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Boca Chica Fishing Reports


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


2009-05-26
10:27 AM

Hot Yellowfin Bite !! - Right now we´re doing maintenence at the lodge up in Costa Rica, but when last we fished outside the reefs of PUNTA BURICA, we were covered up with yellowfin tuna. Majority were in the 10-25 lb. class, although we did have one zinger on , usi more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-05-11
2:18 PM

Inshore-Bottom HOT !! - We had some great action in the estuary heading down to Boca Brava this past week. After cast-netting a baitwell full of sardina´s, we anchored up in different spots, depending on the tides force, and were rewarded with some very nice catches more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-05-03
1:00 PM

Dorado Slam ! - The first few days of May have seen the billfish action slow a bit, the tuna have moved farther offshore (40 miles) but the DORADO, for whatever reason, have jumped it up considerably out around the 15-20 mile slot. A trick I learned, (self more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-04-19
3:49 PM

Marlin, Sails, Dorado, Tuna ALL Red HOT !! - Due to a lack of anglers this past 4 months, we are now faced with the problem of having TOO MANY FISH out here! Blue marlin, some very good ones hovering around 8-900 lbs. have been taken recently. Average size has been 350 -450lbs. Capt. more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-02-20
12:25 PM

Wide Open Billfish Bite!! AND ..TUNA! - There is no better place to be than offshore Panama right now. Unless you are offshore Golfito, Costa Rica. Our boats are doing VERY well in both locales. Sailfish are the hottest ticket to the show. It's time too get here ASAP with your fly ge more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


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

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