the yellowfin ON TOP ! With two surf/spi more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2008-10-23
12:25 PM

Fish are STILL here !! - Still having good luck 10 miles westerly outside Isla Ladrones on small yellowfin to 40 lb., a FEW sails around, while the bulk of the BLACK MARLIN are being taken on rigged football tuna or bonito around Ladrones and off Punta Burica. WAHOO more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2008-09-15
10:18 AM

Wahoo-Tuna-Dorado Bite Wide Open ! - Even though the passing tropical depressions, Hanna, Ike, and family have kept us at home for the most part, when we do have boats out, all anglers are having a great time with very good sized WAHOO, some BIG yellowfin, and enough DORADO bites t more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2008-08-28
11:57 AM

August-Sept. Marlin on NOW ! - Numbers of BLACK MARLIN raised per day seem to be increasing daily. Yesterday was typical Little Summer day. Blue skies, sun, easy breeze. Boats that are out Are targeting schools of bonito and skipjack, waiting for the tuna to appea more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2008-08-08
10:44 AM

BIG Yellowfin Action ! - Virtualy ALL boats making the trip out to Isla Montuosa have been enjoying some great fishing for YELLOWFIN TUNA in the 100-200 lb. class. with a few making the 300 lb. mark. Live bonitos and blue runners remain the best bait overall, but deep j more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2008-06-02
2:07 PM

Huge Yellowfin Tuna Follow H.Alma - After the passing of hurricane ALMA, and all the rain that she dropped on us, the BIG yellowfin Tuna have come alive, feasting on the vast schools of bait that are moving closer to shore every day. A week ago, everything was 'dead', and all t more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2008-03-31
11:11 AM

Wahoo, Yellowfin Action Heating Up - Some very nice wahoo are being taken around the reefs surrounding Isla Ladrones and Islas Secas. We trolled jet-head lures in blue/white and purple/silver, and big rapala's(fire tiger worked really well with purple a close second.) We to more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica

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